Issue of Jersey notes of 2 shillings due to a shortage in silver currency. Includes correspondence with the Department of Finance and Economics

Reference: B/A/W42/5/1

Date: December 17th 1940 - March 28th 1941

Bailiffs correspondence file relating toa legal claim [folder contains multiple files catalogued individually]

Reference: B/D/A/M7(899)

Date: November 16th 2000 - December 19th 2000

Bailiffs correspondence file relating to local silverware [folder contains multiple files catalogued individually]

Reference: B/D/A/M7(900)

Date: December 12th 2000 - December 12th 2000

Jersey Militia Silver: Transfer of Administration, lodged by the Public Services Committee

Reference: C/A627/1997/P143

Date: September 23rd 1997 - September 23rd 1997

Letter written to the Earl of Dartmouth, 26th August, 1765, referring to smuggling of silver and provisions during the war with France.

Reference: D(W)1778/III/223

Date: 1765 - 1765

Directorate correspondence relating to the Girard De Quetteville Gold Medal at Victoria College

Reference: D/J1/A/B1/B/25/18

Date: January 16th 1913 - August 10th 1981

Testament of Grace de Ste Croix, Pied du Cotil, First Tower, St Helier. Dated 18 May 1932. Desires to be buried in the vault of Dr Henry Cumberland Taylor in St Brelades Cemetary. Bequeaths to George de Ste Croix a Chippendale chest of drawers and oak table; to Geoffrey Hanbury all silver and plate marked with the Hanbury crest; to the Vicar and Churchwardens of St Andrews District Church, First Tower £25 to purchase a stained glass window; to the Home for Aged & Infirm Women £5; to the Society for the Blind £5.

Reference: D/Y/A/112/58

Date: March 15th 1944 - March 15th 1944

Testament of Charlotte Elizabeth Le Brocq, La Fontaine, St Peter. Dated 26 February 1929. Bequeaths to Robert Le Feuvre a silver jug inscribed with the date 1779. Codicil added 1 September 1939

Reference: D/Y/A/113/67

Date: February 9th 1945 - February 9th 1945

Will and Testament of Francis Arthur Hewson, Longueville Manor, St Saviour. Dated 16 September 1936. Does not apply to real property situated in the Island of Jersey. Bequeaths a silver bowl with Barton & Hewson crests to Helen Hewson; to Sylvia Margaret Palmer the picture in oils of cherubs carrying sheaves of corn after Boucher, and the painting by Pyne of Harlech Castle.

Reference: D/Y/A/114/20

Date: August 8th 1945 - August 8th 1945

Copy dated 16 October 1946 from the Principal Registry of the Will and Testament of Howard Eady, The Laurels, Blackall Road, Exeter, District Manager, Post Office Telephones. Dated 19 January 1920. Bequeaths to Stanley Howard Eady a silver tea and coffee service presented by the people of St Helier, a case of Masonic Clothing and Jewellery; to Roland Howard Eady the silver salver presented by the Jersey Mutual Fire Insurance Company and the framed Testimonial presented by the Bournemouth Fire Brigade.

Reference: D/Y/A/116/143

Date: November 1st 1946 - November 1st 1946

Will and Testament of John Le Couteur of Belle Vue, St Brelade, F.R.S., Viscount of Jersey, Aide de Camp to Her Majesty the Queen and Adjutant General of the Royal Jersey Militia. Dated 18/03/1857. Bequeaths to John Halkett Le Couteur a number of family heirlooms including the great seal, in silver, of the island of Curaçao, various items in silver presented by the States of Jersey and Guernsey, a gold coronation medal presented by King William IV, a gold coronation medal presented by Queen Victoria, a silver Medaille d'Honneur presented by the Academie de l'Industrie, Agricole, Manufacturière et Commerciale (1838), a silver medal from the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (1840), a bronze prize of the Great Exhibition (1851), an Enfield rifle (1852) and the following paintings; 'Charles I' by Peters, 'The Bacchanalian' by Etty, 'The Girl with Dove' by Baillif of Paris, 'The Girl' by Grouse, two Morlands, two views in Italy by Wilson, 'The Girl' by Gainsborough, three watercolours of Waterloo by Heath. To Ann Luce, Allimcot Cottage. Codicil added 16/03/1868. Bequeaths to Harriet Le Couteur and Mary Sumner Belgian stock. Desires his landed property and Fief d'Orville et du Prieur to be divided according to Jersey law. Codicil added 04/02/1873. Records the death of his wife and John Halkett Le Couteur, his son. Bequeaths to the Reverend Harry Le Couteur Sumner the Fief d'Orville et du Prieur upon which stands St Peter's Church. Codicil added 25/02/1873. Bequeaths to Harry Le Couteur a Russian prayer book obtained by the testator's son at the fall of Sevastopol, and the seal and oar of Viscount of Jersey. Codicil added 26/02/1873. Bequeaths to Maude Sumner the 'Intellectual Observer and the Student', to Blanche Sumner 'Illustration Harticole'.

Reference: D/Y/A/39/1

Date: January 4th 1876 - January 4th 1876

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.

Reference: D/Y/A/57/16

Date: February 10th 1898 - February 10th 1898

Testament of Edouard Luce, St Saviour. Dated 28 November 1911. Codicil added 23 December 1911. Bequeaths to Pembroke College, Oxford University some silverware given to him by the Royal Society of Agriculture and Horticulture. Codicil added 14 February 1914

Reference: D/Y/A/76/107

Date: July 9th 1917 - July 9th 1917

Will and Testament of Francis John Bois, Alphington House, St Saviour. Dated 30 May 1921. Bequeaths to Francis L'Isle Bois the property Alphington House and the silver salver and preservation book given to him by the inhabitants of Jersey in recognition of services during the Great War; to Avice Marguerite Bois the property Waverley Lodge, St Saviours Road, St Saviour; to Beatrice Elaine Bois the property Claremount Cottage, St Helier. Codicil added 25 February 1924. Revokes the sale of Claremont Cottage.

Reference: D/Y/A/84/100

Date: September 2nd 1924 - September 2nd 1924

Will and Testament of Louise Françoise Darcel, widow of François Huet, of Fairfield, Trinity. Bequeaths her clothes, linen and jewellery and silver to be divided equally between her children, with her daughter Lydia Ann Huet, wife of Francis Peter Maxime Le Breuilly to have first choice of the jewellery. Dated 28/03/1944

Reference: D/Y/B1/1/58

Date: March 30th 1949 - March 30th 1949

Copy from the High Court of Southern Rhodesia of the Will and Testament of Kenneth Murray Hutton, temporarily of 27, Roseville Street, St Helier. Bequeaths to Peter Hutton his gold watch and chain, to Barbara Hutton an ivory and gold bedside clock, French cut glass set and silver fish knives and forks in case and a Queen Anne teapot, to John Hutton a gun in a case and to Roger Hutton a gold and ivory pencil and a typewriter and to Denise Mary Gray Hutton, née Millest the remainder of his silver. Dated 02/02/1948. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/10/18

Date: May 30th 1951 - May 30th 1951

Will and Testament of Edith Elise Payn, daughter of the late Jurat Thomas Payn, of Alton House, 35, Rouge Bouillon, St Helier. Desires to be buried in St Saviour's Cemetery with a service at St Paul's Church, no flowers other than a floral cross on her coffin. Bequeaths to Clara Sophia Poole all her furniture in her bedroom and all her clothing, to Dr Barnado's Homes £300, to the Salvation Army Headquarters £300, to the Home for Infirm and Aged Women £500, to the Jersey District Nursing Association £300, to the Royal United Kingdom Beneficent Association £2000, to the Endowment Fund of St Paul's Church £200, to Monica Ereaut a silver teapot, sugar basin, milk jug and coffee pot, to Jeanne Collins an Indian silver tea service, to Mabel Carnell, née Payn a gold watch, to Ellen Mary Ereaut 2 engraved table spoons, 19 engraved tea spoons, to Marguerite Gaudin 6 engraved table spoons, to Margaret Ellen Gaudin Stocker a silver milk jug, 5 engraved tea spoons and a porcelain jug, to Edith Ereaut 2 silver salts and to Ian Le Gresley 2 silver salts. Dated 30/07/1947. Codicil Added 09/08/1950. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/10/27

Date: June 12th 1951 - June 12th 1951

Will and Testament of Alfred Arthur Herbert Voisin of Elmwood, St Lawrence. Bequeaths to his son Alfred Ernest Godfray Voisin the aforesaid Elmwood, Elmwood Lodge formerly known as Cambrai Cottage, the land known as Clos du Pont, Les Grands Monts, Les Petits Monts, the Cotil and La Pepinière, the east part of the plot known as La Cocquetterie and a strip of land to the north, Clos des Pointes, Clos de Bertaut, Clos des Charrieres, part of Clos de Cambrai, Hollydale, the Clos de la Roussetterie all in St Lawrence; to his daughter Kathleen Bertha Voisin, wife of Hedley Wesley Benest the house and shop 15 and 17, New Street and the buildings in the rear of 19 and 21, New Street, St Helier, the house and cottage near Elizabeth Lane, St Helier, the house Millbrook Vale Châlet, the Côtil du Bout, Le Petit Clos de Bas, Le Pendant, Le Petit Côtil Boisé, the land and côtil at the foot of Mont Misère, all in St Lawrence; to the aforesaid Alfred Ernest Godfray Voisin all farm implements, the gold cup presented to his fathr for his golden wedding anniversary and all the gifts presented to him by St Lawrence Parishioners, to his wife Violet Geraldine Voisin, née Godfray the life enjoyment of the gold and silver plate, furniture and effects in Elmwood. Dated 16/01/1948. Codicil Added 24/02/1950. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/10/46

Date: July 16th 1951 - July 16th 1951

Will and Testament of William James Mallet, son of John, of St Helier. Bequeaths to his wife Alice Mary Theresa Mallett, née Murphy, all his linen; to Thomas Mallet Le Seelleur, a framed photograph of his mother, two books 'The Life of Christ' and 'The Pilgrim's Progress', a silver cigarette case and a fountain pen; to Major Frederick C Murphy, all his wearing apparel, a gold ring, a gold chain, 2 engraved silver spoons and a collection of foreign stamps; to Eileen Mary Murphy, two framed photographs of his late daughter. Dated 10/01/1950. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/10/52

Date: July 23rd 1951 - July 23rd 1951

Will and Testament of Margaret Jane Horne of 49, Colomberie, St Helier, widow of John Horne, formerly of Sea Braes, St Clement. Desires to be buried in St Clement's Cemetery. Bequeaths to Michael Browning, her personal papers, books, photographs, pictures, silver plated goods, house linen and china ornaments including the Macartney dessert plates; to Doreen Browning and Doris Margaret Browning, her jewellery; to the deserving poor, her wearing apparel. Dated 09/10/1931. Codicil Added 25/03/1943. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/10/53

Date: July 23rd 1951 - July 23rd 1951

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