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Correspondence relating to the postponement of the Assize d'Héritage dinner that His Majesty offers the Royal Court and certain Seigneurs, during the war. Includes an Act stating that the 'Chefs Plaids d'Héritage' will not sit unless there is an appeal to judge. See also: B/A/W76
Date: 12 September 1939 - 12 September 1940
Correspondence file concerning the arms of the Seigneurs of Jersey
Date: 6 September 1968 - 12 April 1996
Correspondence file concerning the arms of the Seigneurs of Jersey and the Jersey Flag
Date: 26 February 1914 - 25 March 1985
Correspondence file concerning the Seigneurs of Jersey
Date: 10 April 1995
Volume concerning the appeal to the Privy Council from the Royal Court relating to the case between the Attorney General and Receiver General and Adolphus Hilgrove Turner the Solicitor General acting on behalf of the Public of the Island. The case concerns the rights of the Crown as Seigneur of a Fief in respect of the property Overdale which have fallen into Mortmain
Transcript of bail by George de Carteret, Seigneur of Melesche Grainville and Norimont to Thomas Le Breton, Senior, of all dues from the Seigneurie of Noirmont for three years, except for two quarters of wheat and twenty livres tournois each year assigned to the widow and children of Jean Dean. Also includes a payment of thirty livres tournois to the Minister and Deacon of St Brelade and fifty livres tournois to the Minister and Deacon of St Peter
Date: 8 December 1655
St Martin's Church. Drawing of a proposed slate tablet in memory of Reginald Raoul Lempriere, Seigneur of Roseland Dielament, who died 4th September 1931
Date: 10 January 1933 - 3 February 1933
Pleas of the Court of the Seigneur of the Fief Abbesse de Caen in Trinity, St Martin, St Saviour, Longueville, St John Includes; records of money owed and dates payments due
Date: 3 December 1617 - 19 December 1638
Vente between Elizabeth Le Brun wife of Aimable Gaston Edouard Hortense Boulley of the first party and Charles Louis Poignand son of Pierre of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of Le Fief de Lulague called Le Morier, St John and St Mary with all rights, perogatives and rentes of the seigneur of the fief - for the sum of £100 sterling Registered: book 182 folio 120
Date: 5 August 1843
Petition to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council from Guy Malet de Carteret, Seigneur of the Fief Haubert and Lordship of St Ouen requesting a Bill to abolish those seignorial rights from which financial advantage accrues and to have provision in related matters. Specifically looks at the rights of tavernage on tavern keepers in St Ouen.
Accord between Reginald Raoul Lempriere, Seigneur de Diélament of the first party and Thomas Cabot, Constable of Trinity of the second party. Records the agreement between 1 and 2 that 2 would pay 1 £4 Sterling per year for the right to quarry the Carrière des Platons for gravel and stone for the roads of the parish and the Carrière du Tas de Geon and £2 Sterling per year for the right to quarry the Carrière du Becquet in the Fief de la Gruchetterie.
Date: 31 January 1910
Bail à Termage between John Roland Christopher Riley, Seigneur of the Franc Fief Noble and Seigneury of Trinity of the first party and John Ernest Cabot, Constable, Alfred Samuel de Gruchy and Charles Edward Cabot, Procureurs of the parish of Trinity of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a piece of land called Le Pré de Billot ou Grand Pré, together with the adjoinging cotils on the north and south sides measuring 10 vergees for 9 years for the sum of £10 Sterling.
Date: 21 February 1963
Bail et Vente of land and appertenances between Jacques Godfray, procureur (attorney) for the Reverend William Lemprière, seigneur of the Fief et Seigneiurie de Rozel, Jacques Godfray, Jean Godfray, son of Hugh, Jean Le Couteur, Pierre Jean Simon, Chadwick Le Lievre, Frederick Poignard, Francois Bertram, Thomas Simon and Edouard De La Taste of the first party and John Cory, Peter John Tostevin and Henry Burch, of the second party. Records the sale of land on which had been a building called the 'Theatre Royal', which had since burnt down, situated on the south of the public road called 'Don Road', in the parish of St Helier, in the Fief de La Motte from 1 to 2. The land is sold for the sum of 20 quartiers of wheat to be paid annually, and for the sum of 245 pounds sterling.
Date: 25 April 1868
Bail et Vente of the land and Resignation of the co-ownership of the wall between Phillipe Aubin, son of Jean, of the first part and Josue Le Bailly, Ebenezer Cartwright Williams and John Smith, trustees of the English Independent Congregational Church, Victoria Street, of the second part. Records the sale of land from 1 to 2 and also the resignation of rights to the wall on the west side of the chapel from 1 to 2 for the sum of 20 quartiers of wheat annually. Also Francois Godfray, seigneur of the fief de Collette des Augrés abandons his seigneurial rights for the sum of 23 pounds and 16 shillings. Registered: book 219, folio 171
Date: 20 November 1858
Photographs of the Seigneur of St Ouen, Captain Guy Malet de Carteret, upon being nominated for a juratship vacancy.
File number: 10
Page number: 1
Date: November 1949 - 3 December 1949