Testament of William Collie of Skene, Aberdeen, now of Belmont House, St Helier, portrait painter. Dated 18/07/1883. Bequeaths to William Collie Murison all paintings and drawings, to Robert Mitchell Murison his painting "Report of Juries" with medal and certificate of having been an Exhibitor at the Great Exhibition of 1851, to William Starck Shakespeare's works in ten volumes, to Philip Starck Barr's Buffron with supplement in ten volumes, to Brown Starck "London Interiors Illustrated" and Shakespeare's works in one volume, to the Art Gallery about to be formed in Aberdeen various portraits including copies of Sir Daniel Macnee's work and studies from Van Dyke.

Reference: D/Y/A/55/30

Date: April 17th 1896 - April 17th 1896

Will and Testament of Robert James Cain, Fauvic, Grouville. Dated 18 June 1909. Bequeaths to Ethel Mary Gray the oil painting "Boy selling matches" by Daniels; to William Harold Cain an oil painting of his father by Redman; to Alexander Bertram Cain the water colour "Woodville" by C O'Neil; to George Turner Cain a framed portrait of his father by Roberts of Llandrindrod and of his mother by Mowl and Morrison, Liverpool. 1 booklet; 1 paper (French)

Reference: D/Y/A/68/105

Date: October 16th 1909 - October 16th 1909

Testament of Elizabeth Simon, 1 Diadem Villas, Parade Road, St Helier. Dated 29 November 1906. Bequeaths to the Dispensary of Jersey £5; to Eliza Jane Lemon a painting in oil by Rubens "Descente de la Croix"; to Ellen Madelaine Blampied two Bibles.

Reference: D/Y/A/70/115

Date: December 13th 1911 - December 13th 1911

Will and Testament of Mary Stuart Cockburn Mercer, D'Hautree, St Saviour, widow. Dated 26 June 1912. Bequeaths to St Mary & St Peters Roman Catholic Church £50 and her "Bishops Throne" old oak seat to say masses for the repose of her soul, and £200 for stained glass to be placed in the east window of the church; to Adeline Cockburn a water colour by Prout and 2 portraits in oils by Chinery; to Marguerite Deloraine an oil painting and two watercolours by Chinery; to all her children in equal shares the property D'Hautree. Codicil added 16 August 1912

Reference: D/Y/A/71/100

Date: October 31st 1912 - October 31st 1912

Testament of Fanny Ichet, 3 Salvandy Terrace, St Saviour. Dated 31 July 1909. Desires to be buried in Green Street Cemetery. Bequeaths to Florence Kemble Ichet the oil painting "Vraicking Cart" by Le Cappelain; to May Ichet the oil painting "St Aubins" by Le Cappelain; to both the above named legatees all Le Cappelain drawings.

Reference: D/Y/A/74/108

Date: August 28th 1915 - August 28th 1915

Testament of Amelia Hoskins de Ste Croix, 5 Hastings Terrace, St Helier. Dated 16 May 1916. Desires to be buried in St Saviour's Churchyard. Bequeaths to the Churchwardens of St Luke's Church £50 to improve and beautify the building; to the Vicar of St Luke's Church £50 for parochial organisations and £10 for the benefit of the Sunday School. To the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts £50; to the Additional Curates Society £50; to the Jersey Society for the Education and Welfare of the Blind £10; to the Jersey Dorcas Society £10; to the Sick Fund of the Jersey Branch of the Girls Friendly Society £10; to the Société Jersiase £50; to the Royal Alfred Aged Seamens Institution £50; to the Churchwardens of St Helier £10 for the poor of the Parish. Codicil added 20 May 1916. Bequeaths to the Societé Jersiaise a case of stuffed birds and animals, a map of England embroidered by her grandmother D'Auvergne in 1793 and other embroidery, 2 large oil paintings of her father's ships, the Calista and the Ste Croix; to the Poor Clergy Relief Association her clothing. Codicil added 7 December 1917. Bequeaths to the Society for the Education & Welfare of the Blind £50 in lieu of the former legacy.

Reference: D/Y/A/79/40

Date: April 4th 1919 - April 4th 1919

Testament of Harriet Julia Snell, 35 St Saviours Road, St Helier, widow of Jonathan Robert Ward. Dated 27 January 1919. Bequeaths to George Snell La Cloche Ward an oil painting by P Wouverman.

Reference: D/Y/A/83/23

Date: January 31st 1923 - January 31st 1923

Testament of Eliza Perrée, The Elms, St Mary. Dated 26 August 1918. Bequeaths to Laura Elize Hamon an oil picture of The Elms by George Ennis.

Reference: D/Y/A/83/35

Date: March 27th 1923 - March 27th 1923

Testament of Clementina Hamon, St Helier, widow of John Francis Gaudin. Dated 6 August 1926. Bequeaths to the Société Jersiaise copies painted by her of Raphael's Madonna, Reuben's landscape in the Louvre, Rousseau's Mare dans les landes and Ruysdael's Scheveningen, and pencil sketches by Le Cappelain. Codicil added 7 August 1926 Codicil added 14 September 1926

Reference: D/Y/A/89/117

Date: June 19th 1929 - June 19th 1929

Testament of Frank Gilbert Fairhurst, Braeside, Millbrook, St Lawrence. Dated 10 February 1933. Bequeaths to Lucy Cecilia Fairhurst a watercolour "Garthinglog Farm" by Saunders, an oil painting " On the Thames" by J W McIntyre, and an oil painting "Dutch Interior" by Tennier; to the Warrington Infirmary and Dispensary £1000.

Reference: D/Y/A/94/53

Date: February 17th 1933 - February 17th 1933

Copy dated 10 November 1936 from the Principal Registry of the Will and Testament of Dame Hannah Augusta Robinson, 6 John Street, Bedford Row, London, temporarily of Maison Topet, St Etienne-de-Baigorry, Basse Pyrenees, France, widow. Dated 27 November 1935. Bequeaths to Francis Anderson a picture in oils of the park at Walburton by Mrs Prime.

Reference: D/Y/A/99/121

Date: November 18th 1936 - November 18th 1936

Will and Testament of Reginald Philip Roissier, formerly of Fairfield Estate, Peermade, South India, but now of Jersey. Bequeaths to his son Douglas Philip St Clair Roissier, eleven pieces of pewter inherited from his father Philip Alfred Roissier and connected with Hamptonne Farm and King Charles II's visit, the large silver tea and coffee service,the gold watch and chain and the paintings done by members of the Ouless family; to his wife, Rennald Gertrude McDougal Roissier, the remainder of his silver, plate, china, glass, linen, furniture and household effects. Dated 09/07/1947. [Includes one closed document]

Reference: D/Y/B1/12/55

Date: January 19th 1952 - January 19th 1952

Copy from the Principal Probate Registry of the Will and Testament of Averil Emily Mary Picot, of 64, Algers Road, Laughton, Essex. Desires to be buried in Jersey in the family vault. Bequeaths to the Barreau Art Gallery, St Helier, six works of art specified with the will; to the Passmore Edwards Museum, West Ham, specified water colour paintings; to Mary E Hall, a plaster bust of herself; to Jean Masson, the plaster bust of her father; to Susan Grace Picot, her gold watch; to Mrs Goodchild, née Eve, her violin; to Betty Mallett, books to the value of ten pounds; to Agnes McBride for her life, the house called 64, Algers Road. Dated 01/02/1941. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/31/14

Date: June 10th 1955 - June 10th 1955

Will and Testament of Thomas Anthony Hanmer, of 27, Seale Street, St Helier. Desires to be cremated. Bequeaths to the holder of the Hanmer Baronetcy, the portraits of the late Reverend John Hanmer and his wife. Dated 21/07/1952. Codicil Added 28/01/1955. [Includes three closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/50/9

Date: August 21st 1958 - August 21st 1958

Copy from the Principal Probate Registry of the Will and Testament of Richard Julius Wolff, of 72, Meadway, London, Middlesex. Bequeaths to Reinhard Wolfgang Charles Wolff and Frank Herbert Michael Wolff, all paintings and drawings by himself; to Reinhard Wolfgang Charles Wolff, a collection of miniature antique boxes and china; to Frank Herbert Michael Wolff, an antique chest of drawers, drawings, etchings and prints and all his antique silver. Dated 16/06/1955. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/57/54

Date: January 26th 1960 - January 26th 1960

Copy from the District Probate Registry, Lancaster of the Will and Testament of Dennis Carlton Walmsley, otherwise Denis Carlton Walmsley, of the Moorings Hotel, retired paper manufacturer and Freeman of the Borough of Preston, Lancashire. Bequeaths to Lady Stanley of Alderley, née Thérèse Husson, an original watercolour by Brabazon; to Charles Paine, a chalk drawing by Clausen; to Dr Margery Carlton, a woodcut by Albert Durer; to the Harris Museum and Art Gallery, a painting of him by Roderigo Moynihan and a painting of a willow tree by Eleanor Bellingham. Dated 03/09/1956. Codicil Added 31/05/1959. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/58/79

Date: April 4th 1960 - April 4th 1960

Will and Testament of Philip Le Brocq of 2, West End Terrace, Peirson Road, St Helier. Bequeaths to National Children's Home and Orphanage £50, to Dr Barnado's Homes £50, to Reverend Lax's Mission (Poplar) £50, to the Jersey General Dispensary £50, to the Jersey Blind Society £50, to the Jersey District Nursing Association £50, to Brig Y Don Children's Convalescent and Holiday Home £50, to the Jersey Home for Aged folk £50, to the Red Cross International Society £200. Bequeaths to John Philip Le Brocq his gold watch and chain and the oil painting "Battle of Jersey" by Hilson. Bequeaths to John Le Brocq portraits of himself and his wife by John Helier Lander. Bequeaths to Ann Elizabeth Deslandes, née Bree photographs of his wife and son, a sampler, oak table, photographs of family and various other items. Bequeaths to George Deslandes his inlaid press and card table. Bequeaths to Harold Stanley Deslandes his wardrobe, grandfather clock with boat and his grave plot in Almorah Cemetery. Bequeaths to Kenneth Woodhouse a rug, silver brushes, sewing machine and silver bowls. Bequeaths to Laura May Deslandes his tea set and motor car. Dated 31/12/1945. First Codicil Added: 23/12/1946. Second Codicil Added: 18/10/1948. (Includes two closed documents).

Reference: D/Y/B1/6/23

Date: August 22nd 1950 - August 22nd 1950

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