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Baptism Register of St Peter's Parish Church - entry for William John du Val, son of John du Val and Anna Rachel Blampied
Date: 26 July 1874
Burials in the Parish of St Peter, includes details of the deceased and grave number. Entry for John du Val, aged 78
Date: 28 February 1916
Bail à Termage between Reverend Francis de Gruchy, Rector of St Peter, John du Val, Constable, Walter Simon and George Le Couteur, Procureurs du Bien Public, John B Michel and Théophile Le Cappelain, Surveillants of St Peter of the first party and Winter Philip Le Marquand of the second party. Records the lease for 5 years from 1 to 2 of land near the Chapelle des Landes, St Peter for the sum of £5 10s per year.
Resignation of a Chapel and land between Philip Winter Le Brocq, Norman Philip Skelton procureur of Philippe du Val son of Philippe [by procuration passed in Guernsey], Francis Vibert Le Feuvre, Harold Walter Giffard surviving procureur of Philippe D'Auvergne Laffoley, surviving Trustees of Philadelphie Methodist Chapel of the first party and Philip Winter Le Brocq, Philippe Josué Pepin, George Henry Le Rossignol, William Wilford Egré, Winter Le Lievre Egré, Philip Godel Le Moignan, Alfred Francis Marett, Cecil George Falle, Henry Prouings Le Ruez, Edward John Le Feuvre, John du Val, Eunice Le Gros wife of John du Val, Mary Ann Vautier widow of Francois Huelin, Eliza Mary Becquet widow of Francis Le Sueur and Marie Louise du Val current Trustees appointed on the 4th of February 1929 of the second party and the Reverend Paul Henry Elmont representing the Conference of Wesleyan Methodists of the third party. Records the resignation and transfer of rights from 1 to 2 with the agreement of 3 on the condition that 2 discharges all rights due on the land and property. Registered Livre 405 folio 212
Date: 10 July 1929
Donation, Cession, and Transport of a piece of land between John Charles Vautier son of Charles Philippe of the first party, and John du Val, George Henry Le Rossignol, William Wilford Egré, Winter Le Lievré Egré, Philip Godel Le Moignan, Alfered Francis Marett, Cecil George Falle, Henry Prouings Le Ruez, and Edward John Le Feuvre, Trustees of Philadephie Methodist Church of the second party and and the Reverend Robert John Rider representing the Conference of Wesleyan Methodists of the third party. Records the Donation Cession and Transport of a certain becquet of land to be used as a car park in the Parish of St Peter from 1 to 2 with the agreement of 3 on the condition that 2 pays all Seigneurial rights due on the land. Rupert George Dawson Seigneur relinquishes all rights to the land. Registered Livre 451b folio 132
Date: 5 November 1949
Resignation of house, offices and land between Francois Le Brocq, Edouard Le Boutillier, Philippe du Val, Francis Vibert Le Feuvre and Philippe du Feu, trustees of the French Methodist Circuit, and Philippe du Val, Philippe Josué Pepin, John du Val, Walter Benest, Snowdon Benest, Henry Prouings Le Ruez, George Henry Le Rossignol, James John Le Boutillier and Charles William Binet, of the second party. Records the resignation from 1 to 2, of the house, offices and land called La Lande, situated in the Fief de la Hougue D'Irvault, in the parish of St Peter.
Date: 7 February 1928
Typed copy of Bail et Vente between John du Val, Walter Benest, Henry Prouings Le Ruez, George Henry Le Rossignol, Philippe du Val, Philippe Josué Pepin, Snowdon Benest, James John Le Boutillier and Charles William Binet, trustees of the French Methodist Circuit, of the first party, and Cecil Stanley Harrison, Procureur-General and Francis de Lisle Bois, Greffier of the States, of the second party. Records the sale of the house from 1 to 2 called La Lande, situated in the Fief de la Hougue D'Irvault, in the parish of St Peter, for the sum of 1064 pounds sterling and 19 shillings.
Date: 18 June 1949
Typed copy of a Bail et Vente between John du Val, Henry Prouings Le Ruez, George Henry Le Rossignol, Philippe du Val, Philippe Josué Pepin, Walter Benest, Snowdon Benest, James John Le Boutillier and Charles William Binet, trustees of the French Methodist Circuit, of the first party and Christine Fanny Vautier, daughter of Thomas John and widow of John Herbert du Feu, of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of a piece of land called Le Clos du Saut Faluet, for the sum of 425 pounds sterling.
Date: 26 June 1954
French Wesleyan Circuit baptism register - entry for John du Val, son of Ph du Val and Marie Louise Blampied
Date: 17 May 1874
Croad and Sons Funeral Director -Livre de Remarques [Indexed]. Includes burial number, name of person buried, relatives, age, date of death, address, date and place of burial.To find the name you are interested in please look at the index and then open the pdf with the relevant entry number.
Date: 27 November 1907 - 15 June 1914
Photograph of Mr A E Paisnel's Interested Oxford Countess, Senior Female Champion, at a St Clement Show held at Samares Manor grounds, and photograph of John du Val, a Constable of St Peter who had recently celebrated his 80th birthday, with his bull Crown Trust, Champion of St Peter at a St Mary, St Peter and St Ouen Three Parish Show.
File number: 7
Page number: 8
Date: May 1954 - 15 May 1954
Vente de Mielle [sand dune] forming part of the Commune ou Marais between John du Val Constable of St Peter and John Buesnel Michel for the Commune ou Marais of the first party and Frederick John Michel of the second party for the sum of £250 .Contract contains seven separate clauses. Registed Livre 414 folio 121
Date: 11 September 1924
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 4, Page 39. Includes: newscuttings from the Evening Post; a copy of a Red Cross message from Louis F Jackson to his father Frank Jackson of 28 Rouge Bouillon; and a cigarette packet for Nestor Gianaclis Rekord cigarettes.
Date: 9 February 1942 - 20 June 1942