K. H. J. O. Hayes
Introduction
Kevin H. J. O'Connell Hayes
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) Bimbashi, Sudan Defence Force
(b) 1943-1945 Police Magistrate, Khartoum
(c) 1945-1947 Judge of the High Court, El Obeid
(d) 1947-1952 Judge of the High Court, Khartoum
(e) 1952-1953 Judge of the High Court, Kordofan
(f) 1953-1955 Post-retirement
2. Personal Papers
3. Diaries
4. Lectures, Books
5. Photographic Material
(a) Historical
(b) Official occasions
(c) Personal
6. Maps
7. Newspaper Cuttings & Press Releases
(a) Newspaper Cuttings
(b) Press Releases
8. Miscellanea
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: K. H. J. O. Hayes
Dates of creation: 1899-1965
Extent: 2 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: K. H. J. O. Hayes
Language: English

Kevin H. J. O'Connell Hayes

(1903-[1980s?])

1939-1942 English-Speaking Clerk, Khartoum and Lecturer in the Law School
1942-1943Bimbashi, Sudan Defence Force
1943-1945Police Magistrate, Khartoum
1945-1947Judge of the High Court, El Obeid
1947-1952Judge of the High Court, Khartoum
1952-1953Judge of the High Court, Kordofan


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
(a) 1942-1943 Bimbashi, Sudan Defence Force
(b) 1943-1945 Police Magistrate, Khartoum
(c) 1945-1947 Judge of the High Court, El Obeid
(d) 1947-1952 Judge of the High Court, Khartoum
(e) 1952-1953 Judge of the High Court, Kordofan
(f) 1953-1955 Post-retirement
2. Personal Papers
3. Diaries
4. Lectures
5. Photographic Material
6. Maps
7. Newspaper Cuttings and Press Releases
8. Miscellanea

Accession details

Presented by K. H. J. O. Hayes, 1987

Handlist
1. Official Papers
(a) Bimbashi, Sudan Defence Force
SAD.965/3/75-76
1941
Leaflet containing Haile Selassie's call to revolt against the Italians which was drawn up by George Steer of The Times and dropped in Ethiopia by the RAF
Amharic
SAD.965/3/77-79
1941 Jul 14
Report by Rev Henri Ph. Junod, Honorary Delegate of the International Committee of the Red Cross, entitled “Report of the organisation of relief in Asmara under the auspices of the International Red Cross and with the help of the American Red Cross”
SAD.959/12/1
1943 Jan 31
Draft memorandum from the Adjutant of the Sudan Defence Force to [K. H. J. O. Hayes] requesting Hayes to examine five prisoners in preparation for a court martial
SAD.959/12/2-4
1943 Mar 24
Telegram from Cairo concerning military intelligence on the progress of the Second World War in North Africa and Europe
(b) 1943-1945 Police Magistrate, Khartoum
SAD.965/3/1-2
[ca. 1940s]
Sudan Civil Service. General information for candidates
SAD.959/12/5
1944 Jan 1
Note from Hayes on the possible establishment of a probation system in the Sudan
SAD.959/12/6-12
1944 Aug 18
Letter from Hayes to W. O'B. Lindsay, Judge of the High Court, Khartoum, relating changes he had implemented as Police Magistrate. Enclosure:
SAD.959/12/8-12
1944 Aug 18
Note reviewing the role of the Police Magistrate
(c) 1945-1947 Judge of the High Court, El Obeid
SAD.959/12/13-41
1945 Mar 20-1947 Mar 9
Papers, mostly letters and memoranda, relating to Hayes's role as Judge of the High Court, El Obeid, including Hayes to C.H.A. Bennett, Chief Justice, criticising the plan to staff the Bench with Sudanese judges (SAD.959/12/13-16); Hayes to Father Bano, with reply, concerning the role of the local courts in dealing with the question of Catholic marriages in Southern Sudan (SAD.959/12/26-27); Robertson to T.P. Creed, Legal Secretary, with reply, and Hayes to Creed, regarding the question of live burials in the Talodi Sub-District (SAD.959/12/32-37). Enclosures:
SAD.959/12/17-18
1946 Jan 1
Printed circular, with covering letter, from the Civil Secretary, J. W. Robertson to all Governors and Heads of Department, concerning the role of British officials in furthering Sudanisation
SAD.959/12/19-25
1946 Apr
Report by C.W. Beer on the Colonial Services Conference in Oxford, with covering letter from J.W. Robertson to C.C.G. Cumings, Legal Secretary
SAD.959/12/28-31
1946 Aug 15
Note by Hayes on censorship of staff mail
SAD.959/12/38
1947 Feb 4
Note by E. Campbell, Governor of Kordofan Province entitled “Live burials in Talodi sub-district”
SAD.959/12/39-41
1947 Mar 9
Judgement by Hayes on a case relating to female circumcision in Talodi, with covering letter from Hayes to T.P. Creed, Legal Secretary
(d) 1947-1952 Judge of the High Court, Khartoum
SAD.959/13/1-30
1948 Mar 6-1950 Dec 28
Papers, mostly letters and memoranda, relating to Hayes's role as Judge of the High Court, Khartoum, including Hayes to T.A. Maclagan, Chief Justice, concerning a litigation case (SAD.959/13/1); Hayes to C.C.G. Cumings, Legal Secretary, concerning the future of the Legal Department, in particular the question of the separation of the judiciary and executive (SAD.959/13/2-3); Hayes to Cumings concerning the administration of clerks in the Legal Department (SAD.959/13/5); Maclagan to Hayes regarding the need for more resources for the administration of the prisons (SAD.959/13/6); [Hayes?] to Cumings concerning the effect of raising the salaries of the poorest Sudanese officials (SAD.959/13/10-11); J. Bodilly, Police Magistrate, to Hayes, regarding interference by the civil administration in a judicial case, with comments by Hayes (SAD.959/13/12-15); W. O'B. Lindsay to Hayes, with reply, regarding Hayes's refusal to action a death sentence (SAD.959/13/16-19); notes and letters between Hayes, Lindsay and E.J.N. Wallis, Governor Khartoum concerning the reform of the administration of the police in Khartoum (SAD.959/13/20-23); Lindsay to Hayes, with reply, concerning the transfer of judicial powers and functions from the Governor-General to the Chief Justice (SAD.959/13/24-26). Enclosures:
SAD.959/13/4
1949 Jan 3
General note from a senior member of the Legal Department expressing his opinion on the future of that department
SAD.959/13/7-8
1949 Feb 10
Note by Hayes on proposals for juvenile criminals
SAD.959/13/9
1949 Mar 3
Note by [J. W. Robertson?] concerning the difficulties faced by British officials in meeting the cost of living in the Sudan
SAD.959/13/28-30
1950 Dec 25-28
Notes by W.O'B. Lindsay and Hayes concerning a proposal to form a Judicial Bench to facilitate the absorption of local courts into the state judicial system
SAD.959/13/31-103
1951 Jan 2-1952 Mar 15
Papers, mostly letters and memoranda, relating to Hayes's role as Judge of the High Court, Khartoum, including correspondence from Hayes to Lindsay concerning a proposal to form a Judicial Bench to facilitate the absorption of local courts into the state judicial system (SAD.959/13/31-32); Hayes to Lindsay and Cumings concerning the abolition of the Khartoum circuit and the transfer of functions to senior judges (SAD.959/13/33-36,38-39); Hayes to Lindsay, enclosing correspondence from Hayes to N. Innes (Assistant Civil Secretary, Prisons), with reply, Innes to Lindsay, W. C. McDowall to Hayes and Hayes to Lindsay regarding poor discipline in [Kobar?] prison (SAD.959/13/45-56); [Hayes?] to [Mahjub `Uthman Ishaq?] re the requirement for an independent judiciary in the Sudan (SAD.959/13/58); Hayes to Lindsay concerning delays in case proceedings in Khartoum (SAD.959/13/59); Hayes to Cummings commenting on the causes of the police mutiny in Khartoum (SAD.959/13/61-63); Hayes to A.A. Duff, with reply, concerning the correct jurisdiction over divorce cases involving Greek Catholics resident in the Sudan (SAD.959/13/64-65); Hayes to a District Judge, reprimanding him over his conduct with a woman (SAD.959/13/66); Hayes to Cumings, offering criticisms of the Mills Report and its effect on the salaries of judges (SAD.959/13/67-68,77-79,98); Hayes to E.H. Nightingale, with reply, concerning Hayes's interest in applying for the position of Judge of the High Court, Kordofan (SAD.959/13/70-71); Hayes to Lindsay re a comparative examination of judicial administration in the Three Towns (Khartoum, North Khartoum and Omdurman) (SAD.959/13/74-76) and concerning the legal position of British officials in the event of constitutional change in the Sudan (SAD.959/13/80-87); Hayes to C.J. Treadwell, with replies, Treadwell to C.M. Coutts, with replies and Hayes to Cumings re a controversy over the publication of leaked information prior to a trial (SAD.959/13/88-96); Hayes to Lindsay, with reply, concerning comments on the latter's draft chapter on the judiciary for the new constitution (SAD.959/13/97); al-Nabil al-Husain to Hayes concerning his reasons for refusing to release funds for the Defence Scheme (SAD.959/13/99); Lindsay to Hayes regarding misunderstandings between the police and the magistracy over the correct policy in dealing with public disturbances (SAD.959/13/100). Enclosures:
SAD.959/13/37
1951 Jan 13
Table of the numbers of cases tried in the Khartoum Court between 1917 and 1950
SAD.959/13/42-44
1951 Feb 15
Note by W. O'B. Lindsay entitled “Criminal Court Circular No. 7: Admissibility of statements by accused recorded in case diaries”, with comments by Hayes
SAD.959/13/57
1951 Apr 16
Note by Hayes entitled “The rule of law and the independence of the courts”
SAD.959/13/60
1951 May 1
Note by Hayes concerning the proposal to form a Judicial Bench to facilitate the absorption of local courts into the state judicial system
SAD.959/13/69
1951 Sep 4
Note by Hayes on the effect of the Mills proposals on emoluments of a Judge of the High Court
SAD.959/13/80-87
1951 Nov 13
Note by J. G. Mavrogordato, Legal Counsel, entitled “Note on the legal effect of constitutional changes on the contracts of serving officials of the Sudan Government”, with extracts from the Legal Secretary's submission to the Mills Commission, and the Milner Report and covering letter from Cumings to the Secretary of the Executive Council
SAD.959/13/101-103
n.d. [1951?]
Note by Hayes concerning the rights of landlords when evicting tenants
(e) 1952-1953 Judge of the High Court, Kordofan
SAD.965/1/1-35
1952 Apr 9-Dec 31
Papers, mostly letters and memoranda, relating to Hayes's role as Judge of the High Court, Khartoum, including Hayes to Cumings expressing his opinions on the Khartoum Circuit (SAD.965/1/1-2); Archimandrite C. Haggar to Hayes, with reply, concerning the ownership of land in El Obeid by the Greek Catholic Church under the Land Settlement and Registration Ordinance, 25 (SAD.965/1/3-4); Hayes to Husain Effendi `Uthman concerning an eviction order signed by `Uthman without authority (SAD.965/1/7); Maximos IV, Patriarch of Antioch, to Hayes, with reply, Hayes to members of the Catholic Union, to Father Emilianos and to Haggar, regarding the decision to end the Catholic Union's control over the Church in El Obeid and restore the power of the ecclesiastical authorities in temporal and spiritual matters (SAD.965/1/8-10,25-26,30-35); Lindsay to D. Lomax concerning the question of the retention of British judges following independence for the Sudan (SAD.965/1/11); Father Emile to J. Robertson, Civil Secretary concerning the appointment of a priest to provide spiritual assistance for the Catholic community in Kadugli (SAD.965/1/12); G. Hawkesworth, Governor of Kordofan, to Hayes regarding the conviction of Shaykh Hassan Abbu and the removal of his magisterial powers (SAD.965/1/13); D. Hawley to Hayes re the proposal to call Sudanese District Judges to the bar in England (SAD.965/1/14-15); M.A. Abu Rennat to Sir Robert Howe and Hayes to Babiker Awadalla and Lomax on changes to the judiciary under the self-government statute (SAD.965/1/18-20,23); Hayes to Hawley, with reply, complaining about the failure to keep the Judiciary informed of political developments (SAD.965/1/21,24); J.W. Robertson to senior officials concerning rumours of the deliberate stalling of talks between Britain and the Sudan Government over independence (SAD.965/1/27-29). Enclosure:
SAD.965/1/5-6
1952 Feb 12 & Mar 3
Copies of certificates of search proving land ownership for the Greek Catholic Church in El Obeid
SAD.965/4/1-43
1952 Nov 13
Note by J. G. Mavrogordato commenting on the draft self-government statute for the Sudan, with the following attached documents:
SAD.965/4/3-5
1952 Nov
“Agreement between the Egyptian Government and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, concerning self-government and self-determination for the Sudan”
SAD.965/4/6-7
1952 Nov
Agreed minutes concerning the appointment of an Under-Secretary in the Sudan, and the exercise of the Governor-General's functions during his absence from the Sudan
SAD.965/4/8-11
1953 Feb 12
Correspondence between General Muhammad Najib, President of the Council of Ministers in Egypt, and Sir R.S. Stevenson, British Embassy, concerning the placing of commercial transactions undertaken by the Sudan Government and which have bearing on its foreign policy, under the heading of “External Affairs”
SAD.965/4/12-18
1952 Nov
Annexes to the draft agreement including terms of references of the Governor-General's Commission; the Electoral Commission; the Sudanisation Committee; and amendments to be made to the draft statute
SAD.965/4/19-27
1952 Nov
Note from the Egyptian Government to the British Government concerning self-government and self-determination for the Sudan
SAD.965/4/28-29
1952 Oct 26
Proposed amendments to the Constitution of the Sudan, as discussed by two sub-committees meeting in the P.M.'s office
SAD.965/4/30-37
1952 Nov 3
Copy agreement between the Egyptian Government and the Socialist Republican Party on self-government for the Sudan, with appendices concerning amendments to the draft consitution, list of constituencies for which elections are not praticable for the House of Representatives, and objections to suggestions agreed between the Egyptian Government and the Umma Party
SAD.965/4/38-40
1952 Nov 27
Note on the proposals submitted by General Najib to Sir R.S. Stevenson concerning the self-government statute for the Sudan
SAD.965/4/41-43
1952 Nov 27
Table entitled “Comparison of Egyptian note of 2nd November with the agreements signed with the Umma and Socialist Republican Parties in Cairo”
SAD.965/2/1-55
1953 Jan 1-1953 May 2
Papers, mostly letters and memoranda, relating to Hayes's role as Judge of the High Court, Khartoum, including Hayes to Mikhail Masria, with reply, and Maximos IV, Patriarch of Antioch to Hayes re the decision to end the Catholic Union's control over the Church in El Obeid and restore the power of the ecclesiastical authorities in temporal and spiritual matters (SAD.965/2/1-3,8-9); Hayes to Ismail Effendi, apologising for his mistreatment of a traffic inspector at Khartoum Station (SAD.965/2/4-5); C. Haggar to Hayes, with reply, and Hayes to Mikhail Masria concerning financial assistance for the Catholic priest and his church in El Obeid (SAD.965/2/6-7,10,14-16); J.W. Robertson to senior staff on the position of British officials in the Sudan in the light of negotiations over self-determination (SAD.965/2/11-13); Hayes to Cumings, with replies, Lindsay to Hayes, Hayes to A.C .[Beaton?], with reply, re Hayes's application to become the Attorney General (SAD.965/2/18-19,21-26,33); [Hayes] to `Abd al-Magid Effendi Hasan and al-Rayah al-Amin, concerning the trial of a Sudanese man for assault on the Secretary of the Labourers' Club (SAD.965/2/27,31-32); Hayes to Robertson and Geoffrey [Hawkesworth] on the grievances of British officials over their future positions (SAD.965/2/35-36,45); Hayes to Lindsay regarding the suitability of Babikr Awadalla, and the future of the Attorney Generalship (SAD.965/2/39); Hayes to C. Hollis M.P., with reply, on the position of British civil servants in the Sudan, and the leaked publication of Hayes's views to the Daily Telegraph (SAD.965/2/40-41,43,47-48,51,54); J. Bodilly to Hayes, with reply, concerning a meeting of senior judges to discuss the future of British judges in the Sudan (SAD.965/2/44,46,49). Enclosures:
SAD.965/2/28-30
1953 Feb 27 & Mar 13
Note and sentence by Hayes on the trial of a Sudanese man for assault on the Secretary of the Labourers' Club
SAD.965/2/34
1953 Feb 28
Handwritten receipt for a cheque from Hayes on behalf of the Committee of the Catholic Church in El Obeid
SAD.965/2/37-38
1953 Mar 26
Note by Hayes, entitled “The future of British civil servants in the Sudan”
SAD.965/2/52-53
1953 Apr 30
Note by Hayes relating to the development of criminal courts for the independent Sudan
SAD.965/2/55
[1953?]
Note by the Qadi concerning Hawazma marriages in Kordofan Province
SAD.965/3/82-85
[ca. 1950s]
Specimen legal form for setting out the charge and sentence at a major or minor court
(f) 1953-1955 Post-retirement
SAD.965/2/56-83
1953 Oct-1955 Apr 1
Papers, mostly letters and memoranda, following Hayes's retirement from the Sudan Judiciary, including D. Lomax , Muhammad al-Mubarak Babikr, D. Hawley, M.G. Ionidos, Hayes to the Editor of The Times, and M.A Abu Rennat, all concerning the progress of Sudanisation and British officials leaving the Sudan (SAD.965/2/60-70,75,80). Enclosures:
SAD.965/2/56-59
[Oct 1953]
Note by D. Hawley on the current state of public security and justice in the Three Towns, including Appendix I: note entitled “The administration of justice”, and Appendix II: table entitled “Major court trials in the years 1951/1952 and 1952/1953”
SAD.965/2/71-74
1955 Jan 14
Note from D. Hawley concerning news from Khartoum, including the progress of Sudanisation and the exodus of British officals, the split in the National Unity Party, and reports of recent legal cases
SAD.965/2/76-79
1955 Feb 18
Note from D. Hawley concerning news from Khartoum, including the progress of Sudanisation and the exodus of British officals, the state of the judiciary, the attitude of the Sudanese towards the departing British, plans for governing the country, the influence of Egypt and disturbances in Torit District
SAD.965/2/81-83
1955 Mar 25
Note from D. Hawley concerning news from Khartoum, including the progress of Sudanisation and the exodus of British officals, calls from political groups for full independence, Egyptian influence in Sudanese politics, and the state of the judiciary
2. Personal Papers
SAD.965/3/3
1942 Jul 31
Invoice for Hayes from Vassili A. Hazandras for supply of groceries
SAD.965/3/4-5
1942 Aug 29
Contract for temporary commission appointing Hayes an officer of the Sudan Defence Force
SAD.965/3/6-7
1950 Jan 31
Circular letter from A.W. Ireland and others concerning the formation of the Senior Civil Servants' Association of the Sudan
SAD.965/3/8
1950 Jun 16
Letter from the War Office, London, informing Hayes of the acceptance of his application for registration in the Army Officers' Emergency Reserve
SAD.965/3/9-10
1952 Nov 6 & 1953 Jan 31
Two employment payslips for Hayes from the Legal Department
SAD.965/3/11
1952 Dec 16
Letter from Umar al-Tinay, with a reply from Hayes offering season's greetings
SAD.965/3/12
1953 Feb 16
Letter from Sir Harold MacMichael to Hayes, reminiscing about the old days in the Sudan
SAD.965/3/13
1955 Jan
Notice of the annual general meeting of the Sudan Government British Pensioners' Association
SAD.965/3/14-32
1955 Sep 3-1965 Aug 18
Papers, mostly letters and memoranda, relating to Catholic missions in the Sudan during the first Sudanese civil war, including A.K. Helm, Governor-General, to Bishop Mazzoldi, Vicar Apostolic of the Bahr al-Jabal Catholic Church in Juba, and Colonel Hasan Bashir Nars, Commander of Troops in Juba, to Father [Montemano?], concerning the work of the Verona Fathers Mission at Torit and their assistance in saving the lives of northern Sudanese (SAD.965/3/14); Hayes to William Haley, Editor of The Times outlining his views on the religious problem in the Sudan (SAD.965/3/30). Hayes to [Hasan], denouncing the Missionary Societies Act (SAD.965/3/31); Enclosures:
SAD.965/3/15-28
1962 May
Notes on the Missionary Societies Act (1962)
3. Diaries
SAD.965/6/1-93
1940 Oct 11-1941 Nov 12
Diary of Hayes, mostly descriptions of his daily routine, his work and social activities, his work for the anti-aircraft unit and his thoughts on philosophical and theological topics as well as many references to world politics and progress of the war, and his desire for military service, but also includes his thoughts on the resignation of Sir Stewart Symes, Governor General of the Sudan (SAD.965/6/3); his disagreement with C.H.A. Bennett's view on the proclamation allowing British, Egyptian and Sudanese personnel to be recruited to the SADF (SAD.965/6/4); discussion with R.V.H. Roseveare and W. Thesiger on education (SAD.965/6/5v-6); future prospects for Ethiopia (SAD.965/6/10); entertaining Italian officer prisoners (SAD.965/6/21); dinner with Emperor Haile Selassie (SAD.965/6/33v); recapture of Kassala (SAD.965/6/36); dinner with General Catroux (SAD.965/6/40v-41); Maulid al-Nabi celebrations attended by Sayyid `Abd al-Rahman al-Mahdi and Sayyid `Ali al-Mirghani (SAD.965/6/55); establishment of the Catholic Club for Soldiers and Airmen (SAD.965/6/58v-59); trip to Kassala as part of the O.E.T.A. (SAD.965/6/63v-70); invitation to join the Legal Department (SAD.965/6/71); description of the battle of Keren (SAD.965/6/76v-77)
SAD.965/7/1-115
1941 Nov 15-1943 May 17
Diary of Hayes, mostly descriptions of his daily routine and social life, his attempts to get into the S.D.F., and his thoughts on philosophical and theological topics as well as many references to world politics and progress of the war, but also includes his appointment as a District Judge, 1st Grade (SAD.965/7/7); trip to Asmara (SAD.965/7/11v-13); visit to Hag Abdullah (SAD.965/7/18); trip to Juba to attend a court martial (SAD.965/7/24v-26v); trip to Sallom Junction to enquire into applications from Greek citizens for exemptions from conscription and visit to Handub fort and Suakin (SAD.965/7/34-39); opinion on the Graduates' Congress (SAD.965/7/43-44); visit to Port Sudan for a murder trial (SAD.965/7/45-48v); the granting by T.C. Creed of his request for transfer to the Sudan Defence Force (SAD.965/7/52-54); visit to Asmara and Gedaref (SAD.965/7/55-56); descriptions of his Sudan Defence Force work including military training in Gedaref and the Northern Training Depot in Omdurman (SAD.965/7/57,60,62v-67), commanding a patrol of thirty men to arrest a rifle thief (SAD.965/7/68-69); training with his company on the Atbara River (SAD.965/7/69-88); a march to Gedaref (SAD.965/7/88v-89); Christmas at Hag Abdullah (SAD.965/7/90-91v); holding court martials at Massawa and Asmara (SAD.965/7/94v-95); investigation into a riot in Eritrea between the Eritrean police and S.D.F. soldiers (SAD.965/6/96-98); stationed at Tokar (SAD.965/7/99-110)
SAD.965/8/1-96
1943 Jun 9-1946 Jan 12
Diary of Hayes, mostly descriptions of his daily routine, and his thoughts on philosophical and theological topics as well as many references to world politics and the progress and end of the war, but also includes an account of his time at Asmara and Massawa with his S.D.F. company (SAD.965/8/2-9); his return to the Legal Department as Police Magistrate (SAD.965/8/10v-11); trip to Cairo to arrange his wedding (SAD.965/8/12-13); visit to Palestine (SAD.965/8/13v-22); work as Judge of the High Court in Kordofan (SAD.965/8/27-45); discussion on the support of the British administration for the spread of Islam (SAD.965/8/30v); his opinions on various cases, including a case of polygamy (SAD.965/8/31-32); his unease at his first death sentence carried out as a judge (SAD.965/8/32); and his opposition to the dilution of the Bench by the appointment of Sudanese judges (SAD.965/8/35-38). Pages SAD.965/8/45-95 were written at the Acland Nursing Home in Oxford.and chiefly concern world politics.
SAD.965/9/1-66
1946 Jan 13-1952 May 6
Diary of Hayes, mostly descriptions of his daily routine and his thoughts on philosophical and theological topics as well as many references to world politics. SAD.865/9/1-25 were written in the Acland Nursing Home in Oxford where he was receiving treatment and relate mostly to world politics and comment on newspapers articles. Other subjects covered are his journey back to Khartoum (SAD.965/9/25-30v); legal work in Kordofan including cases involving live burials at Talodi (SAD.965/9/31-38v,50-65); views on missionaries at Abri and the government policy of attaching the Nuba Mountains to the Northern Sudan (SAD.965/9/32); conference in Cairo on revision of the 1936 treaty (SAD.965/9/36v-37); work as acting Advocate General in Khartoum (SAD.965/9/38v-41); political developments in Khartoum (SAD.965/9/39v-40); strike in the Gezira (SAD.965/9/41); trip to Kenya on leave (SAD.965/9/41v-47v); at Erkowit (SAD.965/9/59v-60).
4. Lectures, Books
SAD.965/3/33-55
1954 Oct 5-Nov 15
Draft copies of a talk to be given by Hayes for the BBC Arabic Service on “Justice and Security in the Sudan”, including note from Ben Arber of the BBC on the content of the planned series of talks and letters from Arber to Hayes with suggested improvements to his script
SAD.965/3/87-99
[1965]
Draft extract from Perrott, D. L. An Index of Sudanese cases on personal property tort and workmen's compensation, 1898-1964 (Khartoum, 1965)
5. Photographic Material
(a) Historical
SAD.960/4/1
1899
Egyptian Camel Corps, El Obeid
Index terms
Photograph
SAD.960/4/2
1899
Two Sudanese military regiments under the command of Brigadier J. R. O'Connell [relative of Hayes], in square formation
Index terms
Photograph
(b) Official occasions
SAD.963/3/1
1940
Group photograph of Advocates of the Law School including, back row from left to right: Ahmad Khair, Muhammad al-Mubarak Babikr, `Uthman al-Tayib; seated front, left to right: Sa`d Aqbal, K.H.J.O. Hayes, unidentified (Photo by A. Kazandjian)
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Photograph
SAD.963/3/2
1944
Group photograph of Legal Department staff. Seated, from left: D. F. Hawley (2nd), Salih Shingeiti (first Sudanese Judge of the High Court and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly) (7th), K. H. J. O. Hayes (8th), C. C. G. Cumings (10th), T. P. Creed (12th), T. A. Maclagan (14th) and J. Bodilly (16th). (Photo by A. Kazandjian)
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Photograph
SAD.963/3/3
1945
Group photograph of Law School staff including, back row from left to right: Muhammad al-Mubarak Ahmad, Ziad Arbab, Ahmad Khair, `Uthman al-Tayib, `Abd al-Ragid Imam, Ahmad al-Sayyid, al-Rayah al-Amin; front row left to right: Malik Ibrahim Malik, Babikr Awad Allah, [W.M. Farquharson?]-Lang, K.H.J.O. Hayes, Shaykh Muhammad al-Din, Muhammad al-Mubarak Babikr, Hassan `Abd al-Rahim. (Photo by London Photo Studio, Khartoum)
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Photograph
SAD.963/3/4
1947
Group photograph of Legal Department staff. Front row, 8th from left, J.G. Mavrogordato; 10th from left, C.C.G. Cumings (Photo by A. Kazandjian)
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Photograph
SAD.963/3/7
[ca.1947-1948]
Group photograph of Legal Department staff. Standing, 5th from left: D.F. Hawley. Seated left to right: Hayes, Muhammad Salih Shingeiti (first Sudanese Judge of the High Court and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly) C.C.G. Cumings, T.P. Creed (Legal Secretary) T.A. Maclagan, ? , and J. Bodilly (Photo by A. Kazandjian)
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SAD.963/3/6
[ca.1949-1950]
Group photograph of Legal Department staff. Standing, 5th from left: D.F. Hawley; seated from left: Ahmad Mitwali Atabani, J. Bodilly, J.G. Mavrogordato, C.C.G. Cumings, T.A. Maclagan, W. O'B. Lindsay and Hayes
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SAD.963/3/5
1952 Mar 3
Group photograph of the staff of the High Court of Justice, Khartoum on the occasion of the transfer of Hayes from the High Court to Kordofan High Court Circuit, including back row, right to left: Salih Atig, Muhammad `Abd al-Salam, Amin `Abd al-Aziz, `Uthman al-Tayib, Hayes, Muhammad al-Amin Gassouma, Ahmad Ibrahim al-Tijani, Husain Hasan and Rashid Nayal; middle row, right to left: `Awadalla al-Sayyid, Mahjub Sultan, Sa`id Shendi, Hasan Idris, `Ali Hamad, Salah al-Iragi, `Ali Mustafa, Mubarak Sirri, `Ali al-Tum and Husain `Uthman; front row, right to left: Mustafa Kisha, Zakaria al-Mardi, `Ali Gizouli, Bakri `Ali, Ibrahim Idris, `Add Allahi Sulayman, `Ali Ibrahim, `Abd al-Gadir Bakhit, `Ali Abd Allah, Ibrahim Umar and al-Tahir Umar; ground, right to left: Ali Awad al-Sa`id, and Mahmud Hamdi
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SAD.960/4/3
1953 Feb 2
Sir Robert Howe, Governor-General and judges at a Palace garden party, including W. O'B. Lindsay (Chief Justice), Muhammud Abul Gassim (Mufti of the Sudan), Justice D. Lomax, Justice K. H. J. O. Hayes, Justice J. R. S. Watson, Justice R. C. Stanley-Baker, Justice J. Bodilly, `Abu Bashar Hummeida (Sharia Judge of the High Court), Justice Ahmad Mitwalli al-Atabani, al-Nur al-Tingari (Sharia Judge of the High Court)
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SAD.960/4/4
1953 Feb 2
View of garden party from the top of the Palace steps, Khartoum, with the Governor-General, Sir Robert Howe standing centre
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SAD.960/4/5
1953 Feb 2
Procession of judges at a Palace garden party, Khartoum, led by D.F. Hawley (Chief Registrar) and W. O'B. Lindsay (third from right)
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SAD.960/4/6
1953 Feb 2
Governor-General, Sir Robert Howe presenting a robe of honour to a Sudanese notable at a Khartoum garden party, with Maj. Gen. R. L. Scoones, Kaid al-Amm and Sir James Robertson, Civil Secretary, standing behind
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SAD.960/4/7
1953 Feb 2
Chief Justice, W. O'B. Lindsay and Judges of the High Court, including Muhammad Ahmad `Abu Rennat, D. Lomax, J. Bodilly, J.R.S. Watson, Hayes, R.C. Stanley, W.C. McDowall, Ismail al-Atabani, and Chief Registrar, D.F. Hawley, taken at a Law Courts ceremony, Khartoum
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SAD.960/4/8
1953 Feb 2
Governor-General, Sir Robert Howe, Chief Justice, Sir W. O'B. Lindsay, and Legal Secretary, Sir Charles Cumings in the Legal Secretary's Office, Khartoum
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SAD.960/4/9
1953 Feb 2
Chief Justice, W. O'B. Lindsay (seated 4th from left), Legal Secretary, Sir Charles Cumings (seated centre) and Judges of the High Court, including Muhammad Ahmad `Abu Rennat, D. Lomax, J. Bodilly, J. R. S. Watson, K. H. J. O. Hayes , R. C. Stanley, W. C. McDowall, Ismail al-Atabani in the Court of Appeal, Khartoum. Chief Registrar, D. F. Hawley is seated below the bench.
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SAD.965/4/10
1953 Feb 2
Legal Department staff at a Law Courts ceremony, Khartoum, with Sir Charles Cumings, Legal Secretary seated centre and W. O'B. Lindsay, Chief Justice, to his right
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SAD.965/4/11
1953 Feb 2
Legal Department staff at a Law Courts ceremony, Khartoum, Seated front row, cenre is Chief Justice W. O'B. Lindsay. Chief Justice, D. F. Hawley is seated far left, 2nd row.
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SAD.960/4/12
1948
Magistrates of the Town Bench, El Obeid
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(c) Personal
SAD.960/4/13
n.d. [1945-1947]
Hayes's home, El Obeid
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SAD.960/4/14
n.d. [1947-1952]
Hayes and his wife at the entrance to their home, Khartoum
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SAD.960/4/15
1947 Feb
Hayes's servant, Bakr hanging a votive rag on a thorn bush at Gedir in Kordofan, the place from where the Mahdi started out
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SAD.960/4/16
1947 Feb
Hayes's servants Bakr and Bilad with the nazir of the Kawahla at Gedir in Kordofan
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SAD.960/4/17
1948
Hayes's staff and motorcar during a trek in Kordofan
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SAD.960/4/18
[ca. 1940s]
Nuba huts in the Nuba Mountains
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6. Maps
SAD.965/5/1
1934 Dec
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan: Sodiri (Kordofan Province), Sheet 54-H (printed on linen)
Scale 1: 250,000
Size: 47 x 65 cm
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SAD.965/5/2
1936 Jul
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan: Jebel Ed Dair (Kordofan Province), Sheet 55-M (printed on linen)
Scale 1: 250,000
Size: 47 x 65 cm
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7. Newspaper Cuttings & Press Releases
(a) Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.965/3/56-67
1940-1965 Aug 18
Press cuttings from a variety of newspapers, including the [ Abyssinian Ariel News Bulletin, nos. 1 & 2?] (SAD.965/3/56-57); letters published in The Times, from A.C.D. Parsons, Arthur J. O'Meara and Egerton Ferguson, in response to a letter from Hayes relating the story of a lady being sent in travel luggage from Ethiopia to Egypt (SAD.965/3/58-59); letters from Oliver C. Allison, Bishop of the Sudan, Patrick Wall, Conservative MP, J. Angus Gillan; Pieter Lessing and others, all relating to the effect of the 1962 Missionary Societies Act and the strained relationship between the Christian Church and the Sudanese government (SAD.965/3/60,62-66); article from the Sunday Pictorial concerning the presence of Polish dissidents spreading Communist propaganda in Italy (SAD.965/3/61); and cutting from the Sudan Star entitled The hermit and his dog (SAD.965/3/67)
(b) Press Releases
SAD.965/3/68-69
1962 Oct 23
Press release entitled “Sudan Government arrests more missionaries” describing the arrest of two Italian missionaries for the illegal baptism of two converts in the Southern Sudan
SAD.965/3/70-74
1962 Nov 25
Press release entitled “Anti-Christian persecution in South Sudan reaches final stage”, with a description of the anti-Christian campaign by the Sudan Government
8. Miscellanea
SAD.965/3/80-81
1949 Apr 6
Satirical letter, signed by "Lazarus" (presumably Hayes) concerning a cut of 25% for all service suppliers, sent to L.E. Humphreys as a contribution for publication in a local newspaper
SAD.965/3/86
1952 Nov 3
Letter in Arabic