Papers relating to grain supplies

Reference: B/A/W31/2/121

Date: July 4th 1944 - November 23rd 1944

Protests against the requisition of potatoes and grain and supplies of the same for the civilian population. See also B/A/W40/5/5

Reference: B/A/W31/2/159

Date: January 12th 1945 - April 12th 1945

Reports of agricultural work to be carried out and farm yields of grain

Reference: B/A/W31/2/99

Date: August 17th 1943 - October 9th 1943

Requirements for wheat, flour and animal feeding-stuffs, eg. bran, grain, barley, oats etc.

Reference: B/A/W32/2/2

Date: 1940 - 1940

- Memorandum of food Requirements, Aug 1940 - Monthly returns of Imports, Consumption and Stocks of Principal , May 1945 Commodities, Dec 1940 - May 1945, inc. correspondence - Flour and Cereals return, Dec 1943 - Dec 1944 - Saccharin for the Hospitals. See also B/A/W63/21

Reference: B/A/W32/2/3

Date: August 1st 1940 - November 30th 1944

Grain requirements for milling

Reference: B/A/W32/2/34

Date: January 1st 1942 - January 10th 1942

Delivery of flour and grain for 1944

Reference: B/A/W32/2/47

Date: January 18th 1944 - January 25th 1944

Requisition of the potatoes in the stores of; C S Bailhache, 19, Commercial Street, C W S, 27, Esplanade, W Nicholls and Son, 28, Commercial Buildings, P J De Gruchy, Old Ordnance Yard, Spearman, 18, Esplanade. Supplies of potatoes for the civil population

Reference: B/A/W40/5/5

Date: December 4th 1944 - April 12th 1945

Prosecution of William John Poingdestre, Claremont, Halfway Hill, Grouville for storage of grain

Reference: B/A/W50/42

Date: January 14th 1942 - January 30th 1942

States minutes Includes stuck to flyleaf: Memorandum of the Constable of St John concerning the building of a store or magazine as ordered by the States, 13 July 1758, and a list of five persons agreeing to import grain for the use of forces on the island, 11 May 1757

Reference: C/A1/5

Date: September 9th 1745 - May 16th 1758

Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: an arsenal for St Helier Battalion; the library; registration; buoy near Chausseys; importation of French cattle from Guernsey; the census; export of grain; oyster fishing; heating in the Royal Court; punishment of crime; resignation of Jurat Philip de Carteret; protestant dissenters; distilleries and the trade in spirits; distressed seamen from the wreck 'Medusa'; dock dues; dredging; gas lighting in St Helier; extente of 1331; book entitled 'The Fortress'; gunpowder; improvements to St Helier harbour; exports from Mont Orgueil harbour; Jurat Le Couteur; maintenance of Kempt and Lewis Towers at St Ouen; sending lunatics to England or France and lunatics in the General Hospital; magazines; mails between England and the Channel Islands; marriage of Queen Victoria; sale of land from Jean and Thomas Perchard for Beresford Street market; painting of the laying of the foundation stone at St Helier harbour by G S Reynolds; petition against French imports; petition from the inhabitants of Gorey concerning fishing; better regulation of the prison; quakers and moravians; hoisting the yellow flag of quarantine; the Savings Bank and foreign vessels

Reference: C/A5/3

Date: March 13th 1837 - November 15th 1847

Various committees minute book. Committees include improvements to the Royal Court; law on hawkers; exports of grain; Merchant Seamen's Benefit Society; criminal procedures; regulation of the militia; Roman Catholic petition; Bonne Nuit harbour and road; import duties; lotteries; fishing; rating law; the prison; water supply in St Helier; the petition of Jean Le Couteur; road at Mont Cochon; Trinity road; Justice of the Peace; lighting in St Helier; Mont Orgueil harbour works; oyster fishing; naturalisations; devaloir at Dicq; road next to Gorey Common; road from Pont Marquet to La Haule; repairs at St Anastase School; roads in St Mary; heating of States Chamber; road from St Helier to St John; inquests; purchase of the Fief de Meleches; law on innkeepers; privileges of the Island; royal visit; la Rue aux Ronces; revision of laws; sanitary committee; law on succession; St Lawrence Marsh; orders in Council; salaried police; distilleries; representatives in the States; road from St John to Mont a l'Abbé; Hanois lighthouse; establishment of an industrial school; Fellowships at Oxford; abolition of dimes; parochial school at Grouville; epidemics; establishment of a lunatic asylum; writ of Habeas Corpus; commutation of seigneurial rights and others

Reference: C/D/AD1/1

Date: January 14th 1835 - May 4th 1859

Department of Agriculture proposed order 'Harvesting of Grain Crops (Fire Precautions) (Jersey) Order, 1941'

Reference: D/AP/T/1

Date: 1941 - 1941

Grand Livre A includes; index of names of merchants, and named merchant's accounts mainly relating to flour, spices and other grains

Reference: D/H/B17/3

Date: December 26th 1850 - December 31st 1854

File concerning the appeal case of Ernest Leon Le Plongeon, heard before the Military Service Act (Jersey) 1917 Central Tribunal, held at the Cour Royale on the 23rd May 1918. Includes completed Application as to Exemption and Notice of Appeal forms, and court report, regarding case numbers 1902 and 1903 of the Southern District Tribunal. The Exemptions and Appeal were applied for by Mr William George Clark, Ernest's employer. The Appeal was dismissed. The file also contains an Application to Exemption form and Court report concerning William George Forder, who was granted a temporary and conditional Exemption until 31st August 1918

Reference: D/Y/R2/14/10

Date: 1918-04 - May 23rd 1918

Volume containing Grain Tithes, includes; names of person paying tithes by parish and vingtaine and amount paid also includes address of person paying tithes.

Reference: D/Z/G/D/2

Date: 1941 - 1957

Extract from the States of Jersey regarding the transportation of bread and grain

Reference: F/M/R1/6

Date: November 24th 1769 - November 24th 1769

Book of apple and grain tithes arranged by Vingtaine

Reference: G/C/06/F/6

Date: 1807 - 1839

Image of Mr M F Auffray, a grain exporter from Lamball, Cotes du Nord, and his employees as they arrived at the Airport on a day trip from Dinard. Mr Auffray can be seen at the foot of the aircraft's steps. Negative number 386 of Tourism Subject Box number 9 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The negative was scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as a high quality jpg file. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.

Reference: L/A/75/A1/TOU/9/386

Date: May 28th 1963 - May 28th 1963

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