Digital copy of Exhibit TLS1: Westaway Trust (Jersey) Law 1930 [Jersey Law 3/1930]. Signed by Peter Falla. Taken from Jersey Law on 28 July 2014. Used by Anthony Giles Le Sueur in his witness statement to the Inquiry dated 28 July 2014 [C/D/AW6/B/EE000038].

Reference: C/D/AW6/B/EE000039

Date: January 15th 1930 - January 15th 1930

Volume of Annual Returns from individual island schools. The names of theattending children are recorded along with attendance summaries, inspectors reports, accounts, examination results and the names of teachers and pupil teachers. This volume has been indexed by name of person mentioned. The volume can be viewed at the Archive to access extra detail.

Reference: D/J/A/14

Date: 1889 - 1889

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/E1/23

Date: June 14th 1666 - October 21st 1669

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/F1/228

Date: December 2nd 1912 - October 17th 1914

Index to the criminal section of the Royal Court called the Poursuites Criminelles. Click on the attached index to view names, volume number and page number of the relevant case or cases. Consult D/Y /G1 volumes for case details. If the required volume has not been digitised please contact the Archive. Le, de and du names are all indexed under the second part of the name (Le Brun will be in the B section of the index)

Reference: D/Y/G2/2

Date: 1812 - 1834

Index to the criminal section of the Royal Court called the Poursuites Criminelles - includes an index of inquests in the back of book. Click to view names, volume number and page number of the relevant case. Consult D/Y /G1 volumes for case details. Le, de and du names are all indexed under the second part of the name (Le Brun will be in the B section of the index)

Reference: D/Y/G2/3

Date: August 6th 1834 - April 11th 1880

Depositions [witness statements] in the case of George Le Feuvre, Elizabeth Le Feuvre, Edouard Vautier, Mary Ann Le Feuvre, wife of Edouard Vautier, John Le Marquand, Jane Emelia Le Feuvre, wife of John Le Marquand. Statements are from Betsey Le Ruez, wife of Edouard Vibert, Anne Le Cornu, wife of Philippe Mauger, Mary Ann Le Cornu, Susanne Hacquoil, Philippe Le Brocq, Jean Vautier, John Slous, Edouard Le Blancq, Philippe Valpy La Font, Elie Le Boutillier, Gustave Thorel, John Voisin, Edouard Le Feuvre, Nancy Le Marquand, John Bailhache Hacquoil, Philippe Le Feuvre, Edouard du Heaume, James Prouings, Jean Le Feuvre, James Remon, Joseph Arthur, Nancy Perrée, wife of Charles Le Cornu, Gervaise Le Gros, Philippe John Brée, Thomas Dorey, John Francis Giffard, Eugène Bouillon, George Gaudin, George Le Boutillier, John Syvret, Pierre Barbenson Mourant, Elie Le Cornu, Mary Acourt, wife of Jean Le Cornu, Charles Le Quesne, John Arthur Junior, John Amy, Abraham Vibert, Pierre Le Gresley, Jean Le Masurier, William Henry Venables Vernon and Philippe John Huelin.

Reference: D/Y/G3/23

Date: March 18th 1887 - August 3rd 1887

Marriage Register of St Saviour's Church - entry for James Remon, 24 and Jane Amy, 25

Reference: G/C/09/A3/6/416

Date: April 13th 1856

Vente de Rente between John Coutanche procureur of Mary Ann Mansell Bailhache daughter of Frederick Arnold of the first party and James Remon, Charles Nicolle, Philippe Ahier, Elie Bree, Charles Gallie,George Messervy and Charles Barrot Trustees of a certain piece of land in the Parish of St. Lawrence on the Fief de Grainville and the Reverend William Nicolle Minister of the Society of Wesleyan Methodists of the third party. Records the sale for the use of the Society of Wesleyan Methodists of the sum of 3 quartiers 4 cabots of wheat of rente £196 5s. Registered Livre 259 folio12

Reference: J/C/AF/J/3

Date: January 16th 1875 - January 16th 1875

Vente de Rente between Philippe Gosset son of Isaac Hilgrove of the first party and Elie Neel and Elie Neel [son of Elie] Elie Bree, James Remon, Charles Gallie, Charles Hamon, John Edwin Peter Davey, William James Balsom, James Peter Finnie, George Eddy and John Francis Giffard trustees for the Jersey English Wesleyan Methodist Society of the second party and the Reverend Richard Hardy representing the Conference of Wesleyan Methodists of the third party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 25 quartiers 6 cabots of wheat of rente for the sum of £437 15s. Registered Livre 240 folio 77

Reference: J/C/AJ/D/3

Date: February 22nd 1868 - February 22nd 1868

Bail Hereditaire [lease] between Philippe Bailhache son of Jean of the first party and Elie Neel and Elie Neel [son of Elie] Elie Bree, James Remon, Charles Gallie, Charles Hamon, John Edwin Peter Davey, William James Balsom, James Peter Finnie, George Eddy and John Francis Giffard trustees for the Jersey English Wesleyan Methodist Society of the second party and the Reverend Richard Hardy representing the Conference of Wesleyan Methodists of the third party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 with the assent of 3 of of certain properties and shops for the sum of 40 quartiers of wheat of rente annually. Registered Livre 241 folio 77

Reference: J/C/AJ/D/4

Date: February 22nd 1868 - February 22nd 1868

Resignation of the school and property belonging to Wesley Street Methodist Chapel. Charles Hamon, James Poller, John Edwin Peter Davey, Philippe Le Sueur, James Joslin Dupré, William Lee, William Symonds Dart, Frederick Jean, Jean Rougier le Poidevin trustees of the Jersey English Wesleyan Methodist Society together with George Luce ,Stephen John Bragg, Philippe de Ste Croix and William John Smith now deceased and William Henry Sutcliffe who is absent from the island of the first party, and Charles Hamon, James Poller, John Edwin Peter Davey, James Joslin Dupré, Frederick Jean, William Symonds Dart, William Lee, George Thomas Bryant, Paul Louis Guiton, Walter Eveleigh Colebrook, James Remon, Charles Edwin Davey, William Valpy Gaudin, Alfred Gulliver, John William Dupré, James Henry Dart Poller and Josué Frederick Le Blanc trustees of the second party and the Reverend John James Brown Minister and Superintendant of the said association representing the Wesleyan Methodist Conference of the third party. Records the resignation by 1 to 2 their successors as trustees of the Wesleyan Chapel, Chapel School and property at 9 and 1 Ann Street. Registered Livre 327 folio 108

Reference: J/C/AN/L/23

Date: December 3rd 1898 - December 3rd 1898

Baptism Register for the French Circuit - entry for James Amy Remon, son of James Remon and Jane Amy

Reference: J/C/D/B/2/482

Date: June 17th 1858

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