Comments

Digital copy of Minutes of a Meeting of the [General] Committee of Brig-y-don. [Some details redacted].

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Reference

C/D/AW1/A3/3/WD004861

Date

August 10th 1973 - August 10th 1973

Scope and Content

Notes apologies from [Dorothy] Le Quesne, Reverend [Charles] Nowell, and [Children's Officer] C [A] Smith, Lists Mrs Thomas, Dr [W] Williams, Mr [R S] Corbett, Mr [W] Bedelle Aubin, Miss [C G] O'Brien Butler, Mr [Tom A] Foster, Mr [Max] Bernstein, Mrs Hanna, the Constable of St Clement, Chairman Mr [Maurice] Letto, Reverend [Cecil Paul] Harrison, Vice Chairman Reverend [Peter] Manton, and the Secretary as being present. Refers to Honorary Treasurer of Jersey Blind Society, a property appearing to have been owned by members of the Jeffry family, Mr Jones, Mr Land, Mr Wooten, Variety Club [of Jersey], the appointment of a new member of staff, heating and a telephone extension for the Deputy Matron's quarters, and emoluments.

Names

Brig-y-Don Children's Home
Brig-y-Don Committee
Children's Department
Jersey Blind Society
Variety Club of Jersey
Bedelle Aubin, W
Bernstein, Max Alexander
Corbett, R S
du Feu, G
Foster, T A
Hanna, Mrs
Harrison, Cecil Paul, Reverend
Jeffry family
Jones, Mr
Land, Mr
Le Quesne, Dorothy
Letto, Maurice
Manton, Peter, Reverend
Moore, Father
Nowell, Charles, Reverend
O'Brien Butler, C G
Smith, C A
Thomas, Mrs
Williams, W, Dr
Wooten, Mr

Keywords

Brig-y-Don Children's Convalescent Home | Children's Officers | children's homes | Children | Committees | chairpersons | childcare | day care | Deputy Matrons | emoluments | evidence | Heaters | interviews | IJCI | meetings | minutes | properties | reverends | residential care | reports | secretaries | staff | telephones | voluntary homes

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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2100

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