Photograph of Mont Orgeuil

Reference: 111M87/1 p33

Date: 1895 - 1895

Accounts for works at Mont Orgueil under Hugh Poulet, 1549 - 1563

Reference: 141/87

Date: 1563

Bill for materials for ordinance and works at Mont Orgueil under Hugh Poulet

Reference: 154/53

Date: 1564

Account of garrison wages, provisions in store and expenses at Mont Orgueil under Hugh Poulet

Reference: 154/67-68

Date: 1564

Inventory of ordinance at Mont Orgueil delivered by Henry Cornish to Hugh Poulet

Reference: 207/5

Date: 1549

Account of munitions and ordinance required for Mont Orgueil

Reference: 21/24

Date: 1592

Account of munitions and ordinance required for Mont Orgueil

Reference: 21/65

Date: 1592

Account of works at Mont Orgueil delivered under Hugh Poulet

Reference: 3/19

Date: 1563

Account book, includes; accounts for coal licences, accounts for ship passes, general accounts of dues to the Governor, accounts for dues for Mediterranean papers, accounts for certificates, accounts for certificates of the registry of vessels, accounts of poultry dues, rent for the King's Meadows in St Saviour and St Clement. rent for the King's Warren at Mont Orgueil, accounts of licences for vessels to trade with France, 1809 - 1813, accounts for import certificates

Reference: A/B/1

Date: 1806 - 1826

Draft letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to an unknown person refers to a letter of 4 Aug 1888 re. Mont Orgueil - not dated

Reference: A/C2/27/16

Date: 1888 - 1888

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] requesting a sitting of the States on 15 September to discuss tobacco legislation, Militia Law amendments and Mont Orgueil

Reference: A/C2/41/43

Date: September 9th 1905 - September 9th 1905

Copy letter from H Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Under Secretary of State, Home Office re. the transfer of Mont Orgueil Castle

Reference: A/C2/42/4

Date: January 13th 1906 - January 13th 1906

Letter from H Ringwood Deputy Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] asking if there would be any objection to the provision of light refreshments being given to the non-commissioned officers and men of the Militia taking part in the celebrations for the Kings [Edward VII] birthday and handing over of Mont Orgueil Castle

Reference: A/C2/43/49

Date: June 15th 1907 - June 15th 1907

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] informing him the Defence Committee had agreed refreshments could be provided to the Militia at the States expense during the celebrations for the King's [Edward VII] birthday and handing over of Mont Orgueil Castle

Reference: A/C2/43/51

Date: June 22nd 1907 - June 22nd 1907

Letter from Edward Voisin & Son, Solicitors to Capt. L J R Conolly Adjutant regarding injuries sustained by a horse hired by Sergeant John Wesley Baudains from his uncle Mr John Mallet of Rockvale, St Lawrence during the ceremony of the handing over Mont Orgueil Castle, warning of a compensation claim by Mr Mallet

Reference: A/C2/43/62

Date: July 29th 1907 - July 29th 1907

Letter from Edward Voisin & Son, Solicitors to Capt. L J R Conolly, Adjutant providing figures for the compensation claim for Mr [John] Mallet due to injury sustained by his horse at Mont Orgueil see A/C2/43/62

Reference: A/C2/43/82

Date: September 14th 1907 - September 14th 1907

Proceedings at the Court of Enquiry at Don Bridge Camp on 7 August 1907 for the purpose of reporting the circumstances in which Mr J[ohn] E Mallet's horse was injured at Mont Orgueil evidence given by J W Baudains

Reference: A/C2/43/84

Date: September 19th 1907 - September 19th 1907

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] informing him of the decision of the Defence Committee regarding the claim for compensation from John Mallet due to injuries caused to his horse at Mont Orgueil, the Committee did not admit liability

Reference: A/C2/43/99

Date: October 12th 1907 - October 12th 1907

Memorandum from Colonel R F Lindsell to the D A A G re. a broken halyard on the flag pole at Mont Orgueil Castle

Reference: A/C2/45/11

Date: March 12th 1909 - March 12th 1909

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