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/15

Date: 1889 - 1890

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/16

Date: 1891 - 1891

Boys School, St Ouen's Parochial Jersey, later changed to St Ouens Parochial Mixed School log book [This log book has been indexed by people's names. Please note that the person that you are interested in may only appear on one page]

Reference: D/J/N28/1

Date: January 10th 1872 - June 10th 1908

St Ouens Wesleyan School Log book. This volume records the daily events at the school and has been indexed by name of the person mentioned. The index created by volunteers has been attached as a PDF so that you can see the page numbers the person is mentioned on. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of the relevant pages.

Reference: D/J/N33/1

Date: May 2nd 1889 - September 1st 1915

Baptism Register of St Ouen's Church - entry for Laura Vibert, daughter of Edouard Vibert and Ada Mary Le Quesne

Reference: G/C/02/E2/5/1330

Date: March 16th 1890

Marriage Register of St Helier Town Church - entry for Frederick Philip Ahier, 30 and Laura Vibert, 21

Reference: G/C/03/A3/22/343

Date: April 5th 1911

St John's Independent Church baptism register - entry for Laura Vibert, daughter of Hélier Vibert and Laura Picot

Reference: J/G/1/A/A/3/170

Date: April 2nd 1884

St John's Independent Church baptism register - entry for Laura Vibert

Reference: J/G/1/A/A/3/192

Date: November 29th 1892

Probate and copy of the will of the late Maria Ann Picot, including a detailed description of bequests due on the estate. Maria Ann Picot daughter of George of Ivy Gate in the Parish of St John leaves the following legacies, to the London Missionary Society of New Bridge Street E.C. the sum of £900, to the British and Foreign Bible Society Queen Victoria Street London EC £700, to the British and Foreign Society to the Jews 9, Great James Street Bedford Row London WC £400, to the London Congregational Union of Memorial Hall Farringdon Street... in aid of the Outcast Fund £500, to the Société Evangelique de France of which Emile Bertrand is at present one of the directors £100, to the Treasurer of the Independent or Congregational Church Herupe St John's for the support of the Ministry £100. Bequests of money and personal effects are left to members of the family, to Dorothy Picot daughter of Philip Walter Picot, Alice Gertrude and Theodora Picot daughters of Henry Picot, Laura Vibert daughter of Helier, Annette Le Sueur daughter of John of La Mare Trinity, the sum of £100. To the children of her cousin Walter Falla £150, Emma Sophia Le Quesne daughter of Richard £150 and a piece of furniture, to Elenore Thérin and Melanie Thérin daughters of Louis £25 and a piece of furniture each, Gaspard Picot son of Heber, Alice and Gertrude Picot, Thomas Falla Le Pelley [of Guernsey], Anna Harriet Le Pelley, Anne Harriet Falla, Louise Le Sueur daughter of John, Harriet Picot daughter of John, Adeline Vibert wife of Charles Clement Le Quesne, Eva Vibert daughter of Helier, Mary Picot daughter of Philip Walter Picot, Herbert Falla, Henry Falla, Laura Falla, Helen Falla, the children of her late uncles Isaac and Thomas Falla, all receive household items of furniture, silverware, paintings or Jewellery. Each executor is to receive £100. A third of the residual estate is to bequeathed to her cousin Philip Picot of Les Ormes, a further third is left to Julia Picot daughter of Uncle Charles Picot, and the final third is bequeathed to Sophia Jane Neel wife of John Le Sueur. Philip Walter Picot and Herbert Falla are named as joint executors.Dated 30/05/1906

Reference: L/C/125/C35/2

Date: February 29th 1908 - February 29th 1908

Joint statement of wishes to be carried out in the event of death, made by Maria Ann Picot and Emily Picot. Herbert Falla and Walter Picot are named as executors and joint bequests are made to charities, sums of money and personal and household items are left to individual family members

Reference: L/C/125/C44/3

Date: August 20th 1904 - August 20th 1904

Research notes by Robin Cox relating to the Parish of St Helier including; a notebook entitled 'List of money given to our children & where placed' relating to money given to an unamed family; paperwork relating to tithes paid on land in the Vingtaine du Mont au Pretre by Anna Pipon, tutrice of Jean Le Geyt; copy of papers relating to the rescue by Captain Helier Vibert of the schooner Larch of a crew on the American vessel Beaver including the Captain John Edmonds and the subsequent difficulties he faced in accommodating them and selling the merchandise that he was carrying, 1849 and an anecdote of Captain Philippe Vibert from 1784; miscellaneous file of documents including a copy of a meeting of the Conseil d'Administration de l'Union Agricole de Jersey, 1903, copy of a court case brought by Reverend Philippe Guille, Rector of St Mary against George M Jones for defamation, 1853, list of land belonging to Philippe Picot of Beech Farm, copy of an Ecclesiastical Court record registering the testament of Helier Vibert, son of Helier, 1920, list of contracts involving the late Lydia Anna Le Quesne, 1885, list of rentes received on the property of Emma Le Gallais, legatees of the late Margaret Le Gallais, née Clement in account with A T Le Quesne, 1898, lease of 9, Market Street, St Helier between Charles Clement Le Quesne, Procureur of Ann Susan Le Gallais, his mother of the first party and Jacques Joseph Fossey of the second party, 1899, copy of the partage des heritages dividing up the estate of the late Marie Clement, 1895 and copy of the partage des heritages dividing up the estate of the late Emma Le Gallais, 1922; file including paperwork relating to Helier Vibert and Laura Vibert including letters and lists of property, 1885-1920; Accounts of Florence Jane Le Quesne and Charles Clement Le Quesne with P Falla, 1898-1904, transactions of the late Josué Noel, son of Josué, 1877-1880, list of rentes received on the property of the late Lydia Anna Le Quesne and list of the property of the late Alice Le Gallais; file of 19th Century contracts relating to Philippe Le Feuvre, procureur of Henry Amy, Charles Clement Le Quesne, Jeanne Nicolle, wife of Clement Le Gallais, Philippe Le Gallais, Thomas Filleul Mourant, Adolphus Thomas Le Quesne, tuteur of Florence Jane Le Quesne, George Vautier and George Philippe Crill, procureur of William Cullen and Elise Elizabeth Mollet his wife; file of 19th Century contracts relating to Jean Simon, procureur of Edmund Henry Turton, Philippe Le Gallais, Marguerite Clement, his wife, Philippe Pellier, Philippe Gallichan, Robert Brown Colley, Philippe Le Vesconte, Philippe Mourant Richardson, Charles Clement Le Quesne, Jacob Copp, Adolphus Thomas Le Quesne and Philippe Alfred Roissier, procureur of Albert Macé and Alice Gaudin, his wife, file of 19th Century contracts relating to Charles Alexandre, Philippe Le Gallais, Edward Pike Osborne, Philippe Le Gallais, procureur of Charles de la Garde, Clement Le Gallais, procureur of Philippe Le Gallais, Philippe Winter Le Quesne, Thomas Gaudin, Francois Le Sueur, Marguerite Clement, wife of Philippe Le Gallais and Ann Susan Le Gallais; paperwork relating to Charles Clement Le Quesne, Ann Susan Le Gallais and Helier Vibert including accounts, contracts and receipts

Reference: L/C/152/176

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