Assignation de Rente between Jeanne de Carteret widow of the late George de la Cloche and tutrice of their children and Richard Dumaresq of the first party and Pierre de Carteret of the second party. Recites that 1 owes 2 20 cabots of wheat of rente. Records the assignation from 1 to 2 of the same sum of rente.

Reference: G/C/15/E1/8

Date: November 24th 1683 - November 24th 1683

Vente between Francsoys de Carteret of the first party and Richard Dumaresq son of Thomas Dumaresq and Robyne his wife of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of a piece of land in St Peter, Fief du Roi for the sum of 20 escus.

Reference: L/C/111/A2/9

Date: May 28th 1568

Vente de Rente between Richard Dumaresq procureur of Philippe Lempriere of the first party and Jean Robichon of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 1 cabot 4½ sixtonniers of wheat of rente for the sum of 72 livres 18 sols 4 deniers. Registered Livre 44 folio 68

Reference: L/C/112/B21/72

Date: December 2nd 1752

Vente de Rente between Richard Dumaresq of the first party and Anne daughter of Thomas and wife of Anthoyne Larbalestier of the second party. Records the sale from 2 to 1 of 6 cabots of wheat of rente for the sum of 1 escu

Reference: L/C/112/L15/1

Date: September 22nd 1537

Accord between Anne Machon widow of the late Nicollas Poindextre and Jean Poindextre Thomas Poindextre, Charles Durell, Jean Dumaresq, Thomas Poindextre, Richard Dumaresq and Jean Syvret relating to the care of the infant children of the late Nicollas Poindextre.

Reference: L/C/112/L4/5

Date: 1654 - 1654

Vente de Rente between Pierres Faultract and Thomasse his wife of the first party and Helyer Le Feubure son of Nicollas Le Feubure of the second party. Records the sale from 2 to 1 of 4 cabots of wheat of rente for the sum of 11 escus and 1 escus of vin et vente. Witnesses: John de Carteret and Richard Dumaresq, Jurats of the King and Queen, before Helyer de Carteret, Bailiff of Jersey

Reference: L/C/113/A/5

Date: November 2nd 1554 - November 2nd 1554

Bail between Carteret La Cloche heir of Charles Poingdestre of the first party and Josué Priaux and his wife Margueritte Rondel ofthe second party, records the lease from 1 to 2 of a property and outbuildings formerly owned by Charles Poingdestre, this property was previously owned by Susanne Godfray who acquired it from Richard Dumaresq providing access by wagon or plough without infringing on the rights of the Seigneur of Grainville, for the sum of 3 cabots 4 quartiers of wheat of rente and 2 chickens: Registered [24]

Reference: L/C/366/A2/17

Date: October 13th 1665 - October 13th 1665

Copy of a Confession of a Bail à fin d'Héritage between Pierre de Carteret of the first party and John Tourgy dit gervaise of the second party. Records the confession of the previous lease in perpetuity by Ouïe de Paroisse at St Ouen from 2 to 1 of a house and land to the west of St Ouen's Church for the sum of 1 quartier of wheat of rente. In front of Thomas Lempriere, Bailiff, witnessed by Guilleaume de Hamptonne and John Dumaresq. Also includes a 'copy of an old manuscript' dated 27/11/1537 which records the death of Pierre de Carteret, his burial in the North Chapel of St Ouen's Church and his replacement as jurat by Richard Dumaresq.

Reference: L/C/47/A/2

Date: September 25th 1496 - November 27th 1537

Sale by pledge between Richard Dumaresq son of Clement of the first party and Guillaume Horment of the second party. Records that 2 has let to 1 for the term of 9 years 17 cabots of wheat of rente for the sum 24 escus sol and as part of a bail that 2 made with Elie Dumaresq son of Helier of land in the Fief de Luce de Carteret, St Peter Registered November 1612

Reference: L/C/47/A/64

Date: October 16th 1612 - October 16th 1612

Bail a fin d'héritage between Richard Dumaresq, son of Jacques and Thomasse du Heaulme, his wife and Jeanne Jean, wife of Richard Dumaresq of the first party and Thomas Alexandre of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity of a piece of land in Fief du Roi, in the parish of St Brelade, from 1 to 2 for the sum of 36 and a half escus. Registered: February 1643/4

Reference: L/C/51/A1/18

Date: January 6th 1644 - January 6th 1644

Two copies from Public Registry. 1) Bail a fin 'héritage between Richard Dumaresq, son of Richard and Jean Jeanne, his wife, of the first party and Aaron Le Veslet, son of Thomas, of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a house in Fief dur Roi, St Brelade for the sum of 14 cabots and 4 quartier of wheat of rente, dated 10/03/1682/3. Registered: Livre 23, Folio 87 2) Bail a fin d'héritage between Aaron Le Veslet, of the first party and Charles Martel of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a house in Fief du Roi, St Brelade for the sum of 16 and a half cabots and 1 quartier of wheat of rente, dated 24/10/1691. Registered: 25, Folio 72

Reference: L/C/51/A1/93

Date: March 10th 1683 - October 24th 1691

Exchange between Richard Dumaresq tuteur of the children of the children of Jean Laurens assigns to George Maret 4 cabots of rye [siegle] and 1 cabot of barley [orge] of rente in exchange for 5 cabots of rye

Reference: L/C/51/C3/8

Date: May 25th 1699 - May 25th 1699

Vente de Rente between Richard Dumaresq tuteur of the children of Jean Laurens of the first party and George Maret of the second party. Records the sale of 5 cabots of Siegle [rye] of rente due on the house named as La Marquanderie for the sum of 180 Livres: Registered

Reference: L/C/51/C4/4

Date: 1704 - 1704

Bail à fin d'Héritage between Jean Ballaine and Edward Pipon eldest son and principal heir of Richard Pipon and the late Marie Ballaine his wife - the said Jean Ballaine and Marie Ballaine with Thomas Ballaine were tenants après décret [after bankruptcy] of Richard Dumaresq son of Jacques of the first party and the said Thomas Ballaine of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of all their rights to the tenure of Richard Dumaresq for the sum of 20 sous of rente.

Reference: L/C/65/B6/8

Date: July 11th 1713 - July 11th 1713

Bail à fin d'Héritage between Francois de Carteret of the first party and Richard Dumaresq son of Jacques of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a house and land in St Peter, Fief de la Hougue d'Hirvault and a vallette in St Peter, Fief du Roi for the sum of 2 quartiers of wheat of rente. Registered September

Reference: L/C/65/B8/10

Date: July 16th 1631 - July 16th 1631

Acte de Teneure des Héritages of Richard Dumaresq. Appoints Thomas Balleine, Richard Pipon procurer of Jean Balleine and Richard Pipon as tenants après décret of the héritages of Richard Dumaresq

Reference: L/C/65/C3/1

Date: May 21st 1702 - May 21st 1702

Enagement. Françoise Marie St Paul widow of Charles de Carteret, Edouard de Carteret, Philippe de Carteret, Reverend François Le Couteur, Richard Dumaresq, Benjamin Bisson, Daniel Messervy and Charles Marett approve that François de Carteret, Seigneur of Trinity is of full age to take responsiblity for his movable and immovable goods.

Reference: L/C/66/C3/34

Date: January 15th 1753

Tutelle. Josue de Carteret, Philippe Lempriere, Benjamin La Cloche, François de Carteret, Thomas Dumaresq, Richard Dumaresq Senior, Edouard Dumaresq and Philippe Messervy choose Josue de Carteret as tuteur for the children of the late Elie Dumaresq son of Helier.

Reference: L/C/66/C3/5

Date: January 27th 1627

Bail à fin d'Héritage between Collette Le Sueur wife of Richard Dumaresq of the first party and Thomas Giffard son of Thomas of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a piece of land on the Fief de Dielament and Fief des Mélèches for the sum of 2 quartiers of wheat of rente.

Reference: L/C/66/C7/52

Date: December 2nd 1699

Pipon Family Papers - Bundle 18, includes; agreement over the division of héritage belonging to Benjamin Dumaresq, notes on the héritage of Anne Seale, extracts from the public registry, accounts of James Pipon, accounts of Richard Dumaresq, claim of James Pipon to dower rights through his mother from the heirs of Rozel, copy of the marriage contract between Jean de Carteret and Anne de Carteret, agreement between Philip Durell and Culling Smith concerning the Manor of Newberry and account of Anne Pipon

Reference: L/C/67/F18

Date: 1650 - 1800

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