Letter from Colonel Le Couteur, Belle Vue, Jersey to Major General Guy tendering his resignation from the position of Adjutant General of the Royal Jersey Militia see A/C2/12/9

Reference: A/C2/12/10

Date: October 23rd 1868 - October 23rd 1868

Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Gervaise Le Gros, St Lawrence Battalion to the Adjutant General Royal Jersey Militia re. a comment made in the States referring to insubordination in the St Helier Battalion and a previous occurrence in the St Lawrence Battalion, refuted by Lieutenant Colonel Le Gros and request for an enquiry

Reference: A/C2/17/15

Date: August 25th 1875 - August 25th 1875

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to G Bertram originally enclosed with a letter from Captain Godfray, Adjutant to the West District re. a remonstrance served on him by the Deputy Viscount

Reference: A/C2/22/9

Date: April 30th 1882 - April 30th 1882

Letter from Assistant Adjutant General C P Le Cornu to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] re. enquiry into the circumstances attending the wounding of Daniel Girard by a rifle bullet when in his boat off Gorey

Reference: A/C2/26/22

Date: August 18th 1887 - August 18th 1887

Copy letter from the Colonel C P Le Cornu, Adjutant Generals Office to H B East, 26 Hill Street, St Helier re. exemption from military service

Reference: A/C2/26/5

Date: March 22nd 1887 - March 22nd 1887

Letter from J J de la Taste, Lieutenant Colonel the Officer commanding the Royal Jersey Militia to the Adjutant General informing him Gunner H Hall was wounded in the foot at La Collette Battery and can no longer work at his job as a gardener

Reference: A/C2/27/1

Date: May 19th 1888 - May 19th 1888

Letter from the Financial Secretary's Department, War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] request to know when Major W Godfray, late Adjutant Jersey Militia commenced to draw his emoluments as Greffier in the Royal Court

Reference: A/C2/27/13

Date: October 26th 1888 - October 26th 1888

Letter from Major Charles Gardner Vatcher to Lieutenant Colonel E Esnouf, application for the position of Assistant Adjutant General

Reference: A/C2/35/1

Date: January 21st 1896 - January 21st 1896

Letter from Lieutenant Colonel E Esnouf to Assistant Adjutant General for Militia covering letter originally enclosed with Major Vatcher's application for position of Assistant Adjutant General see A/C2/35/1

Reference: A/C2/35/2

Date: January 22nd 1896 - January 22nd 1896

Letter from Captain C Chermside to Major J Bichard, application for the position of Assistant Adjutant General on the retirement of Colonel Le Cornu

Reference: A/C2/35/3

Date: March 1st 1886 - March 1st 1886

Letter from Major John Bichard to the Assistant Adjutant General covering letter originally enclosed with Captain Chermside's application for position of Assistant Adjutant General see A/C2/35/4

Reference: A/C2/35/4

Date: March 25th 1896 - March 25th 1896

Letter from Captain N G Le Gros to the Assistant Adjutant General application for the position of Assistant Adjutant General

Reference: A/C2/35/5

Date: April 8th 1896 - April 8th 1896

Letter from Captain E Lionel Mourant, Samares Manor to Major General E Hopton Lieutenant Governor, application for the position of Assistant Adjutant General

Reference: A/C2/35/6

Date: May 25th 1896 - May 25th 1896

Letter from Colonel Philip Le Brun, St Ouen to Field Marshal Viscount Wolseley Commander in Chief, application for the position of Assistant Adjutant General

Reference: A/C2/35/7

Date: July 31st 1896 - July 31st 1896

Copy letter from Lieutenant Colonel A Ward Simpson Government Secretary, Government House sent to Captain Mourant, Major Vatcher, Captain Chermside, Captain Le Gros and Colonel Le Brun informing them their applications for the position of Assistant Adjutant General have been unsuccessful as the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Sir Edwin Hopton] had submitted Major M Le Gallais name for the appointment

Reference: A/C2/35/9

Date: October 9th 1896 - October 9th 1896

Letter from Captain J A Girlron [?] to the Assistant Adjutant General regarding the non-payment of a fine for being absent from Militia drills by Elie George Du Val of St Mary, advice that the matter should be reported to the Magistrate

Reference: A/C2/37/1

Date: December 21st 1898 - December 21st 1898

Letter to the D A A General from the Adjutant recommending to the Defence Committee that the North shed Old Town Arsenal should be covered

Reference: A/C2/38/17

Date: November 12th 1902 - November 12th 1902

Letter from John A Perree, Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society 8 Church Street, St Helier to the Deputy Assistant Adjutant General regarding the use of Springfield for drill practice after the fire at St Helier's Arsenal

Reference: A/C2/38/21

Date: December 22nd 1902 - December 22nd 1902

Memo from Major F M Voisin acting adjutant listing the times when Springfield Pavilion would be required for drill practice

Reference: A/C2/38/22

Date: December 29th 1902 - December 29th 1902

Memorandum from Major G P Stewart D A A G to Adjutant 3rd Royal Jersey Militia originally enclosed with letter from J A Perree RJA & HS regarding use of Springfield Pavilion for drill see A/C2/39/10

Reference: A/C2/39/10

Date: February 2nd 1903 - February 2nd 1903

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