Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. charge to the States by Armourer Sergeant Henry Vint for cleaning rifles and erection of light at Gorey harbour

Reference: A/C2/22/1

Date: March 15th 1882 - March 15th 1882

Letter from Assistant Adjutant General C P Le Cornu to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] re. enquiry into the circumstances attending the wounding of Daniel Girard by a rifle bullet when in his boat off Gorey

Reference: A/C2/26/22

Date: August 18th 1887 - August 18th 1887

Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] regarding the forthcoming encampment of the Royal Militia and inconvenience of holding rifle practice immediately after enclosed with a copy of the Act of the Defence Committee

Reference: A/C2/43/26

Date: March 22nd 1907 - March 22nd 1907

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] informing him the encampment dates will be published in the local press and readjustment of the dates for musketry practice

Reference: A/C2/43/28

Date: March 25th 1907 - March 25th 1907

Papers relating to rifle ranges, includes The Jersey Rifle Association, The Jersey National Rifle Association, and rifle ranges at, Gorey Common, Crabbé, St Brelade's Bay, Blanches Banques, Les Landes, and Les Platons, also includes plans of ranges

Reference: A/D2/4

Date: April 3rd 1879 - March 23rd 1960

Erection of machine gun and rifle ranges in Bellozanne Valley

Reference: B/A/W40/8/33

Date: December 6th 1941 - December 6th 1941

Digital copy of Page 18 from the witness statement of a former resident of Haut de la Garenne to the States of Jersey Police concerning individuals including Witness 396. [Some details redacted]. For Witness 396's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police dated 23 January 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/42/WS000268.

Reference: C/D/AW1/A3/6/1/47/WD001733

Date: February 24th 2008 - February 24th 2008

File on Historical Weapons excluding Insurance. File relates to the purchase, acquisition, renovation and display of weapons and other items of historical interest that are relevant to Jersey from different sources. File is comprised of correspondence between several people including the Public Works Committee, Channel Islands Occupation Society, Department of Public Building and Works, Museum and Arts Policy Committee, Museums and Antique companies. Areas of note in the file include military rifles; cannons at Elizabeth Castle, Grosnez and Mont Orgeuil; Audit reports; German anti-tank guns, roll bombs, swords and Bomb Disposal.

Reference: D/AL/D1/62/5/2

Date: January 1st 1973 - December 31st 1979

Correspondence: President of the Defence Committee, Lieutenant-Governor, Captain Hemery, Edward Nicolle, Major General Douglas re. invention of a moving target by Captain Braye

Reference: D/AP/B/9/1

Date: March 16th 1860 - October 2nd 1860

Letter from Major General Douglas to the President of the Defence Committee re. the training of the Infantry Regiment in the use of the Enfield Rifle

Reference: D/AP/B/9/3

Date: October 3rd 1860 - October 3rd 1860

Customs file relating to firearms, explosives, fireworks and flares. Includes correspondence concerning the overall control of explosives and fireworks in the Island, the Explosives (Jersey) Law, 1970 and 1978, its' code of requirements, the Control of Liquid Fuel (Jersey) Regulations, 1971, instructions regarding explosives and radioactive materials, the appointment of a new Civil Emergency Controller, the Firearms (Jersey) Law, 1956, fireworks displays, target rifles, ammunition, licences, lists of firearms dealers registered with the Defence Committee, de-activated or modified machine guns, hazardous fireworks, and marine pyrotechnics

Reference: D/H/R1/140A

Date: September 10th 1968 - June 18th 1989

Customs file relating to import and export controls, and firearms certificates. Contains original applications for import licences, and original import licences regarding pistols, shot guns, revolvers, ammunition, air rifles, black powder, and percussion pistols

Reference: D/H/R1/7.25.1/1

Date: January 15th 1991 - June 26th 1991

Customs file relating to import and export controls, and firearms certificates. Contains original applications for import licences, and original import licences regarding pistols, shot guns, revolvers, ammunition, air rifles, and black powder, Also includes paperwork relating to an airplane and a helicopter

Reference: D/H/R1/7.25.1/2

Date: June 26th 1991 - December 30th 1991

Customs file relating to import and export controls, and firearms certificates. Contains original applications for import licences, and original import licences regarding pistols, shot guns, revolvers, ammunition, air rifles, and black powder

Reference: D/H/R1/7.25.1/3

Date: January 14th 1992 - May 27th 1992

Customs file relating to import and export controls, and firearms certificates. Contains original applications for import licences, and original import licences regarding pistols, shot guns, revolvers, ammunition, and rifles

Reference: D/H/R1/7.25.1/4

Date: June 3rd 1992 - January 5th 1993

File relating Sport, Leisure and Recreation, Jersey Rifle Association, Jersey Surf Club, 1999 - 2003 and Jersey Croquet Club, 1999 - 2004, includes; correspondence regarding financial support and organisation of the events.

Reference: D/J1/B/A/14

Date: August 3rd 1999 - May 30th 2003

Will and Testament of John Le Couteur of Belle Vue, St Brelade, F.R.S., Viscount of Jersey, Aide de Camp to Her Majesty the Queen and Adjutant General of the Royal Jersey Militia. Dated 18/03/1857. Bequeaths to John Halkett Le Couteur a number of family heirlooms including the great seal, in silver, of the island of Curaçao, various items in silver presented by the States of Jersey and Guernsey, a gold coronation medal presented by King William IV, a gold coronation medal presented by Queen Victoria, a silver Medaille d'Honneur presented by the Academie de l'Industrie, Agricole, Manufacturière et Commerciale (1838), a silver medal from the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (1840), a bronze prize of the Great Exhibition (1851), an Enfield rifle (1852) and the following paintings; 'Charles I' by Peters, 'The Bacchanalian' by Etty, 'The Girl with Dove' by Baillif of Paris, 'The Girl' by Grouse, two Morlands, two views in Italy by Wilson, 'The Girl' by Gainsborough, three watercolours of Waterloo by Heath. To Ann Luce, Allimcot Cottage. Codicil added 16/03/1868. Bequeaths to Harriet Le Couteur and Mary Sumner Belgian stock. Desires his landed property and Fief d'Orville et du Prieur to be divided according to Jersey law. Codicil added 04/02/1873. Records the death of his wife and John Halkett Le Couteur, his son. Bequeaths to the Reverend Harry Le Couteur Sumner the Fief d'Orville et du Prieur upon which stands St Peter's Church. Codicil added 25/02/1873. Bequeaths to Harry Le Couteur a Russian prayer book obtained by the testator's son at the fall of Sevastopol, and the seal and oar of Viscount of Jersey. Codicil added 26/02/1873. Bequeaths to Maude Sumner the 'Intellectual Observer and the Student', to Blanche Sumner 'Illustration Harticole'.

Reference: D/Y/A/39/1

Date: January 4th 1876 - January 4th 1876

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