Building a Better Future. The Way Ahead for Jersey. A Discussion Document [Seminar]. Booklet on the Seminar containing an action plan, a series of talks, questions and group discussions

Reference: D/G/A8/2/5

Date: 1998 - 1998

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/E1/22

Date: October 18th 1660 - January 31st 1665

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/E1/23

Date: June 14th 1666 - October 21st 1669

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/E1/24

Date: October 21st 1669 - May 11th 1675

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/E1/25

Date: May 20th 1675 - January 1st 1677

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/E1/26

Date: May 27th 1678 - May 27th 1680

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/E1/30

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/E1/32

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

Index to the criminal section of the Royal Court called the Poursuites Criminelles - includes an index of inquests in the back of book. Click to view names, volume number and page number of the relevant case. Consult D/Y /G1 volumes for case details. Le, de and du names are all indexed under the second part of the name (Le Brun will be in the B section of the index)

Reference: D/Y/G2/3

Date: August 6th 1834 - April 11th 1880

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

Ecclesiastical Court Roll Book-Volume 4. This volume has been indexed, scanned and attached as PDF files. Consult index to find date and description of case and locate case entry in relevant PDF file

Reference: G/B/A1/7

Date: October 8th 1744 - June 18th 1764

Extract of contract lease of Village Stores, Five Oaks. Records Richard Burbank Hartley and Richard Arthur Falle two of the Directors of Ann Street Brewery Company Limited of the first party and Michael Alex Cotillard and Sandra Gloria Bonny, his wife of the second party. Agreement by 2 that they shall purchase wines, beers etc exclusively from Ann Street Brewery Company Limited for the Village Stores, Five Oaks.

Reference: L/A/34/C2/08/09

Date: November 28th 1983 - November 28th 1983

Photograph entitled 'Challenge Cup Winner' two silver cups on the table. From left to right: Lieutenant Governor of Jersey Air Chief Marshal Sir John Davis; Chairman of Ann Street Brewery Henry Le Gresley; Head Brewer Philiip McElwee; wife of the Lieutenant Governor; Ian Steven; Richard Falle, Director and Sidney Gasston, taken in the Ann Street Brewery Board Room, photograph of Greville Bathe on the wall.

Reference: L/A/34/D2/05

Date: 1973 - 1973

Images of John Renouf and Richard Falle in Queen's Valley, Grouville.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/1/2636

Date: December 3rd 1976 - December 3rd 1976

Photographer: Peter Mourant

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/2636

Partage des Héritages between Edouard Falle son of Richard and Esther Gallie his wife eldest daughter of the late Clement Gallie and Esther Pain his wife and Andrie Gallie wife of Philippe Larbalestier, Judith Bellee wife of Elie Collas and daughter of Clement Bellee and the late Judith Gallie his wife, Genette Esnouf tutrice of Jacques Maugier by right of his mother daughter of Clement Bellee and Andrie Machon daughter of Abraham Machon and Elizabeth Gallie his wife and Margueritte Gallie daughter of the late Clement. Records the division of the héritage of the late Esther Pain. All parties receive rentes.

Reference: L/C/278/A/22

Date: June 8th 1671

Vente de Rente between Aaron de Veulle, procureur for John Williams and Marie Marett, his wife, of the first party and Edouard Falle, son of Richard, of the second party. Records the sale of twelve cabots of wheat of rente from 1 to 2 for the sum of 602 livres tournois. Registered: Book 57, Folio 142

Reference: L/C/51/A1/129

Date: December 17th 1774 - December 17th 1774

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