Curatelle, Philip Gruchy, Philip Le Cornu, Moise Alexandre, Edouard Corbel, Philippe Picot, Jean Le Quesne, Mathieu Mauger and Thomas Hamon choose Philippe Picot as curateur of the goods and person of the said Esther Le Cornu. Registered Livre 23 folio 8

Reference: L/C/125/A4/1

Date: November 26th 1803 - November 26th 1803

Vente de Rente between Philippe Hamon tuteur of the children of the late Jean Hamon son of Jean of the first party and Thomas Hamon son of Jean of the second party records the sale from 1 to 2 of 1 quartier of wheat of rente for the sum of 200 Livres Registered Jan 1742

Reference: L/C/148/A1/7

Date: November 28th 1741 - November 28th 1741

Retrait between Philippe Amy who has acquired part of the heritage of Charles Hamon of the first party and Thomas Hamon who claims Retrait Lignager of the second party 2 takes possession and 1 is reimbursed for the said heritage: Registered Livre 45 folio 88

Reference: L/C/148/A1/8

Date: April 4th 1755 - April 4th 1755

Volume listing criminals confined in HM's Gaol at Jersey, 1814 - 1833, including case details and indexed by name of the prisoner.The second half of the book contains a list of prisoners incarcerated for debt, 1814 - 1847, including case details and indexed by name. The volume has been transcribed and can be viewed by subscribers in the form of a pdf. to open pdf click on View L_F_54_A_A_1.pdf in red type. A scanned copy of the original volume has also been attached in two parts entitled criminal prison and debtors prison

Reference: L/F/54/A/A/1

Date: 1814 - 1847

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