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Charitable and Welfare Societies: Home for Infirm and Aged Women, 17 Regent Road, including annual report
Date: 1940 - 1941
Registration card of Adele Françoise Hostingue, née Creze, of Home for the Infirm and Aged, 17, Regent Road, St Helier, born 22/04/1873
Date: 4 February 1941
Blue registration form of Adele Françoise Hostingue, née Creze, of Home for the Infirm and Aged, 17, Regent Road, St Helier, born 22/04/1873
Date: 4 February 1941
Testament of Caroline Helen Bradley of Grouville, now of St Brelade. Dated 24/03/1875. Bequeaths to the poor of St Brelade 10 shillings. After the death of Margaret Isabel Chaplin bequeaths to the Jersey General Hospital, Home for Infirm and Aged Women, Jersey Female Orphans Home and the Jersey Industrial School for Boys £25 each. Codicil added 17/11/1879. Codicil added 25/11/1879.
Date: 24 December 1879
Will and Testament of Mary Ann Cobb of 6, Wellington Villas, Stopford Road, St Helier, widow. Dated 13/08/1880. Bequeaths to the Jersey Branch of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals £100, to the Infirm and Aged Women's Home £100, to the Jersey General Dispensary £100, to the Sustentation Fund of the Dispensary £100, to the St Helier Ragged School £100, to the Church of England Ragged School £50, to the Jersey Dorcas Society £50, to the St Helier Benevolent and Strangers Friend Society £50, to the Church Pastoral Aid Society £50, to the St Helier Bible and Domestic Female Mission £50, to the new Truss Fund for the Jersey General Dispensary £100. Residue of real and personal estate to the National Life Boat Institution. Codicil added 28/08/1880.
Date: 30 October 1880
Testament of Amelia Winter Simon née Anderson of Longueville Manor, St Saviour, widow. Dated 9/2/1888. Bequeaths, if both her children die before the age of 21, £16,000 in equal shares between; the Jersey General Dispensary and Infirmary, the Jersey Female Orphans Home, The Home for Infirm and Aged Women, the Benefit Society of the Merchant Seamen, the Jersey Industrial School for Boys. Also 3m Camera Cards of the Testament of A.W Simon.
Date: 8 April 1891
Testament of Marie Anne Renouf of St Helier, widow of Philippe Le Cornu. Dated 19/8/1892. Bequeaths to the Orphanage of Grouville £30, to the Industrial School at Gorey £30, to the Home for Infirm and Aged Women £30, to the Wesleyan Methodist Society Foreign Missions £30, to the W.M.S Home Missions £30, to the poor of Grove Place Chapel £20, to the Widows Fund of the W.M.S £20.
Date: 3 October 1892
Testament of Amelia Le Quesne of 'Bon Air', Mont-à-l'Abbé, St Helier, widow of Colonel Alfred Le Gallais. Dated 26/6/1893. Bequeaths to the Home for Infirm and Aged Women £10, to the treasurer of the said home £10 to be spent on strawberries in the summer and cakes and sweets in the winter. For the benefit of the Jersey General Dispensary £10. To the General Dispensary £20, to the London Society for the Relief of the Blind £10.
Date: 13 February 1894
Testament of William Bosdet of Clarendon Villa, Clarendon Road, St Helier. Dated 26/4/1894. Desires to be buried in Green Street Cemetery. Bequeaths to the Jersey Female Orphans Home £100, to the Infirm and Aged Women £50, to the Jersey General Dispensary £50, to Elizabeth Jane Martel, Shakespeare in 3 Volumes, to Henry De Carteret Bosdet the Penny Encyclopedia, to John L'Amy a large bible in 3 Vols, to the Société Jersiaise any items they may wish for the Museum.
Date: 15 September 1894
Will and Testament of James Hamon of St Brelade, now of St Helier. Dated 24/9/1890. Bequeaths to the 'Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners Society' £50, to the Home for Infirm and Aged Women £50, to the school attached to St Simon's Church, St Helier £50, to the Orphanage £50, to the Jersey General Dispensary £50.
Date: 7 November 1894
Will and Testament of Edouard Orange of St Brelade. Dated 09/02/1889. Bequeaths to the poor of St Brelade £20, to the Jersey Female Orphans Home £100, to the Jersey General Dispensary, Sustentation Fund (Dispensary) and Home for Infirm & Aged Women £20 each.
Date: 21 February 1898
Testament of Jane Rebecca Le Couteur of 2, St Mark's Crescent, St Helier. Dated 02/02/1900. Should her sisters predecease her, bequeaths to the British & Foreign Bible Society, Church Missionary Society, Society for Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews, Irish Church Missionary Society, Jersey Home for Infirm and Aged Women, Jersey Female Orphans Home, Jersey General Dispensary, Dr Barnado's Home, London, Mr Spurgeon's Orphanage and the London & South Western Railway Company's Widows and Orphans Fund £50 each.
Date: 17 January 1901
Date: 29 June 1903
Testament of Julia Le Couteur, St Helier. Dated 17 October 1905. Bequeaths to the Jersey Female Orphans Home £10; to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women £10; to Dr Barnardos Home £10; to the British & Foreign Bible Society £10 and to the Presbyterian Church, Midvale Road £10.
Date: 7 November 1905
Testament of Marie Anne Coutanche, 42 Belmont Road, St Helier, widow of James Le Blancq. Dated 7 January 1903. Bequeaths to the Home for Aged & Infirm Women £3.
Date: 29 November 1905
Testament of Tom Luce, 7 Wellington Villas, Stopford Road, St Helier. Dated 5 September 1906. Bequeaths money on trust for the following institutions: £2000 to be applied to purchase consoles on behalf of the Jersey Benevolent & Strangers Friends Society; £2000 on behalf of the Jersey Female Orphans Home; £500 on behalf of La Crèche,; £500 on behalf of the Home for Infirm & Aged Women; £500 on behalf of Dr Barnardos Home, Jersey.
Date: 18 September 1907
Testament of Mary Ann de Ste Croix. Dated 20 July 1896. Bequeaths to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women £10.
Date: 17 January 1908
Will and Testament of Charles George Renouf, Linden Villa, St Helier. Dated 23 October 1907. Bequeaths to Charles Stephen Renouf the properties 11 King Street and 14 Place Royale, St Helier, Linden Villa, 29 St Saviour's Road and 38 St Saviour's Road; to Annie Georgina Renouf the properties 33 Halkett Place, St Helier, and Albion House, St Helier; to the Jersey Home for Boys £100; to the Jersey Female Orphans Home £100; to the Victoria Cottage Homes £100; to the Jersey General Dispensary £20; to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women £30; to the Jersey Refuge Association or House of Help £20.
Date: 7 April 1908