Memo from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] regarding the suspension of Lieutenant Colonel de Carteret from his office as Commander of the North West Regiment - not dated

Reference: A/C2/14/6

Date: 1871 - 1871

Letter from the War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] re. 'exhibition of a spirit of insubordination amongst the officers of the St Lawrence Battalion' reference to a petition from the officers in 1846, request for observations

Reference: A/C2/15/1

Date: March 14th 1873 - March 14th 1873

Copy letter from John Milton, Financial Secretary's Dept, War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Sir William Norcott] re. suspension of pay to the officers of the Jersey Militia being withdrawn by Secretary Hardy

Reference: A/C2/17/10

Date: August 4th 1875 - August 4th 1875

Letter from the Secretary of State Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] re. the removal of the name W E Johnson from the list of officers of the Militia

Reference: A/C2/26/21

Date: May 5th 1887 - May 5th 1887

Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor Wray to the Under Secretary of State Home Office request to remove the name Lieutenant W E Johnson from the List of Officers of the Militia due to his absence from the Island for four years

Reference: A/C2/26/8

Date: April 12th 1887 - April 12th 1887

Copy letter from C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor to the Under Secretary of State, Home Office re. removing the name of Lieutenant J Westaway from the List of Officers of the Royal Jersey Militia as he had been absent from the Island for three years and was supposed to be in America

Reference: A/C2/29/1

Date: April 8th 1890 - April 8th 1890

Copy letter from C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor to Mr Matthews regarding suggestion for Queens Birthday honours for three officers who have 'performed long and faithful service to the Island' 1. Colonel James Godfray, Honour of Knight 2. Colonel James Murrary, Civil Companionship of the Bath and 3. Colonel [C P ] Le Cornu, Civil Companionship of the Bath

Reference: A/C2/29/4

Date: April 15th 1890 - April 15th 1890

Copy letter from the Under Secretary of State for War, War Office to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Edwin Markham] regarding the difficulties of finding suitable officers for the Jersey Militia

Reference: A/C2/32/1

Date: February 15th 1893 - February 15th 1893

Copy letter from Ralph Thompson, War Office to the Under Secretary of State Home Office conveying views of Mr Campbell Bannerman regarding the duty of the British Government to contribute to the defence of the Channel Islands in time of war and that it is essential that the are Militia brought under the Army Act when embodied for home defence so the War Department is in control, States of Jersey should take steps to improve the supply of officers

Reference: A/C2/32/2

Date: July 27th 1893 - July 27th 1893

Draft copy of the views of the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Edwin Markham] on 2 issues: 1. difficulties of recruiting officers for the Militia 2. the power over the Militia Forces in time of War

Reference: A/C2/32/5

Date: August 6th 1893 - August 6th 1893

Letter from the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Edwin Markham] to the Under Secretary of State Home Department in reply to his letter of 1 August 1893 see A/C2/32/3 regarding possible solutions to the problems of recruiting officers and views on desirability of placing the Militia when embodied for Active Service under the provisions of the Army Act for discipline gathering of 7 papers, difficult to read see A/C2/32/8

Reference: A/C2/32/7

Date: August 15th 1893 - August 15th 1893

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Bailiff requesting authority be given to the Officers Commanding Regiments to hand over surplus funds to the Adjutants

Reference: A/C2/40/2

Date: January 8th 1904 - January 8th 1904

Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] regarding the request that authority be given to the Officers Commanding the Regiments to hand over surplus funds to the Adjutants, informing him of the Defence Committee's decision

Reference: A/C2/40/5

Date: January 16th 1904 - January 16th 1904

Letter form H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office in reply to his letter of 25 January A/C2/41/2 informing him there are several non-commissioned officers and men of the Jersey Militia who conform with the Army Order and deserve recognition for their service

Reference: A/C2/41/3

Date: February 7th 1905 - February 7th 1905

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff requesting that the Defence Committee will issue instructions for the Military Vingteniers to report to the Officers commanding their District Arsenals

Reference: A/C2/42/17

Date: February 10th 1906 - February 10th 1906

Letter from the Under Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] re. the military title of the Officer holding the appointment of Lieutenant Governor in the Island to be changed to 'Commanding the Troops'

Reference: A/C2/42/43

Date: April 20th 1906 - April 20th 1906

Copy letter from H Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office re. military title of Officer holding appointment of Lieutenant Governor

Reference: A/C2/42/45

Date: May 1st 1906 - May 1st 1906

Copy letter from H Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] informing him of the proposal of using Mr Le Geyt as the Medical Officer at the Camp as no regimental Medical Officer is available asks if the Defence Committee have any objection

Reference: A/C2/42/60

Date: June 15th 1906 - June 15th 1906

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] requesting extra money from the States for a uniform grant to encourage Gentlemen to take Commissions

Reference: A/C2/44/16

Date: March 26th 1908 - March 26th 1908

Letter from the W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] referring to his letter of 26 March see A/C2/44/16 regarding grants of money for officers, informing him the Defence Committee 'decline to entertain the mater'

Reference: A/C2/44/22

Date: April 2nd 1908 - April 2nd 1908

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