Jersey Female Orphans Home Admission Register. This volume has been digitised and indexed by name of the child and the relevant page of entry has been attached for each name.

Reference: D/J/S/7

Date: 1862 - 1879

Jersey Female Orphans Home Admission Register - entries for children admitted to the orphanage with date of admission, age, date of exit and some details of who they were released to and subsequent history

Reference: D/J/S/7/1

Date: April 12th 1862 - May 29th 1869

Jersey Female Orphans Home Admission Register - entries for children admitted to the orphanage with date of admission, age, date of exit and some details of who they were released to and subsequent history

Reference: D/J/S/7/2

Date: January 29th 1868 - May 6th 1870

Jersey Female Orphans Home Admission Register - entries for children admitted to the orphanage with date of admission, age, date of exit and some details of who they were released to and subsequent history

Reference: D/J/S/7/3

Date: July 24th 1865 - August 7th 1873

Jersey Female Orphans Home Admission Register - entries for children admitted to the orphanage with date of admission, age, date of exit and some details of who they were released to and subsequent history

Reference: D/J/S/7/4

Date: July 4th 1865 - February 8th 1876

Jersey Female Orphans Home Admission Register - entries for children admitted to the orphanage with date of admission, age, date of exit and some details of who they were released to and subsequent history

Reference: D/J/S/7/5

Date: September 28th 1865 - August 4th 1877

Jersey Female Orphans Home Admission Register - entries for children admitted to the orphanage with date of admission, age, date of exit and some details of who they were released to and subsequent history

Reference: D/J/S/7/6

Date: June 9th 1877 - July 23rd 1879

Jersey Female Orphans Home Admission Register - entries for children admitted to the orphanage with date of admission, age, date of exit and some details of who they were released to and subsequent history

Reference: D/J/S/7/7

Date: June 9th 1877 - July 23rd 1879

Jersey Female Orphans Home Admission Register - entries for older girls leaving the home to go to an employer - undated

Reference: D/J/S/7/8

Date: 1862 - 1879

Admission Register (Girls & Boys)

Reference: D/J/S/8

Date: 1915 - 1942

Admission Register (Girls & Boys)

Reference: D/J/S/9

Date: 1942 - 1959

File relating to Haut De La Garenne, Jersey Heritage Trust and Field at Haut De La Garenne, includes; details of the accommodation and land at Haut De La Garenne including utility information, work to be carried out and occupants and information regarding Jersey Heritage Trust's lease of one of the flats.

Reference: D/J1/A/B4/10

Date: July 7th 1982 - October 1st 1986

Testament of Maria Jane Renouf, Grosvenor House, St Saviour's Road, St Helier. Dated 25 September 1939. Bequeaths to the Jersey Blind Society £50; to the Home for Infirm & Aged Women £50; to the Jersey Infant Welfare Centre £50; to the Jersey Home for Boys £50; and to the Rector and Churchwardens of St Brelade's Parish Church an amount from the Rente Publique to upkeep the tombstone of George Philip Benest and Anne Benest in St Brelade's Cemetery.

Reference: D/Y/A/112/23

Date: February 9th 1944 - February 9th 1944

Testament of Florence Elizabeth Neal, 3 Rockfield Villas, Le Hocq, St Clement. Dated 5 April 1944. Bequeaths to Wesley [Grove?] Chapel £20; to the Wesleyan Foreign Missions £10; to Bethel Chapel, Le Hocq £20. Residue of personal property equally to the Jersey Auxiliary British and Foreign Bible Society, Benefit of Jersey Merchant Seamen, Jersey Blind Society and the Jersey Dispensary and Infirmary. Codicil added 5 April 1944. Bequeaths residue of personal property to: as above, and to the Home for Infirm and Aged Women, and Brig-y-Don Childrens Home.

Reference: D/Y/A/116/101

Date: August 30th 1946 - August 30th 1946

Copy dated 13 September 1946 from the Principal Registry of the Will and Testament of Charles Stanley Rayner, 6 Netherby Court, Beaumont now because of the German Occupation residing at Borey House, Beer, Devon, Lieutenant RNR. Dated 8 January 1941. Desires one of the main arteries of his body to be opened after his death and wishes to be cremated. Bequeaths to the Royal Cancer Hospital £1000; to the Royal Masonic Institution for Boys £1000; to the Royal Masonic Institution for Girls £1000; to St Georges Hospital £1000; to Dr Barnados Homes £1000; to St Dunstans for Blind Soldiers £1000; to such naval or mariners charitable institutions his trustees shall choose £2000; to Jersey Dispensary and Infirmary £200; to Jersey Blind Society £100; to Jersey Old Peoples Home £100; to the Missions for Seamen £300; to Durban Home, South Africa £100; to St Aidans Mission, Durban, £100; to City Imperial Volunteers Old Comrades Association £250; The residue of his estate in equal shares to: Royal Cancer Hospital, Royal Masonic Institution for Boys and Girls, Royal Masonic Hospital, St Georges Hospital, The London Hospital, The Brompton Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest, St Bartholomews Hospital and St Dunstans for Blind Soldiers. Codicil added 8 January 1941

Reference: D/Y/A/116/120

Date: September 27th 1946 - September 27th 1946

Will and Testament of Anna Rowe, Rondin, St Marys. Dated 4 Dec 1946 Bequeats to Dr Barnardos £5. Codicil added 17 November 1942. Bequeaths to Clarence Laurens a Grandfather clock in mahogany case inscribed Tho.De Gruchy, Jersey.

Reference: D/Y/A/116/168

Date: December 4th 1946 - December 4th 1946

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