Paper concerning a cross presented to St Martin's Parish Church in memory of Edwin Jervoise Francis Collas of La Maison de St Martin, by his second son Francis Jervoise

Reference: D/Y/Q4/36

Date: May 22nd 1916 - May 22nd 1916

St Paul's Church. Drawing of a memorial tablet to be made from white and green marble, in remembrance of Ruskin John Robert Richardson, Lieutenant 1st Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, who was killed in action in Northern France on 3rd October 1915, at the age of 25 years

Reference: D/Y/Q4/37

Date: October 3rd 1915 - May 22nd 1916

St Martin's Church. Drawing of a memorial in remembrance of Sir George Clement Bertram, born January 8th 1841, died October 24th 1915, son of George Bertram and Grandson of Jurat George Bertram [Unusable]

Reference: D/Y/Q4/38

Date: 1915-10 - November 16th 1916

Gouray Church. Coloured drawing of a design for a stained glass window by A Seward and Company Limited, possibly in ink and watercolour, which features the Good Shepherd with the inscription "to the glory of God this window was placed by C E J Crallan in ever lasting memory of his wife Frances de Grave Crallan, died February 19th 1918"

Reference: D/Y/Q4/38A

Date: November 29th 1918 - November 29th 1918

St James' Church. Note concerning a Vestry Meeting and a memorial tablet

Reference: D/Y/Q4/42

Date: February 17th 1921 - February 18th 1921

St James' Church, Jersey. War Memorial - Boys' Brigade. 1914 - 1919 [to be] erected by the past and present members of the 4th Jersey (St James') Coy Boys' Brigade, in memory of their old boys, who gave their lives for King and Country

Reference: D/Y/Q4/43

Date: 1921-01 - May 9th 1921

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 Clement's Church. Ink drawing of a proposed memorial to Alfred George Richomme, Private Dorsetshire Regiment, who was killed during an attack on Levergies, September 30th 1918, aged 34 years. He is buried in the British Cemetery at Ste Hélêne near St Quentin, France

Reference: D/Y/Q4/45

Date: September 30th 1918 - February 17th 1922

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 Martin's Church. Pencil drawing of a proposed memorial to Philip Balleine Payn, died 21st August 1919, and Private John De Caux Balleine Payn, died 4th March 1916

Reference: D/Y/Q4/48

Date: October 11th 1921 - May 29th 1922

St Luke's Church. Pencil drawing of proposed altar lights. Standard candlestick in brass or bronze

Reference: D/Y/Q4/49

Date: June 26th 1922 - June 26th 1922

St Peter's Church. Ink drawing of a proposed memorial to Wilfred John Michel who lost his life on September 26th 1922 at Les Ecarseurs, near Greve de Lecq in the Parish of St Ouen, attempting to save the lives of Francis Le Feuvre and Francis Le Gresley

Reference: D/Y/Q4/54

Date: May 14th 1923 - May 14th 1923

St Helier's Church. Pencil drawing of a proposed memorial to Alfred Smith Le Riche, Clerc ou Cousteur de Cette Paroisse 1901 - 1922

Reference: D/Y/Q4/55

Date: 1923 - July 6th 1923

Proposed window for St Lawrence Church. Coloured drawing of a design for a stained glass window, with the inscription "the son of man is come to seek and to save that which is lost" by Henry Thomas Bosdet [possibly ink and watercolour]. Erected to the memory of Elizabeth Valpy, widow of James Le Couteur, who died 1st March 1918, by Clara Valpy her sister

Reference: D/Y/Q4/55A

Date: 1923 - April 9th 1923

St Clement's Church. Coloured drawing of a proposed memorial to Acting Major Anquetil P Norman. 7th Canadians, British Colombia Regiment. Killed at Vimy Ridge 9th April 1917. Aged 35 Years. Interred at Arras, France

Reference: D/Y/Q4/56

Date: July 31st 1924 - August 1st 1924

St Helier's Church. Ink drawing of a proposed memorial to Thomas Adderson, Headmaster of the National School ... died June 4th 1923

Reference: D/Y/Q4/57

Date: July 31st 1924 - August 1st 1924

St Ouen's Church. Plan of a proposed brass memorial plaque to Arthur Brooks Cox, of Sydney Australia, who died at Vinchelez de Bas Manor on August 9th 1924 aged 57 years

Reference: D/Y/Q4/58

Date: November 6th 1925 - November 6th 1925

St George's Church. Pencil drawing of a proposed memorial brass table to Philip d'Auvergne, died March 14th 1873 aged 67 years. Also of Henrietta née Fixott, his wife died September 24th 1899 aged 85 years

Reference: D/Y/Q4/59

Date: November 6th 1925 - November 6th 1925

St Paul's Church. Plan and tracing of a design for a proposed white marble tablet with black back, in remembrance of the Reverend Augustus Poynder, incumbent from 8th April 1910 to his death on the 16th July 1923 ... Approved by the Church Council

Reference: D/Y/Q4/63

Date: 1926-10 - December 17th 1926

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