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Societies incorporated by Act of the States of Jersey: Jersey Blind Society including a list of rules, subscribers and committee members
Date: 1940 - 1941
Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: auditors' reports; Royal Sanitary Institute annual congress; absences from militia training camp; T B Davis' offer to build a hall at Victoria College and gift of portrait of George V; the British Union of Fascists; use of the Royal arms in the new Forum cinema; petition of the British Women's Temperance Association; annual report on the militia; resolutions of the Chamber of Commerce on colporters and the airport; Globocapital Corporation; import duties; civil registration; Jersey Free Church Council resolutions; Jersey Blind Society petition for incorporation; lotteries; Jersey Housing Association on the lack of workmen's houses; Cyril Raymond Baker's petition concerning his garage business; Jersey Schools Trust concerning Jersey College for Girls; petition of the Jersey Waiters Association; agreement relating to telephones; the Workmen's Compensation Act
Date: 22 January 1932 - 21 December 1935
Date: 11 August 1992
Testament of Ann Elisa Cavey, Aldworth, 26 New Street, St Helier. Dated 28 July 1897. Desires to be buried in Mont-a- l'Abbé cemetery. Bequeaths £100 for a stained window to be placed in St Helier church in memory of her husband; to the Jersey Female Orphans Home £200; to the Victoria Cottage Homes £1,000; to the Jersey General Dispensary £100; to the Jersey General Infirmary £100; to the poor of St Helier £100; to the Jersey Industrial School £100; to the Jersey National School £100; to the Jersey Society for the Education of the Blind £100; to the Jersey Home for Infirm & Aged Women £100. Codicil added 7 December 1897 Codicil added 19 March 1903. Reduces the bequest to the Victoria Cottage Homes to £600. Codicil added 8 March 1905 Codicil added 30 November 1907
Date: 14 January 1908
Testament of Blanche St Aubyn Dumaresq, Bagnoles, Havre des Pas, St Helier, spinster. Dated 16 June 1897. Bequeaths to St Lukes Church £100; to St Lukes Schools £100; to the Jersey Blind Society £100; to the Jersey Dispensary £100; to the UK Beneficent Association £50. Codicil added 19 October 1901 Codicil added 10 October 1906 Includes list of bequests of jewellery
Date: 23 February 1909
Testament of Snowdon Robin, Platte Rocque, La Rocque, Grouville. Dated 3 August 1911. Bequeaths to the Jersey General Dispensary £100; to The Home for Infirm & Aged Women £100; to The Jersey Female Orphans Home £100; to The Jersey Home for Boys £100; to The Jersey Blind Society £100. Codicil added 29 August 1912
Date: 8 December 1914
Will and Testament of Amanda Sophia Jane La Forge, Leighton, St Aubins Road, St Helier, widow of Henry Le Neveu Ahier. Dated 25 June 1915. Bequeaths to Marie Andrews De Faye and Adele De Faye the property Leighton; to the Dumb Friends League, London £300; to the JSPCA £500; to The Home for Infirm & Aged Women £100; to the Shipwrecked Fishermen & Mariners Royal Benevolent Society £100; to the Jersey General Dispensary £100; to the Jersey Society for the Blind £100; to the Dean of Jersey £50 for poor children: to the Alexandra Hospital for children suffering from hip disease, London £200; to the Quiver Mission Boat Fund £200; residue of personal estate in equal shares to the Jersey General Dispensary and Alexandra Hospital, London. Codicil added 2 February 1917. Revokes the legacy to the Quiver Mission Boat Fund.
Date: 16 October 1917
Will and Testament of Maria Lydia Roy, La Rosiere, St Mary, widow of Charles Jeune. Dated 19 February 1918. Bequeaths to The National Childrens Home and Orphanage £10; to The Foreign Missions of the Wesleyan Methodist Society £10; to The Internal Missions of the said Society £10; to Bethlehem Chapel £10; to The Fund of the Circuit Français in Jersey of The Methodist Wesleyan Society £10; to Florence Jeune the piece of land called La Butiere, St Brelade. Codicil added 13 May 1920. Bequeaths to the National Childrens Home and Orphanage and The Foreign and Internal Methodist Societies an additional sum of £15 each. Bequeaths to the Wornout Ministers Fund of the Wesleyan Methodist Society £25; to the Funds of the Circuit Français of the Wesleyan Methodist Church; to the Jersey Blind Society £5; to Emmeline Le Rossignol the property La Rosiere, St Mary, for life. Codicil added 13 November 1920. Bequeaths to Emmeline Le Rossignol the piece of land called La Butiere.
Date: 21 December 1920
Testament of Adolphus Coutanche, Mansfield, Roseville Street, Notary Public. Dated 12 May 1920. Codicil added 12 November 1920. Bequeaths £10 to each of the following: Jersey General Dispensary, Jersey Blind Society, Old Womens Home and the Deserving Poor of St Luke's Parish. Codicil added 13 December 1920. Expresses a desire that Alexander Moncrieff Coutanche should have Hill Street Chambers and John Keith Finlayson should have Roseneath. Includes a list of bequests of personal effects.
Date: 15 March 1921
Will and Testament of Philippe Le Boutillier, St Mary. Dated 19 April 1919. Desires to be buried in the cemetery of the Wesleyan Chapel, St Ouen. Bequeaths to the Sunday School of the Wesleyan Chapel, St Ouen £10; to the National Childrens Home & Orphanage £10; to the Foreign Missions of the Wesleyan Methodist Church £20; to the Interior Missions of the Wesleyan Methodist Church £20; to the Maison des Enfants, Paris, £10; to the Evangelical Union of South America £10; to the Jersey Blind Society £10. Codicil added 13 December 1919
Date: 20 June 1921
Will and Testament of Mary Ann Le Brun, 66 Great Union Road, St Helier. Dated 28 March 1922. Bequeaths to The Home for Aged & Infirm Women 5 bonds of the value of £100; to Dr Barnardos Homes 5 bonds of the value of £100; to the Primitive Methodist Chapel £150; to The Jersey Society for the Blind £100; to the Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews £50.
Date: 11 June 1922
Testament of Georgiana Elizabeth Poingdestre, Sandybrook, St Peter. Dated 29 March 1921. Bequeaths to Laura Clement the Armorial of Jersey; to Harry Godfray Hind the ''Wallop'' crest in box; to Clara Le Rossignol the Illustrated Bible in three volumes, Websters dictionary, Gazetteer, French and English dictionary, two cookery books by Mrs Marshall, six volumes of Thomsons Gardeners Assistant and nine volumes of ''The Horse'' by J Wortley Axe; to George Philip Crill a set of Molière's works; to Sydney George Crill a set of books ''Galerie du Musée de France''. Codicil added 4 April 1921 Codicil added 20 May 1922. Bequeaths to the Jersey Blind Society £50; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £50.
Date: 8 August 1922
Testament of Esther Frances de Quetteville, Holland House, St Helier. Dated 9 June 1909. Bequeaths to The Jersey Blind Society £50; to The Home for Infirm & Aged Women £50; to the Rector and Constable of St Brelade £50 for the upkeep of the grave of Girard de Quetteville. Codicil added 8 December 1911 Codicil added 15 February 1915. Bequeaths £100 to be shared between the Jersey Blind Society and The Home for Infirm & Aged Women as well as their previous legacies.
Date: 16 October 1922
Testament of Herbert Ridout, 5 Stopford Road, St Helier. Dated 15 May 1912. Desires to be buried in St Saviours Cemetery if he dies in Jersey and in Heavitree Churchyard, Exeter if he dies in England. Bequeaths all personal clothing and all books in Braille to The Jersey Blind Society; to the UK Beneficent Society £100; to the Jersey YMCA £10; to The National Lending Library for the Blind, London £10. Codicil added 15 May 1912. Bequeaths an additional £100 to the UK Beneficent Society. Codicil added 22 May 1916. Decreases the legacy to the UK Beneficent Society to £100, annuls the legacies to the YMCA and the legacy of clothing to The Jersey Blind Society.
Date: 5 January 1923
Testament of Joseph Henry Pinney, 37 Royal Parade. Dated 9 June 1922. Bequeaths 2/5 of residue of personal estate to St Andrews Church; 1/5 to The Jersey Blind Society; 1/5 to the Jersey General Dispensary and 1/5 to Dr Barnardos Homes. Codicil added 10 June 1922 Codicil added 14 July 1922
Date: 24 March 1923
Testament of Caroline Victoria Porter, Verona, La Rocque, spinster. Dated 11 October 1921. Bequeaths to the Jersey Blind Society £5; to the Shaftesbury Society, London £5.
Date: 8 October 1923