Testament of Nicolas Fiott son of Jean of Jersey, now of Guernsey. Dated 08/05/1810. Bequeaths to the poor of St Peter Port, Guernsey, £1 sterling

Reference: D/Y/A/19/63

Date: August 7th 1821 - August 7th 1821

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

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/E1/39

Date: October 11th 1774 - May 27th 1788

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/E1/40

Date: May 27th 1788 - May 21st 1799

Petition signed by the rate paying inhabitants of St Helier, regarding the will of Mary Bartlett and the building of the General Hospital originally destined for St Aubin. Mary Bartlett left the sum of 50,000 livres, 10,000 for the building of the hospital and 40,000 for the maintainence of the building and for the care of the inmates. A suitable piece of ground could not be obtained in St Aubin and a piece of land in St Helier was offered by Philip Bandinell Seigneur of the Fief de Meleches, this was covenanted and accepted by James Pipon the surviving executor of the original testament. On the 31st of May 1750 His Majesties Lord Justices ordered that the said hospital was to be built on the land given by the said Philip Bandinell in St Helier not in St Aubins as in the original bequest. The current petition relates to the fact that the hospital was originally built for the poor of the island regardless of parish and that funds have been set up to provide for the inhabitants including several generous bequests. The petition states that the building has so far been used to house four divisions of a detachment of the first regiment and that no offices have yet been built or the ground enclosed, and that of the original sum of 10,000 livres bequeathed by Mrs Bartlett for the building, 40,000 livres have been expended. The petition states that the states of the said island instead of making said hospital a place for all the poor of the island [which has been expected for 30 years], declared that the hospital will house no more than 22 people. Each parish will send a number of persons depending of the amount of rates that they contribute to the island. The petitioners wish to express the view that they should not have to support the widows and orphans of soldiers who have come to the island and the hospital should be made general for the whole native poor of the island as Mary Bartlett had intended.

Reference: F/E/N1/1

Date: 1770 - 1770

Account Book showing the accounts of the Chamber and individual members of the Chamber of Commerce including subscriptions, name of vessels in full or part ownership, prizes from privateer activities and the President's accounts [indexed]

Reference: L/A/38/B1/1

Date: February 15th 1780 - May 13th 1786

Assignation between Philippe Le Gros in the cause of Jeanne Joubaire his wife records that Nicolas Fiott of the second party. Records the assignation from 1 to 2 of 10 cabots of wheat of rente

Reference: L/C/112/D2/11

Date: May 5th 1774 - May 5th 1774

Procuration Nicolas Fiott names constitutes and establishes Jean Bisson as his procureur to conduct and trasact business on his behalf: Registered Livre 24 folio 97 of the book of procurations

Reference: L/C/126/A3/11

Date: March 25th 1809 - March 25th 1809

Bail between Jean Sorel son of Jean of the first party and Jean Bisson procureur of Nicolas Fiott of the second party, records the lease from 1 to 2 of a certain house and lands for the sum of 14 quartiers 4 cabots of wheat of rente annually: Registered Livre 120 folio15

Reference: L/C/126/A3/15

Date: October 14th 1815 - October 14th 1815

Vente de rente between Thomas Gallichan son of Jean of the first party and Jean Bisson procureur of Nicolas Fiott of the second party, records the sale from 1 to 2 of 4 cabots of wheat of rente annually for the sum of 133 livres 14 sous 8 deniers argent: Registered Livre120 folio 11

Reference: L/C/126/A3/16

Date: October 14th 1815 - October 14th 1815

Tutelle Amice Benest, Jean Bisson, Philippe Herault, Jean Gavey, Philippe Gibaut, Nicolas Le Quesne,Philippe Touzel have convened at the insistance of George Sohier to chose a tuteur for the children of the late Nicolas Fiott in the place of Margueritte Benest his widow and second wife,.. is chosen [text missing]: Registered Livre 27 folio 158

Reference: L/C/126/A3/19

Date: October 26th 1823 - October 26th 1823

Procuration Jean Fiott son of Nicolas names constitutes and establishes Philippe Richard Touzel to be his procureur and to transact business on his behalf: Registered Livre 29 folio 211 in the book of procurations

Reference: L/C/126/A3/27

Date: December 12th 1833 - December 14th 1833

Bail à fin d'héritages between John Fiott son of Nicolas of the first party and Philippe Fiott of the second party records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of all goods and heritage in return for the for the payment of all due rights rentes and also on the condition redeverences, and also on the condition that the said Philippe Fiott will provide the said John Fiott with food and a dwelling and will look after him will kindness and provide for his medical needs, and in time will ensure that he is buried in a respectable manner as well as allowing the said John his brother an allowance of 18s 5½ d : Registered Livre 171 folio 133

Reference: L/C/126/A3/32

Date: August 31st 1839 - August 31st 1839

Copy of a bail between Nicolas Fiott son of Jean of the first party and Pierre de ste Croix of the second party records the lease of a certain house and lands situated in the parish of St Brelade on the Fief du Roi for sum of 8 quartiers 5 cabots 3 sixtonniers of wheat of rente annually and the payment of all rentes and seigneurial rights due on the land

Reference: L/C/126/A3/5

Date: February 18th 1806 - February 18th 1806

Research notes by Robin Cox includes; Red Notebooks 1-10, which includes indexes to Public Registry contracts and newspaper cuttings relating to named individuals and companies [index at the back of each book]

Reference: L/C/152/139

Date: 1981

Research notes by Robin Cox includes; Red Notebooks 11-21 [16 missing], which includes indexes to Public Registry contracts and newspaper cuttings relating to named individuals and companies [index at the back of each book]

Reference: L/C/152/140

Date: 1981 - 1983

Assignation de Rente between Jean de Carteret of the first party and Nicolas Fiott of the second party. Recites that 1 owes 2 12 cabots of wheat of rente. Records the assignation of the rente from 1 to 2. Registered Book 47 folio 42

Reference: L/C/47/A/533

Date: January 21st 1762 - January 21st 1762

Bails à fin d'Héritages between Elizabeth de Carteret daughter of Jean and Elizabeth Grandin his wife of the first party and Nicolas Fiott of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of Jardin de Robin, St Peter, Fief de la Hague with rights of way to reach Jardin de Petun [Jardin à Petun]. In exchange 2 leases in perpetuity to 1 3 vergees 20 perches of land in Les Neuf Courtils, St Ouen, Fief de Vinchelés de Haut. Registered Book47 folio 175

Reference: L/C/47/A/537

Date: March 21st 1763 - March 21st 1763

Account of George de Carteret with Nicholas [Nicolas] Fiott. Includes a payment of £3750 tournois on rentes due on La Hougue, St Ouen

Reference: L/C/47/A/538

Date: April 6th 1763 - December 1st 1765

Vente de Rente between Nicolas Fiott son of Gedeon of the first party and James de Carteret son of Jean of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 2¼ sixtonniers of wheat of rente for the sum of £17 3 sous 10 deniers tournois of the order of the King. Registered Book 57 folio 126

Reference: L/C/47/A/581

Date: March 11th 1775 - March 11th 1775

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