Marriage Register for St Saviour's Church - entry for Philip Le Gresley, 26 and Elise Le Cornu, 38

Reference: G/C/09/A3/9/756

Date: July 22nd 1867

Baptism Register of St James Church of England Church. Baptism entry for May Le Gresley, daughter of Philip Le Gresley and Margaret Le Gresley, née Halliday

Reference: G/C/10/A3/1/89

Date: May 29th 1881

Baptism Register for the Parish Church of St Mary. Entry for Philip George Le Gresley, son of Philip Le Gresley and Eva Elizabeth Jane Le Sauvage

Reference: G/C/13/A2/2/1110

Date: September 19th 1909

Baptism Register for the Parish Church of St Mary. Entry for Philip Le Gresley, son of Philip and Jane Le Gresley

Reference: G/C/13/A2/2/129

Date: October 29th 1854

Baptism Register for the Parish Church of St Mary. Entry for John Le Gresley, son of Philip and Jane Le Gresley

Reference: G/C/13/A2/2/373

Date: June 17th 1866

Baptism Register for the Parish Church of St Mary. Entry for Francis Le Gresley, son of Philip and Jane Le Gresley

Reference: G/C/13/A2/2/429

Date: December 20th 1868

Baptism Register for the Parish Church of St Mary. Entry for George Le Gresley, son of Philip and Jane Le Gresley

Reference: G/C/13/A2/2/509

Date: March 16th 1873

Baptism Register for the Parish Church of St Mary. Entry for Philip Le Gresley, son of Philip Le Gresley and Eliza Marguerite Coutanche

Reference: G/C/13/A2/2/628

Date: May 30th 1879

All Saint's Church Baptism Register - entry for Ada Mary Le Gresley, daughter of Philip Le Gresley and Margaret Le Gresley

Reference: G/C/16/A1/1/85

Date: January 24th 1875

Marriage Register of St Martin's Church - entry for Philip Le Gresley, 24 and Ada Mary Falle, 24

Reference: G/C/17/A3/5/205

Date: June 22nd 1897

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property, its situation and the construction materials. The details of the insurer and their trade or possessions are listed and often the names of tenants of the property are given. Consult the index to obtain date/page of the entry and then view entries in the relevant PDF of the volume.

Reference: L/A/20/A/3

Date: June 25th 1838 - March 7th 1842

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property and its situation, the sum insured, present payments including premium and duty, and number of policy [indexed by name and address]

Reference: L/A/20/A/5

Date: November 16th 1846 - October 5th 1850

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property and its situation, the sum insured, present payments including premium and duty, and number of policy [indexed by name and address]

Reference: L/A/20/A/6

Date: October 15th 1850 - December 12th 1855

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property and its situation, the sum insured, present payments including premium and duty, and number of policy [indexed by name],

Reference: L/A/20/A/9

Date: September 28th 1867 - March 3rd 1875

Croad and Sons Funeral Director -Livre de Remarques [Indexed]. Includes burial number, name of person buried, relatives, age, date of death, address, date and place of burial.To find the name you are interested in please look at the index and then open the pdf with the relevant page number.

Reference: L/A/41/B1/8

Date: January 4th 1915 - December 30th 1920

J B Le Quesne Funeral Director Account Ledger. Includes some details of the person being buried and the funeral expenses. To find the name you are interested in please look at the index PDF document to find the name and then open the PDF with the relevant page/entry number.

Reference: L/A/41/D1/3

Date: January 4th 1924 - June 30th 1931

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

Petition of Philip Le Gresley sentenced to 7 years transportation for attempted murder of John Bosdet with rejection of the petition by the Home Secretary

Reference: L/F/76/B/14

Date: April 19th 1860 - April 19th 1860

Compilation of five separate sound recordings concerning tradtional Jersey customs. All share the same narrator except 4. Both narrators are unidentified. 1. Clameur de Haro. Includes: linguistic and historical origins; effects (similar to an injunction); examples of modern use including a case involving a tree felling at Royal Crescent. 2. Jersey Patois. Includes: origins of Jérriais in popular Latin and Norman French; changes in language including replacement by English; differences between French and Jérriais and the evolution of the two languages. 3. Perquage. Includes: remaining perquage path from Sandy Brook to Beaumont; origins - sanctuary and exile of criminals; origin of word in 'perche' - old French unit of measurement. 4. Cabbage Walking Sticks. Includes: planting of cabbages; 'wintergreens' (shoots of cabbage plants); uniqueness of Jersey Cabbages, possibly because of the soil or climate; describes method of making walking sticks; narrator has been making walking sticks for 12 - 14 years; talks about his work, also makes cabinets and does wood turning; mentions kinds of wood and tools used; loves his work. 5. Sabots. Includes: description of sabots (traditional wooden shoes/clogs); mentions Philip Le Gresley, master craftsman, and his son, who makes them in his workshop at L'Etacq (Philip Le Gresley also restored the carved interior at St Ouen's manor after the German occupation); sabots mainly exported to France; machinery and wood used; usually bought by farmers as they are more convenient than wellingtons and warm in winter; describes how they are made.

Reference: R/03/A/19

Date: 1970 - 1970

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