Survey of St Helier Churches and Chapels, includes; a brief history of Christianity in Jersey, a map showing the position of churches and chapels in inner St Helier, a table of the surviving Religious Buildings in Jersey with details of name, place, date opened, denomination and notes, photographs of the buildings, both recent and historic prints and a short history of some of them.

Reference: D/W/M2/5

Date: 1998 - 1998

Department of Planning and Building Control, Conservation Section; Photographic Selection of Jersey Boundary Walls and Ironwork, December 1995, contains; photographs of ironwork details on various Jersey properties and short sections at the front on 'The damaging impact that frontage parking can have on the street scene' and 'How historic railings and boundary walls can enhance the street scene'.

Reference: D/W/M2/7

Date: 1995-12 - 1995-12

St Mark's Church. Drawing of proposed chair

Reference: D/Y/Q4/105

Date: July 17th 1936 - July 17th 1936

St Mark's Church. Design of screen for the Chapel. Plan drawing

Reference: D/Y/Q4/106

Date: July 17th 1936 - July 17th 1936

St Mark's Church. Coloured drawing of proposed chair

Reference: D/Y/Q4/115

Date: May 9th 1938 - May 9th 1938

St Mark's Church, Jersey. Plans for stained glass windows [Unusable]

Reference: D/Y/Q4/13

Date: August 14th 1908 - September 4th 1908

St Mark's Church. Proposed alteration of position of pulpit. One half of an inch scale plan [Unusable]

Reference: D/Y/Q4/28

Date: May 11th 1914 - May 11th 1914

St Mark's Church. Pencil drawing of a proposed slate and marble memorial tablet to remember those who gave their lives in the First World War [Unusable]

Reference: D/Y/Q4/44

Date: May 9th 1921 - May 9th 1921

St Mark's Church. Ink drawing of a proposed brass memorial plate in memory of Agnes Houston, wife of Surgeon Lieutenant Colonel P B Bentlif, who died October 11th 1921 aged 51

Reference: D/Y/Q4/46

Date: October 11th 1921 - February 17th 1922

St Mark's Church. Ink drawing of a proposed brass tablet with slate margin, in memory of Lieutenant Colonel George Bennett Hingston, Commanding Royal Engineer 29th Division, died June 16th 1915 at Alexandria, from wounds received in action June 6th in Gallipoli - aged 47. Also Edward Hingston, Major Royal Engineers 54th Field Company, killed in action in Flanders, March 28th 1915 - aged 44 [Unusable]

Reference: D/Y/Q4/47

Date: March 28th 1915 - February 17th 1922

St Mark's Church. Plan drawings of proposed chairs and tablet in memory of John William Hamling, Quartermaster Sergeant, Royal Artillery. Founder of St Mark's Boy's Brigade, worker in the Sunday School

Reference: D/Y/Q4/80

Date: June 1st 1931 - June 1st 1931

St Mark's Church, Jersey. Coloured drawing of stained glass window featuring Saint Matthew, Saint Simon, and Saint Jude. No. 3921

Reference: D/Y/Q4/9

Date: July 1st 1907 - December 3rd 1906

Proposed altar rails for St Mark's Church, Jersey. Scale one inch to one foot

Reference: D/Y/Q4/98

Date: May 27th 1935 - May 27th 1935

St Mark's Church

Reference: G/C/01

St Mark's Parish

Reference: G/C/01/A

Minute book of the annual meeting of the proprietors of pews includes lists of proprietors, 1842 - 1916, also includes from 1917 onwards Meetings of St Mark's Congregation, Meetings of the Advisory Finance Committee of St Mark's Church, Meetings of the Parochial Church Council and Vestry Meetings

Reference: G/C/01/A/5

Date: July 5th 1842 - July 12th 1957

Order of Service for the service to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the transfer of ecclesiastical jurisdiction over the Channel Islands from the Diocese of Coutances to the Diocese of Winchester with the participation of the Right Reverend Michael Scott-Joynt, Bishop of Winchester and Monsignor Jacques Fihey, Bishop of Coutances and Avranches

Reference: G/C/01/A/6

Date: February 14th 1999 - February 14th 1999

St Mark's Clergy

Reference: G/C/01/B

Joseph Edward Pagett's licence as curate

Reference: G/C/01/B/1

Date: December 23rd 1908 - December 23rd 1908

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