Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/27

Date: May 27th 1680 - June 7th 1683

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/28

Date: June 7th 1683 - June 23rd 1687

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/29

Date: November 30th 1687 - May 28th 1695

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/30

Date: October 25th 1694 - May 25th 1699

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/31

Date: May 23rd 1700 - December 21st 1710

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/32

Date: May 17th 1711 - October 19th 1721

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/33

Date: October 19th 1721 - October 15th 1728

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/34

Date: May 13th 1729 - January 24th 1737

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/38

Date: May 15th 1764 - October 11th 1774

Ecclesiastical Court Roll Book-Volume 2. This volume has been indexed, scanned and attached as 5 PDF files. Consult index to find date and description of case and locate case entry in relevant PDF file

Reference: G/B/A1/5

Date: June 6th 1698 - June 7th 1725

St Helier Town Church Baptism Register. Closed for preservation Purposes but a typed transcription is available to view in the form of a pdf for subscribers. Click here to take you to the pdf and then click on View GC03A216.pdf in red.

Reference: G/C/03/A2/16

Date: August 1st 1855 - December 31st 1862

Copies du Terrier of St Mary's Parish Church. Contains details of and names of people and properties and rentes payable on the land to Charles Dumaresq, Rector

Reference: G/C/13/D1/2

Date: October 3rd 1832 - October 3rd 1832

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property, its situation and the construction materials. The details of the insurer and their trade or possessions are listed and often the names of tenants of the property are given. Consult the index to obtain date/page of the entry and then view entries in the relevant PDF of the volume.

Reference: L/A/20/A/5

Date: November 16th 1846 - October 5th 1850

Contract between Charles Dumaresq procureur of Thomas de la Marche of the first party and Daniel Messervy procureur of Thomas Romeril of the second party. Concerns the ratification of a sale of rente.

Reference: L/C/112/B21/47

Date: December 19th 1693

Extract of an action relating to the possession of 10 quartiers of wheat of rente between Hugh Lempriere by right of demission [ceding of property] of Helier Lempriere his father oldest son of Hugh Lempriere, and Mathieu du Pont and James Corbet and Charles Dumaresq tenants after the decret of Philippe Messervy [catalogued new style]

Reference: L/C/112/E2/121

Date: January 18th 1694 - January 18th 1694

Vente de Rente between Charles Dumaresq who had a right from Charles Le Hardy to the heritage of Thomas Le Hardy Chevallier son of Jean son of Jean who had a right to 9 cabots of wheat of rente from the heritages of Nicollas Poingdestre eldest son of Nicollas who owed Jean Carter 4½ sixtonniers of wheat of rente. The parties come to an agreement over payment of the rente and Charles Dumaresq sells Jean Carter an additional 1 cabot of wheat of rente for the sum of 40 livres tournois.

Reference: L/C/112/L12/10

Date: January 12th 1712

Vente between Charles Dumaresq of the first party and Jean Neel son of Nicolas of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of certain fields situated naer La Rouge Rue, 1 named Le Camp de Haut measuring 22 perches 16 pieds the other named Le Camp de Bas measuring 31 perches situated in the parish of St Helier on the Fief du Buisson for the sum of 240 Livres. Enregistered 06/01/1709 [new style]

Reference: L/C/112/L6/28

Date: July 10th 1708 - July 10th 1708

Assignation de Rente between Charles Bertram and Jean Dumaresq procureurs and attorneys of the creditors of Jean Du Tot of the first party, and Marguerite Nicolle wife of Philippe Le Maistre of the second party. Recites that 1 owes 2 four cabots of wheate of rente. Records the assignation from 1 to 2 of the same sum. Registered Livre 166 folio 55

Reference: L/C/125/A4/15

Date: May 13th 1837 - May 13th 1837

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