Volume of Annual Returns from individual island schools. The names of theattending children are recorded along with attendance summaries, inspectors reports, accounts, examination results and the names of teachers and pupil teachers. This volume has been indexed by name of person mentioned. The volume can be viewed at the Archive to access extra detail.

Reference: D/J/A/14

Date: 1889 - 1889

Volume of Annual Returns from individual island schools. The names of the attending children are recorded along with attendance summaries, inspectors reports, accounts, examination results and the names of teachers and pupil teachers. This volume has been indexed by name of person mentioned. The volume can be viewed at the Archive to access extra detail.

Reference: D/J/A/15

Date: 1889 - 1890

Cour du Samedi Register. The Samedi Court is the general business court in the island and covers a wide range of matters. These include bankruptcy records, naturalisations, deed polls, licensing and professional registrations. Prior to 1797 some criminal cases can be found in this court. There has never been an Admiralty court in Jersey but the Cour du Samedi would sit in such cases if needed. This volume has been indexed by name but to date the records are not able to be accessed online.

Reference: D/Y/F1/224

Date: September 12th 1905 - April 27th 1907

Cour du Samedi Register. The Samedi Court is the general business court in the island and covers a wide range of matters. These include bankruptcy records, naturalisations, deed polls, licensing and professional registrations. Prior to 1797 some criminal cases can be found in this court. There has never been an Admiralty court in Jersey but the Cour du Samedi would sit in such cases if needed. This volume has been indexed by name but to date the records are not able to be accessed online.

Reference: D/Y/F1/226

Date: January 9th 1909 - December 31st 1910

Cour du Samedi Register. The Samedi Court is the general business court in the island and covers a wide range of matters. These include bankruptcy records, naturalisations, deed polls, licensing and professional registrations. Prior to 1797 some criminal cases can be found in this court. There has never been an Admiralty court in Jersey but the Cour du Samedi would sit in such cases if needed. This volume has been indexed by name but to date the records are not able to be accessed online.

Reference: D/Y/F1/228

Date: December 2nd 1912 - October 17th 1914

File concerning the appeal case of Philip Edward Billot, heard before the Military Service Act (Jersey) 1917 Central Tribunal, held at the Cour Royale on the 2nd October 1917. Includes a completed Notice of Appeal form, and court report relating to case number 271 of the East District Tribunal. The Appeal was applied for by Captain J J Nugent, a military representative. The appeal was dismissed and an exemption allowed until August 31st 1918. The original exemption was applied for by Philip's father Centenier Philip Billot

Reference: D/Y/R2/4/15

Date: September 14th 1917 - October 2nd 1917

Baptism Register of St Clement's Parish Church - entry for Philip Edward Billot, son of Philip Billot and Mary Ann Le Sueur

Reference: G/C/07/A2/3/543

Date: December 11th 1892

Baptism Register of St Clement's Parish Church - entry for Annie Billot, daughter of Philip Billot and Mary Ann Le Sueur

Reference: G/C/07/A2/3/564

Date: January 27th 1895

Marriage Register of St Saviour's Church - entry for Philip Billot, 22 and Mary Ann Le Sueur, 22

Reference: G/C/09/A3/13/667

Date: January 24th 1891

Marriage Register for St Saviour's Church - entry for Philip Billot, 22 and Jane Renouf, 23

Reference: G/C/09/A3/9/549

Date: May 13th 1866

Marriage Register of St Martin's Church - entry for Philip Billot, 19 and Mary Ann Amy, 22

Reference: G/C/17/A3/3/252

Date: April 1st 1860

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property and its situation, the sum insured, present payments including premium and duty, and number of policy [indexed by name], also includes two newspaper clippings

Reference: L/A/20/A/8

Date: January 7th 1862 - June 19th 1867

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. Please note that in this volume, the numbers 16670 - 16699 have been used twice - this is a mistake in the original volume. The entries with repeated numbers are marked in the index with the page numbers p391 - p399.

Reference: L/A/41/B1/11

Date: January 2nd 1932 - June 4th 1938

Receipt for the sum of £40 paid as a consideration on a bail et vente between Thomas James Renouf Philip Billot and Mary Ann Amy

Reference: L/C/162/B1/11

Date: 1912 - 1912

Certificates

Reference: L/F/189/A

Certificate of wounded seaman Philip Billot, 25 years of age, who was injured on board the ship Victory by receiving a fracture of the right arm on the 7th May 1780 whilst rowing a boat to shore

Reference: L/F/189/A/1

Date: May 12th 1780 - May 12th 1780

Maurice Gautier who farmed at Beauverd, Sion, talks to Arthur McGugan about vraicking. Includes: family moved from town - used to have a tobbacconists shop in town; details of family background - maternal grandmother a Le Sueur, grandfather an Allix, great-grandfather farmed at Longueville, grandparents ran Bagot Inn until 1928; left school May 1943, worked for a cousin on a farm at Five Oaks until 1946; then worked for Don Le Quesne, later president of farmers' union, of Slate house, St Clement, father was Centenier of St Clement; Don Le Quesne took some land at the ladies college, Mont Cantel, and some at First Tower; went vraicking November, December, January 1946 - 1947 mainly at Havre des Pas and Green Island; terrible storms, lots of vraic washed up; used an ex-army Bedford lorry; regualtions, marking vraic; vraicking very competetive; remembers other vraic collectors - Les Gresleys from Mont Cochon, Quenaults from Swiss Valley, Alec Moon from Sion; farming was hard work, no breaks; used vraic for early potatoes and tomatoes; bought dried vraic form La Pulente; mentions Reg Le Quesne who also used to collect vraic; used hay forks; in 1946 dried vraic cost £5 - £8 a stack 5 - 6 feet high; started farming at Sion christmas 1948 or 1949; used some artificial fertilizers but mainly vraic; no vraicking on Sunday; stacks well-made because they had to travel; farmers generally law-abiding; big tides, lots of vraic washed up; history of the farmhouse Beauverd; boats were once used to get vraic from rocks further out; best vraic 'collie'? from St Ouen; a neighbour, François Le Moine of La Retraite, used to go vraicking with Wilfred Le Brun from Mont à l'Abbé; used a sickle to cut the vraic; put on grass for grazing; different types of vraic, methods of use; stopped vraicking 1956/1957; details of farm, animals, crops, equipment; mentions Mr Picot of Ivy Gate, an expert at navigating through gullies, and the Billots of Sion House farm, Phillip Billot was the eldest of two sons there. Recorded by Arthur McGugan on 12/09/1991

Reference: R/03/B/9

Date: September 12th 1991 - September 12th 1991

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