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Church organisations in St Helier: St Mary and St Peter Roman Catholic Church clubs, including a copy of the rules and a list of members
Date: 1941 - 1941
St. Mary's and St. Peters Church, Presbytery and School: Acquisition. lodged by the Island Development Committee
Date: December 6th 1983 - December 6th 1983
Plans of Hansom Court, St Helier - part of the St Mary and St Peter's Church redevelopment referred to in an act of the States
Date: September 29th 1987 - September 29th 1987
St Mary and St Peter's Church, Survey of Fragments, July 1996, includes; a brief history of the church, some photocopied pictures of it before demolition, drawings of the interior, press cuttings, photocopied pictures of the demolition, photographs of re-use of the granite work in other locations e.g. the font and pulpit, photographs of the western quarry, an inventory and plan of the stack layout and measured drawings of the granite pieces.
Date: 1996 - 1996
Date: 1984 - 1984
Testament of Bridget Fitzsimmons of Beaumont. Dated 01/08/1876. Bequeaths to the school of St Mary and St Peter £15, to the church of St Mary and St Peter £10, to the poor of St Aubin £5 and to the poor of St Mary and St Peter £5.
Date: August 29th 1876 - August 29th 1876
Will and Testament of Margaret Thornton of 15, Brussells Place, Vauxhall Street, St Helier, spinster. Dated 31/08/1896. Bequeaths to the poor of St Mary and St Peter's Roman Catholic Church a Spanish bond for £158 and the further sum of £42, to the Boys and Girls School attached to the Church of St Mary and St Peter £10 each, to the Little Sisters of the Poor £10, for the Repairing and Rebuilding School of St Mary and St Peter £100. Residue of all money to the Repairing and Rebuilding Fund of St Mary and St Peter.
Date: December 4th 1896 - December 4th 1896
Testament of Nicolas/Nicholas Allain of Blanc Pignon. Dated 21/09/1899. Bequeaths to his wife, for life, the property Blanc Pignon, to St Mary and St Peter's Catholic Church £1,000, £100 for a stained glass window, to the poor of the congregation of St Mary and St Peter's £500, to the Jersey General Dispensary £500.
Date: January 27th 1900 - January 27th 1900
Will and Testament of Eliza Maria Ingouville of St Saviour. Dated 09/03/1899. Bequeaths to Eliza Ingouville and Marie Antoinietta Ingouville all fer real estate in the county of Kent, to the Société de St Vincent de Paul of the Church of St Mary and St Peter £20.
Date: January 3rd 1900 - January 3rd 1900
Will and Testament of John Forster, Dulce Domum, Five Oaks, St Saviour, gentleman. Dated 24 October 1901. Bequeaths an unspecified amount of money from his trust fund annually for the relief of the Roman Catholic poor attending the Roman Catholic Church of Whitehaven, Cumberland and/or the Roman Catholic Church of St Mary and St Peter, Vauxhall Street, St Helier. Codicil added 22 October 1903
Will and Testament of Mary Stuart Cockburn Mercer, D'Hautree, St Saviour, widow. Dated 26 June 1912. Bequeaths to St Mary & St Peters Roman Catholic Church £50 and her "Bishops Throne" old oak seat to say masses for the repose of her soul, and £200 for stained glass to be placed in the east window of the church; to Adeline Cockburn a water colour by Prout and 2 portraits in oils by Chinery; to Marguerite Deloraine an oil painting and two watercolours by Chinery; to all her children in equal shares the property D'Hautree. Codicil added 16 August 1912
Date: October 31st 1912 - October 31st 1912
Will and Testament of Anne Boland, 13 New Street, St Helier, spinster. Dated 16 September 1910. Bequeaths to the priest of St Mary and St Peter's Roman Catholic Church £20 for masses for the repose of her soul and £40 for the poor of the Roman Catholic Community.
Date: May 17th 1912 - May 17th 1912
Will and Testament of Ellen Ryan, 13 Cannon Street, St Helier. Dated 21 June 1900. Bequeaths to the Mission and Roman Catholic Church of St Peter the annual interest accruing from £50 for masses for the repose of her soul and that of others, and the interest accruing from £20 to be paid for upkeep of her tombstone in Almorah Cemetery; £10 for the benefit of the poor attending church; to The Little Sisters of the Poor £40 and all linen, clothes and household furniture. Residue of estate to the Priest in charge of the Roman Catholic Church of St Mary and St Peter, 1/2 to be applied for the funds of the Church and the other 1/2 for masses. Codicil added 7 July 1908 reduces the legacy to The Little Sisters of the Poor to £10.
Date: April 19th 1920 - April 19th 1920
Testament of Eugène Joseph Duprey, 15½ Queen Street, St Helier. Dated 2 March 1929. Bequeaths to the Roman Catholic Church of Portsmouth £200; to the Roman Catholic Church of St Thomas £200; to the Roman Catholic Church of St Matthews £100; to the Roman Catholic Church in St Martin £100 and to the Roman Catholic Church of St Mary and St Peter £100.
Date: October 5th 1929 - October 5th 1929
Testament of Elizabeth Tierney, West End Lodge, Lewis Street, St Helier. Dated 19 December 1932. Codicil added 3 October 1933. Desires to be buried in Almorah Cemetery. Bequeaths the residue of a legacy to Bridget Tierney to the Rector of St Mary and St Peters Roman Catholic Church to be used for the poor of the parish.
Date: December 15th 1933 - December 15th 1933
Will and Testament of Albert Peter Lion, of St Mary and St Peter's [Church], Winchester Street, St Helier. Bequeaths £500 and his car to Andre Hacquoil, £200 to Peter Lion, £200 to Mary Duffy, £200 to Reverend Herbert Donovan, and £100 to Reverend J H King, Bishop of Portsmouth. Dated 08/03/1947. [Includes one closed document]
Date: June 3rd 1949 - June 3rd 1949
Will and Testament of Arthur Francis Le Pape, of The Priory, 2, Hampton Place, Parade Place, St Helier. Bequeaths to St Mary and St Peter's Church, the contents of the oratory or chapel and sacristy of The Priory aforesaid; to the States of Jersey, the contents of the flat above the chapel; to the Jersey Public Library, the books in the aforesaid flat. Dated 02/09/1952. [Includes five closed documents]
Date: February 5th 1958 - February 5th 1958
Will and Testament of Margaret Jane Ahier, widow of John Richard Phelps, of Rozel, Cleveland Avenue, Havre des Pas, St Helier. Bequeaths to Margaret Amy Renouf, née Dorey, Gertrude Nance Houguez, née Dorey, Hilda Frances Ching, née Dorey, Christine Edith Ahier, Ethelwyn Le Feuvre, Marjorie Perchard, née Le Feuvre, Flora Le Feuvre, Marjorie Perchard, née Le Feuvre, Flora Le Feuvre, Elise Ahier, Frederick George Dorey, Laurence Philip Dorey, the Jersey branch of St Vincent de Paul and St Mary and St Peter's Roman Catholic Church, the sum of £50 each. Bequeaths to her brothers and sisters all her wearing apparel, jewellery, plate, plated articles, linen, china, glass, books, pictures, prints furniture and all other household effects. Dated 13/01/1949 (Includes 1 closed document)
Date: April 19th 1950 - April 19th 1950