List of all churches and sects in Jersey, includes Church of England, Roman Catholic, Non-conformist, and religious communities, with details of how they were financed, the head and the aims of the sect.

Reference: B/A/W41/19

Date: November 13th 1941 - December 16th 1941

Official correspondence with index. Subjects covered include: agreement relating to refugee seamen; report of the analyst; compulsory purchase of part of Petit Menage Farm and Bagot Manor Farm for housing; brucellosis report; the census report; civil aviation regulations; compost at Les Landes; international sanitary regulations; petition concerning the convent at Val Plaisant; international conventions; report of the Prison Board; European Free Trade Association; development at Fort Regent; Hospital report; import and export statistics; Jersey Dairies petition; Jersey Law Society; report of the Jersey Electricity Company; borrowing from non-residents; Liberation Day; gift to Little Sisters of the Poor; Nigeria Independence Act; occupational health services; official publications; St Saviour's Athletic and Social Club; Soroptomist Club; petition relating to The Watersplash, St Peter; Post Office and Trustee Savings Bank regulations; potato marketing scheme; public assistance report; Bailiff's salary; traffic bye-laws; and the Television Act

Reference: C/A5/34

Date: January 30th 1961 - December 9th 1961

Report and Proposition Recommending the Grant of an Interest-Free Loan to the Little Sisters of the Poor, lodged by the Finance and Economics Committee

Reference: C/A607/1977/P57

Date: May 31st 1977 - May 31st 1977

Interest-Free Bridging Finance Loan to the Little Sisters of the Poor, lodged by the Finance and Economics Committee

Reference: C/A610/1980/P143

Date: November 11th 1980 - November 11th 1980

Little Sisters of the Poor: Sheltered Accommodation - Interest-Free Loan, lodged by the Finance and Economics Committee.

Reference: C/A615/1985/P126

Date: October 22nd 1985 - October 22nd 1985

Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey from Southampton on the SS Alberta on the 29th October 1916

Reference: D/S/M3/88

Date: October 29th 1916 - October 29th 1916

Testament of Reuben Main, Valletta, Beach Road, St Saviour. Dated 10 May 1937. Bequeaths the residue of his personal estate to The Jersey Blind Society, The Little Sisters of The Poor, The Home for Aged & Infirm Women and The Jersey Merchant Seamen's Benefit Society in 4 equal parts.

Reference: D/Y/A/100/125

Date: June 23rd 1937 - June 23rd 1937

Will and Testament of Sir John Francis, Ommaroo Hotel, Havre des Pas, St Helier. Dated 5 October 1936. Bequeaths to the Parish Priest and two Curates of St Mary and St Peters Roman Catholic Church £75; to Nazareth House, Southend-on- Sea £50; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £50.

Reference: D/Y/A/100/16

Date: January 15th 1937 - January 15th 1937

Testament of John Vibert, Oakwood, St Mary. Dated 4 November 1935. Bequeaths to The Jersey Blind Society £100; to The Jersey Home for Aged & Infirm Women £100; to the Salvation Army £50; to the Jersey Seamens Benefit Society £50; to The Winchester Training College Funds £50; to The Parish Church of St Mary the sum needed to place a stained glass window in the Church; to John Stephen Arthur his grandfather's sword; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £50.

Reference: D/Y/A/100/90

Date: April 29th 1937 - April 29th 1937

Testament of John Thomas Haley, 12 Great Union Road, St Helier. Dated 3 March 1937. Bequeaths 1/3 of all monies to the Rector of St Mary and St Peter requesting two masses to be said annually for his soul; 1/3 to the Little Sisters of the Poor, requests 200 masses to be said for his soul; bequeaths the profits of the sale of his well-sinking business to the Jersey Blind Society.

Reference: D/Y/A/101/1

Date: July 1st 1937 - July 1st 1937

Testament of Augustine Rosalie Adam, Fern Cottage, St Martin. Dated 12 July 1935. Bequeaths to the Catholic Chapel at Gorey to say masses for the repose of her soul, £50; to the Little Sisters of the Poor £50. Codicil added 14 May 1937 Codicil added 2 July 1937

Reference: D/Y/A/101/110

Date: December 18th 1937 - December 18th 1937

Will and Testament of Frederick John Collier, Heathfield, St Saviour. Dated 14 November 1936. Does not include real estate in Jersey. Desires to be cremated. Bequeaths to Durban Technical College, South Africa £25,000; to the Durban Home for the poor and indigent of Durban, South Africa £5,000; to the Jersey Blind Society £1000; to the Little Sisters of the Poor £1000. Codicil added 21 November 1936 Codicil added 24 February 1937 Codicil added 8 May 1937

Reference: D/Y/A/102/119

Date: June 3rd 1938 - June 3rd 1938

Testament of George Harold Boulter, Yellow Sands, St Brelade's Bay. Dated 26 June 1936. If Johanne Rosemary Boulter does not appoint a trustee, his trustees to hold a 1/4 share of the residue of his estate for the Royal Farmers Benevolent Association, the Jersey Dispensary & Infirmary, Walsall General Hospital, Staffordshire, Hammerwich Cottage Hospital, Withfield and the Little Sisters of the Poor. Codicil added: 5 November 1937. Revokes legacy to the Jersey Dispensary & Infirmary, Walsall General Hospital, Hammerwich Cottage Hospital and the Little Sisters of the Poor.

Reference: D/Y/A/102/68

Date: March 30th 1938 - March 30th 1938

Testament of Violette Florence Alavoine, widow of Herbert Le Vavaseur dit Durell. Dated 22 January 1938. Bequeaths four paintings of Alavoine to L. Alavoine; all personal effects to The Little Sisters of the Poor.

Reference: D/Y/A/102/72

Date: April 8th 1938 - April 8th 1938

Will and Testament of Mary Jane Poisson, 6 St Saviours Crescent. Dated 4 July 1936. Bequeaths to Canon G C Bailey £50 to use for the benefit of the poor of the Roman Catholic Parish of St Mary and St Peter. Residue of estate to the Jersey Female Orphans Home, Grouville and The Little Sisters of the Poor.

Reference: D/Y/A/104/76

Date: March 22nd 1939 - March 22nd 1939

Testament of Charles Thomas Maine, St Helier. Dated 15 April 1939. Desires to be buried at Mont à l'Abbé Cemetery. Bequeaths to the Jersey Blind Society £50; to the Little Sisters of the Poor £50; to Brig-y-Don £100.

Reference: D/Y/A/106/53

Date: February 28th 1940 - February 28th 1940

Testament of Emily Emma Main née Lamare, Valletta, Beach Road, St Saviour, widow. Dated 10 November 1939. Residue of personal estate bequeathed as follows: 1/4 to The Jersey Blind Society; 1/4 to The Little Sisters of the Poor; 1/4 to the Home for Aged & Infirm Women, and 1/4 to The Jersey Merchant Seamens Benefit Society.

Reference: D/Y/A/106/67

Date: March 15th 1940 - March 15th 1940

Testament of Clemence Françoise Saunders, 6 Almorah Crescent, St Helier, widow of Edward Molloy. Dated 4 February 1929. Bequeaths all personal estate to The Little Sisters of the Poor and the Priest in Charge of St Marys and St Peters RC Church, Vauxhall.

Reference: D/Y/A/107/122

Date: February 7th 1941 - February 7th 1941

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