Post Office Telegrams from the Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] request for information re. numbers of militia who have been fined for breach of the militia law

Reference: A/C2/26/15

Date: April 22nd 1887 - April 22nd 1887

Post Office Telegraph from the Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him that the Coronation was postponed indefinitely due to the illness of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/5

Date: June 24th 1902 - June 24th 1902

Post Office Telegraph from the Home Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] information regarding the condition of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/7

Date: June 25th 1902 - June 25th 1902

Copy letter from the Deputy Governor to the Under Secretary of State acknowledging the receipt of the letter and telegram of the 24 June regarding the health of the King see A/C2/38/5-6

Reference: A/C2/38/8

Date: June 25th 1902 - June 25th 1902

Post Office Telegraph from the War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] disclaiming the report that a Battalion is only being sent to Jersey as inducement to the States to pass the Militia Law amendments

Reference: A/C2/41/45

Date: September 14th 1905 - September 14th 1905

Telegram from Commander 3rd Regiment to the D A A G suggestion of a date for encampment

Reference: A/C2/44/46

Date: July 6th 1908 - July 6th 1908

Correspondence relating to the cost of the Lieutenant Governor's telegrams

Reference: A/D1/L4/4

Date: September 4th 1890 - March 18th 1922

Liberation Day 1946: Letters and telegrams of congratulations

Reference: B/A/L41/1/5

Date: May 7th 1946 - May 15th 1946

Home Office Telegrams

Reference: D/S/F5

File of telegrams to the Home Office concerning the movement of civilians to and from Jersey after the end of the German Occupation

Reference: D/S/F5/1

Date: July 14th 1945 - August 22nd 1945

File of telegrams to the Home Office concerning the movement of civilians to and from Jersey after the end of the German Occupation

Reference: D/S/F5/2

Date: July 17th 1945 - August 22nd 1945

File of telegrams to the Home Office concerning the movement of civilians to and from Jersey after the end of the German Occupation

Reference: D/S/F5/3

Date: September 19th 1945 - October 25th 1945

File of telegrams to the Home Office concerning the movement of civilians to and from Jersey after the end of the German Occupation

Reference: D/S/F5/4

Date: October 23rd 1945 - March 29th 1946

1936 diary used to record Red Cross messages send and replies received

Reference: F/E/J13/1

Date: February 22nd 1941 - June 24th 1945

Telegram message from J C Pye for the occasion of the Wesley-Grove Chapel opening.

Reference: J/C/AN/R/4

Date: May 9th 1956 - May 9th 1956

Telegram message from George and Mabel Underwood for the occasion of the Wesley-Grove Chapel opening.

Reference: J/C/AN/R/5

Date: May 9th 1956 - May 9th 1956

Telegram from Jacqueline to Claude Cahun telling her that Jacqueline and Aube were arriving tomorrow

Reference: JHT/1995/00045/21

Date: April 24th 1939 - April 24th 1939

Telegram sent by Fred from Liverpool Post Office Telegraphs to John Silvester Horne's parents Edith Marion [Tom] Horne née Sellers and Herbert Oliver Horne, on the birth of John Silvester in July 1928. Fred sends his congratulations and best wishes from Crooke House.

Reference: L/A/06/N1/1

Date: July 9th 1928 - July 9th 1928

Telegram sent by Joan from Oxford Street Post Office Telegraphs to John Silvester Horne's parents Edith Marion [Tom] Horne née Sellers and Herbert Oliver Horne, on the birth of John Silvester in July 1928. Joan sends her congratulations.

Reference: L/A/06/N1/2

Date: July 9th 1928 - July 9th 1928

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