Photograph album of criminals with details of their names, place of birth, age, crime, sentence, previous convictions and arresting Centenier. Photographs of Mathurin Nevaud, 30 sentenced and banished for robbery and Lea Tandé, 23 and Amelie Bazille, 24 banished for prostitution.

Reference: D/AF/A1/1/10

Date: September 17th 1910 - November 6th 1911

Photograph album of criminals with details of their names, place of birth, age, crime, sentence, previous convictions and arresting Centenier. Photographs of Richard Walker, 21 and Jean Catelinet, 21 both sentenced for robbery

Reference: D/AF/A1/1/11

Date: September 10th 1910 - September 17th 1910

Photograph album of criminals with details of their names, place of birth, age, crime, sentence, previous convictions and arresting Centenier. Photographs of Jean Armand Marion, 30, alias John Allen, alias Jean Valognes, convicted for bigamy.

Reference: D/AF/A1/1/15

Date: February 17th 1912 - February 17th 1912

Transportation Register, includes; name, age, description of crime, sentence, previous convictions, character, parents, married/single, if the convict can read/write, trade, Chaplain's remarks, Surgeon's remarks and general remarks. Entry for Francis Lamour, 29, for theft of clothing and returning to the island before the expiration of his banishment.

Reference: D/AG/B6/1/14b

Date: October 13th 1856 - July 14th 1857

Papers concerning an individual sentenced to penal servitude for 7 years and sent to Winchester Prison

Reference: D/AV/A2/1

Date: 1929 - 1929

Banishment Books

Reference: D/AV/A3

Banishment book giving notice to the Agent's of the Southern Railways Company and later British Railways of the banishment of certain individuals

Reference: D/AV/A3/1

Date: June 17th 1924 - September 1st 1951

Banishment book giving notice to the Master's of certain ships including the SS Brittany of the banishment of certain individuals

Reference: D/AV/A3/2

Date: June 17th 1924 - September 8th 1951

Correspondence file concerning cases of individuals banished from the Island

Reference: D/S/F2/7/1/3A

Date: September 24th 1938 - February 6th 1970

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Francois Baron, alias Valentin Anquetil for theft and breaking his banishment order

Reference: D/Y/G1/19/23

Date: December 23rd 1865

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for George Hall Buckton for returning to the island after he had been sent away

Reference: D/Y/G1/19/37

Date: July 5th 1867

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Mathieu Raftree, tried by the Grand Jury for stealing items of clothing from the house of Susanne Norman, widow of Grandin in St Clement.

Reference: D/Y/G1/2/279

Date: December 2nd 1799 - March 20th 1802

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Edward Ryan, soldier in the Loyal Irish Fencibles, accused of assaulting Jeanne Le Veslt, wife of Josué Ballaine. Tried before Grand Jury.

Reference: D/Y/G1/2/281

Date: December 2nd 1799 - March 20th 1802

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Mary Riley, wife of John Riley, a soldier in the 70th Regiment for trying to circulate false money

Reference: D/Y/G1/2/297

Date: December 2nd 1799 - March 20th 1802

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Thomas Betson, Invalide soldier, for stealing from the house of George Le Feuvre in St Brelade, Sentenced to whipping and banishment

Reference: D/Y/G1/2/56

Date: December 2nd 1799 - March 20th 1802

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Michael Dawlen tried for stealing from a shop in St Brelade belonging to Jean Nicolle. Sentenced to be flogged and banished.

Reference: D/Y/G1/2/94

Date: December 2nd 1799 - March 20th 1802

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for William Carne and Jacob Pemprase banished for stealing numerous tools belonging to Jean Layman

Reference: D/Y/G1/5/115

Date: September 23rd 1811 - January 16th 1816

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Jean Elliot imprisoned and banished for refusing to undertake his military service

Reference: D/Y/G1/5/168

Date: September 23rd 1811 - January 16th 1816

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Marie McDonald banished for stealing from the shop of Louis Poignand

Reference: D/Y/G1/5/301

Date: September 23rd 1811 - January 16th 1816

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