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

Volume of Annual Returns from individual island schools. The names of the attending 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/3

Date: 1878 - 1878

Will and Testament of Mary Louisa Le Rossignol, daughter of George and widow of John Francis Peter Roach, of Oakham, St Aubin's Road, St Helier. Bequeaths to Cyril Le Feuvre Roach, her rings, brooch, gold watch and dressing table; to Henry George Roach, her sideboard; to Ruby Jeune wife of William Voisin, her hanging press. Dated 23/04/1940. Codicil Added 23/04/1940. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/21/26

Date: October 10th 1953 - October 10th 1953

Index to the criminal section of the Royal Court called the Poursuites Criminelles. Click on the attached index to view names, volume number and page number of the relevant case or cases. Consult D/Y /G1 volumes for case details. If the required volume has not been digitised please contact the Archive. Le, de and du names are all indexed under the second part of the name (Le Brun will be in the B section of the index)

Reference: D/Y/G2/2

Date: 1812 - 1834

St Helier Town Church Baptism Register. Closed for preservation Purposes but a typed transcription is available to view in the form of a pdf for subscribers. Click here to take you to the pdf and then click on View GC03A217.pdf in red.

Reference: G/C/03/A2/17

Date: January 1st 1863 - May 21st 1871

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