Registration of the Mental Health Act, 1959, Navy, Army and Air Force Reserves Act, 1959, Ghana (Consequential Provisions) Act, 1960, Mental Health, Scotland Act, 1960, Sea Fish Industry Act, 1959, Statute Law Revision Act, 1960, and the Department of South Africa Act, 1961

Reference: A/D1/A1/206

Date: September 28th 1961 - December 18th 1961

Correspondence concerning naval, military and merchant navy pensions acts. Includes papers relating to the Jersey Merchant Seamen's Benefit Society.

Reference: A/D1/B17

Date: November 8th 1892 - November 16th 1936

Papers relating to the Law abrogating certain articles in the Naval and Military War Pensions Act, 1915

Reference: A/D1/L1/15

Date: March 26th 1946 - May 15th 1946

Papers relating to; visits by the Royal Navy, the Jersey Coastguards, Jerseymen in the Royal Navy and discipline of Navy personnel

Reference: A/D1/N2

Date: October 27th 1830 - October 27th 1938

Papers relating to visits by the Merchant Navy, the registration of merchant ships, acts relating to merchant shipping, and claims arising from NATO exercises

Reference: A/D1/N3

Date: November 23rd 1880 - March 18th 1966

Papers relating to the pardon for an individual for desertion from the Navy

Reference: A/D1/P30

Date: May 13th 1953 - July 18th 1953

Enquiry from Mrs Lucy, Channel Islands Society of Kent, Penn Court, Hollingbourne, Kent concerning naval personnel whose bodies were washed ashore after the loss of HMS Charybdis

Reference: B/A/L15/9

Date: June 14th 1945 - June 19th 1945

Burial of British Naval Ratings, includes; 29 naval ratings washed ashore on November 14th 1943 and buried at Mont à l'Abbé cemetery on 17th November 1943. List of names of identified bodies. Enquries after the end of the Occupation relating to naval ratings on HMS Charybdis

Reference: B/A/W85/1/3

Date: November 14th 1943 - February 25th 1975

Digital copy of Page 23 from the witness statement of a former resident of Haut de la Garenne to the States of Jersey Police concerning information about individuals including Witness 135. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW1/A3/6/1/11/WD001592

Date: February 24th 2008 - February 24th 2008

Digital copy of Witness 187's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police providing an account of his experiences in care at Haut de la Garenne and allegations of sexual abuse against Tony Watton. Signature witnessed by J Packer. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/18/WS000474

Date: September 27th 2008 - September 27th 2008

Digital copy of the Witness Statement of [Witness 187] to the States of Jersey Police providing an account of his experiences in care at Haut de la Garenne and allegations of sexual abuse against Tony Watton. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Section 9 of Nicholas Griffin QC's Report [C/D/AW4/A5/26/WD008989] concerning Anthony Watton.

Reference: C/D/AW4/A5/26/9/WD008871

Date: September 27th 2008 - September 27th 2008

Testament of Elias Noguesser, Mariner on HMS Ipswich under Captain Richard Tyrell. Dated 27/06/1755

Reference: D/Y/A/11/1

Date: January 15th 1763 - January 15th 1763

Will and Testament of John Dolbel, surgeon's mate of HMS Coventry under the command of Benjamin Marlow. Dated 26/10/1776.

Reference: D/Y/A/12/122

Date: April 24th 1779 - April 24th 1779

Testament of William Wilson, Lieutenant of HM Navy, resident of Jersey. Dated 20/10/1787. Bequeaths to the poor of St Helier, £1 guinea.

Reference: D/Y/A/14/46

Date: January 17th 1788 - January 17th 1788

Testament of George Le Four, son of Jean, of St Martin, Vingtaine de Faldouet, prisoner of war in Sarre-Libre, Department of Moselle, France, Second Captain of the boat Marchand. Dated 31/10/1809. Bequeaths to the poor of Grouville, 100 francs tournois of French currency - no probate date

Reference: D/Y/A/17/118

Date: 1809 - 1809

Testament of Ann Jane Mallet of St Helier, spinster. Dated 26/10/1814. Bequeaths to the poor of St Helier, £10 sterling, to Lewis Mallet and Esther Mallet the interest on £300 in 5% funds of the Navy each - after his/her death the interest and capital to Thomas Mallet her nephew - makes further bequests of funds of the Navy to family members

Reference: D/Y/A/18/135

Date: February 10th 1815 - February 10th 1815

Testament of Louis Mallet of St Helier. Dated 02/03/1815. Desires to be buried in St Helier's Cemetery. Bequeaths to the poor of St Helier, £24 of French currency, to Elizabeth Mallet, his niece, £100 in funds in 5% annuities in the Navy - further bequests of annuities are given to other members of his family

Reference: D/Y/A/18/158

Date: April 20th 1816 - April 20th 1816

Will and Testament of Joseph Clarke on board HM ship Africa. Dated 01/11/1806

Reference: D/Y/A/18/206

Date: October 3rd 1818 - October 3rd 1818

Testament of Elias Penny of St Helier. Dated 12/06/1812. Bequeaths to the poor of St Helier, 1 shilling, to John Penny and Elizabeth Le Bas his wife, £1 7 shillings due to the testator from Mr Shepherd, Portsea, Portsmouth as Prize Money from the Ship Garland, and also the rest of his prize money from belonging to the Cumberland 74, Captained by Captain Sorel, which captured many prizes at Port au Prince [Haiti] in 1803

Reference: D/Y/A/18/72

Date: October 21st 1812 - October 21st 1812

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