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Testament of Eliza Letitia Hunt, The Limes, Green Street, St Helier. Dated 8 March 1922. Bequeaths to The Little Sisters of the Poor £400; to the poor of the congregation of St Mary and St Peter, Vauxhall £400. Codicil added 22 October 1923. Reduces the above bequests to £200 each.
Date: December 10th 1924 - December 10th 1924
Testament of Osborne Capel Powell, 3 St Marks Crescent, St Helier. Dated 13 March 1923. Desires to be buried in St Matthews Catholic Church, St Peters. Bequeaths to the Very Reverend Canon J Hourigan £100 for the poor of his congregation; to the Priest of St Matthews £100 for the poor of his congregation; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £100; to The Home for Aged & Infirm Women £50; to the Société Jersiaise £50; to the horticultural department of the Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society £50. Codicil added 10 December 1924
Date: December 31st 1924 - December 31st 1924
Will and Testament of Christopher Sims, Craig-Tara, St Clement, gentleman. Dated 7 December 1921. Bequeaths to Annie Marie Sims the property Craig-Tara; to Sarah Elizabeth Sims the properties 1 & 2 South View Villas, Havre des Pas, St Helier; to the Licensed Victuallers School, Slough 100 guineas: 100 guineas to the Royal Victoria Hospital, Dover; 100 guineas to the Jersey General Dispensary; 100 guineas to The Little Sisters of the Poor. Codicil added 11 March 1922. Records the sale of 2 South View Villas. Codicil added 24 March 1923. Records the sale of 1 South View Villas. Codicil added 21 February 1924. Bequeaths 50 guineas to The Jersey Blind Society Pensions Fund.
Date: October 3rd 1925 - October 3rd 1925
Will and Testament of Ann Knaresborough, 16 Chevalier Road, St Helier, spinster. Dated 3 January 1905. Desires to be buried in the family vault in St Helier General Cemetery. Bequeaths to St Mary and St Peter's Roman Catholic Church ú10; to the St Helier General Cemetery ú10. Balance of residue of estate to the Little Sisters of the Poor, The Saint Vincent (Orphans) Roman Catholic Home, London in equal shares.
Date: March 11th 1925 - March 11th 1925
Testament of John Richard Sinnatt, Le Chalet, Havre des Pas, St Helier. Dated 3 August 1923. Bequeaths to the Jersey Society for the Blind £500; to the Masonic Temple £5; to the Jersey District Nursing Association £5; to Dr Barnardos Home £5; to the Jersey District Nursing Association £5; to Dr Barnardos Home, Jersey £5; to the Jersey Female Orphans Home, £5; to the Little Sisters of the Poor £5; to the Salvation Army £5; to the Dean of Jersey for the poor £5; to the Benefits Society for Jersey Merchant Seamen £5 and to the Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners Royal Benevolent Society £5. Codicil added 4 June 1924
Date: April 25th 1925 - April 25th 1925
Testament of Amelia Jane Deslandes, 19 David Place, St Helier. Dated 27 May 1924. Bequeaths to The Home for Infirm & Aged Women £25; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £10; to the Blind Society £25. Codicil added 9 April 1926. Bequeaths to the Christian Alliance of Women & Girls £10; to the Congregational Church, Victoria Street £10.
Date: May 19th 1926 - May 19th 1926
Testament of Louise Perrine Gaillet. Dated 19 August 1919. Bequeaths residue of personal estate to the Little Sisters of the Poor.
Date: April 6th 1927 - April 6th 1927
Testament of Inverness John Bathe, 3 Hillside, Wellington Road, St Saviour. Dated 28 June 1919. Codicil added 31 March 1921 Codicil added 29 October 1924 Codicil added 28 August 1925. Bequeaths to the Jersey General Dispensary £50; to the Little Sisters of the Poor £50; to the Home for Infirm and Aged Women £50; to the Jersey District Nursing Association £50; to the Jersey Blind Society £50. Codicil added 8 February 1926.
Date: July 1st 1927 - July 1st 1927
Testament of James Green, Brighton Villa, Brighton Road, St Helier. Dated 11 January 1923. Codicil added 7 July 1923. Bequeaths to the Jersey Blind Society £25; to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women £25; to the Little Sisters of the Poor £20.
Date: December 13th 1928 - December 13th 1928
Testament of Jane Catherine Broomer of 3, Tynemouth Terrace, St Aubin's Road, widow of James Arthur. Dated 29 November 1927. Bequeaths to the Jersey Home for Aged and Infirm Women £500; to the Jersey Society for the Welfare for the Blind £1000; to the Little Sisters of the Poor £200; to the Jersey General Dispensary and Infirmary £500; to the Vicar and Wardens of First Tower Church £50; to the Vicar and Wardens of All Saints Church £100. Codicil added 4 January 1928. Bequeaths to the Vicar and Wardens of First Tower Church £200 in lieu of the earlier legacy.
Date: January 14th 1928 - January 14th 1928
Testament of Auguste Victor Hardy, 3 Park Lane, Westmount, St Helier. Dated 24 February 1928. Bequeaths 1/3 of personal estate to The Little Sisters of the Poor.
Date: August 17th 1929 - August 17th 1929
Testament of John Jourdan Le Sueur, St Clement. Dated 31 July 1925. Desires to be buried in Mont-a-l'Abbé Cemetery. Bequeaths to the Wesleyan Chapel, Wesley Street £100; to the English Wesleyan Chapel, Gorey £25; to the Wesleyan Methodist Society £1000; to the National Childrens Home & Orphanage £50; to Dr Barnardos Homes £50; to the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen £50; to the Merchant Seamens Orphan Asylum £50; to the Salvation Army £50; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £50; to the JSPCA £50; to the House of Help £50; to the Jersey Blind Society £50; to the Société Jersiaise £50; to the Wesleyan Foreign Mission £50; to the Wesleyan Home Mission £50; to the Jersey Merchant Seamens Benefit Society £100 and to the Jersey General Dispensary £1000.
Date: January 22nd 1929 - January 22nd 1929
Will and Testament of Augustine Victorie Marie Mauduit, 1 Springfield Crescent, Trinity Road, St Helier. Dated 28 August 1925. Desires to be buried in Almorah Cemetery. Bequeaths residue of personal estate to two named legatees and after their deaths to The Little Sisters of the Poor. All real estate to 1 named legatee and on his death to The Little Sisters of the Poor. Codicil added 7 September 1925
Date: July 2nd 1931 - July 2nd 1931
Testament of Celestine Pauline Délépine née Adelus, Craig Cottage, St Saviours Hill, widow. Dated 29 August 1932. Bequeaths to the Father Superior of St Thomas Roman Catholic Church £100 to say masses for the souls of the Adelus family and £50 to say masses for her soul; to the Father Superior of St Matthews Roman Catholic Church £100 to say masses for souls in purgatory; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £300.
Date: November 9th 1932 - November 9th 1932
Will and Testament of Adolphus Turpin, 26 Vauxhall Street, St Helier. Dated 3 May 1922. Bequeaths to James Abraham Turpin and to Florence Louise Turpin the property 20 Journeaux Street, St Helier; to Ethel Turpin Pirouet the properties 9 & 10 Coie Cottages, St Saviours Road; to Richard James Turpin 1 Westley Cottages; to Ruby May Turpin 2 Westley Cottages; to Lizzie Florence Turpin 3 Westley Cottages; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £5; to The United Methodist Church Sunday School £5. Codicil added 27 October 1922. Records the sale of 1, 2 and 3 Westley Cottages. Codicil added 1 September 1923. Bequeaths to Clara Louisa Pirouet a strip of land on Fief du Buisson, St Helier. Codicil added 28 April 1930
Date: January 3rd 1933 - January 3rd 1933
Testament of William Charles White, 2 Clarence Terrace, St Helier. Dated 30 January 1930. Bequeaths to The Jersey General Dispensary and Infirmary £20; to The Home for Infirm and Aged Women £20; to The Jersey Blind Society £20; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £20; to the Vicar of St Andrews £25 towards the erection of the New Church; to Annie Elizabeth Saunders £10 to distribute among the poor. Codicil added, n/d Codicil added September 1930
Testament of John Hammond Wimble, La Chasse, St Helier. Dated 29 October 1929. Bequeaths to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women 100 5% shares of £5 in the Jersey New Waterworks Co Ltd; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £50; to The Jersey Swimming Club any bonds on the said club for cancellation; to the States of Jersey Rentes Publiques to be cancelled. To the Chancellor of the Exchequer of the UK £1000 of 5% war stock to be cancelled. All other preference shares to the Jersey General Dispensary and the Home for Infirm & Aged Women. From the Capital of Trust Funds after the death of the last surviving annuitant: £20,000 to the President of the Education Committee of the States of Jersey to use to create the Wimble Scholarship for pupils from Victoria College. Codicil added 9 April 1930
Date: April 10th 1934 - April 10th 1934
Testament of Anna Clement, Belle Grève, St Lawrence. Dated 17 August 1926. Should Laura Elizabeth Clement predecease her, bequeaths to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel £100; to The Jersey Society for the Blind £50; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £50. Codicil added 16 July 1929
Date: July 28th 1934 - July 28th 1934
Testament of Laura Elizabeth Clement, Belle Grève, St Lawrence, widow of John Laurens. Dated 1 April 1931. Residue of Trust fund to pay to the Royal UK Beneficient Association enough money to found 2 annuities to be allotted to candidates from Jersey. Bequeaths to The Jersey Society for the Blind £75; to The Society for the Welfare of Deaf Mutes £30; to The Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals £30; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £100; to Canon Petit's fund for the training of the clergy £100; to the Candidates 5 Shilling Fund, London, £200; to the Seamens Hospital Society £1000 to endow the John Clement Bed: to the Endowment Fund of the Southern Railway Servants Orphanage, Surrey £300. Codicil added 19 June 1934. Bequeaths to The Home for Infirm & Aged Women £100. Codicil added 2 February 1935. Bequeaths to Adeline Mary Le Quesne all Millais engravings. Desires her executor to buy two brass alter candlesticks to give to the Parish Church of St Lawrence.
Date: July 6th 1935 - July 6th 1935
Will and Testament of Mary O'Neil, 23 Seaton Place, St Helier, spinster. Dated 4 November 1924. Bequeaths to The Little Sisters of the Poor £30.
Date: September 6th 1935 - September 6th 1935