John La Cloche

Reference: L/C/131/J12

Commission to John La Cloche from Major General Sir J H Reynett, Knight Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Colonel of the 48th Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Governor and Commander of the Forces in the Island of Jersey appointing him as an Ensign in the St Helier's Battalion of the 4th Regiment of Royal Militia of the Island of which John Le Couteur is Colonel.

Reference: L/C/131/J12/1

Date: November 4th 1851 - November 4th 1851

Commission to John La Cloche from Major General James Frederick Love, Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath and Knight of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Lieutenant Governor and Commander of the Forces in the Island of Jersey appointing him as a Lieutenant in the St Helier's Battalion of the 4th Regiment of Royal Militia of the Island of which John Le Couteur is Colonel.

Reference: L/C/131/J12/2

Date: September 7th 1852 - September 7th 1852

Lieutenant David Patriarche

Reference: L/C/131/K4

Commission from Colonel James Forrester, Commander in Chief of the Island of Jersey appointing David Patriarche as a Lieutenant in the troop of Horse Guards commanded by Thomas Pipon

Reference: L/C/131/K4/1

Date: July 28th 1760 - July 28th 1760

Commission of Philip de Gruchy appointing him as store keeper of the stores of the Netz du Guet Battery attached to the North regiment of the Militia signed by General Don, Lieutenant Governor

Reference: L/C/166/C/11

Date: February 25th 1809 - February 25th 1809

Commission from Major-General William Thornton appointing Francis de Quetteville as an Ensign in the 2nd or North Regiment in the Royal Militia of the Island of Jersey

Reference: L/C/231/A4/199

Date: July 19th 1831 - July 19th 1831

Commission for Matthew Alexandre to become a Captain in the South-West or Fifth Regiment of the Royal Jersey Militia.

Reference: L/C/51/B1/1

Date: June 4th 1785 - June 4th 1785

Commission for Matthew Alexandre to become a Captain of Batteries in the South-West or Fifth Regiment of the Royal Jersey Militia.

Reference: L/C/51/B1/4

Date: December 17th 1806 - December 17th 1806

Commission for Matthew Alexandre, son of Matthew, son of John, to become a Lieutenant in the South-West or Fifth Regiment of the Royal Jersey Militia.

Reference: L/C/51/B1/5

Date: September 15th 1812 - September 15th 1812

Certficates and Commissions

Reference: L/C/51/G1

Commission appointing J Alexandre as 2nd Lieutenant in the first battery of artillery attached to the North West regiment of the Jersey Royal Militia sighed by Colonel John Le Couteur

Reference: L/C/51/G1/1

Date: August 31st 1840 - August 31st 1840

Masters certificate awarded to John Alexandre for the merchant service

Reference: L/C/51/G1/2

Date: May 15th 1851 - May 16th 1851

Commission of Philip Le Cornu appointing him Store Keeper of the store of the Fort or Bulwark of La Valette, St Ouen belonging to the 1st or North West Regiment of the Royal Jersey Militia

Reference: L/C/65/B15/19

Date: May 6th 1793 - May 6th 1793

Commission from Colonel Thomas Collier, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey appointing Thomas Balleyre as an ensign in the first or west regiment of the Militia

Reference: L/C/65/C3/3

Date: January 13th 1715 - January 13th 1715

Commission from George Don, Lieutenant Governor appointing Thomas Le Breton Pipon as Lieutenant in the South West Regiment of the Jersey Militia - not dated

Reference: L/C/65/C4/27

Date: 1805 - 1810

Commission from Major General Burke Cuppage, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey to Charles P Le Cornu appointing him Captain in the Artillery attched to the Field Battery of the 1st or North West Regiment of the Royal Militia

Reference: L/C/65/C6/16

Date: February 24th 1865 - February 24th 1865

Commission from Major General Philip Melmoth Nelson Guy, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey to Captain Charles Philip Le Cornu appointing him adjutant general with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Jersey Militia

Reference: L/C/65/C6/22

Date: February 8th 1873 - February 8th 1873

Letter Book of Philip Pipon when he was Queen's Receiver for Jersey includes references to; disputes with States members concerning Seigneurial dues, a commission from the exchequer into moneys received by him, and the shipwreck of the Notre Dame de Mony Vierge in 1707

Reference: L/C/67/C1/2

Date: June 29th 1710 - April 3rd 1712

Letter from Elias Pipon, Bath Hotel to Sir George Howard, Grosvenor Square, London concerning his purchase of a lieutenancy in the 63rd foot and his thanks to Howard for recommending him to the Duke of York

Reference: L/C/67/C2/33

Date: December 12th 1795 - December 12th 1795

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