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Letter from the Constable of St Martin, George Sohier asking the French authorities to allow Philippe Amy to pass freely through French territory
Date: June 11th 1848
Passport for Philippe Amy and his son Frédéric, aged 16 to travel to France, includes personal details of Philippe and signature
Date: October 16th 1854
Date: 1817 - 1831
Passport of Alwyn Ethel Deslandes aged 8. Gives personal details and a black and white photographic print
Date: September 25th 1917 - September 25th 1917
Personal papers of Robin Cox including a photograph of a child on a donkey with a woman; notes on the Channel Islands Crisp Company Limited and scraps of crisp packaging; a bow tie and a Jersey Evening Post Junior Club badge; personal diaries, Jersey Evening Post Junior Club membership card, Channel Islands Co-operative Society membership card, National Savings Certificate bank book, National Health Service medical card, Social Security Card, Benefits Card, provisional driving licence, passport, laundry books, a gramaphone record of heart sounds, receipts, correspondence, school reports, birth certificate and personal accounts.
Emergency passport certifying that Catherine Allchin is a British Subject and allowing her to travel to the Channel Islands accompanied by one child under 16. Stamped by the Jersey Immigration Department on 23 August 1945. Includes a photograph.
Date: June 30th 1945 - June 30th 1945
Document issued by His Excellency Major-General Hugh Mackay Gordon Lieutenant Governor of Jersey to Abraham Ahier aged 18. granting him protection and assistance when travelling through France in the period after the Napoleonic wars. Contains details of age, height and complexion.
Date: September 10th 1816 - September 10th 1816
Certificate issued by the Controller of the Visa Branch, Political Division in Vienna confirming that Karl Greier will be issued with a valid passport, exit visa and a return visa valid for four months for the purpose of accepting work in the United Kingdom.
Date: January 7th 1948 - January 7th 1948
Letter from A Journeaux for the Chief Aliens Officer to Mr Charles W Leader, 3 The Terrace, Grosvenor Street, St Helier informing him that a permit had been granted to Karl Greier, an Austrian subject, to be employed by Mr Leader as a ladies' hairdresser for a period of twelve months.
Date: November 3rd 1947 - November 3rd 1947
Notification by the Foreigners and Passport Service in Cannes of an administrative decision by the State Councilor of Alpes-Maritimes regarding a residence permit for Madeline Norman for Goncelin in Isère.
Date: April 14th 1942 - April 14th 1942
Date: June 12th 1806 - June 12th 1806
Date: September 20th 1830 - September 20th 1830
Personal documents from during and after the war including a Britsh Army Book 64, Soldier's Service and Pay Book including a discharge certificate belonging to Ian Harry Fife, a Deutsches Reich Arbeitsbuch [employment book] belonging to Johann Papke and a Bundesrepubik Deutschland Reisepass [passport] belonging to Phoebe Alice Resch.
Date: February 12th 1941 - May 10th 1952
Photocopy of passport belonging to Francis Cawley, his wife Alice Cawley and a list of their 5 children
Date: September 6th 1916 - September 6th 1916
Letter from B M Tuck of the War Office in Whitehall to H Noel of 102 Castle Stree, Bolton, Lancashire, informing him that if he wishes to return to Jersey he should apply to the Passport and Permit Office.
Date: July 31st 1945 - July 31st 1945
Passport of H J Stanley signed by John Ralph Millbanke envoy to HM requesting that all friends and allies allow Mr Stanley and his baggage to pass without hinderance
Date: September 2nd 1846 - September 6th 1846