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Date: 1950 - 1951
View of Noirmont Point from Portelet showing the Second World War German naval tower MP2 on the headland. Undated, c. 1950-1951.
Date: 1950 - 1951
Album of photographs taken during Kenneth and Kathleen Le Sueur's journey home from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Jersey, December 1948 to 1949. Includes: views of landmarks including Christ the Redeemer taken on departure from Rio; photographs taken aboard the Blue Star Line ship SS Argentina Star, including portraits of passengers in fancy dress and crew onboard; views and photographs taken during stopovers in locations including Tenerife; photographs of Kenneth and Kathleen having a picnic with members of the de Carteret family at St Brelade; and views of places in Jersey including La Crête Fort, Corbière Lighthouse, Noirmont and Barge Aground. Also includes papers relating to the SS Argentina Star, an information leaflet about Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and a ticket for the 29th International Horse Show at White City Stadium on 20 August 1948.
Date: August 11th 1948 - 1949
Letter titled Tour of Island fortifications by Railway Officers by Captain H G Le Brocq, Staff Captain "Q", Garrison Headquarters. Relates to arrangements for a tour of island fortifications by a party of railway officials on 10 October 1945. Includes a programme for the tour enclosed as Appendix A.
Date: October 9th 1945 - October 9th 1945
Research notes by Robin Cox includes; booklet with postcards of Corbiere Lighthouse, Plemont, Bouley Bay, Ann Port, Noirmont, Rozel, Waterworks Valley, Esplanade and Gorey. File with postcards of 'Island of Jersey' boat, St Helier Harbour, Elizabeth Castle, St Helier in 1893 and 1894 and photographs of St Helier Harbour. Also includes place mat showing St Helier 1894, Ceramic tile with picture of Albert Pier, booklets 'Port de St Helier 1889 and 1999', photocopy of 'Calendar of Treasury Books 1672-1675' prepared by William A Shaw, copy of 'Calendar of State papers, domestic series' for 1670 and 1675, copy of a pamphlet made by The Protestant Alliance called 'England and Papal Claims, facts you should know', copy of 'The Complaint of the inhabitants of the Island of Jersey, of the Oppressions and Violences committed by the Officers and Soldiers of the Garrison there', map of Jersey Harbour, copy of Jersey Yachting Guide, publication from Maritime Jersey, pages from 'Heritage' an article called 'Maritime memories', articles from Jersey Now Magazine about Harbours in Jersey, copy of the Waterfront Enterprise Board News spring 1998, newspaper articles about the German Wall at St Ouen, newsletter called 'News from Jersey Harbours' dated June 1997 and January 1999, newspaper article about the port St Vaast La Hougue,
Date: 1670 - 1999
Research notes by Robin Cox relating to the Parish of St Brelade includes; postcards of St Brelade's Church and Churchyard, St Aubin, St Aubin's Bay, St Brelade's Bay, Portelet and the Jersey Holiday Camp, Corbière, Ouaisné, Beauport, La Tour Hotel, Belcroute, St Ouen's Bay, Beaumont, Tabor Chapel and the Sea Crest; a print looking towards St Aubin; booklets relating to St Brelade including 'St Aubin: Ideas for the Seafront', Mont de la Rocque Hotel brochure, Old Court House brochure, St Brelade's Fete programme, 1969 and 1970, Chateau Valeuse Hotel brochure, Hire Cars (St Aubin) Limited advert, European Surfboard Championships programme, 1969, St Brelade's Bay Hotel brochure, Highlands Hotel advert, a booklet about Ron Hickman's home, Villa Devereux, 'A Walking History of St Aubin' by Janet Wilkin, booklets relating to St Brelade's Church, an advert of St Brelade's Camping Park and a booklet entitled 'St Aubin: In The Island of Jersey', produced by the Hoteliers and Traders of St Aubin; file relating to St Brelade including re the Renoufs of La Pulente, news cuttings relating to development at Les Ormes Valley, notes on La Croute and Noirmont Court Rolls
Research notes By Robin Co, railway diaries for the years 1870, 1871, 1872 and 1874; includes; photocopies of original documents, photocopy of proposed harbour at Noirmont plan and report dated 1865, photocopied map of plan of proposed Jersey Eastern Railway dated 1871, photocopies of newspapers, copy of 'loi sur les chemins' dated 25th July 1874
Date: 1865 - 1874
Date: 1941 - 1948
Book commemorating the visit to Jersey of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on 25 July 1957.
Date: July 25th 1957 - July 25th 1957
Date: April 16th 1931 - April 16th 1931
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 5, Page 45. Includes: newscuttings of articles published in the Evening Post; a postcard from Harold Poole, internee number 1503, Ilag VIII Z [Kreuzburg Internment Camp] to Mrs Helene Sinnatt of 40 La Motte Street; and a photograph of work being carried out on the construction of a German coastal gun emplacement near Noirmont.
Date: June 27th 1943 - September 7th 1943
Date: August 8th 1944 - August 8th 1944
Date: April 18th 1945 - April 18th 1945
Partage des Héritages between Jean de Carteret son of Jean principal heir of Marie de Carteret with Thomas Pipon procureur of Anne de Carteret, only daughter of Philippe, and Richard de Carteret. Records the partition of the inheritance of Marie de Carteret. Jean receives; a house and land [unidentified], 4 champs behind the grange or house of Noirmont, a champ to the west and the east of the road, Champ du Boulé, Champ de Toussaint or des Navières, 2 Champs de la Fosse au Veau, La Grande Lande, Vallette du Val Varin, Côtil du Boulevard et Banque and rentes. Thomas receives on behalf of Anne; Maison du Porcq and surrounding land and rentes. Richard receives; Maison de la Clôture on Noirmont, champs, a garden at Ficquet, and rentes. Registered Book 58 folio 181
Date: April 27th 1776 - April 27th 1776
Booklet issued by the Channel Islands Occupation Society relating to the Noirmont Command Bunker built during the Occupation
Date: 1940 - 1945
Photograph Album containing; images of Mont Orgueil Castle, Petit Portelet, the possible site of Clement Richardson's yard in Fliquet Bay, the site of Le Huquet's yard at St Catherine, the commemoration of Allix's shipyard at Havre des Pas, the ropewalk at lower Green Street, figureheads, medal awarded to Captain John Le Cornu, various tombstones of shipping captains, the Westward, Corbiere, Noirmont, St Aubin's Harbour and Ronez Quarries
Millitary papers of James Pipon, Seigneur of Noirmont, Commissary-General to HM Forces. James Pipon was born in 1770, the son of James Pipon, Seigneur of Noirmont and Elizabeth Le Gros his wife. He obtained his first post in the Commissariat in 1797 and spent a year at Guildford. He was then sent to Tenterden in Kent to write reports on the local area. In 1800 he was posted for overseas duty with General Abercromby's expidition to Egypt. He then worked in Malta organising supplies for the capture of Minorca. On his return to England in 1803 he went back to Kent and was stationed at Tunbridge, Rochester and finally Canterbury. He was then based in the Severn District at Bristol in 1804. In 1805 he married Elizabeth Dobbyn Hodges and was promoted to Deputy Commissary-General for a campaign to North Germany commanded by General George Don. In 1808 Pipon went to Portugal with Wellington's expedition. He worked in Lisbon until 1819 when he became Seigneur of Noirmont on his father's death and returned to Jersey in April 1820. This section has been arranged by each campaign the Pipon went on. To see the papers of the Seigneurs of Noirmont including those of James Pipon after his return to Jersey in 1819 please see section L/C/67/C.
Pipon Family of Noirmont. This section focuses on Philip Pipon, son of Elie Pipon, who brought Noirmont. Philip was a merchant in London before his father's death in March 1696. Philip was also Queen's Receiver. The section also includes papers of Philip's descendants - his son James and grandson James [whose military papers are the subject of section A of this catalogue] who became the Seigneur of Noirmont in 1819.