Letter to Bishop Hoadly from the Rector of St Brelade concerning St Aubin services, 20 January

Reference: 21M65/J1/7/43

Date: 1749 - 1749

Appeals to the Court of Arches - Le Cras v Mathon, 1697: case transferred from the deanery of Jersey, Smith v Pightling, 1706: will of Robert Smith of Jersey, Hebert v Le Roy, 1739: dispute over the will of John Brulefer of Jersey

Reference: Index Library, vol.85

Date: 1697 - 1739

Images of a presentation of a cheque at The Deanery, David Place. Reverend Thomas Goss, Dean of Jersey from 1971 to 1985, is pictured on the far left of the photographs.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/1/1135

Date: June 2nd 1976 - June 2nd 1976

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/1135

Images of a Deanery Synod taking place including images of the very Reverend Thomas Goss, Dean of Jersey and the Reverend Barry Giles of St Peter [Image D & I], the Reverend Lawrence Hibbs of Grouville [Image G-H] and Reverend Peter Manton of St John [image J-K].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/3/8761

Date: November 6th 1978 - November 6th 1978

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/8761

Images of Jean Dentith, Rita Payne, Lady Ereaut and Mrs Goss at Church House for the Deanery Festival Service on Lady Day. Mrs Payne, the Diocesan President of the Mothers' Union was on a three-day visit to Jersey, and stayed with Mrs Dentith, Deanery Chairman [from JEP 27/03/1981 p 14].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/6/7011

Date: March 25th 1981 - March 25th 1981

Photographer: Peter Mourant

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7011.

Jersey Talking Magazine No 6-Christmas 1976. Introduction by Gordon Young with carols sung throughout the edition sung by pupils from Mont Cantel, St George's, St Michael's and the Boys from the Wooden Cross. Cooking Feature-Margaret Jenkins talking about cooking for christmas day. Gardening feature-talking about what happened in the garden this year. Island Administrator-Tom Goss, Dean of Jersey interviewed by Beth Lloyd about life in Jersey. Talks about his duties and responsibilities as Dean of Jersey, christmas day for the Dean and a christmas message for the readers. Humorous christmas pantomime performed by Di Weber of Cinderella from St Ouen's in a Jersey accent. End of Side One. Frances Le Sueur talking about the song twelve days of christmas relating to nature in the Channel Islands-the gifts given in the song. Recording of the bird song of the robin and a poem on the bird. Reading of the poems 'Christmas' by John Betjeman and 'The Oxen' by Thomas Hardy. Eileen Le Sueur speaking about christmas in Jersey-French. Reading of a poem called 'Santa Claus'. Reading of the story a 'Christmas Carol'. Gordon Young talking about the christmas in his household in 1938.

Reference: R/05/B/3

Date: December 15th 1976 - December 15th 1976

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