Passports and visa applications for those travelling to or through Occupied Territory. The first part of the applications diary contains references relating to papers in A/E/8/17. The file also contains a report of an appeal from the Royal Court delivered 27th January 1906 concerning the executors of the Will of Julia Westaway

Reference: A/E/8/16

Date: December 5th 1921 - March 20th 1925

Registration Card of Amy Marguerité Filleul, of 23, Havre Des Pas, St Helier, born 24/06/1886

Reference: D/S/A/4/A4075

Date: January 11th 1941 - January 11th 1941

Travel Permits completed by people leaving Jersey for Guernsey, Weymouth and Southampton on the 20th of January 1917

Reference: D/S/M2/82

Date: January 20th 1917 - January 20th 1917

Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey on the SS Ibex on the 22nd of December 1916

Reference: D/S/M3/124

Date: December 22nd 1916 - December 22nd 1916

Will and Testament of Amy Marguerite Filleul, of Warwick House, First Tower, St Helier. Dated 28/01/1967. Codicil Added 17/04/1967. Second Codicil Added 17/05/1967. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/118/19

Date: March 29th 1968 - March 29th 1968

J B Le Quesne Funeral Director Account Ledger. Includes some details of the person being buried and the funeral expenses. Please note the volume has been indexed by name of deceased only. To find the name you are interested in please look at the PDF index document and then open the PDF with the relevant page number.

Reference: L/A/41/D1/16

Date: April 22nd 1965 - February 27th 1969

Images of the unveiling of a painting of Amy Marguerite Filleul, a benefactor of the National Trust for Jersey, at The Elms, La Chève Rue, St Mary.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/4/1204

Date: July 19th 1979 - July 19th 1979

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/1204

Alexander Coutanche talks about Miss Amy Marguerite Filleul, a benefactor of the National Trust for Jersey, and her family. Includes: knew the family well; information on the Filleul family and their home, Fauvic House; Amy Marguerite's father, Augustus Philip Filleul married a Miss Scarborough and made his fortune in shipping coal from Cardiff; he built a house in Newport, Monmouthshire and called it 'Grouville'; information about Clement Bailhache, a solicitor in Cardiff, possibly the son of a Nonconformist minister in St John, who was eventually knighted and became a King's/Queen's Counsel; After the death of Augustus Philip from appendicitis in 1902 or 1903 his fortune was held in trust and Mrs Filleul became very nervous for the health of her children; as a result Dudley Scarborough Atteleyn Filleul, Amy Margueite's brother, was sent to St Luke's church house to be a resident pupil of the curate, a Mr Bache; this is how Alexander Coutanche got to know the Filleuls as his father was a warden of St Luke's; Mrs Filleul loved to travel, though she never stopped mourning her husband; Amy Marguerite took after her; they liked to stay in 'pensions de famille' in France, Germany or Switzerland; Dudley went to Pembroke College, Oxford as a commoner, but never took a degree; instead went into the London stock exchange as a clerk; Alexander Coutanche was in London as a student at the time and they met often; When the First World War came Dudley served with the Royal Jersey Milita and then worked at a munitions works in Birmingham; was refused a transfer to the British army because of a mild heart problem; after the war the family bought a house on Market Hill and transferred furniture from the house in Newport; there was far to much to fit in the house, but Mrs Filleul couldn't part with anything as it reminded her of her late husband; they eventually sold the house and the furniture was put back in storage; settled in St Luke's district; Dudley died of pneumonia in the early 1930s; mother and sister heartbroken, worst fears had been realised; travelled less and less, Amy Marguerite came to look like her mother; had few friends, Alexander Coutanche was out of touch with her for the last few years of her life, couldn't penetrate the loneliness that surrounded her. Copied onto cassette from a 2 track mono tape, speed 3 ¾ ips, duration approximately 20 minutes. Sound quality OK, background hum throughout recording. Copy made 04/02/2002.

Reference: R/04/A/1

Narrative

Reference: R/11/A

CD containing a copy of Lord Coutanche's Narrative relating to the background of Amy Marguerite Filleul who left a considerable bequest to the National Trust for Jersey on her death in 1968. The CD also includes comments on Dudley Filleul as Lord Coutanche's Best Man, F de L Bois' introduction to the tape, F de L Bois on A M Filleul's family tree and property contracts, F de L Bois on the dress of Mrs and Marguerite Filleul and Dudley Filleul, F de L Bois revisions (genealogy and property), F de L Bois quotation from the report for 1968 to 1969 of the National Trust for Jersey which concerned the A M Filleul bequest.

Reference: R/11/A/1/1

Date: August 20th 1969 - August 20th 1969

Master copy of a CD containing a copy of Lord Coutanche's Narrative relating to the background of Amy Marguerite Filleul who left a considerable bequest to the National Trust for Jersey on her death in 1968. The CD also includes comments on Dudley Filleul as Lord Coutanche's Best Man, F de L Bois' introduction to the tape, F de L Bois on A M Filleul's family tree and property contracts, F de L Bois on the dress of Mrs and Marguerite Filleul and Dudley Filleul, F de L Bois revisions (genealogy and property), F de L Bois quotation from the report for 1968 to 1969 of the National Trust for Jersey which concerned the A M Filleul bequest.

Reference: R/11/A/1/2

Date: August 20th 1969 - August 20th 1969

Written transcript of Lord Coutanche's Narrative relating to the background of Amy Marguerite Filleul who left a considerable bequest to the National Trust for Jersey on her death in 1968. The CD also includes comments on Dudley Filleul as Lord Coutanche's Best Man, F de L Bois' introduction to the tape, F de L Bois on A M Filleul's family tree and property contracts, F de L Bois on the dress of Mrs and Marguerite Filleul and Dudley Filleul, F de L Bois revisions (genealogy and property), F de L Bois quotation from the report for 1968 to 1969 of the National Trust for Jersey which concerned the A M Filleul bequest.

Reference: R/11/A/2

Date: August 20th 1969 - August 20th 1969

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