Extracts from the court rolls of the Fief Haubert and the Seigneurie of St Ouen relating to rentes, properties and judgements. Also includes: Order for tenants to bring details of their lands, duties, services and rentes to the next seigneurial court, 1670. Orders forbidding rights of passage across seigneurial land, the cutting of willows or plants, the drying or vraic and the allowing of boats on the pond, 1699. Judgement against Jean and Mathieu Le Rossignol for selling drink wihtout a licence, 1701. Rentes to be paid to Lady Anne Dumaresq, 1703

Reference: D/AL/A/1/3

Date: 1610 - 1703

Jersey General Hospital Admission Register, 1855 - 1863. This register gives details of the person admitted, including date of entry, name, age, place of birth and cause of entry. The volume has been transcribed and can be viewed as a pdf by subscribers. (Please note all of the entries for D/AN/B11/2 are also in this register, so it has not been transcribed). Click on volume description to access the pdf.

Reference: D/AN/B11/3

Date: October 1st 1855 - December 1st 1863

Testament of Jean Le Rossignol son of Francois of St Ouen. Dated 30/09/1815. Desires to be buried in St Ouen's Cemetery. Bequeaths to the poor of St Ouen, 20 shillings sterling

Reference: D/Y/A/18/154

Date: February 17th 1816 - February 17th 1816

Testament of Jean Le Rossignol of St Mary. Dated 05/04/1823. Desires to be buried in St Mary's cemetery. Bequeaths to the poor of St Mary, £4 of the order of the King.

Reference: D/Y/A/21/6

Date: February 20th 1828 - February 20th 1828

Testament of Anne Carrel of St Peter, widow of Jean Le Rossignol. Dated 26/12/1835. Desires to be buried in St Peter's Cemetery. Bequeaths to the poor of St Peter, 6 livres of old French currency.

Reference: D/Y/A/23/84

Date: February 27th 1836 - February 27th 1836

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/22

Date: October 18th 1660 - January 31st 1665

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/26

Date: May 27th 1678 - May 27th 1680

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/30

Date: October 25th 1694 - May 25th 1699

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/31

Date: May 23rd 1700 - December 21st 1710

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/32

Date: May 17th 1711 - October 19th 1721

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/33

Date: October 19th 1721 - October 15th 1728

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/36

Date: May 13th 1746 - October 10th 1752

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/37

Date: May 15th 1753 - May 15th 1764

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/38

Date: May 15th 1764 - October 11th 1774

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/40

Date: May 27th 1788 - May 21st 1799

Cour du Cattel Register. One of the divisions of the Royal Court in which the Bailiff sat with three jurats it was the court of appeal from the seigneural courts and also dealt with some criminal cases prior to 1797. Post 1797 criminal cases were heard in the newly created Poursuite Criminelles [D/Y/G1]. This court was abolished in 1862. This volume has been digitised and indexed. The index and the volume can be viewed by clicking on the attached PDF records.

Reference: D/Y/E1/41

Date: October 15th 1799 - October 10th 1815

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.

Reference: D/Y/F1/223

Date: January 23rd 1904 - September 9th 1905

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 records are not able to be accessed online.

Reference: D/Y/F1/226

Date: January 9th 1909 - December 31st 1910

Register of décrets includes lists of creditors and acquisitors of bankrupt individuals, gives history of their financial debts. Livre 41 (index)

Reference: D/Y/F3/41

Date: 1852 - 1854

Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Jean Alexandre, Jean de Ste Croix, Philippe Sohier, Jean Le Rossignol, Louis Le Preveu and Jean Cabot for placing pillars outside of their houses on la Rue des Sablons, St Helier

Reference: D/Y/G1/1/21

Date: September 19th 1797 - November 28th 1799

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