Draft letter from James Pipon of Noirmont to Earl Spencer at the Admiralty concerning his son Philip who wishes to obtain a commission in the marine forces

Reference: L/C/67/C2/36

Date: December 24th 1799 - December 24th 1799

Commission from Queen Victoria to Philip Gosset Pipon appointing him as Second Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Artillery

Reference: L/C/67/E1/1

Date: June 18th 1842 - June 18th 1842

Commission from Queen Victoria to Philip Gosset Pipon appointing him as First Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Artillery

Reference: L/C/67/E1/2

Date: August 18th 1843 - August 18th 1843

Commission from Queen Victoria to Philip Gosset Pipon appointing him as Second Captain in the Royal Regiment of Artillery

Reference: L/C/67/E1/3

Date: September 5th 1849 - September 5th 1849

Commission from Queen Victoria to Philip Gosset Pipon appointing him as Captain in the Royal Regiment of Artillery

Reference: L/C/67/E1/4

Date: December 13th 1854 - December 13th 1854

Commission from Queen Victoria to Philip Gosset Pipon appointing him as Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Regiment of Artillery

Reference: L/C/67/E1/5

Date: June 8th 1862 - June 8th 1862

Commission from Queen Victoria to Philip Gosset Pipon appointing him as Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Artillery

Reference: L/C/67/E1/6

Date: March 9th 1864 - March 9th 1864

Commission from Queen Victoria to Philip Gosset Pipon appointing him as Colonel

Reference: L/C/67/E1/7

Date: March 24th 1869 - March 24th 1869

Commission from Queen Victoria to Philip Gosset Pipon appointing him Major General in the Land Forces

Reference: L/C/67/E1/8

Date: November 16th 1880 - November 16th 1880

Letter to Commissary General Pipon, Noirmont House, Jersey sending his congratulations on the appointment of Mr Pipon as a Lieutenant

Reference: L/C/67/E3/2

Date: December 1st 1835 - December 1st 1835

Commission of John Dumaresq

Reference: L/C/68/B2A

Commission of John Dumaresq appointed as Captain of Grenadiers in the 5th or South West Regiment of the Jersey Militia of which Joshua Pipon was Colonel.

Reference: L/C/68/B2A/1

Date: July 19th 1770 - July 19th 1770

Commission of John Dumaresq appointed as Adjutant in the 5th or South West Regiment of the Jersey Militia of which Thomas Pipon was Colonel. Signed by Moses Corbet, Lieutenant Governor

Reference: L/C/68/B2A/2

Date: June 2nd 1777 - June 2nd 1777

Letter from Marie Le Couteur to her son Cadet John Le Couteur, Ensign 96th Regiment, Royal Military College, Great Marlow concerns his wish to go to Portugal and the difficulty of gaining promotion to Lieutenant

Reference: L/C/68/C2/24

Date: April 14th 1811 - April 14th 1811

Letter from Marie Le Couteur to her son Cadet John Le Couteur, Ensign 96th Regiment, Royal Military College, Great Marlow congratulates him on his promotion and urges him to continue to work hard at his studies, includes a note from his father, Lieutenant General John Le Couteur adding his congratulations

Reference: L/C/68/C2/25

Date: February 22nd 1811 - February 22nd 1811

Francis Janvrin

Reference: L/C/68/D4

Commission of Francis Janvrin appointed as Major in the 5th or South West Regiment of the Militia of which Joshua Pipon is Colonel. Signed by General Don, Lieutenant Governor

Reference: L/C/68/D4/1

Date: June 29th 1812 - June 29th 1812

Commission of Francois Philippe Pirouet to Ensign in the 2nd or North Regiment Royal Jersey Militia signed by Major General Archibald Campbell, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey

Reference: L/C/73/G/4

Date: March 9th 1838 - March 9th 1838

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