The Hospital Committee Minutes. They contain information regarding suppliers to the hospitals, appointments and details of staff, lists of people receiving and applying for public assistance payments and have been indexed by name of person. To view an entry locate the page number on the index and then look at relevant page on the PDF containing the page number.

Reference: C/C/V1/14

Date: April 22nd 1896 - February 6th 1899

Volume of Annual Returns from individual island schools. The names of theattending children are recorded along with attendance summaries, inspectors reports, accounts, examination results and the names of teachers and pupil teachers. This volume has been indexed by name of person mentioned. The volume can be viewed at the Archive to access extra detail.

Reference: D/J/A/14

Date: 1889 - 1889

Marriage Register of St Simon's Church - entry for Alfred Gulliver, 35 and Rachel Louisa Le Sueur, 31

Reference: G/C/14/A2/1/46

Date: October 11th 1876

Resignation of the school and property belonging to Wesley Street Methodist Chapel. Charles Hamon, James Poller, John Edwin Peter Davey, Philippe Le Sueur, James Joslin Dupré, William Lee, William Symonds Dart, Frederick Jean, Jean Rougier le Poidevin trustees of the Jersey English Wesleyan Methodist Society together with George Luce ,Stephen John Bragg, Philippe de Ste Croix and William John Smith now deceased and William Henry Sutcliffe who is absent from the island of the first party, and Charles Hamon, James Poller, John Edwin Peter Davey, James Joslin Dupré, Frederick Jean, William Symonds Dart, William Lee, George Thomas Bryant, Paul Louis Guiton, Walter Eveleigh Colebrook, James Remon, Charles Edwin Davey, William Valpy Gaudin, Alfred Gulliver, John William Dupré, James Henry Dart Poller and Josué Frederick Le Blanc trustees of the second party and the Reverend John James Brown Minister and Superintendant of the said association representing the Wesleyan Methodist Conference of the third party. Records the resignation by 1 to 2 their successors as trustees of the Wesleyan Chapel, Chapel School and property at 9 and 1 Ann Street. Registered Livre 327 folio 108

Reference: J/C/AN/L/23

Date: December 3rd 1898 - December 3rd 1898

Resignation of a chapel, house, school, and property and land between John Edwin Peter Davey, James Joslin Dupré, Frederick Jean, William Symonds Dart, Paul Louis Guiton, Walter Eveleigh Colebrook, James Remon, Charles Edwin Davey, William Valpy Gaudin, Alfred Gulliver surviving trustees of the Jersey English Wesleyan Society of the first party with Charles Hamon, James Potter, William Lee, John William Dupré now deceased and James Potter, and Josué Frederick Le Clerc who are absent from the island, and John Edwin Peter Davey, James Joslin Dupré, Frederick Jean, Paul Louis Guiton, Walter Eveleigh Colebrook, James Remon, Charles Edwin Davey, William Valpy Gaudin, Alfred Gulliver, William John Lee, Philip Arthur Baudains, John Baudains, Albert Victor Nash , John Jourdan Le Sueur, Thomas Ernest Le Cornu, Alfred Thomas Filleul, Percy Vivian Cooke, John William Dart, Oliver Mourant, Achelaus Trout Springate, and Frank Walker Trustees of the second party and the the Reverend Henry Thackray Brumwell Minister and Superintendent representing the Conference of Wesleyan Methodists of the of the third party. Records the Transfer of property from 1 to 2 with the consent of 3 Registered Livre 354 folio 44

Reference: J/C/AN/L/25

Date: February 10th 1910 - February 10th 1910

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