Documents concerning the funeral of Queen Victoria including a list of the cortège and order of the procession of which Colonel Charles Philippe Le Cornu was a part

Reference: L/C/65/H/8a

Date: February 2nd 1901 - February 2nd 1901

Documents concerning the Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra including plans of the route of the procession and list of members of the procession of which Colonel Charles Philippe Le Cornu was a part

Reference: L/C/65/H/8c

Date: August 9th 1902 - August 9th 1902

Documents concerning the Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra including a carriage pass to the Dean's Yard and Cloisters of Westminster Abbey and admission passes to Westminster Abbey for Colonel Charles Philippe Le Cornu and Mrs Le Cornu

Reference: L/C/65/H/8d

Date: June 26th 1902 - June 26th 1902

Invitation from the Lord Chamberlain on behalf of their Majesties King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra to Colonel C P Le Cornu to an Afternoon Party at Windsor Castle

Reference: L/C/65/H/8e

Date: June 14th 1905 - June 14th 1905

Letter from the War Office, London to A M H Le Cornu, La Hague Manor concerning a medal awarded to the late Colonel C P Le Cornu by HM George V on the occasion of his coronation

Reference: L/C/65/H/8g

Date: August 8th 1911 - August 8th 1911

Correspondence from the War Office, London to Colonel C P Le Cornu, La Hague Manor concerning the Coronation of King George V

Reference: L/C/65/H/8f

Date: February 8th 1911 - April 19th 1911

Invitation to Colonel C P Le Cornu and Mrs Le Cornu to attend the Coronation of King George V and Queen Mary

Reference: L/C/65/H/8h

Date: June 22nd 1911 - June 22nd 1911

Certificate presented to Mrs Annie Le Cornu from the Joint Committee of the British Red Cross Society and the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England in recognition of her services during the First World War

Reference: L/C/65/H/8i

Date: 1914 - 1919

Extract from the Royal Court of the pledge of homage from Charles Lambert Helleur Le Cornu to George V for the Fief de la Hague - signed by George V

Reference: L/C/65/H/9a

Date: 1921 - 1921

Documents concerning the Royal Visit of King George V and Queen Mary to the Channel Islands, includes programmes, invitaitons to the Le Cornu Family of La Hague, dinner menu and dance card

Reference: L/C/65/H/9b

Date: April 30th 1921 - June 30th 1921

Newspaper and Magazine Articles concerning the Royal Visit of King George V and Queen Mary to the Channel Islands

Reference: L/C/65/H/9c

Date: 1921 - 1921

Handwritten copy of the text ' How a First Lieutenant took the British Island of Jersey' translated by M Le C

Reference: L/C/65/H/10

Date: 1940 - 1940

Letter to Miss M E Le Cornu, La Hague Manor, St Peter from the Greffier of the States of Jersey informing her that the Department of Essential Commodities have requisitioned La Hague Manor and it's outbuildings

Reference: L/C/65/J/1

Date: January 7th 1941 - January 7th 1941

Letter to Miss Margaret E Le Cornu, Les Niemes, St Peter from the Inselkommandantur informing her that the German Forces do not currently require La Hague Manor and therefore have no objection to her living there

Reference: L/C/65/J/2

Date: April 21st 1941 - April 21st 1941

Correspondence to Miss Le Cornu, La Hague Manor informing her that La Hague Manor is needed for the German Forces and therefore is requisitioned again

Reference: L/C/65/J/3

Date: June 27th 1941 - June 28th 1941

Notification from the Department of Essential Commodities to Miss Le Cornu, La Hague Manor informing her of the requisition of the following property; Le Parc, South Park - Douet, The Paddock, La Garenne, and La Montaigne

Reference: L/C/65/J/4

Date: June 30th 1942 - June 30th 1942

Requisition order for Gargate House, St Peter owned by Miss Le Cornu

Reference: L/C/65/J/5

Date: November 7th 1942 - November 7th 1942

Correspondence concerning the requisition of the meadow at Gargate Mill by the German Forces from Miss Margaret Le Cornu

Reference: L/C/65/J/6

Date: May 17th 1943 - May 20th 1943

Correspondence concerning the requisition of land at La Hague Manor, St Peter owned by Miss Margaret Le Cornu

Reference: L/C/65/J/7

Date: June 21st 1944 - June 24th 1944

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