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Contract relating to the divisions of the portions of the inheritance and goods of Jean Le Sueur between Jean Le Sueur, Philippe Le Sueur, Charles Le Sueur and Elizabeth Le Sueur.
Date: April 16th 1838 - April 16th 1838
Bail de Partage between Philippe Le Sueur and Elizabeth Le Sueur, wife of Charles Le Sueur, children of the late Jean Le Sueur and his wife Elizabeth Neel, of the first party and Jean Le Sueur of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of 23 quartiers, 1 cabot and 2 sixtonnier of wheat of rente - for the sum of 56 pounds sterling. Registered: Book 188 , Folio 154
Date: September 20th 1845 - September 20th 1845
Administration des Biens. Charles Le Sueur, George Clement Beauchamp, George Le Sueur, Philipe Le Sueur, George Romeril, William John Ogier and John Le Sueur are to choose an administrator for Frank de Ste Croix and Mary Le Sueur, daughter of Philippe, his wife, currently absent from the island. John Le Sueur is chosen as administrator. Registered: Procurations Book 41, Folio 87
Date: February 22nd 1879 - February 22nd 1879
Receipts of money paid by Jean Le Sueur, to Charles Le Sueur, brother-in-law, and Philippe Le Sueur, his brother.
Date: February 25th 1845 - January 29th 1847
Accord between Marion Hue Le Sueur daughter of Charles and wife of Adolphus John Bauche Arthur of the first party and Charles Walter Duret Aubin Procureur General of the King and and Hedley Le Riche Edwards Greffier of the States of Jersey of the second party. Relates to a Vente de Rente from 1 to 2 of a property named Le Catel for a consideration of £500 and the payment of all Seigneurial rights and rentes due on the land. Also includes a document dated 1908 which relates to same piece of land
Date: January 27th 1928 - January 27th 1928
Bail à fin d'héritage between Jean Gallichan, curateur of Molly Le Sueur, daughter of Charles of the first party and Philippe Le Boutillier, son of Elie of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a field in the Fief de Diélament, Trinity for the sum of 9 quartiers, 1 cabot of wheat rente. Registered: Livre 212, Folio 23.
Date: January 7th 1855 - January 7th 1855
Bail à Termage of Le Monniere to Daniel Pellier, Philippe Renouf and Moyse Picot, Masse du Sud to Daniel Pellier, Philippe Renouf and Jean Le Sueur, Champs de Cabot to Daniel Pellier and Philippe Renouf, Cinq Champs to Daniel Pellier, Philippe Renouf and Charles Le Sueur and Parcq Blampied to Daniel Pellier, Philippe Renouf and Jean Picot
Date: October 23rd 1797 - October 23rd 1797
Date: August 2nd 1916 - April 3rd 1940
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
Date: 1814 - 1847
Assignation de Rente between Adelize Mary du Val daughter of Jean and wife of Charles Le Sueur separated as to property of the first party and Charles Chevalier son of Charles of the second party. Recites that 1 owes 2 the sum of 1 quartier of wheat of rente due on the sale of the house and land of Henry James Berry and records the assignation of a parallel sum of rente to settle the debt: Registered Livre 293 folio 151
Rembours de rente between Charles Le Sueur who has acquired 10 quartiers of wheat of rente from the heritage of Jeanne Le Feuvre daughter of Jean and Jean Baptiste Le Cappelain her husband by contract dated 17th of January 1801 of the first party and Jean Mourant son of Jean who claims retrait lignager of the second party. 2 takes possession and reimburses 1 for the full value of the said rente: Registered Livre 93 folio 60
Date: September 1st 1801 - September 1st 1801
Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 4- RG13/5315. St John - Part of District 1 - The North of the Douet Vingtaine extending from the bye Road leading to La 'Perruque' Quarry on the East to St Mary on the West, and from the Main Road leading from the Church to St Mary's on the South, to Le Mourier and Sorel on the North. St John - District 2 - The South of the Douet Vingtaine extending from the main road which leads from St Lawrence to the Church on the East, to St Mary's on the West, and from and including the main road leading from the Church to St Mary's on the North to St Mary's and St Lawrence on the South. In this district are also included Mr John Le C Arthur's two houses, one in the 'Rue d'Infer' and the other in the 'Rue du Cerf', and Mr Charles Le Sueur's house in the 'Rue es Abbayes', these three houses are to the north of the St Mary's main road. The Hougue Boete, The Old Manor and 'Les Buttes' are in this district. St John - District 3 - The West of the North Vingtaine [Vingtaine du Nord?] extending from the Main Road leading from St Lawrence to the Church, and the bye road from the Church to La Perruque quarry, on the West to Frémont Road [La Route de Frémont?], La Rue de la Porte, Les Courts Champs [La Rue des Courts Camps ?] and La Rue du Pont, on the East and from 'La Perruque' and 'Fremont' on the North to St Lawrence, to the South in this district are 'Les Frères Chapel', the village near Church and Villa Guyon. St John - District 4 - The East of the North Vingtaine [Nord ?] extending from Bonne Nuit on the North to the main road leading from La Haute Croix to the cross roads West of Mr Philip Neels house on the South, and from Trinity on the East to the Rue des Courts Champs [La Rue des Courts Camps ?], Mont Mado Road, the Rue de la Porte and the old Bonne Nuit Hill on the West. The Mont Mado quarries, 'Les Prairies' and 'Cross Cottage' are in this district. St John - District 5 - The North of Herupe Vingtaine extending from the main road leading from La Haute Croix to the cross roads West of Mr Philip Neel's house on the North to the road leading from the China Quarries to Hérupe main road near to and including Mr Philip W Picot's house on the South and from Trinity on the East to 'La Profonde Rue' and 'La Rue du Pont' on the West. St John - District 6 - The South of Herupe Vingtaine from Mr Philip W Picot's house on the North to St Helier on the South, and from Trinity on the East to St Lawrence on the West. Sion Chapel, the Congregational Church and the Eglise Evangelique are in this district.
Date: 1901 - 1901