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Will and Testament of Alice Messervy of 7, Victoria Street. Leaves directions for her burial and tombstone. Bequeaths her clothes and linen to the old Women's Home, Regent Road, St Helier, oak cabinet and contents to Hilda Tozzard, her oak work cupboard to Ethel Vigot, her plate and silver to Marjorie Tregaskis, her jewellery to Joan Tregaskis and the remainder of household furniture to the poor of St Helier Parish Church. Dated 23/01/1939. (Includes one closed document).
Date: November 18th 1949 - November 18th 1949
Will and Testament of Janet Sexey Hall of Waukesha, Roseville Street, St Helier. Bequeath to Sister Ethel Maud Randall all her furniture, clothes, linen, other household effects and £100. Bequeaths jewellery to Mrs Querée of 4, Hastings Terrace. Bequeaths £20 to Nellie Henry, Emily Henry, Helen Luke, Frederick Le Boeuf and Mrs Stone, £100 to Philip Antonio Poch and the rest and residue of her peronal property to the Animals' Shelter. Dated 04/07/1947. (Includes one closed document).
Date: December 20th 1949 - December 20th 1949
Will and Testament of Frances Augusta Penno Lloyd of Hillside, Gorey. Bequeaths plate, jewellery, linen, china, glass, books, pictures, prints, furniture and other household effects to Henry Durnford Lloyd. Bequeaths £200 to Hilda Lloyd, £100 to Lilian Machlin, £50 to the Vicar of Gorey Church to beautify the Church. Dated 30/11/1934. Codicil added: 10/09/1943. (Includes one closed document).
Date: December 21st 1949 - December 21st 1949
Will and Testament of Helene Mary Valpy of 15, Trinity Road, St Helier. Beqeaths a mahogany wardrobe to Adele Gertrude Carletta Demaris Oakden, née Gent and to Emily Vardon, née Valpy, furniture, linen, clothes, silver, plate, pictures and household effects. Dated 26/07/1948. (Includes one closed documents).
Date: December 28th 1949 - December 28th 1949
Will and Testament of Adeline Hurry Hurry widow of Edward Hurry of Capponellan, La Haule but residing in Edinburgh as a result of the war. Bequeaths to Margaret Graham Inglis her solitaire diamond engagament ring, her diamond star brooch and her pearl ring; to Jean Adeline Margaret Hurry her emerald and diamond ring, Mrs Blount's three stone diamond ring and her Queen Anne tea and coffe pot set; to Charles Edward Hurry Mrs Brackenridge's silver tea set; to Fairfax Hurry her Georgian tea pot and tea caddy; to Kate Emma Goslett her pigeon blood opal pendant and chain; to Lieutenant Commander Edward Hurry furniture, jewellery, silver and plate, pictures, books and motor cars. Dated 12/07/1940. (Includes two closed documents).
Date: January 20th 1950 - January 20th 1950
Will and Testament of Auguste Legouix, of 1, Duhamel Street, St Helier. Bequeaths to Stanley Legouix, all his furniture, poultry and cows. Dated 28/04/1950. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: December 7th 1956 - December 7th 1956
Will and Testament of Mary Ann Selous of Sunnydell, Léoville, St Ouen, widow of John Hamon Le Boutillier. Bequeaths to Francis Le Boutillier various mahogany furniture, a grandfather clock, armchair and tray; to Eunice Collas de Caen eiderdown quilt and bedspread, silver fruit stand, cabinet and books. Dated 15/10/1948. (Includes one closed document).
Date: March 3rd 1950 - March 3rd 1950
Will and Testament of May Vickers, née Houghton of Ashley House, St Saviour widow of William Henry Playfair Vickers. Includes instructions concerning her tombstone inscription and an extensive list of gifts of jewellry, silver and furniture etc. Dated 03/03/1947. First Codicil Added: 18/11/1948. Second Codicil Added: 06/04/1949. Third Codicil Added: 25/07/1949. (Includes two closed documents).
Date: March 4th 1950 - March 4th 1950
Will and Testament of Amy Ann Frances Malet de Carteret, née Armstrong of St Ouen's Manor, St Ouen, widow of Jurat Reginald Malet de Carteret. Desires to be buried in St Ouen's Parish Cemetery and that soon after her death her dog be taken to the Animal Shelter and put to sleep. Bequeaths to her son Guy Malet de Carteret her furniture, a Limerick lace shawl, her miniatures and two oil portraits of her mother and herself to her daughter Ella Marie Phillips, née Malet de Carteret the rest of her lace and her water-colour paintings, to her granddaughter Genette Malet de Carteret her collection of Venetian glass, 2 bracelets and a brooch, to her granddaughter Alison Douce Phillips one half of the books that she owned, to her grandson Philip Malet de Carteret the other half of her books, to her grandson Philip Malet de Carteret a writing table and to her grandson Reginald Malet de Carteret all plate, silver and oil paintings not already bequeathed. Dated 17/06/1936. (Includes one closed document)
Date: April 13th 1950 - April 13th 1950
Will and Testament of John Hooper Valpy, of Villa des Pas, Green Street, St Helier, clerk in holy orders. Bequeaths to John Charles Kenneth Hooper Valpy, an oak escritoire, mahogany wardrobe, an old oak chest, a gold watch, his Letters of Order and a photograph of his father; to Peter Andrew Hooper Valpy, a grandfather clock, mahogany sideboard, an oak hall stand, a silver presentation watch and his Letters of Appointment. Wishes that his family select any books of his that they want, the Jersey Library receive books from the Lidden Gift and any others they may want and all theological books to be offered to the Dean of Jersey for the use of the clergy of the Church of England. Dated 30/03/1954. [Includes one closed document]
Date: October 14th 1959 - October 14th 1959
Will and Testament of Philip Le Brocq of 2, West End Terrace, Peirson Road, St Helier. Bequeaths to National Children's Home and Orphanage £50, to Dr Barnado's Homes £50, to Reverend Lax's Mission (Poplar) £50, to the Jersey General Dispensary £50, to the Jersey Blind Society £50, to the Jersey District Nursing Association £50, to Brig Y Don Children's Convalescent and Holiday Home £50, to the Jersey Home for Aged folk £50, to the Red Cross International Society £200. Bequeaths to John Philip Le Brocq his gold watch and chain and the oil painting "Battle of Jersey" by Hilson. Bequeaths to John Le Brocq portraits of himself and his wife by John Helier Lander. Bequeaths to Ann Elizabeth Deslandes, née Bree photographs of his wife and son, a sampler, oak table, photographs of family and various other items. Bequeaths to George Deslandes his inlaid press and card table. Bequeaths to Harold Stanley Deslandes his wardrobe, grandfather clock with boat and his grave plot in Almorah Cemetery. Bequeaths to Kenneth Woodhouse a rug, silver brushes, sewing machine and silver bowls. Bequeaths to Laura May Deslandes his tea set and motor car. Dated 31/12/1945. First Codicil Added: 23/12/1946. Second Codicil Added: 18/10/1948. (Includes two closed documents).
Date: August 22nd 1950 - August 22nd 1950
Will and Testament of Frederick William Knight of Storrington, Samares, St Clement. Bequeaths to Charles Ogier all furniture, household items and everything connected to his business Knight's Imperial Tours in the wish that he continues with the business, to the company enough money to have a stained glass window placed in the window over the porch at St Patrick's Church, Samares, to the Jersey Blind Society one sixth of his personal estate and to the Little Sisters of the Poor one sixth of his personal estate. Dated 07/09/1950. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: November 28th 1950 - November 28th 1950
Will and Testament of Amelia Jane Brown of Coopersale Hall Bungalow, Epping, Essex. Bequeaths to Jane Grandin, all her household effects, furniture and wearing apparel. Dated 02/06/1942. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: February 7th 1951 - February 7th 1951
Will and Testament of Hedley Mortimer Arthur, of Le Coin, La Rocque. Bequeaths to Constance Arthur, née Touzel, all the household furniture and effects. Dated 07/11/1946. First Codicil Added 09/04/1947. [Includes one closed document]
Date: February 13th 1951 - February 13th 1951
Will and Testament of Henry John Romeril, of 2, The Terrace, Grosvenor Street, St Helier. Bequeaths to Florence Eunice Guinard, née Herve, his bed, gas-cooker, wireless set, chest of drawers and £60; to Ruby Whidlam, née Romeril, £60 and the remainder of his furniture except an Oak Press which he bequeaths to Michael Whidlam. Dated 15/12/1950. [Includes one closed document]
Date: January 22nd 1951 - January 22nd 1951
Will and Testament of Fergus Young, furniture dealer, of Tedrose Guest House, 3, Clarendon Road and formerly of 43, Old Craigie Road, Dundee. Dated 25/03/1948. [Includes one closed document]
Date: February 25th 1965 - February 25th 1965
Will and Testament of Augustine Mary de Gruchy, née Auffray, of Inglenook, St Brelade. Bequeaths to Agnes Annie Pullinger, née de Gruchy, her lounge furniture and bedroom furniture and to Marjory Beryl Humphries, née de Gruchy, her chest of drawers, mirror and writing table. Dated 09/01/1951. [Includes one closed document]
Date: April 7th 1951 - April 7th 1951
Will and Testament of Blanche Florence Wallis Podger wife of George Hawkes Pool of Mount Edgecumbe, Queen's Road, St Helier. Desires to be cremated and interred in her late father's grave. Bequeaths to Alec Roy Pool a sofa, two armchairs, one leather divan chair, a satinwood bedroom suite, all stair and passage carpets, a rug, Japanese blue vases, a large oak bookcase, an oak sideboard with carved fruit, a large electric gramaphone and small gramaphone with 30 records, a square fawn carpet and oval rugs and to Gordon Hawkes Pool a mahogany dining table with three leaves, six mahogany chairs and two armchairs, a mahogany sideboard with mirror back, two fancy chairs, a leather divan chair, a brass tray and stand, a large red carpet, a large carved oak sideboard with mirror back, a dining oak table with two leaves, a gilt square looking glass, a black marble clock, a blue chesterfield and two divan chairs, two large Japanese vases, a large oak umbrella stand, a set of three dog vases, a rosewood bedroom suite and bedstead, a mahogany wing wardrobe, a mahogany chest of drawers, a mahogany oval looking glass and table, two large fancy rugs, an electric sweeper and a mangle. Dated 09/10/1945. [Includes five closed documents]
Date: April 20th 1951 - April 20th 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]
Date: March 31st 1951 - March 31st 1951
Will and Testament of John Edward Hocquard of Washington Lodge, St Clement. Desires to be buried in the family grave in St John's Cemetery. Bequeaths to Cornelia Hurley, née Hocquard, 27 shares in the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company, USA and bonds for £200 of British War Loan Three and a half per cent, to Ada Elizabeth Simon, née Hocquard, wife of Philip John Simon, his jewellery, silver and plate, clothing and personal ornaments, to Lilian Eliza Blampied, née Gruchy, wife of Adolphus Joshua Blampied, his household furniture and linen and to Adolphus Joshua Blampied a steel fireproof safe. Dated 22/01/1944. [Includes one closed documents]
Date: April 2nd 1951 - April 2nd 1951