Letter from Lt Colonel G P Stewart Acting Government Secretary to the Constable of St Helier informing him the Royal Garrison Artillery will parade in the Royal Square on the next Sunday request for Police 'to keep the ground adjacent to St James's Church and the Royal Square'

Reference: A/C2/41/48

Date: September 29th 1905 - September 29th 1905

Copy letter from W W Maitland Government Secretary to the Constable of St Helier informing him of the parade for Divine Service in the Royal Square and presentation of long service and good conduct medals, request for necessary Police

Reference: A/C2/42/19

Date: March 3rd 1906 - March 3rd 1906

Memo from Commander 3rd or Southern Battalion to the D A A G regarding a boy behaving badly on parade

Reference: A/C2/43/21

Date: March 13th 1907 - March 13th 1907

Letter from W W Maitland, Government Secretary to P A Aubin Constable of St Helier regarding police presence for the forthcoming parade for Divine Service and presentation of Long Service medals for the Royal Square and St James Church

Reference: A/C2/43/35

Date: April 5th 1907 - April 5th 1907

Letter from the D A A G to the Officer Commanding 3rd or South Battalion regarding two waiters at the Royal Hotel who were absent from parade as the management threatened to dismiss them if they attended, wish to bring the matter to the attention of the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough]

Reference: A/C2/43/73

Date: September 4th 1907 - September 4th 1907

Letter from W W Maitland Government Secretary to the Manager of the Royal Hotel requesting confirmation if the management had warned employees who attended parade would be dismissed

Reference: A/C2/43/91

Date: September 27th 1907 - September 27th 1907

Letter from A [G] Loureau, Bree's Royal Hotel to W W Maitland Government Secretary in reply to his letter of 27 September see A/C2/43/91 regarding the two waiters who did not attend parade

Reference: A/C2/43/94

Date: October 1st 1907 - October 1st 1907

Letter from A G Loureau, Manageress Bree's Royal Hotel to W W Maitland Government Secretary in reply to his letter of 3 October see A/C2/43/97 stating she did tell one of the waiters if they had to be absent so often they would be dismissed

Reference: A/C2/43/98

Date: October 10th 1907 - October 10th 1907

Letter from Colonel J W Godfray Government Secretary to P A Aubin, Constable of St Helier regarding a parade of troops in the Royal Square and requesting necessary police presence

Reference: A/C2/45/21

Date: May 8th 1909 - May 8th 1909

Correspondence re. Private Henry Coutanche who absented himself from the Review Parade on 4 August

Reference: A/C2/45/32

Date: August 30th 1909 - August 30th 1909

Papers and correspondence relating to the Granting of the Privilege of the Jersey to the Jersey Field Squadron (RMIJ) and the Princess of Wales Regiment on 8 May 1995, parade format, Police operational orders Operation Dove module 7, guest list and invitations and wording on the presentations scrolls

Reference: C/C/L/C6/2/1

Date: February 27th 1995 - May 8th 1995

Liberation Day Military Vehicle Parade, correspondence and minutes of parade co-ordinating sub-committee

Reference: C/C/L/C6/3/11

Date: February 1st 1994 - May 9th 1995

Military Vehicle cavalcade - list of participants, vehicles, timetable and related correspondence

Reference: C/C/L/C6/3/12

Date: February 18th 1995 - May 9th 1995

Map of St Helier showing locations of events and routes of parades

Reference: C/C/L/C6/3/7

Date: May 9th 1995 - May 9th 1995

Digital copy of Witness 360's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police providing an account of his experiences in the Jersey Sea Cadets. Signature witnessed by [Detective Sergeant] Keith Bray. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/41/WS000208

Date: December 4th 2007 - December 4th 2007

Copy of an original plan of Elizabeth Castle by John Bastide; showing the Parade Ground and the Keep. Scale 10 feet to 1 inch

Reference: C/D/P/A1/2

Date: 1737 - 1737

Copy of an original plan of sections of Elizabeth Castle by John Bastide; showing the Parade Ground and the Keep

Reference: C/D/P/A1/3

Date: 1737 - 1737

Photograph of a float entitled 'Une Sethée D'Nier Beurre, 1837' with people dressed up built to celebrate the coronation of King George VI taken by A Laurens

Reference: F/L/W1/20

Date: 1937 - 1937

Photographs of Girls Brigade Parade from Wesley-Grove Chapel through St Helier's town centre.

Reference: J/C/AN/Q/12

Date: 1982 - 1982

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