Digital copy of an Officer's Report from DC [Detective Constable] 8055 [Gina] Barclay. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW2/A5/13/WD006399

Date: April 24th 2008 - April 24th 2008

Correspondence relating to the designing and building of the new clock for the States Chamber.

Reference: D/AP/P/6

Date: 1888 - 1888

Directorate correspondence relating to the Harrison Memorial Clock at Victoria College

Reference: D/J1/A/B1/B/25/22

Date: August 8th 1967 - August 8th 1967

Testament of Ann Le Moignan, 1 Montrose Villas, Millbrook, St Lawrence, widow of John Renouf. Dated 9 June 1917. Beueaths to James Edmund Renouf the picture "Death of Major Pierson"; to Hilda Mary Renouf a grandfather clock by G Skelton, St Marys. Codicil added 2 February 1934. Desires to be buried in Mont à l'Abbé cemetery.

Reference: D/Y/A/106/40

Date: February 9th 1940 - February 9th 1940

Testament of Francis Philip Dutot, Hamptonne, St Lawrence. Dated 28 October 1929. Bequeaths to Francis John Dutot a silver challenge cup. Codicil added 24 November 1934 Codicil added 25 August 1937. Desires his executors to dispose of by auction an eight day clock by Goupilot, an oil painting by Drujon. Bequeaths to Janet Tarr the paintings "Le Douet" and "The Kings Cup"; to Francis John Dutot the Letters Patent of King Charles II and a £5 gold piece of King Charles II.

Reference: D/Y/A/108/7

Date: April 9th 1941 - April 9th 1941

Will and Testament of Anna Rowe, Rondin, St Marys. Dated 4 Dec 1946 Bequeats to Dr Barnardos £5. Codicil added 17 November 1942. Bequeaths to Clarence Laurens a Grandfather clock in mahogany case inscribed Tho.De Gruchy, Jersey.

Reference: D/Y/A/116/168

Date: December 4th 1946 - December 4th 1946

Testament of Cecile Renouf of St Mary, widow of John Thomas Le Mottée. Dated 18/1/1893. Bequeaths to Philippe Martin Renouf an 8 Day Clock.

Reference: D/Y/A/52/82

Date: 1893-11-6 - 1893-11-6

Testament of James McCrum. Dated 12/4/1892. Bequeaths to William Henry McCrum his 8 Day Clock. To the English Wesleyan Chapel, Jersey £10, to the English Wesleyan Home Missionary Society and the R.W.Foreign Missionary Society £5. each.

Reference: D/Y/A/53/11

Date: January 24th 1894 - January 24th 1894

Testament of Auguste Lahaye De La Haye of Honfleur, France, now of 15, Union Street, St Helier. Dated 24/9/1894. Bequeaths to the President of the Catholic Circle of St Thomas a bell clock, to the Little Sisters of the Poor residue of personal estate.

Reference: D/Y/A/53/94

Date: October 31st 1894 - October 31st 1894

Will and Testament of Henry Burvill Holmes, of 3, Boyne Terrace, St Helier. Bequeaths to Doris Burvill Holmes, all his medals including the decoration of 'Commander of the British Empire', all family miniatures, a clock and his collection of stamps. Dated 28/06/1935. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/16/32

Date: November 18th 1952 - November 18th 1952

Copy from the District Probate Registry, Winchester of the Will and Testament of Florence Edgell, formerly of The Caravan, Brook Bushes, near Lyndhurst, Hampshire, now of Warren House, Lewes, Sussex. Bequeaths to Herbert and Breta Ellis, her collection of butterflies and furniture; to Mrs Ricardo, her collection of clocks. Dated 08/11/1939. Codicil Added 29/09/1948. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/31/54

Date: August 15th 1955 - August 15th 1955

Will and Testament of Margaret Rae Brown Douglas, widow of Gordon Douglas, formerly of 15, Netherby Court, Beaumont, later of 2, Tyneville Flats, Victoria Avenue, St Helier. Bequeaths to Sally Douglas and Helen Douglas, her jewellery; to Duncan Douglas, her desk or bureau and carriage clock. Dated 20/08/1956. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/37/46

Date: September 21st 1956 - September 21st 1956

Copy from the Principal Probate Registry of the Will and Testament of Walter Henry Saunders, of Kingsfield House, 7, Burton Road, Branksome Park, Poole, Dorsetshire. Bequeaths to John Henry Saunders, a grandfather clock. Dated 13/11/1951. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/37/47

Date: September 22nd 1956 - September 22nd 1956

Will and Testament of Edith Jane Blackburn, née Fell, wife in second marriage of Charles Blackburn, of Stirling, Langley Avenue, St Saviour. Desires to be buried in the grave of her first husband George Cornelius Tilley at Mont à L'Abbé Cemetery and that a gravestone with inscription be erected. Bequeaths to Beryl Goswell, née Averty, a grandfather clock; to Helen Le Bas, a Hillway piano and carved clock case. Dated 15/05/1957. Codicil Added 10/08/1957. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/48/53

Date: June 11th 1958 - June 11th 1958

Will and Testament of Violet Edith Brenan, of 12, Avenue Rise, Bushey, Hertfordshire. Bequeaths to John Eustace Brenan, his great grandfather's swords and trafalgar medal; to Alexander Herbert Waldo Brenan, a presentation silver tray which belonged to his grandfather and a dining room clock; to Edward Hardy Brenan, a French Ormolu Clock. Dated 21/02/1939. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/49/28

Date: July 12th 1958 - July 12th 1958

Will and Testament of Godfrey Francis Thorpe, a member of the Bengal Pilot Service, of 1, Boulevard Avenue, St Helier. Bequeaths to William Veale Thorpe all his silver cups, bowls and frames situated in the drawing room of 1, Boulevard Avenue, a small cameo seal and skeleton clock, a gold Alexander the Great Coin and Shekel, to Marian Christine Soul a grandfather clock. Dated 07/01/1949. Codicil Added 27/08/1949. Second Codicil Added 28/07/1950. Third Codicil Added 13/01/1951. [Includes three closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/9/44

Date: April 27th 1951 - April 27th 1951

Will and Testament of Emmeline Maud Binet née Renouf, of White Lodge, Grosvenor Street, St Helier. Bequeaths to Mabel Le Gresley, widow of Charles Stephen Renouf, a snaffle curb bracelet and oil painting by de Martino, to Doris Rose Blampied wife of Philip Louis de Faye the tallboys which belonged to her grandmother, the drawing room clock, six silver spoons, a platinum and gold curb bracelet and a sapphire and diamond ring, to Roy Charles Blampied a mahogany linen press and six silver dessert spoons, to Bertram Liott Blampied a grandfather clock, six silver forks, a silver milk jug, an oak armoire and oak box seat, a chest of drawers and a Louis XV commode, to Philip Louis de Faye an antique mahogany card table and chinese laquer blanket box, to Madge Blampied a diamond brooch and ring, to Winnie Blampied a pair of silver candlesticks and two stone cross over dimond ring, to Michael Blampied a silver milk jug, to Peter Blampied a silver mustard pot, to the Jersey Dispensary and Infirmary £200, to Elsie Labey, née Le Blancq a small silver basket, to Donald Bond a convertible oak hall seat. Dated 04/03/1946. Codicil Added 25/10/1947. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/9/6

Date: March 31st 1951 - March 31st 1951

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