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Date: August 20th 1945 - August 22nd 1945
Digital copy of an Extract from an Officer's Report detailing a conversation with a former member of staff at Les Chênes. Undated, c. 2009. [Some details redacted].
Date: 2009 - 2009
Directorate correspondence relating to Jersey Arts Council, includes; correspondence regarding the purchase of a concert grand piano for the Island, details of proposals to establish an Arts Centre in Jersey with associated correspondence and a copy of a progress report about the Arts Centre, October 1970.
Date: August 26th 1969 - November 21st 1970
Travel Permits completed by people leaving Jersey on the SS Alberta for Guernsey and Southampton on the 11th of June 1919
Date: June 11th 1919 - June 11th 1919
Testament of Isabella Alexandra Albertha Burt née Cavey, Kent Lodge, Clarendon Road, St Helier, widow. Dated 19 June 1929. Bequeaths to Roy Filleul a picture of the Battle of Jersey in colours, to Ella Isobel Burt her upright piano; to Vera Lucille Burt her grand piano. Codicil added 19 November 1943. Bequeaths the grand piano to Roy Filleul Burt and to Ella Isobel Burt the Kingsway gas cooking stove.
Date: January 30th 1945 - January 30th 1945
Testament of Jane Poingdestre of St Saviour, spinster. Dated 25/06/1830. Bequeaths to Ann Poingdestre her pianoforte.
Date: September 6th 1830 - September 6th 1830
Testament of Francis Philip Pirouet, Diélament Manor, Trinity. Dated 2 November 1889. Bequeaths to the poor of Trinity £1; to Catherine Julia Le Brocq a walnut piano by Justin Browne and a Singer sewing machine.
Date: May 29th 1905 - May 29th 1905
Will and Testament of Philip James Falle, Sylvan Villa, Grouville. Dated 9 April 1906. Bequeaths to Wilfred Phillip Falle a telescope by J H Steward; to Dorothy Marie Falle a piano by Rud Ibach Sohn; to Maria Philippa Falle for life the properties Sylvan Villa, Carrefour au Clercq and Les Clos des Simeon et Les Cosnet, Grouville, and a share of the houses, stores and yards, no. 25 Broad Street bordered on the south by Commercial Street, St Helier; reversion to his children. Codicil added 10 August 1906.
Date: February 21st 1907 - February 21st 1907
Will and Testament of William Ferdinand Hermann Stahl, 2 Trafalger Terrace, New St Johns Road, St Helier, esquire. Dated 16 March 1912. Bequeaths to Eleonore Jane D'Esterre Stahl a Grand Piano by Bluthner; to Hermann Carl Farrar Stahl an Iron Cross War Medal 1870 - 1871 and Emperor Williams Memorial Medal.
Date: August 20th 1912 - August 20th 1912
Will and Testament of Jacob Copp, St Helier. Dated 20 May 1913. Codicil added 20 March 1915 Codicil added 17 April 1920. Bequeaths to Lydia Louisa Arthur a piano by Thomas Hawkins Co.
Date: July 18th 1922 - July 18th 1922
Testament of Walter Vibert, 27 St Saviours Road, St Helier. Dated 14 August 1911. Bequeaths to Mildred Amy a "Rud- Stock" piano.
Date: April 8th 1926 - April 8th 1926
Will and Testament of Colin Gordon, son of William Francis, of Beau Desert, St Saviour. Bequeaths to Isabel Constance Adye, née Vickers, the contents of my house and garden except the items specifically bequeathed; to the Jersey Library, all his books; to Margaret Philpot, the large round Italian marble table in the drawing room, the large silver tray and silver biscuit box made by him, the two silver mounted cut glass vases, the piano, the pianola and the brown oak cabinet which contains the records; to Bernard Beasley, all tools in his workshop, a telescope and astronomy books and all photographic cameras. Dated 17/08/1951. Codicil Added 13/10/1951. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: November 15th 1951 - November 15th 1951
Will and Testament of Herbert Albert Freeman, of 29, Peirson Road, St Helier. Bequeaths to his son, Herbert Albert Freeman, the bakers and confectioners business belong to the testator at 1, 2, 3 and 5 New St John's Road. Bequeaths to his daughter Iris Wells the sum of £500, to his daughter Elsie Maud Le Geyt, née Freeman, the sum of £500, to his daughter [Isabel Adelaide Marett, née Freeman], his piano. Dated 18/02/1944. Codicil added 22/02/1947. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: November 10th 1949 - November 10th 1949
Will and Testament of Charles William Leader. Bequeaths to Dorothy Jean Leader, all household effects; to Richard Charles Leader, a grand piano, two violins and a viola. Desires his business 'Leas' should continue as an ongoing concern. Dated 22/09/1953. [Includes one closed document]
Date: November 9th 1953 - November 9th 1953
Will and Testament of Matthew Gale Robinson. Bequeaths to William Gordon Robinson all personal jewellery, with exception of cameo scarfpin and all musical instruments, with excetion of piano. Bequeaths to Elizabeth Margaret Robinson said scarfpin and piano and the remainder of his wordly goods to his wife, Margaret Alice Robinson. Dated 12/11/1935. (Includes five closed documents).
Date: December 28th 1949 - December 28th 1949
Will and Testament of Florence Elizabeth Sexton, of Egyptian Lodge, St Helier. Bequeaths to Beryl Hanning, née Woodsford, all her shares in the Jersey Gas Light Company Limited, the Bon Air Nursing Home Limited, her piano and motor car; to Raymond Leonard Osmont, her ultra microsope and other medical and surgical instruments and all medical books. Dated 07/07/1953. [Includes one closed document]
Date: August 29th 1956 - August 29th 1956
Will and Testament of Alice Malpas of 6, Queen's Road, St Helier, widow of Colonel Henry Isham Wheler. Bequeaths to Jane Margaret Collins, née Le Vavasseur dit Durell, her piano. Dated 27/06/1950. (Includes one closed document).
Date: October 5th 1950 - October 5th 1950