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Will and Testament of Janet Sexey Hall of Waukesha, Roseville Street, St Helier. Bequeath to Sister Ethel Maud Randall all her furniture, clothes, linen, other household effects and £100. Bequeaths jewellery to Mrs Querée of 4, Hastings Terrace. Bequeaths £20 to Nellie Henry, Emily Henry, Helen Luke, Frederick Le Boeuf and Mrs Stone, £100 to Philip Antonio Poch and the rest and residue of her peronal property to the Animals' Shelter. Dated 04/07/1947. (Includes one closed document).

Reference D/Y/B1/3/27
Date 20 December 1949
Names Animal Shelter
Poch, Philip Antonio
Stone, Mrs
Le Boeuf, Frederick
Luke, Helen
Henry, Emily
Henry, Nellie
Querée, Mrs
Randall, Ethel Maud, Sister
Hall, Janet Sexey
Judicial Greffe
Dimensions 2 papers
Language English
Level of description File
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Will and Testament of Janet Sexey Hall of Waukesha, Roseville Street, St Helier. Bequeath to Sister Ethel Maud Randall all her furniture, clothes, linen, other household effects and £100. Bequeaths jewellery to Mrs Querée of 4, Hastings Terrace. Bequeaths £20 to Nellie Henry, Emily Henry, Helen Luke, Frederick Le Boeuf and Mrs Stone, £100 to Philip Antonio Poch and the rest and residue of her peronal property to the Animals' Shelter. Dated 04/07/1947. (Includes one closed document).
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