Showing 1 to 20 of 330 for Sunday schoolsX
Digital copy of Day Book Entries about a family at Blanche Pierre Family Group Home by Alan and Jane Maguire. [Some details redacted].
Date: January 4th 1981 - March 29th 1981
Digital copy of a Report on Witness 135 by a Child Care Officer. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 135.
Date: September 7th 1968 - September 7th 1968
Digital copy of a Report on Witness 592's family, produced by Assistant Children's Officer C A Smith. Copy of Report sent to [Haut de la Garenne] [Superintendent] [Colin] Tilbrook. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 592.
Date: July 19th 1966 - July 19th 1966
Digital copy of a Case Conference on Witness 99's family. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 99. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Witness 99's witness statement to the Inquiry dated 16 January 2015 [C/D/AW1/B2/4/WS000319]. For Witness 99's witness statements to States of Jersey Police dated between 10 March 2008 and 1 July 2010 see C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/7].
Date: January 15th 1975 - January 15th 1975
Digital copy of Witness 23's witness statement to the Inquiry providing an account of their experiences during the time that they were under the care of the States of Jersey. [Some details redacted].
Date: July 28th 2014 - July 28th 2014
Sound recording of Eileen Lerche-Thomsen, née Civray, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 11/10/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Lerche-Thomsen speaks about the excitement leading up to liberation day, hearing the news on crystal set, hoisting a flag, her fathers job as an electrical engineer, the soldiers arriving in Jersey and the excitement, going to school during the occupation, going to the Jersey Girl College after the occupation and taking her exams there, her involvement with the Eisteddfod and later the Green Room club, the cinema, her father putting up wallpapers in her house, her strict methodist background, going to sunday school, the opening of the shops after the occupation, going to the pool, the visit of field Marshall Montgomery, the increase of tourism, the battle of flowers, the Bouley Bay hill climb, her grandparents before, after and during the occupation, trips to London, Stratford on Avon and Paris, working at Boots during the summer and the death of the King.
Date: October 11th 2004
Book presented in appreciation to Thomas C Stent for his service as Superintendent of St Luke's Sunday School from 1895-1921 with a list of subscribers for a gold watch given to him and lists of past teachers and pupils
Date: January 5th 1922 - January 5th 1922
Testament of the Reverend Abraham Le Sueur of St Helier, now Rector of Grouville. Dated: 21/04/1895. Bequeaths to the Grouville Central School £150, to the Grouville Church Sunday School £50, to the Channel Islands Female Penitentiary £50, to the committee of the Public Library £150, to the trustees of La Rocque Chapel £300 to reconstruct the nave of Grouville Church
Date: July 1st 1885 - July 1st 1885
Testament of John Le Brocq of St John. Dated 20/05/1895. Bequeaths to the poor of St John £7 6 shillings, to the Sunday School of the Chapelle des Frères £7 10 shillings, to the Sunday School of Bethlehem Chapel, St Mary £5, to Dr Barnados £5.
Date: June 16th 1897 - June 16th 1897
Testament of Jane Harman, St John, widow of John Le Brocq. Dated 22 April 1908. Bequeaths to the Wesleyan Methodist Foreign Missionary Society £100; to Dr Barnardos Homes £100; to the British & Foreign Bible Society £50; to the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel "Les Fréres" £12; to the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel "Bethlehem" £12; to the Sunday School of "Bethlehem" Chapel £10.
Date: April 29th 1908 - April 29th 1908
Testament of Elizabeth Bree, Ebenezer Villa, Stopford Road, St Saviour, widow of François Le Sueur. Dated 30 March 1906. Bequeaths to the Circuit Français of the Wesleyan Methodists 1/20 of residue of personal estate; to the Sunday School of Grove Place Chapel 1/20; to the Childrens Home, London 1/20; to the poor of Grove Place Chapel 1/36; to Dr Barnardos Homes 1/36; to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel among the Jews 1/75; to the British & Foreign Bible Society 1/75; to the Army Scripture Readers and Soldiers Friend Society 1/75; to the Mission Bretonne, France 1/75; to the Jersey General Dispensary 1/75; to the Jersey Home for Boys 1/75; to the Home Missions of the Wesleyan Methodist Church 1/75; to the Dorcas Society, Grove Place 1/90. Codicil added 4 May 1906. Bequeaths to Grove Place Chapel a set of photographs
Date: May 20th 1908 - May 20th 1908
Testament of Elise Le Gros, Egerton Place, Rouge Bouillon, St Helier. Dated 21 September 1891. Bequeaths to Alfred E E Nicolle four volumes of Fireside Shakespeare and 3 volumes of Coningship; to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women and the Female Orphans Home £100 each; to the Sract Society £50; to the City Mission, London £30; to Dr McAll's Mission £50; to Dr Barnardos Homes £50; to the Irish Church Missions £30; to the Scotch Church Sunday School, Midvale Road £50. Codicil added 27 December 1908
Date: January 21st 1909 - January 21st 1909
Will and Testament of Rachel Hacquoil, St Ouen. Dated 20 January 1903. Bequeaths to the Sunday School of the Wesleyan Chapel of St Ouen £25. Codicil added 4 November 1904
Date: November 30th 1910 - November 30th 1910
Testament of Amelia Hoskins de Ste Croix, 5 Hastings Terrace, St Helier. Dated 16 May 1916. Desires to be buried in St Saviour's Churchyard. Bequeaths to the Churchwardens of St Luke's Church £50 to improve and beautify the building; to the Vicar of St Luke's Church £50 for parochial organisations and £10 for the benefit of the Sunday School. To the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts £50; to the Additional Curates Society £50; to the Jersey Society for the Education and Welfare of the Blind £10; to the Jersey Dorcas Society £10; to the Sick Fund of the Jersey Branch of the Girls Friendly Society £10; to the Société Jersiase £50; to the Royal Alfred Aged Seamens Institution £50; to the Churchwardens of St Helier £10 for the poor of the Parish. Codicil added 20 May 1916. Bequeaths to the Societé Jersiaise a case of stuffed birds and animals, a map of England embroidered by her grandmother D'Auvergne in 1793 and other embroidery, 2 large oil paintings of her father's ships, the Calista and the Ste Croix; to the Poor Clergy Relief Association her clothing. Codicil added 7 December 1917. Bequeaths to the Society for the Education & Welfare of the Blind £50 in lieu of the former legacy.
Date: April 4th 1919 - April 4th 1919
Testament of Susanne Renouf, St Martin. Dated 8 March 1924. Bequeaths to St Martin's Sunday School £5.
Date: April 8th 1924 - April 8th 1924
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
Date: June 1st 1931 - June 1st 1931
Blank Jersey National School Clothing Fund recommendation book, gives recommendations for named persons to be supplied with specific articles of clothing from specific clothing stores. Includes certificates stating that named children attend Sunday School at St Helier's Parish Church
Date: November 17th 1940 - November 17th 1940
Date: May 8th 1930 - May 8th 1930
Date: December 10th 1854 - October 19th 1884