Will and Testament of Mabel Gertrude Taroni, née Brasford, widow of Charles Peter Louis Taroni, of Rose Deep, Millbrook, St Lawrence. Wishes to be buried in St Saviour's Cemetery, where her parents are buried. Bequeaths to the Little Sisters of the Poor, £500; to St Andrew's Church, £100; to the Jersey Blind Society, £200; to the Jersey Home for Aged and Infirm Women, £200; to the Jersey Merchant Seamen's Benefit Society, £100; to the Jersey Animal Shelter, £100; to St Dunstan's, £200; to the School for the Blind, Leatherhead, £200. Dated 07/08/1952. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/64/70

Date: June 8th 1961 - June 8th 1961

Will and Testament of Walter Francis Renouf, of Laureston, Tower Road, St Helier. Bequeaths to the Home for Aged and Infirm Women, £300; to the Little Sisters of the Poor, £400. Dated 24/05/1961. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/65/18

Date: July 25th 1961 - July 25th 1961

Will and Testament of Frederick William Knight of Storrington, Samares, St Clement. Bequeaths to Charles Ogier all furniture, household items and everything connected to his business Knight's Imperial Tours in the wish that he continues with the business, to the company enough money to have a stained glass window placed in the window over the porch at St Patrick's Church, Samares, to the Jersey Blind Society one sixth of his personal estate and to the Little Sisters of the Poor one sixth of his personal estate. Dated 07/09/1950. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/7/30

Date: November 28th 1950 - November 28th 1950

Will and Testament of John Greard of Hauteville, St John's Road, St Helier. Bequeaths to the Priest of St Martin's Roman Catholic Church £200 for the benefit of the Church. Bequeaths to the Little Sisters of the Poor the residue of his personal estate. Dated 21/09/1949. (Includes one closed document)

Reference: D/Y/B1/7/4

Date: October 24th 1950 - October 24th 1950

Will and Testament of Alice Mary Rebours, a native of St Peter, of Little Sisters of the Poor, New St John's Road, St Helier. Dated 19/05/1961. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/79/4

Date: April 6th 1964 - April 6th 1964

Grant of Letters of Administration of Adolphus John Bauche Arthur, of the Little Sisters of the Poor, New St John's Road, St Helier. Dated 16/06/1966. [Includes three closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/98/28

Date: June 16th 1966 - June 16th 1966

Jersey Catholic Record-Vol XVII No 4 including news from the parishes and schools, articles entitled 'The Bishop of Bayeux in Jersey' by Father F P Isherwood, 'Strange goings on in St Saviour's Graveyard during the nineteenth century', 'The Little Father's Memories' by Father Louis Coty, 'The Story of the Limes Nursing Home-Maison St Marculf' by Sister Mary Gabrielle, news from the Little Sisters of the Poor and Knights of St Columba

Reference: H/B/E1/19

Date: June 1st 1972 - June 1st 1972

Jersey Catholic Record-Vol XVIII No 12 including news from the parishes and schools, articles regarding Judith Routier taking vows to become Sister Paul, the FCJ Sisters in Jersey, the Seventh Diocesan Pastoral Church, 'Spring in the Holy Land' by Helier Peter Dreux, Catholic Women's League, Catenian Association, the Little Sisters of the Poor and the Knights of St Columba

Reference: H/B/E1/33

Date: May 1st 1974 - May 1st 1974

Jersey Catholic Record-Vol XIX No 2 including news from the parishes and schools, articles regarding Revolution Youth Club, United Nations Association, Jersey Branch, 'Apparitions of Fatima: Their message for our time' by J Molesworth, 'Thanks for Life' by Cardinal Heenan, the Little Sisters of the Poor in Jersey, Knights of St Columba, catholic school exam results, 'Successful Share Trading' by Brian P Cox and Catenian Association

Reference: H/B/E1/36

Date: September 1st 1974 - September 1st 1974

Copper Photographic Plate of Daphne Minihane presenting a cheque to the Little Sisters of the Poor for their building fund c1973 from the Jersey Catholic Record

Reference: H/B/E5/167

Date: 1973 - 1973

Copper Photographic Plate of Sisters Donatienne and Augustine of the Little Sisters of the Poor celebrating their golden jubilees from the Jersey Catholic Record from June 1971 p.18

Reference: H/B/E5/99

Date: June 1st 1971 - June 1st 1971

Papers concerning the Little Sisters of the Poor including articles from the Jersey Evening Post and The Islander relating to their work, correspondence relating to the priest serving at the chapel, the building and collections made for the Little Sisters of the Poor, papers relating to the history of the Little Sisters of the Poor and Jeanne Jugan, Foundress of the Little Sisters of the Poor, orders of service and a homily for masses dedicated to Jeanne Jugan and papers setting up the Friends of St Augustine's.

Reference: H/B/J5/1

Date: February 12th 1979 - August 31st 2000

Information relating to the churches in Jersey from the Catholic Directories including St Mary and St Peter's Church, Castle Street Chapel of St Louis, Hue Street Chapel and Church of St Mary, Vauxhall. Includes list of priests serving English speaking Catholics, assistant priests at St Mary and St Peter's Church and priests at other centres including De La Salle, FCJ and Little Sisters of the Poor

Reference: H/B/Q/5

Date: 1803 - 1985

Photographs of Mother Melanie whom is leaving the island after three years as Mother Superior of the Little Sisters of the Poor, New St John's Road, St Helier.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/POR/31/9

Date: September 28th 1955 - October 8th 1955

Subject: Portraits

File number: 31

Page number: 9

Images from a fete held at Little Sisters of the Poor retirement home.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/1/1836

Date: August 28th 1976 - August 28th 1976

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/1836

Images of a lady connected with the Little Sisters of the Poor, for an interview piece.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/1/2207

Date: October 12th 1976 - October 12th 1976

Photographer: Bob Ritchie

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/2207

Images of a visit by His Excellency the Lieutentant Governor Sir Desmond Fitzpatrick and Lady Fitzpatrick to the Little Sisters of the Poor St Augustine's House. The images include resident Marie Boustellier presenting a bouquet, resident Henry Pezet, driver Peter Thebaut and Welfare Board Member Sidney Proudly.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/1/270

Date: February 5th 1976 - February 6th 1976

Photographer: Peter Mourant

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/270

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