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Digital copy of Historic Abuse Redress Scheme Documentation: Witness 202's Social Services Records. [Some details redacted].
Date: July 28th 1954 - August 1st 1966
Will and Testament of Georgina Ann Ingrm of 2, Richmond Villas, Richmond Road, St Helier, spinster. Dated 20/2/1892. Bequeaths to Dr Barnado's Homes £100, to the Victoria Street Society for the Protection of Animals from Vivisection £100, to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, to the Temporary Home for Lost and Starving Dogs and Cats, Battersea £100, to the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals £25. To the Asylum for Infirm and Aged Women £25, to the Ragged School, St Helier £25.
Date: March 19th 1892 - March 19th 1892
Image of an artist's impression by H S Hepburn of Jersey's float for the Easter Parade at the Battersea Festival Gardens and Funfair. Negative number 456 of Tourism Subject Box number 11 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The negative was scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as a high quality jpg file. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.
Date: 1964-03 - March 31st 1964
Images of Treena Foster, winner of Miss Jersey 1979, on the poster advertising Easter Parade due to be held at Battersea Park on 19 April 1981. Miss Foster is pictured seated on a float sent by Jersey to the parade the year before [from JEP 10/04/1981 p 3].
Date: April 9th 1981 - April 9th 1981
Photographer: Glenn Rankine
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7169.
Copy of extract from Baptismal Register of the Parish of St Peter, Battersea, London of May Ruth Hellier Ahier
Date: 1895 - 1895
Letter from John Picot, Prince of Wales Mansions Battersea, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa St Aubin's Road Jersey. He writes that he has recently seen family friends and that he hopes the Infantile Paralysis epidemic in Jersey is now over
Date: September 18th 1949 - September 18th 1949
Letter from John Picot, Prince of Wales Mansions Battersea, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, 3, Balmoral Terrace, Trinity Hill, Jersey. He writes to ask if his parents are settled in their new address and to tell them that he will be sitting for his 'Masters Ticket' in two weeks time.
Date: September 28th 1949 - September 28th 1949
Letter from John Picot, Prince of Wales Mansions Battersea, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa St Aubin's Road Jersey. He writes that he hopes to hand in his papers to the Chief Examiner during the next week
Date: October 10th 1949 - October 10th 1949
Letter from John Picot, Prince of Wales Mansions Battersea, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, 3, Balmoral Terrace, Trinity Hill Jersey. He thanks them for their good wishes on his success and tells them that he will be taking his 'ovals' again next week. He writes that he is considering leaving the British India Steam Navigation Company and joining a company that comes home more often. He writes that he is considering joining the Royal Mail as their ships make shorter runs
Date: November 2nd 1949 - November 2nd 1949
Telegram from John Picot, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, 3, Balmoral Terrace, Trinity Hill Jersey informing them that he has passed his examinations and that he hopes to be home on Monday
Date: November 11th 1949 - November 11th 1949
Letter from John Picot, R M V [Royal Mail Vessel] Parima, Liverpool, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, 3, Balmoral Terrace, Trinity Hill Jersey. He writes that he has received the mail and that he is awaiting a parcel containing his razor. He provides a description of the ship and her crew
Date: November 26th 1949 - November 26th 1949
Teachers Certificate awarded to Thomas Adderson by the Lords of the Committee of the Privy Council on Education in December 1877. Contains reports of 10 subsequent examinations of teaching standards performed by His Majestys Inspector of Schools leading to an award of Teacher First Class
Date: May 11th 1877 - May 11th 1877
First class certificate of advanced examination in Principles of Agriculture awarded to Thomas Adderson aged 23 by order of Norman Macleod
Date: May 13th 1879 - May 13th 1879
Photographic slides taken in London. Includes photographic slides of: a fancy dress gymkhana organised by South London Swimming Club at Battersea Park and Tooting Common, featuring Diane Woodman, Marion Green and Pat Jackson, Kenneth and Kathleen Le Sueur with their niece Margaret de Carteret in the Le Sueurs' rose garden at 35, The Woodlands, Beulah Hill, Upper Norwood; and Kenneth and Kathleen having tea with Dr Arthur Mourant in his garden in Putney.
Date: April 1st 1967 - August 20th 1967
Photographic slides taken in London. Includes photographic slides of: Reverend R W Lee with his Chow Chow named Shen, and flowers at All Saints with St Margaret Church, Upper Norwood; and the 1969 Easter Parade in Battersea Park, featuring steam engines, period dress, camels, drummers and a float from Jersey. [For the photographic slides of the Jersey float at the Easter Parade in Battersea Park, see L/C/142/C1/A/69/5/4, 18-20].
Date: March 7th 1969 - April 15th 1969
Deed of grave issued by Battersea Borough Council for the interrments of Henry Thomas Wingate and Margaret Wingate
Date: 1950 - 1960
Date: 1960 - 1960
Date: June 1st 1914 - June 1st 1914
Date: November 30th 1955 - November 30th 1955
Date: 1950 - 1950