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The Hospital Committee Minutes. They contain information regarding suppliers to the hospitals, appointments and details of staff, lists of people receiving and applying for public assistance payments. To view an entry locate the page number on the index and then look at relevant page on the PDF containing the page number.
Date: January 5th 1880 - March 6th 1883
St Simon's School Log Book. This volume records the daily events at the school and has been indexed by name of the person mentioned. The index created by volunteers has been attached as a PDF so that you can see the page numbers the person is mentioned on. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of the relevant pages.
Date: 1870 - 1901
St Mark's National Infants and Girls School Log Book. This volume records the daily events at the school and has been indexed by name of the person mentioned. The index created by volunteers has been attached as a PDF so that you can see the page numbers the person is mentioned on. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of the relevant pages.
Date: 1862 - 1883
St Mark's Boys School Log Book. This volume records the daily events at the school and has been indexed by name of the person mentioned. The index created by volunteers has been attached as a PDF so that you can see the page numbers the person is mentioned on. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of the relevant pages.
Date: 1862 - 1883
St Paul's Infants and Girls school Log Book. The school was divided into seperate Girl' and Infants' departments when the school relocated fromUnion Street to the New Street building in 1871. This volume records daily events, attendance figures and reports. An index of names has been created and attached with page numbers relating to entries. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of relevant entries.
Date: October 1st 1862 - November 1st 1897
Date: February 10th 1903 - February 10th 1903
Cour du Samedi Register. The Samedi Court is the general business court in the island and covers a wide range of matters. These include bankruptcy records, naturalisations, deed polls, licensing and professional registrations. Prior to 1797 some criminal cases can be found in this court. There has never been an Admiralty court in Jersey but the Cour du Samedi would sit in such cases if needed. This volume has been indexed by name but to date the volumes are not attached. Please contact the Archive for further details.
Date: January 23rd 1904 - September 9th 1905
Depositions [witness statements] in the case of Philippe Nicolle. Statements are from Walter John Sohier, Police Constable, Charles George Renouf, Frederick Thomas Carter, Centenier of St Helier, Edmund Francis Carrel, Centenier of St Helier, Susannah Scoones, wife of Richards, Charles George Dobin, Philippe Benest, Elizabeth Hacquoil, wife of John Wiles, Mary Ann du Feu, wife of William Seabrook, Andrew Harris, Elizabeth Jane Gottrel, widow of Elias Asplet, Marie Feron, widow of Charles Pittman, Léonie Tavaron, wife of Alfred Portevin, Sydney Herbert Jones, Thomas Louis de Faye, Jane Ann Henry, Charlotte Amelia Le Bourg, James Gray, Philip Claude Cheston, Philippe Vincent, Philip Ellis, John Arthur Balleine, John Le Couteur Arthur, Constable of St Mary, Abraham Le Sueur, James Orlando Leslie, Henry Wheeler, François de Gruchy, Ernest John Mourant, William Bernard Morris, William Thomas Priestwood, William Henry Anthony, Abram Cory, John Frederick Trenchard, Philip Benest, Albert Oldridge, Walter Aldophus de Gruchy, Alfred Swanger, Moses Cory, Eugenie Houillebecq, wife of Joesph Toussains Vétier, George Averty, Francis Marett, Franics Amand Juhel, Jane Labey, widow of Louis Francis Bree, Adelina Rose Petit, wife of Thomas Ross Kent, George Milton, Edwin Grofroy, Elizabeth Pallot, wife of Clément Noel, Alfred Charles Kelling, Mary Ann Grafton, wife of Thomas Eveleigh, Joseph Lambert, John Bisson, Marguérite Noel, wife of Philippe Gaudin, Augustine du Pont, widow of Cousinard, Thomas Marett, William Cobden, John Ollivier Rolland, Julie Cabot, widow of Gilbert, Thomas Mullon, Mathilde Jaudry, wife of Ballin, William H Lloyd, Ellen Lawford, wife of Victor Dagué, George Philip Le Cappelain, Eliza Renouf, wife of William Heulin, Esther Jane Hallman, wife of Daniel Chevalier, Alice Ann de Rendu, wife of Charles Cabot, Ernest Mourant, Emma Martin, Selina Langlois, Mary Cabot, Louisa Trachy, wife of Ed Renouf, Emily Noel, wife of Henry Watts Palmer, Elizabeth du Feu, wife of George Binet, Elizabeth Luce, wife of Thomas Miller, Elizabeth Touzel, wife of Thom Lemprière, Maria Camboué, wife of Le Quelenec, Esther Noel, wife of Renouf, Ann Le Masurier, wife of Fauvel, Elize Laurens, wife of Holmes, Ann Mary Hamelin, wife of Le Rendu, Eliza Buesnel, wife of Le Rendu, John Amy, Eliza Maria Squire, wife of Malzard, Elizabeth Messervy, Nancy Mesny, wife of John Marie, Isabel Vardon, wife of Baudains, Rachel Bisson, wife of Le Masurier, Jane Elizabeth Le Gros, wife of Le Masurier, Elise Vardon, wife of Baudains, Sarah Brown, wife of T de Faye, Marie Louise Bidel, wife of Le Gallois, Jane Mourant, widow of Charles J Le Touzel, Marie Tancé, wife of V Rishreq, Virginie Viot, widow of Felix Bouchéré, Marie Jane Mesny, wife of Ph Marie, Alexandrine Le Maçon, Jane Susanne de Carteret, wife of George Vibert, Elize Malorey, Samuel Medder, Agnes Baker, Mary de Ste Croix, wife of Poingdestre, Charles Gruchy, Mary Ann Alexandre, wife of de Gruchy, Frances Fauvel, wife of Renouf, Edward Slade, William Thomas Farrell, Philippe Crill, Abraham Viel and Théodore Le Gallais, Deputy of St Saviour
Date: February 6th 1896 - February 20th 1896
Bail et Vente between Louisa Falla daughter of Isaac and wife of Theodore Le Gallais of the first party and James Falla son of Isaac of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of the land known as Le Jardin de Bas, le Clos de la Fontaine, and le Clos à Geon, St John, Fief à l'Abbesse de Caen for the sum of £916 4s sterling and 6 cabots of wheat of rente to be paid annually. Also records the assignation from 2 to 1 of 49 quartiers 2 cabots 3½ sixtonniers of wheat of rente to be paid annually Registered: Book 299 folio 232
Date: December 22nd 1888 - December 22nd 1888
Cession et Abandon of Seigneurial Rights between Adolphus Hilgrove Turner Procureur General du Roi and Théodore Le Gallais Receveur General des Revenues de sa Majesté of the first party and Francois Le Brocq Constable and James John Balleine and Jean Du Val Procureurs du Bien Public of the Parish of St Peter of the second party. [Relates to previous contract F/K/L1/38] 1 abandons to 2 in perpetuity all Seigneurial rights due on the land called Le Vieux Jardin for the sum of £3 10s 3d paid as compensation. Registered Livre 333 folio 207
Date: May 4th 1901 - May 4th 1901
Date: September 2nd 1899 - December 5th 1908
Cession between Adolphus Hilgrove Turner, Procureur General and Theodore Le Gallais, Receiver General, both acting in the name of the Queen of the first party and Edward Voisin, Constable of St Lawrence, Pierre Le Riche, Procureur du Bien Public of the second party. Records the ceding from 1 to 2 of all seigneurial rights charged on land purchased by 2 on 03/11/1900. Registeerd Livre 332 folio 139
Date: December 15th 1900 - December 15th 1900
Bill of HM in Council relating to St Mannelier and St Anastase Schools presented to the States of Jersey by Théodore Le Gallais, Deputy of St Saviour
Date: February 18th 1897 - February 18th 1897
Date: March 7th 1883
Bail et Vente between George William Moignard son of John William of the first party and the trustees of a religious society named the Bible Christians, at Beaumont, and the Reverend Alexander Trengove administrator of the said society. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of a certain house and land at Beaumont [for the expansion of a Sunday School] joined in the North to the property of the society in the Parish of St Peter, for a consideration of £200 and the payment of all Seigneurial Rights due on the land and property. Registered Livre 335 folio 107
Date: February 22nd 1902 - February 22nd 1902
Baptism Register for Halkett Place Evangelical Church. Entry for Théodore Le Gallais, son of Jean Le Gallais and Eliza Le Bailly
Date: June 27th 1852
Baptism Register for Halkett Place Independent Chapel. Entry for Théodore Le Gallais, son of Jean Le Gallais
Date: June 20th 1852
Resignation de Chapelles. Resignation of the Chapel , edifices and land at Halkett Place St Helier between Jean Picot and Edmond Le Brun, trustees of the chapel of the first party and Abraham Pallot, Josue Francois Le Bailly, Theodore Le Gallais B.A, Charles Pallot, Henri Jean Le Bailly, Thomas Daniel Le Quesne Junior, John Elie Renaut and Edmond Le Brun the Faithful Commissioners of the second party. The Resignation of the chapel is from one to two.
Date: January 27th 1877 - January 27th 1877
Bail Renovélé. Renewal of lease for a shop called Elgin Stores, occupied by Francois Dorey and forms part of Cattle Street (No. 10), in St Helier and is leased for £40 annually, to be paid in four equal installments between Abraham Pallot, Josué Francois Le Bailly, Theodore Le Gallais, Charles Pallot, Henri Jean Le Bailly, Thomas Daniel Le Quense Junior, Jean Elie Renaut and Edmund Le Brun trustees and faithful commissioners for Halkett Place Church of the first party and E. Pirouet of the second party. The renewal of the lease is from one to two.
Date: December 22nd 1909 - December 22nd 1909