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Bail et Vente between Jean Dallain procureur of Thomas Henry Pipon son of Thomas Le Breton Pipon of the first party and Philippe Le Couteur son of Josué of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of land in the Fief de la Hague, St Peter for the sum of the discharge of all seigneurial rights due on the land and £6. Registered Livre 204 folio 216
Date: December 13th 1851 - December 13th 1851
Vente de Rente between Philippe Le Couteur son of Jean of the first party and Edouard Pipon tuteur of the children of Jean Alexandre of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 13 cabots of wheat of rente for the sum of 492 livres. Registered April 1675
Date: February 20th 1675
Pipon Family Papers - Bundle 5, includes; hints to the Jersey Militia written in 1765, letters from Newfoundland to William Patriarche and Company from Captain Peter du Heaume, papers concerning the Seigneur of Trinity - Philippe Carteret, series of marriage banns certificates signed by the Dean of Jersey, letter to Mrs Messervy from her cousin Françoise de Carteret, letter to Daniel Messervy from his cousin Thomas Pipon on board HMS Caroline, document in which Thomas Pipon quits all rights to his father Thomas' estates in Jersey, letter to Daniel Messervy living in Boston, letter from Elie de Carteret to his parents, letter to Daniel Messervy conerning brickclay, list of work undertaken at Trinity Manor, petition of James Pipon and a document concerning the donation of money from Philippe Le Couteur to help build a hospital
Date: 1700 - 1820
Pipon Family Papers - Bundle 7, includes; extracts from the Royal Courts, agreement between the widow and heirs of Philippe Le Couteur and Pierre Mauger, accounts and orders of Daniel Messervy including one with Thomas Louis Garnier Branson for the vessel named the St Charles and one with Nicolas Fiot, letter from Thomas Pipon to Daniel Messervy, papers concerning the estate of Daniel Valpy dit Janvrin, inventory of the movable goods of Elizabeth Nicolle, measurement of the lands of the late Jean Esnouf and papers concerning the payments for the funeral of Daniel Janvrin
Date: 1700 - 1800
Vente de Rente between Philippe Le Couteur procureur of Charles Anthoine Marie Gabriel Armand and Amelie Carteret Dumaresq his wife of the first party and Edouard Le Feuvre son of Edouard of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 4 quartiers 2 cabots 1 sixtonnier of wheat of rente for the sum of 1267 livres 6 sous 8 deniers. Registered Livre 140 folio 171
Date: January 7th 1826 - January 7th 1826
Partage of Jean Le Coûteur between Jean Le Coûteur son and principal heir of the late Jean Le Coûteur with Philippe Le Coûteur, Marie Le Coûteur, Esther Le Coûteur, and Elizabeth Le Coûteur younger children of the late Jean Le Coûteur. Jean Le Coûteur receives: the house Les Buttes with land and rentes. Philippe Le Coûteur receives: La Maison du Nord [St John]. Marie, Esther and Elizabeth Le Coûteur all receive rentes. Registered Book 47 folio 21
Date: July 11th 1761 - July 11th 1761
Two Partages of Esther Le Coûteur 1) between Jean Le Coûteur son and principal heir of the late Jean Le Coûteur with Amice Le Coûteur son of Amice and Josué Le Coûteur. Jean Le Coûteur receives rentes. Amice Le Couteur receives Clos d'Aubert, St John. 2) between Jean Le Coûteur son of Jean principal heir of the late Marie Le Coûteur his sister and Esther Le Coûteur his aunt with Philippe Le Couteur. Both parties receive rentes only.
Date: June 7th 1766 - June 7th 1766
Contract between Jean de Ste Croix son of Jean of the first party and Jean Le Couteur junior of the second party. Recites that on 23/06/1792 1 leased in perpetuity to 2 a piece of land in St Lawrence, Fief à L'Abesse de Caen by the same contract 2 assigned to 1 3 cabots 2¼ sixtonniers of wheat of rente to be received from Philippe Le Couteur from St John. Records that this rente was assigned in error and that 2 is now obliged to pay or assign to 1 the same amount of rente.
Date: December 1st 1792 - December 1st 1792
Bail à fin d'Héritage between Jean Dumaresq and Matthieu Le Vavasseur dit Noel procureurs of Jean Le Couteur of the first party and Jean Coutanche and Philippe le Couteur of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of part of a field in St Peter, Fief du Roi for the sum of 5 quartiers 2 cabots 4 sixtonniers of wheat of rente.
Date: July 11th 1812 - July 11th 1812
Vente de Rente between Jean Vibert procureur of Marie Le Couteur heir of Philippe Le Couteur, her brother of the first party and Jean Le Couteur son of Jean of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 4 cabots 4 sixtonniers of wheat of rente for the sum of 233 livres 6 sous 8 deniers. Registered Book 46 folio 216
Date: June 28th 1760 - June 28th 1760
Partage des Héritage of Esther Le Couteur between Jean Le Couteur, principal heir of the collateral succession of Esther Le Couteur his sister of the first party and Philippe Le Couteur, co-heir of the second party. Both parties receive rentes.
Date: March 18th 1780 - March 18th 1780
Date: October 20th 1787 - October 20th 1787
Vente de rente between Jean du Pré procureur of Jean Le Couteur son of Philippe of the first party and Philippe Le Feuvre dit Fillaistre of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 2 cabots of wheat of rente annually for the sum of 100 Livres Tournois: Registered Livre 63 folio 120
Date: October 20th 1781 - October 20th 1781
Rembours de rente between Philippe Le Feuvre dit Fillaistre acquirer of part of the heritage of Jean Le Couteur son of Philippe of the first party and Nicolas Arthur who claims retrait of the second party. 2 takes possession and reimburses 1 for the value of the said rente: Registered Livre 64 folio19
Date: July 13th 1782 - October 20th 1781