Testament of Louis François Benjamin Cuquemelle, doctor. Dated 14/03/1859. Bequeaths to Louis Le Tailles, the Bible in three languages. Desires to be buried in Almorah Cemetery, with the ceremony of the the order of French Masons.

Reference: D/Y/A/29/126

Date: March 18th 1859 - March 18th 1859

Copy dated 08/02/1881 from the Register of Deeds of Edinburgh of the Will and Testament of James Clapperton of Cranbourne Hall, Jersey, now of Sizelands Hotel, York Road, Lambeth, Co.. Surrey, gentleman. Dated 23/04/1880. Bequeaths to the Grand Master of St Aubin's Masonic Lodge £19 19 shillings, to the Girls Orphans Home £10.

Reference: D/Y/A/41/91

Date: February 26th 1881 - February 26th 1881

Will and Testament of Charles Marrie of Adelaide, South Australia, now of 16, Pomona Road, St Helier, retired storekeeper and gentleman. Dated 29/9/1879. Bequeaths to Mary Ann Bisson 20 shares in the Masonic and General Life Assurance Co. To Ada Elizabeth Grigriy Marrie , A.Boyer and Johnson's Dictionaries .To James Baudains 20 shares in the Masonic and General Life Assurance Co. To John Le Cronier, Boileau in 2 Volumes. To John Styles, Pope's works in 1 Volume and W.Taley's works in 1 Volume.

Reference: D/Y/A/42/73

Date: 1882-4-29 - 1882-4-29

Will and Testament of William Henry Chapman of Nelson House, St Helier. Dated 24/12/1896. Bequeaths to Joseph George Chapman all Masonic jewels, to Henry Matthias Walden a bond value of £10 due of the Masonic Temple. Codicil added 16/04/1897.

Reference: D/Y/A/58/30

Date: April 17th 1899 - April 17th 1899

Testament of Philippe Blampied of St Helier. Dated 10/08/1899. Desires to be buried in Mont à l'Abbé Cemetery. Bequeaths to the National School of St Helier £10, to the Masonic Temple, Stopford Road £10.

Reference: D/Y/A/59/117

Date: November 28th 1900 - November 28th 1900

Testament of Edward Charles Malet de Carteret, St Ouen's Manor, temporarily of The Terminus Hotel, St Aubin, St Brelade, Seigneur of Fief Haubert and Seigniory of St Ouen. Dated 8 May 1909. Bequeaths to Charles Edward Malet de Carteret all books, documents, regalia, emblems, jewels and insignias of office belonging to him as Grand Master of the Free Masons.

Reference: D/Y/A/73/93

Date: September 10th 1914 - September 10th 1914

Will and Testament of Frederick Gardiner, 6 Cathees Road, Balham, London. Dated 24 August 1906. Bequeaths to Elliott George Gardiner all masonic regalia.

Reference: D/Y/A/82/134

Date: November 4th 1922 - November 4th 1922

Will and Testament of Henry James Underhill, St Helier. Dated 4 October 1919. Bequeaths to James Foster the ring presented to him by the Free Masons; to Josephine Underhill for life the property Evesham House. Codicil added 19 October 1921 Codicil added 25 March 1924

Reference: D/Y/A/84/106

Date: September 17th 1924 - September 17th 1924

Testament of Francis Touzel Le Feuvre of 2, St Saviour's Crescent, St Saviour. Dated 29 October 1927. Bequeaths to the Widows and Orphans Masonic Insitute, Bengal, £200. Codicil added 8 November 1927

Reference: D/Y/A/88/52

Date: March 20th 1928 - March 20th 1928

Testament of Charles John De Quetteville, 5 Commercial Street, St Helier. Dated 27 November 1928. Bequeaths to the Royal Sussex Lodge 491 the address and jewel presented to him by the said Lodge.

Reference: D/Y/A/90/102

Date: August 2nd 1930 - August 2nd 1930

Testament of Philip Barnett Bentlif, 7 David Place, St Helier, member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, of the Royal College of Surgeons and Licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries of London. Dated 15 August 1929. Bequeaths his Masonic clothing to the Middlesex Hospital Lodge, all medical instruments and books to Philip Graeme Bentlif. Codicil added 4 February 1933

Reference: D/Y/A/95/39

Date: November 9th 1933 - November 9th 1933

Will and Testament of John Speer, Pemarara Cottage, St Brelade. Dated 9 February 1925. Bequeaths to James Griffith Speer his Masonic Regalia and Jewels; if he is not a Freemason, bequeaths them to the Provincial Grand Lodge of Jersey.

Reference: D/Y/A/99/125

Date: December 2nd 1936 - December 2nd 1936

Will and Testament of Mary Ann Jane Macey, née Blampied, widow of William James Macey, of The Nest, Roussel Street, St Helier. Bequeaths to the Provincial Grand Lodge of Jersey, all the Masonic Regalia and Masonic Jewellery that belonged to her late husband. Dated 08/04/1958. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/58/39

Date: March 11th 1960 - March 11th 1960

Will and Testament of Steuart Bullen Moultrie, of the Grouville Hall Hotel, Grouville. Bequeaths to the Royal Alfred Lodge, Jersey, two boxes of masonic regalia. Dated 28/08/1956. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/62/52

Date: January 20th 1961 - January 20th 1961

Copy from the Principal Probate Registry of the Will and Testament of Walter Clift, generally known as Walter Lawrence Clift, formerly of The Chalet, St Ives, Ringwood, Southampton but later residing at School House, Higher Mannington, near Wimborne, Dorset. Bequeaths to Vernon Lawrence Clift, all personal jewellery; to Walter Alan Clift and Bertrand Lampard Clift, all his masonic jewellery and regalia. Dated 05/02/1938. First Codicil Added 31/07/1940. Second Codicil Added 17/09/1947. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/8/13

Date: January 25th 1951 - January 25th 1951

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Charles Marett, mason, fined for neglecting to work at La Rocco, St Ouen

Reference: D/Y/G1/1/253

Date: September 19th 1797 - November 28th 1799

File concerning the appeal case of Clement Huelin, heard before the Military Service Act (Jersey) 1917 Central Tribunal, held at the Cour Royale on the 6th November 1917. Includes completed Application as to Exemption and Notice of Appeal forms, and supporting statement, relating to case numbers 532/589 of the Western District Tribunal. The Appeal was applied for by Mr Walter John Boniface, Clement's employer. Also includes a solicitors letter stating that their client wished to withdraw from the appeal, and a list of male employees of military ages of Messrs W J Boniface

Reference: D/Y/R2/9/3

Date: August 30th 1917 - November 6th 1917

Correspondence and papers relating to Societies, Clubs etc. Includes correspondence relating to applications from societies wishing to continue their activities, and from the following societies the Ex-Service Men's Associations, the Jersey United Services Club, the Jersey Rotary Club, the British Legion, the Union Nationale des Combattants, the Association Amicale des Anciens Combattants de Jersey, the Jersey Freemasons, and the Independent Order of Oddfellows, Jersey District - contains copies of the last two societies contracts and an Act of the States for the liquidation of their property. See also B/A/W30/13

Reference: D/Z/H5/138

Date: November 5th 1940 - August 4th 1945

Ledger including accounts of payments to Masons and Labourers for maintenance of roads and streets in St Helier [Indexed by Street Name]

Reference: F/D/D3/1

Date: February 13th 1905 - December 2nd 1927

Ledger including accounts of pay to masons and labourers, tarring and cartage

Reference: F/D/D3/3

Date: June 30th 1914 - June 1st 1928

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