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Testament of Benjamin Symon Muckersie, Invertiel, Grouville, batchelor. Dated 29 November 1946. Bequeaths to the Johanesburg Art Museum three pieces of Louis XV and Louis XVI furniture in the music room at Invertiel, and the Seven Sacred Monkey Satsuma vase to the Karoo Garden, Kirstenbosh, South Africa, and to the Cactus & Succulent Society of Great Britain £1000 each.
Date: October 22nd 1947 - October 22nd 1947
Testament of Bertram Godfray Falle Baronet of Hambie, Jersey. Dated 6 November 1946. Wishes to be buried in the Godfray vault at St Saviours churchyard. Bequeaths Chippendale chairs to Ethel, Lady Bonham, a drinking cup marked 'Marie Rozel' to A Falle. Various other bequests to relations and friends.
Date: December 3rd 1948 - December 3rd 1948
Testament of Thomas Cole of St Saviour. Dated 27/06/1865. Codicil added 03/05/1867. Codicil added 16/10/1869. Includes detailed list of furniture in each room.
Date: December 8th 1870 - December 8th 1870
Will and Testament of William Le Duc. Dated 30/12/1880. Bequeaths to his wife, one third of Carmel House and to William Le Duc, two thirds of Carmel House. Includes a detailed list of furniture bequests.
Date: July 9th 1887 - July 9th 1887
Testament of Louise Adèle de la Cloche of Manor Cottage, Samares, St Clement. Dated 19/11/1897. Bequeaths to the Presbytarian Catholics of St Martin a number of named items of furniture for temporary storage till they can be given to the Presbytarian Catholics of Grouville, to Melina Marie Risbecq a little dog 'Lady', a parrot and a Church book covered in silver with an image of Jesus Christ and angels on the cover in silver.
Date: February 10th 1898 - February 10th 1898
Will and Testament of Horace Fitch, 54 Bath Street, St Helier, furniture dealer. Dated 22 March 1929. Bequeaths to Alwyn Horace Fitch the properties 19 Charles Street and 2 Providence Street, and stores in Bath Street; to Flora Elaine O'Brien the property 54 Bath Street, St Helier; to Charles William O'Brien the property Muscat, Georgetown, St Helier.
Date: April 4th 1929 - April 4th 1929
Will and Testament of Beatrice Emily Markham, wife of Richard Murning, of Windsor Villa, Beaumont, St Lawrence. Bequeaths all her jewellery to her sister, Dorothy Muriel Baker, née Markham, wife of Wilfred Baker, all her furniture, household and personal effects are bequeathed to her husband. The residue of the estate is bequeathed to her sons Richard Henry Murning and Roderick Frank Murning. Dated 28/11/1946
Date: April 20th 1949 - April 20th 1949
Will and Testament of Touzel John Bree, son of John Elias, a native of St Clement and now residing in Sunnyholme, Grouville. Bequeaths to Kathleen Jessie Le Brocq, his wife, all household furniture, linen and plate and all contents of Sunnyholme. Dated 08/05/1947. [Includes one closed document]
Date: August 22nd 1951 - August 22nd 1951
Will and Testament of Alfred John Bisson of The Poplars, La Moye, St Brelade. Bequeaths to Janet Susan Bisson his furniture, linen, plate and household and domestic effects. Dated 23/11/1948. [Includes one closed document]
Date: August 31st 1951 - August 31st 1951
Will and Testament of Lilian Pinson, née Constable, widow of Charles Henry Pinson, of Links Hotel, Grouville. Desires to be cremated and her ashes interred in her late husband's grave in Tettenhall Churchyard, Staffordshire, or if that is not possible buried in St Saviour's Cemetery. Bequeaths to her daughter Jean Constable Borrett, née Pinson, wife of Reverend Charles Walter Borrett, the whole of her personal, household and other effects, including furniture, jewellery and motor cars and the sum of £10,000. Dated 09/01/1948. Codicil Added 21/12/1950. [Includes two closed document]
Date: September 5th 1951 - September 5th 1951
Will and Testament of Clarissa Elina Fauvel, née Noel, widow of George Francis Fauvel, of Arundel, St Martin. Bequeaths to George Clement Fauvel, a Japanese tea set; to Joan Frances Fauvel, a silver tea service; to Hazel Maud Le Brocq, née Fauvel, her furniture, linen, crockery and other household effects except her silver. Dated 30/05/1951. [Includes one closed document]
Date: October 26th 1951 - October 26th 1951
Will and Testament of Harold Walter Giffard, of Roche d'Or, Samarès, an advocate. Desires to be buried in the vault he caused to be built in the St Clement's Cemetery with a suitable headstone. Bequeaths to Peter Hawksford Giffard, the decoration and diploma of the Legion of Honour given by the Government of the French Republic and the miniature decoration of the same order, the cross of decoration of Orange-Nassau awarded by Her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands to be returned to her and for Peter Hawsford Giffard to keep the miniature decoration and diploma of the same name and documents relating to the decorations, further Peter Hawksford Giffard receives all the law book at Roche d'Or and in the room at 23, Hill Street together with the furniture in the room on condition that he becomes an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey within a year of his death, if this does not happen they are bequeathed to Philip Antonio Poch. Bequeaths to Albert Edward Ereaut, any six books he selects from the library at Roche d'Or; to Peter Hawksford Giffard, all clothes, jewellery, watches, chains, trinkets and all silver glass vases bowls and decanters and all his masonic regalia, jewels and rituals unless his son is not a freemason at his death then it will be presented to the Grand Master to dispose of as he sees fit; to John Wilfred Le Boutillier, three dozen bottles of wines or spirits of his choice; to Dorothy Mary Le Boutillier, wife of John Hagar Pettit, £25 to purchase a token of remembrance; to Pierre Moussaud, his sleeve links of dumb-bell pattern; to Odette Rondot, a musical watch; to Annie Clare Howard-Edwards, née Norman, two silver mounted liqueur decanters and liqueur glasses; to Captain John Anquetil Norman, all his fishing rods, cases, gear and tackle; to Angelo Nelson Symons, any one etching drawn by Edmund Blampied; to Henry John Shone, an antique candle snuffer and tray; to his wife Hélène Henriette Giffard, née Gouillard, the whole of the furniture, pictures, prints, silver, plate, wine, spirits not specifically bequeathed; to Mabel Frances Maclure, née Giffard, any trinket she may decide to select as a memento. Dated 12/07/1941. Codicil Added 09/10/1945. [Includes one closed document]
Date: November 3rd 1951 - November 3rd 1951
Will and Testament of Reginald Philip Roissier, formerly of Fairfield Estate, Peermade, South India, but now of Jersey. Bequeaths to his son Douglas Philip St Clair Roissier, eleven pieces of pewter inherited from his father Philip Alfred Roissier and connected with Hamptonne Farm and King Charles II's visit, the large silver tea and coffee service,the gold watch and chain and the paintings done by members of the Ouless family; to his wife, Rennald Gertrude McDougal Roissier, the remainder of his silver, plate, china, glass, linen, furniture and household effects. Dated 09/07/1947. [Includes one closed document]
Date: January 19th 1952 - January 19th 1952
Will and Testament of Alice Jane Gallichan, née Le Boutillier, widow of Francis Grandin Gallichan, of Oeno, St Aubin's Road, First Tower, St Helier. Bequeaths to Alfred Francis Gallichan, her dwellinghouses known as 1 and 2, Killowen, First Tower and the farm known as Portinfer, St Ouen; to Garnet Harold Gallichan the usufruct of the dwellinghouse and shop 1, Poonah Road, St Helier; to Sydney Gallichan, a grandfather clock; to Garnet Harold Gallichan, a chest of drawers and the looking glass on top of it; to Norah Maud Gallichan, all her shares in the Jersey Café Company Limited, all her jewellery, linen, personal effects and household furniture. Dated 26/10/1949. [Includes one closed document]
Date: November 8th 1952 - November 8th 1952
Will and Testament of Winifred Loftus Collas, of L'Espine, Millbrook. Bequeaths to her husband William John Jervais Collas, all her pictures, to her grandson John Nicholas Stevens, her silver cigarette case, to her grandaughter Mary Collette Stevens, her small rose diamond ring and dressing table, to her daughter Joan Charity Stevens, her jewellery, car and wireless set and all personal belongings. Dated 21/09/1944. [Includes one closed document]
Date: July 9th 1949 - July 9th 1949
Will and Testament of Francis Lansley John Cowdery, of 24 Charing Cross, St Helier. Bequeaths the residue of the estate to his two sons, Francis Richard Cowdery and Leslie John Cowdery. Dated 27/11/1944. [Includes one closed document]
Date: July 18th 1949 - July 18th 1949
Will and Testament of Albert Messervy, of Sea Braes, Samarès, St Clement. Bequeaths to his wife, Louisa Renouf Messervy, née Bisson, all silver, silver plate, and plated articles, jewellery, household items, motor car and all personal proprty not consisting of money. Bequeaths to Martha May Cummings, née Messervy, the sum of £200, to Irene Messervy the sum of £100, and to Elsie May Messervy, the remainder of the Trust Fund. Dated 11/06/1947. Codicil added 23/06/1948. Second Codicil added 22/01/1949. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: November 4th 1949 - November 4th 1949
Will and Testament of Mary Louisa Horman, née Fiott, widow of Philippe Horman, of Cyrano, Tower Road, St Helier. Bequeaths to Grace Monica Fiott, her grandfather clock; to Arthur John Fiott, her writing desk; to Ada Jane Fiott, the remainder of her furniture and effects from the house Cyrano. Dated 18/11/1953. [Includes one closed document]
Date: January 28th 1954 - January 28th 1954
Will and Testament of Mabel Eliza Godfray, widow of Walter Francis Perree, of Oaklands Cottage, St Saviour. Deaires to be cremated. Bequeaths to Cyril Godfray Bacon, her card table with claw feet, her french card table, the gentleman's wardrobe with claw feet, her chest of drawers and all her linen and silver; to Sybil Perree, her two burmese silver bowls, her tiger bone brooch and silver snuff box; to Daphne Bacon, all her furs and jewellery. Dated 19/05/1951. Codicil Added 02/07/1952. Second Codicil Added 22/10/1954. [Includes four closed documents]
Date: February 5th 1955 - February 5th 1955
Will and Testament of Ralph Vere Grimwood of Les Augres Manor, Trinity. Bequeaths £250 to Florence Dale, née Williams and Marjory Williams, the crested Grimwood silver and plate to Pamela Spiller, née Grimwood and the furniture, household effects and the rest of the silver and plate to Mabel Leah Sylvia Grimwood, née Williams. Dated 11/03/1949. (Includes three closed documents).
Date: December 5th 1949 - December 5th 1949