Will and Testament of Hugh Malcolm Macpherson, of 26, Samarès Avenue, St Clement. Dated 13/01/1938. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/10

Date: July 15th 1949 - July 15th 1949

Will and Testament of Ethel Florence Benoit, of Overdale, Westmount. Dated 20/02/1949.

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/11

Date: July 4th 1949 - July 4th 1949

Will and Testament of Jeannie Rosalie Cabeldu, of 1 Russell Road, Moseley, Birmingham. Dated 25/05/1937. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/12

Date: July 4th 1949 - July 4th 1949

Will and Testament of Vernon Maurice Ruellan. The Will has been made aboard the St George Royal Navy ship, on which Vernon Maurice Ruellan was a sailor. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/13

Date: July 5th 1949 - July 5th 1949

Will and Testament of John Davies, of 6, Halkett Street, St Helier. Dated 24/11/1925. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/14

Date: July 6th 1949 - July 6th 1949

Will and Testament of Lilian Jane Alexandrina Le Cornu, daughter of Philip de Carteret, of High View, St Helier. Bequeaths to be cremated and the ashes interred at the family grave in Mont à l'Abbé Cemetery, after which the grave is to be closed permanently. The funeral is to be of a very simple character. Instructs the executor of the will to destroy all her private papers and to painlessly destroy all pets. Bequeaths sums of money and items of her property to many individuals and charities. Dated 15/04/1948. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/29

Date: July 27th 1949 - July 27th 1949

Will and Testament of Maud Alice Bathe, née Le Marquand, of Purton House, St Saviour. Includes many bequests of money to friends, family, employees and charities. Dated 26/02/1948

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/7

Date: June 16th 1949 - June 16th 1949

Will and Testament of Blanche Beatrice Andrews, née Ricou, wife of Alcide Vernon Andrews, of 50, St Saviour's Road, St Helier. Dated 15/09/1947. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/8

Date: June 17th 1949 - June 17th 1949

Will and Testament of Sarah Ann Jenkins, widow of John Daniel Jones, of Rockford, Green Street, St Helier. Bequeaths to her son John Owen Jones £700, and to her daughter all personal and household effects and the residue of the estate. Dated 02/12/1947. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/9

Date: June 28th 1949 - June 28th 1949

Charities - bequests to

Reference: D/Z1/A31

Advice re the validity of wills and legacies to charities of an individual.

Reference: D/Z1/A31/1

Date: 1992 - 1994

Julia Westaway

Reference: F/E/M5

Volume detailing payments received from the legacies of Julia Westaway

Reference: F/E/M5/1

Date: 1906 - 1921

Printed copy of the testament of Julia Westaway originally printed in 1895

Reference: F/E/M5/2

Date: April 27th 1895 - April 27th 1895

Document detailing account of expenditure payments for the Westaway Trust for each parish from 1906 to1916

Reference: F/E/M5/3

Date: September 30th 1902 - February 26th 1917

Extract from the Ecclesiastical Court a copy of the testament of Jeanne Gruchy daughter of the late Jean Gruchy and the late Jean Baudains. Refers to a bequest to the Parish of St Ouen

Reference: F/J/N3/2

Date: January 25th 1848 - January 25th 1848

Vente de Rente between Philippe de Carteret son of Philippe of the first party and the Reverend Philippe Payn Rector of the Parish of St Ouen, Daniel Dumaresq Constable, Amice de Carteret and Jean Sauvage Procureurs du Bien Public, and Thomas Le Cornu and Philippe Daniel Vibert Surveillants of the Parish of St Ouen trustees of the donation from the testament of Jeanne Gruchy. Relates to the sale from 1 to 2 of 14 quatorze, 5 quartiers of wheat of rente annually for the sum of 247 Livres 6s annually. Registered Livre 203 folio 266

Reference: F/J/N3/3

Date: September 13th 1851 - September 13th 1851

Lease between Jean Le Boutillier son of Jean of the first party and the Reverend Philippe Payn Rector of the Parish of St Ouen, Daniel Dumaresq Constable, and Amice de Carteret,and Jean Sauvage Procureurs du Bien Public, and Jean Hacquoil and Edouard Le Feuvre Surveillans, of the Parish of St Ouen of the second party trustees of the bequests of the Donation of Jeanne Gruchy. Relates to the lease of a certain piece of land named Le Grande Piece de La Campagne bordered by the public road situated on the Fief Haubert in the Parish of St Ouen for the sum of 15 quartiers 3 cabots of wheat of rente annually. Registered 202 folio 234

Reference: F/J/N3/4

Date: January 15th 1851 - January 15th 1851

Abandonment of Droits Seigneurial between Francois Godfray Seigneur of St Ouen of the first party and the Reverend Philippe Payn Rector, Thomas Le Cornu Constable, and Amice de Carteret and Jean Sauvage Procureurs du Bien Public and Philippe Hacquoil and Jean Guille Salmon Surveillans, of the Parish of St Ouen of the second party. Relates to a specific bequest detailed in the testament of Jeanne Gruchy. Registered Livre 206 folio 213

Reference: F/J/N3/5

Date: October 9th 1852 - October 9th 1852

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