Correspondence relating to church property, clergy pensions, acts, pews, the Church Assembly, ecclesiastical districts, clergy discipline act, United Methodist Church Bill, and All Saints, Gouray, St James, St Saviour's and St Mark's Churches

Reference: A/D1/C2/1

Date: September 19th 1868 - November 1st 1977

Application by Frank J Sterling, Northwood, Samares on behalf of the Georgetown Methodist Guild to produce a play at the Georgetown Methodist Schoolroom

Reference: B/A/W71/5

Date: December 4th 1942 - December 5th 1942

Correspondence file concerning Church legislation, includes Channel Islands (Church Legislation) Measure and amendments, Channel Islands (Representation) Measure, Church of England (Worship and Doctrine Measure), Methodist Church Bill, Repair of Benefice Buildings Measure and Parochial Registers and Records Measure

Reference: B/D/A/C5/B

Date: November 26th 1927 - June 27th 1983

Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: ancorage duties charged on the vessel 'La Julie'; arsenals and barracks; coastguard boats; repair of the battery de la Cotte; cattle from France; private chapel in St Helier; petition to raise height of road from St Helier harbour; cider; the Convention of Commerce and Navigation between UK and Norway and UK and France; prohibition of corn exports to UK; petition of islanders on the Corn Bill; the right of Crown Officers to speak in the States; deserters; drill sheds and magazines; contested elections; petitions of the Royal Court; the election of jurats; prohibition of export of wheat flour; proclamation of peace between England and France; prohibition of export of gun powder; relaxation of harbour regulations for the 'Shamrock'; St Helier Harbour; legacy of Jeanne Marett to General Hospital; trial by jury; Nicolas Hamptonne of St Mary; drill shed at St Mary; Royal disapproval of Act of States relating to methodists; the militia training; numbering houses; oyster fishery; petition from Trinity concerning merchants from France; petition of inhabitants of Charing Cross concerning animals; port charges; the prison and the treadwheel; prisoners of war in France; quarantine; enlargement of the Route du Coie, St Helier; vraic; naming of streets; purchase of land at Town Hill for fortifications; trade; relief for sufferers of war in Germany; cultivation of wasteland; preservation of woodland

Reference: C/A5/1

Date: March 21st 1785 - December 6th 1832

Draft Methodist Church (Jersey) Law, 198, lodged by Senator R R Jeune.

Reference: C/A615/1985/P68

Date: June 25th 1985 - June 25th 1985

Draft Methodist Church (Jersey) Law, 198. (p.68/85): Report, presented by the Legislation Committee.

Reference: C/A615/1985/P88

Date: July 30th 1985 - July 30th 1985

Draft Methodist Church (Jersey) Law, 1986 (Appointed Day) Act 1986, lodged by the Senator R R Jeune.

Reference: C/A616/1986/P110

Date: August 5th 1986 - August 5th 1986

Sound recording of Norman Alexander speaking in jèrriais for the Jèrriais Today Community Recording Project. Topics covered include house prices, his farming business during and after the war as an agricultural merchant selling bulbs and his time as an organist at Philadelphie Methodist Church. Mr Alexander accent is possibly St Clement.

Reference: C/D/AS/A1/2

Date: February 1st 2018

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.

Reference: C/D/P/P1/59

Date: October 11th 2004

Papers regarding the proposed bill on the sale and consumption of alcohol, lodged au Greffe on 22/02/1927. Addressed to W Vernon, Bailiff from the United Methodist Church objecting to the suggestion that the licensing laws should be amended to allow licensed houses to open to Sundays

Reference: D/AP/U/130

Date: April 7th 1927 - April 7th 1927

Letters to William H V Vernon, Bailiff from the Wesleyan Methodist Church objecting to various points of the new Bill on the sale and Consumption of Spirituous Liquers, lodged au Greffe 22/02/1927, including allowing the opening of all 124 public houses in the Island. Lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/131

Date: April 7th 1927 - April 7th 1927

Letter to William H V Vernon, Bailiff from Rev, J Jeffrey Watson, Primitive Methodist Church, Aquila Road, St Helier objecting to the attempt to open licensed premises on Sundays. Lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/132

Date: April 7th 1927 - April 7th 1927

Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey on the SS Alberta on the 19th and 20th of June 1919

Reference: D/S/M3/178B

Date: June 19th 1919 - June 20th 1919

File relating to Community Facilities, Churches, includes; correspondence relating to possible alternative uses for some church sites, in particular relating to some Methodist Churches, correspondence relating to alterations to St Ouen's Church, a report titled The First Purpose-Built Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Jersey, June 1990 and a list of properties in Jersey belonging to the Methodist Church.

Reference: D/W/F1/1/10/07

Date: November 4th 1986 - June 2nd 1992

Holographic Testament of Charles William Binet son of Charles François, of St Martin, now of 3, Roseville Terrace, St Helier. Dated 21/06/1937. Desires to be buried in Green Street Cemetery. Bequeaths to the National Children's Home and Orphanage, £50, to the Methodist Foreign Missions, £50, and to the La Rocque Methodist Chapel, £50. Codicil Added 21/06/1937

Reference: D/Y/A/105/83a

Date: November 3rd 1939 - November 3rd 1939

Testament of Annie Elizabeth Renouf, La Solitude Terrace, St Martin. Dated 17 November 1911. Bequeaths to the Chapel of the United Methodist Free Church, St Martin, £5.

Reference: D/Y/A/116/154

Date: November 15th 1946 - November 15th 1946

Testament of Durell Godfray Stephens of 9 Garden Lane, St Helier. Dated 21 July 1945. Desires a Methodist funeral and wishes to be buried in the family grave at St Saviours Cemetery.

Reference: D/Y/A/120/57

Date: October 20th 1948 - October 20th 1948

Testament of Esther Machon, widow of Joseph Bishop of St Helier. Dated 20/02/1798. Bequeaths to the poor of St Helier, St John, and St Lawrence, £133 6 sous 8 deniers of the order of the King for each parish, and to the Methodist Society, £266 13 sous 4 deniers of the order of the King

Reference: D/Y/A/15/193

Date: August 17th 1799 - August 17th 1799

Testament of Anne De La Cour daughter of Edouard, of St Lawrence, now of St Helier. Dated 07/02/1798. Bequeaths to the poor of St Lawrence, £8 tournois of the order of the King, to the Methodists Society, £32 tournois of the order of the King

Reference: D/Y/A/17/78

Date: April 26th 1808 - April 26th 1808

Testament of Mary Hammond of Samarès, widow of James John Hammond. Dated 18/11/1806. Bequeaths to Philip Vivian and Clement Guilliaume, £200 reduced 3% annuities to preach the Gospel in foreign parts, to the poor, £40 reduced 3% annuities, to Catherine De Ste Croix, her maid, £60 reduced 3% annuities, to James Hammond, £100 reduced 3% annuities, remainder of estate to her son Thomas Hammond including a debt due to her husband from the House of Faro. Codicil added: 13/01/1809, gives the previous bequest to Philip Vivian and Clement Guilliaume to Reverend Dr Coke, General Superintendent of the missions under the methodist conferance

Reference: D/Y/A/18/82

Date: May 5th 1813 - May 5th 1813

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