Jersey Railways and Tramways Limited, registered 1896, dissolved 1937

Reference: D/L/01/A/5

Date: 1921 - 1937

Photograph of the wooden barge across the English Harbour with part of the German Railway to Gorey

Reference: D/Q/S27/7

Date: May 15th 1945 - May 15th 1945

Travel Permits completed by people leaving Jersey for Guernsey and Weymouth on the 2nd July 1917

Reference: D/S/M2/199

Date: July 2nd 1917 - July 2nd 1917

Travel Permits completed by people leaving Jersey on the SS Ibex on the 17th of June 1919

Reference: D/S/M2/253

Date: June 17th 1919 - June 17th 1919

Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey on the SS Alberta from Southampton on the 17th of June 1919

Reference: D/S/M3/177B

Date: June 17th 1919 - June 17th 1919

Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey on the SS Ibex on the 17th of September 1916

Reference: D/S/M3/67

Date: September 17th 1916 - September 17th 1916

The Railway Buildings of Jersey, a brief history of the structure included in the Register of Buildings and Sites of Architectural, Archaeological and Historical Importance in Jersey, published by the Planning and Environment Committee.

Reference: D/W/M3/A/2

Date: 2001-06 - 2001-06

Report to the Jersey Building Heritage Sub-Committee on Railway Structures, includes; a brief history of the railway in Jersey, schedules of all significant structures on the Jersey Railways, a map showing the routes of the railways and associated buildings and structures, pictures of structures no longer present, picutres and annotations of surviving structures and photographs of present day structures.

Reference: D/W/M3/B/4

Date: July 20th 1998 - July 20th 1998

Testament of George William Henry son of George William of St Helier, now of Le Hocq Railway Station, St Clement. Dated 24/11/1920

Reference: D/Y/A/105/11

Date: June 16th 1939 - June 16th 1939

Testament of Ann Pipon of St Brelade, now of St Helier. Dated 2/2/1859. Bequeaths to the poor of St Brelade, £10, to the Dorcas Society, £5, and to Henry James Schooles and Louisa Purdon, 4 half shares in the Midland Great Western Railway Company. Codicil Added: n/d

Reference: D/Y/A/31/75

Date: April 2nd 1863 - April 2nd 1863

Testament of William Stephen Harker of St Helier, esquire. Dated 26/12/1872. Bequeaths to a number of named parties upon trust all railway stocks and shares. Codicil added 05/02/1874.

Reference: D/Y/A/37/104

Date: July 31st 1874 - July 31st 1874

Testament of Alison Charles Carmichael of 44, Val Plaisant, St Helier. Dated: 25/11/1880. Desires to be buried in St Saviour's Churchyard. Bequeaths to Alison Johanna Carmichael £1,560 stocks of the South Indian Railway Company, £1,400 of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway Company stock.

Reference: D/Y/A/44/108

Date: March 10th 1885 - March 10th 1885

Will and Testament of Elizabeth Watts, 69, New St John's Road, St Helier. Dated 02/08/1893. Bequeaths Jersey Eastern Railway shares after the death of two named parties to Mary Pinel.

Reference: D/Y/A/54/43

Date: April 11th 1895 - April 11th 1895

Will and Testament of John William Warner, of 26, Cleveland Road, Havre des Pas, St Helier, retired railway official. Dated 13/12/1947. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/23/4

Date: February 4th 1954 - February 4th 1954

Will and Testament of William Aubin Baudains, of Gorey Village, platelayer in the employ of the Jersey Eastern Railway Company. Dated 01/05/1911. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/69/41

Date: June 4th 1962 - June 4th 1962

Volume of transactions de sa Majeste, (transactions of crown lands). Also includes cession of Jersey Eastern Railway, plans of Gorey station and removal of No. 8 Tower.

Reference: D/Z/G/B/119

Date: 1704 - 1880

Copy of a Bail et Vente between William Henry Venables Vernon Esquire Procureur General of the Queen and Edouard Mourant Esquire Procureur General of the revenues of the Queen of the first party and Francis Hawksford Gentleman attorney of Francis William Lowther and Herbert Ulston Whitaker Esquire of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of; 1) Land forming part of the Prévôté of the Fief de sa Majeste [Fief du Roi], St Brelade bordered on the north and south by the Commune de la Moie [La Moye Common], to the east by land which belongs to 2 under the name of 'The St Aubins and La Moie Railway and Granite Quarries Company' and to the west La Rocque aux Vies belonging to the same company. 2) Land in the Petit Marais de la Moie bordered on the South by the Road that leads to La Pulente. 3) Land on the other side of the road that serves the Railway Station. 4) Land in the Grand Marais de la Moie. All the above land is situated in on the Commune de la Moie, St Brelades in the Fief du Roi. - for the sum of £200 sterling. Registered: Book 313 folio 71

Reference: D/Z/G/B/37

Date: January 13th 1894 - January 13th 1894

File of the Attorney General - Henry Edward Le Vavasseur dit Durell Esquire's Correspondence. Contains: Communications mainly with Government House concerning comments on draft bills, probate and acts, details of criminal cases, notes on laws relating to the trade, and provision of goods in Jersey, employment of aliens and alien registration, Defence of the Realm regulations, censorship, Post Office regulations, list of farmers who have sons helping on their farm in St Peter, lighting restrictions, recruitment and the Militia, rent from the Royal Jersey Artillery for Westmount Hospital, reimbursement to the London and South Western Railway Company for passage for six French Soldiers.

Reference: D/Z/H2/7

Date: January 13th 1917 - July 2nd 1917

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