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Correspondence relating to church property, clergy pensions, acts, pews, the Church Assembly, ecclesiastical districts, clergy discipline act, United Methodist Church Bill, and All Saints, Gouray, St James, St Saviour's and St Mark's Churches
Date: 19 September 1868 - 1 November 1977
Date: 6 June 1917 - 1 July 1944
Date: 11 September 1944 - 30 December 1954
Date: 3 February 1955 - 31 October 1970
Date: June 1917 - December 1951
Date: February 1952 - April 1967
Date: April 1967 - December 1988
Photograph album of buildings of historical significance in St Helier taken by Planning and Building Services
Date: 1964 - 1982
Survey of St Helier Churches and Chapels, includes; a brief history of Christianity in Jersey, a map showing the position of churches and chapels in inner St Helier, a table of the surviving Religious Buildings in Jersey with details of name, place, date opened, denomination and notes, photographs of the buildings, both recent and historic prints and a short history of some of them.
Department of Planning and Building Control, Conservation Section; Photographic Selection of Jersey Boundary Walls and Ironwork, December 1995, contains; photographs of ironwork details on various Jersey properties and short sections at the front on 'The damaging impact that frontage parking can have on the street scene' and 'How historic railings and boundary walls can enhance the street scene'.
Date: December 1995
Will and Testament of Harriet Westaway of 1, St Saviour's Crescent, St Saviour. Dated 29/4/1853. Desires to be buried in St Saviour's Cemetery. Bequeaths to Julia Westaway 4, 5, and 6, St Saviour's Crescent and the share of 2 pews in St Mark's Church, 49 Gallery and 51 below. To the schools in connection with St Mark's Church, to the Bible Society, and to the St Helier's Parochial Visiting Society, £20 each.
Date: 28 April 1892
Testament of Adolphus Elias Collas of Nilghiri, Lower King's Cliff, St Helier. Dated 13 May 1922. Bequeaths to the Jersey Dispensary £1000; to the poor of Mal Bay, County of Gaspe, province of Quebec £1000; to the poor of Gaspe Basin and the vicinity in the province of Quebec £1000; to the Society for the Improvement of the Condition of the Poor in the city of Halifax, Nova Scotia £1000; to the Vicar and Churchwardens of St Mark's Church, Jersey, £500; residue of personal estate to Barnardos Homes, London. Codicil added 14 April 1927
Date: 25 February 1928
Will and Testament of Rosa Le Riche Voisin, 10 Rouge Bouillon, St Helier. Dated 4 May 1939. If Adela Mary Voisin should predecease the testator, she bequeaths 10 Rouge Bouillon to Edith Louise Voisin for life, freehold to Doris Violet Esnouf. Bequeaths 1 Chalets Suisses, Oxford Road, St Helier to Cecil Ernest Esnouf, Le Clos d'Amos, St Lawrence to Doreen Eleanor Voisin; to the Vicar and Churchwardens of St Marks Church £100; to the Christian Alliance for Women & Girls £50; to the Salvation Army, Jersey £50; to the RNLI £100 and to the Home for Aged & Infirm Women £100.
Date: 30 April 1943
Will and Testament of Edith Annie Langler, 53 Clearview Street, St Helier. Dated 1 August 1933. Bequeaths all she has to the Church of St Marks.
Date: 9 January 1946
Testament of Adela Mary Voisin, 70 Rouge Bouillon, St Helier. Dated 5 July 1943. Bequeaths £200 to the Vicar and Churchwardens of St Marks Church; £200 to the Christian Alliance of Women & Girls, 16 David Place; £200 to the Jersey Branch of the Salvation Army; £200 to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution; £200 to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women; £200 to the Little Sisters of the Poor; £200 to the Constable of St Helier for his Charity Fund; £200 to the Childrens Benefit Fund.
Date: 15 March 1946