Rectification of a contract between Jean Le Quesne son of Richard of the first party and Noé Arthur, Jean Baudains, Josué Le Sueur,Pierre Gruchy, Philippe Gruchy son of Philippe, Philippe Le Ruez, Elie Josué Simon, Jean de Gruchy, and Richard Le Quesne son of Richard trustees of a certain chapel known as Les Freres established in the parish of St John, and Philippe Tourgis son of Jean, and Daniel Robin son of Nicolas preachers named by the Methodist Conference of the second party. Rectifies 2 errors in a previous contract dated 19/05/1821. Registered Livre 155 folio 248

Reference: J/C/Z/L/3

Date: May 18th 1833 - May 18th 1833

St John's Independent Church baptism register- entry for Emma Sophia Le Quesne, daughter of Richard Le Quesne and Elisa Le Couteur

Reference: J/G/1/A/A/3/102

Date: February 5th 1861

St John's Independent Church baptism register - entry for James Henry Le Quesne, son of Richard Le Quesne and Eliza Le Couteur, baptised at home

Reference: J/G/1/A/A/3/122

Date: November 28th 1866

St John's Independent Church baptism register - entry for James Henry Le Quesne, son of Richard Le Quesne and Eliza Le Couteur, baptised at home

Reference: J/G/1/A/A/3/136

Date: November 28th 1866

St John's Independent Church baptism register- entry for Emma Le Quesne, son of Richard Le Quesne and Eliza Le Couteur

Reference: J/G/1/A/A/3/54

Date: November 26th 1851

St John's Independent Church baptism register- entry for Maria Le Quesne, daughter of Richard Le Quesne and Eliza Le Couteur

Reference: J/G/1/A/A/3/82

Date: May 8th 1853

Copy of a Resignation between George Le Gros, Edouard Sullivan and Jean Le Gros trustees of the first party and Philippe Nicolle, George Picot, Philippe Picot, Henri Coutanche, Jean Coutanche, Richard Le Quesne, Philippe Hamon, and Jean Pallot the new trustees of the second party. Records the resignation of the Independent Reform Church of St John from 1 to 2.

Reference: J/G/1/D/X/1

Date: April 23rd 1853 - April 23rd 1853

Bail Cession et Donation between Philippe Picot of the first party and Philippe Nicolle, George Picot, Philippe Picot, Henri Coutanche, Jean Coutanche, Richard Le Quesne, Philippe Hamon, and Jean Pallot trustees of the Independent Reform Church of St John of the second party. Records the donation from 1 to 2 of a house joined on the west by the land of the Independent Chapel, St John, Fief de Surville to remain the property of the Independent Church and to be used as a house for the pastor. Registered Book 208 folio 122

Reference: J/G/1/D/X/2

Date: June 11th 1853 - June 11th 1853

Donation de Rente between Elizabeth Coutanche daughter of Henry of the first party and Philippe Nicolle, George Picot, Henry Coutanche, Jean Coutanche, and Richard Le Quesne five of the trustees of the Independent Chapel of St John of the second party. Records the donation from 1 to 2 of 6 quartiers of wheat of rente. Registered Book 229 folio 58

Reference: J/G/1/D/X/3

Date: March 28th 1863 - March 28th 1863

Resignation between Philippe Picot, Henry Coutanche, and Richard Le Quesne trustee of the Independent Chapel of St John of the first party and Jean Coutanche, Hélier Vibert, Heber Picot, George François Baudains, Frederick Esnouf, Philippe Walter Picot, John Le Sueur, and John Elie Le Boutillier, the new trustees of the Independent Chapel of St John. Records the resignation from 1 to 2 of the Independent Chapel and land, a house and land donated by Philippe Picot in 1853, and 6 quartiers of wheat of rente donated by Elizabeth Coutanche in 1863. Registered Book 309 folio 122

Reference: J/G/1/D/X/4

Date: August 27th 1892 - August 27th 1892

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 entry number.

Reference: L/A/41/B1/5

Date: May 5th 1896 - March 4th 1902

Images of Advocate David Fisher Le Quesne, who had been sworn in as a new advocate of the Royal Court, with his family from left Andrew Le Quesne, Advocate David Le Quesne, his mother Mrs Le Quesne, his father Deputy Sir Martin Le Quesne, and Richard Le Quesne [image A-E] and Advocate Le Quesne looking at law books [image F-J] [from JEP 22/08/1980 p 3].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/5099

Date: August 21st 1980 - August 21st 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5099

Account of Philip Le Gros with Richard Le Quesne for grinding and providing flour

Reference: L/C/112/B11/5

Date: January 1st 1827 - November 1st 1827

Vente de Rente between Jean Vibert, Administrator for Nicolas Arthur, of the first party and Reverend George Ballaine of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 20 quartiers, 6 cabots and 2 sixtonniers of wheat of rente for the sum of £5405.16s.10d. Registered: Livre 142, Folio 193.

Reference: L/C/112/H10/18

Date: December 9th 1826 - December 9th 1826

Assignation de Rente between Reverend George Du Heaume of the first party and Reverend George Ballaine of the second party. Records the assignation from 1 to 2 of 4 quartiers and 4 cabots of wheat of rente to be paid annually. Registered: Book 158, Folio 189.

Reference: L/C/112/H10/24

Date: May 3rd 1834 - May 3rd 1834

Obligation between Jean Hocquard, son and principal heir of Abraham Hocquard and François Godfray, Treasurer of the States of the first party and Marie de Ste Croix and Richard Le Quesne, Tuteur of Elizabeth de Ste Croix and Susanne de Ste Croix of the second party. Records that 2 has borrowed 1066 Livres, 13s, 4d argent from 1.

Reference: L/C/119/A2/16

Date: October 30th 1824 - October 30th 1824

Bail a fin d'héritage between Jean Le Quesne son of Richard of the first party and Philippe Le Maignan of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a house and land in the Fief d'Orville, St John for the sum of 8½ quartiers of wheat rente. Registered: May 1633.

Reference: L/C/119/A4/10

Date: April 27th 1633 - April 27th 1633

Probate and copy of the will of the late Maria Ann Picot, including a detailed description of bequests due on the estate. Maria Ann Picot daughter of George of Ivy Gate in the Parish of St John leaves the following legacies, to the London Missionary Society of New Bridge Street E.C. the sum of £900, to the British and Foreign Bible Society Queen Victoria Street London EC £700, to the British and Foreign Society to the Jews 9, Great James Street Bedford Row London WC £400, to the London Congregational Union of Memorial Hall Farringdon Street... in aid of the Outcast Fund £500, to the Société Evangelique de France of which Emile Bertrand is at present one of the directors £100, to the Treasurer of the Independent or Congregational Church Herupe St John's for the support of the Ministry £100. Bequests of money and personal effects are left to members of the family, to Dorothy Picot daughter of Philip Walter Picot, Alice Gertrude and Theodora Picot daughters of Henry Picot, Laura Vibert daughter of Helier, Annette Le Sueur daughter of John of La Mare Trinity, the sum of £100. To the children of her cousin Walter Falla £150, Emma Sophia Le Quesne daughter of Richard £150 and a piece of furniture, to Elenore Thérin and Melanie Thérin daughters of Louis £25 and a piece of furniture each, Gaspard Picot son of Heber, Alice and Gertrude Picot, Thomas Falla Le Pelley [of Guernsey], Anna Harriet Le Pelley, Anne Harriet Falla, Louise Le Sueur daughter of John, Harriet Picot daughter of John, Adeline Vibert wife of Charles Clement Le Quesne, Eva Vibert daughter of Helier, Mary Picot daughter of Philip Walter Picot, Herbert Falla, Henry Falla, Laura Falla, Helen Falla, the children of her late uncles Isaac and Thomas Falla, all receive household items of furniture, silverware, paintings or Jewellery. Each executor is to receive £100. A third of the residual estate is to bequeathed to her cousin Philip Picot of Les Ormes, a further third is left to Julia Picot daughter of Uncle Charles Picot, and the final third is bequeathed to Sophia Jane Neel wife of John Le Sueur. Philip Walter Picot and Herbert Falla are named as joint executors.Dated 30/05/1906

Reference: L/C/125/C35/2

Date: February 29th 1908 - February 29th 1908

Vente de rente between Jean Le Quesne son of Richard of the first party and Edouard Vautier son of Edouard of the second party, records thesale from 1 to 2 of 6 quartiers of wheat of rente annually for the sum of £92 6s : Registered Livre 257 folio 284

Reference: L/C/374/A1/6

Date: October 22nd 1873 - October 22nd 1873

Note to Jean Pipon calling him as a witness in an action between Richard Le Quesne and Pierre Perrot and Pierre Chevalier

Reference: L/C/65/A1/8

Date: October 2nd 1817 - October 2nd 1817

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