Letter from H S Gough to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] requesting an allowance for Major J W Aubin originally enclosed with A/C2/44/54 to be paid from the Contingent Allowance

Reference: A/C2/44/59

Date: September 26th 1908 - September 26th 1908

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] acknowledging receipt of his letter of 26 September see A/C2/44/59 regarding payment of an allowance to Major J W Aubin informing him the letter had been transmitted to the Defence Committee

Reference: A/C2/44/62

Date: September 28th 1908 - September 28th 1908

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] enclosed with an Act of the Defence Committee turning down the request for a money allowance for Major J W Aubin signed by John Mollet, Commis au Greffe

Reference: A/C2/44/63

Date: October 8th 1908 - October 8th 1908

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] informing him payment had been made to Surgeon Captain A C Stamberg for horse hire allowance

Reference: A/C2/44/68

Date: November 25th 1908 - November 25th 1908


Reference: B/A/W22

Papers relating to claims for allowances to dependants of mobilised persons including Acte Des Etats accordant une allouance aux personnes dépendantes des habitants de l'Ile appelés a servir dans la guerre, 1939

Reference: B/A/W22/1

Date: November 29th 1939 - January 11th 1940

Correspondence re. Miss Greene's letter about the Royal United Kingdom Beneficent Association.

Reference: B/A/W36/1

Date: July 17th 1940 - July 17th 1940

Percival T Hills of 42, Don Road, St Helier's need for specialist medicine daily.

Reference: B/A/W36/2

Date: July 17th 1940 - August 9th 1940

Family Allowances and Childrens Benefit Fund, includes; Copies of the Social Assurance Committee Child Allowance Section Secretary's Report, 03/02/1945. Report on the Children's Benefit Fund, 1943. Act of the Superior Council on the subject of the payment of allowances for children, 11/08/1943, and 29/04/1942 Published copy of the 'Billet D'Etat', 09/08/1943 - debating the subject of children's allowances

Reference: B/A/W42/13

Date: May 8th 1942 - February 27th 1945

Correspondence confirming the sending of the Jersey Acte-Rapport on the subject of the Childrens Allowance to Guernsey

Reference: B/A/W45/39A

Date: May 22nd 1942 - May 22nd 1942

Complaint from Patrick Cahill born 06/01/1912 in Kellarney, co. Kerry, Eire, living at 4, Sand Street about relief from the Poor Law Commission

Reference: B/A/W48/3

Date: September 14th 1940 - September 18th 1940

Allowances for dependants of British Service men, enquiry from Mrs Gracie May Vasse, 5, Brook Cottages, Ann Street, St Helier, later of 3, Field View Villas, First Tower, St Helier, who has received payments from the Howard Davis War Fund and the States of Jersey. See also B/A/W84

Reference: B/A/W49/10

Date: July 21st 1942 - August 5th 1942

Request for an allowance for Anita Erika Hotton daughter of Mary Hotton, 104, Great Union Road, St Helier

Reference: B/A/W50/90

Date: May 12th 1943 - May 18th 1943

Request for allowances for Kenneth and Paulette Bone son and daughter of Mrs Phyllis Bone, Norfolk Cottage, Janvrin Road, St Helier

Reference: B/A/W50/91

Date: May 17th 1943 - May 21st 1943

Department of Labour Sick Benefit Section Report, 01/05/1941 - 31/01/1942 States of Jersey Social Assurance Report and Statement of Accounts for 1942

Reference: B/A/W54/4

Date: 1941 - 1942

Correspondence with the States of Guernsey relating to the payment of pensions by the States of Jersey to servicemen, women and their dependants

Reference: B/A/W84/1

Date: September 2nd 1943 - September 17th 1943

Sound Recording of the States Debate relating to Benefits for those in need - recommendations of working party

Reference: C/A14/A/1

Date: May 29th 1990 - May 29th 1990

USB Flash Drive of States Sample Audio Debates 1991-1997

Reference: C/A14/A/1/1

Date: 1991 - 1997

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