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Testament of Ann Le Moignan, 1 Montrose Villas, Millbrook, St Lawrence, widow of John Renouf. Dated 9 June 1917. Beueaths to James Edmund Renouf the picture ''Death of Major Pierson''; to Hilda Mary Renouf a grandfather clock by G Skelton, St Marys. Codicil added 2 February 1934. Desires to be buried in Mont à l'Abbé cemetery.
Date: 9 February 1940
Testament of Philip Starck Mauger, Highcliff, St Lawrence. Dated 1 March 1939. Desires to be buried in Mont-a-l'Abbé Cemetery. Bequeaths to The Methodist Chapel of Galaad £50; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £50; to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women £100; to the Jersey Animal Shelter £25; to the Church Pastoral Aid Society £100; to the Colonial & Continental Church Society £100; to the Mission Protestante, Evangelique de Tremal (Brittany) £50; to the Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews £50; to the British & Foreign Bible Society £100; to the Church Association £100; to the Société Centrale Evangelique de Paris £50; to the Lords Day Observance Society £100; to the Bible Churchmans Missionary Society £100.
Date: 9 August 1940
Will and Testament of Philip Edward Syvret, Bermuda Villa, Aquila Road, St Helier. Dated 7 March 1929. If Henrietta de Gruchy Le Masurier should predecease the testator, bequeaths to The Jersey Society for the Blind £100; to The Shipwrecked Fishermen & Mariners Royal Benevolent Society £50; to The Jersey Merchant Seamens Society £50. Codicil added 6 July 1938. To the Parochial Authorities of St Helier £100 to maintain grave no. 73 in Mont à l'Abbé Cemetery.
Date: 26 March 1941
Will and Testament of James Ernest Chapman, Havre des Pas, St Helier, retired civil servant. Dated 4 June 1935. Desires to be buried in Mont à l'Abbé cemetery.
Date: 3 December 1941
Testament of Marion Carry Martha Kant née Holmes, 2 Hampton Place, The Parade, St Helier, widow. Dated 6 May 1938. Desires to be buried in the cemetery at Mont à l'Abbé. Bequeaths the residue of her personal estate to the Universities Mission to Central Africa House, Wood Street, London, and to the Society for the Propogation of the Gospel in foreign parts in equal shares.
Date: 8 April 1942
Testament of Charles Simon Picot, 10½ Ann Street, Jersey. Dated 10 March 1941. Bequeaths to Ruby May Picot his burial place in Mont à l'Abbé cemetery. Codicil added 17 June 1941
Date: 17 February 1943
Testament of Philip George Ridgeway Richardson, 1 Trinity Gardens, St Helier. Dated 14 November 1933. Desires to be buried in the new Mont à l'Abbé Cemetery.
Date: 5 May 1943
Testament of Reginald John Beer, 5 Raleigh Avenue, St Helier, owner of J F Vautier, Wine & Spirit Merchant business situated at nos 57 & 59 New Street, St Helier. Dated 25 June 1945. Requests his executors purchase a plot of burial land in Mont-a-l'Abbé cemetery. Desires to turn the Wine & Spirit business carried on by him into a limited liability company to be known as J F Vautier Ltd. Bequeaths to Ernest Huelin his share in the motor yacht known as Waterwitch.
Date: 31 August 1945
Will and Testament of Thomas John de Gruchy, 5 Hastings Terrace, Hastings Road, St Helier. Dated 23 July 1946. Desires to be buried with his wife in Mont-a-L'Abbé Cemetery. Codicil added 12 September 1946. Bequeaths to Lizzie Hickey his Singer Sewing Machine.
Date: 5 March 1947
Testament of Joseph Taylor, St Helier. Dated 15 March 1946. Bequeaths to the Jersey General Dispensary £250; to the Jersey Home for Infirm & Aged Women £300; to the British Red Cross Society Inc, 1908, £500; to the Constables and Procureurs du Bien Public of St Helier £50 to maintain his grave in Mont-a-L'Abbé new cemetery. The residue of the estate equally distributed between the National Childrens Home and to Dr Barnados Home. Codicil added 16 October 1946
Date: 7 May 1947
Will and Testament of Emma Eliza Chapple, daughter of Richard, of 3, St Saviour's Road, St Helier. Desires the funeral to be conducted in as plain and moderate a manner as possible and to be buried in the family grave at Mont a L'Abbé. Dated 13/10/1943. [Includes one closed document]
Date: 22 January 1951
Will and Testament of Maud Amelia Touzel of 19, Gloucester Street, St Helier. Bequeaths all her personal property to her two sisters, Violet Elsie Touzel and Daisy Touzel; to the Constable of St Helier, £100 to apply the annual interest therefrom for the general upkeep and planting of flowers twice a year on a grave in Mont a L'Abbé Cemetery. Desires the aforementioned two sisters to be the only members of the family present as mourners at her funeral and directs that her body should be placed in an elm coffin. [Includes one closed document]
Date: 28 September 1951