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Bail à Termage of land belonging to Philippe Carteret son and principal heir of Philippe Carteret, Seigneur of Trinity. Pré du Moulin de Haut to Jean de Gruchy and Philippe Mattingley and Pré de Billot to Francois Le Sueur, Jean Le Gros, Nicolas Le Quesne, Philippe Renouf and Jean Renouf
Date: September 24th 1799 - September 24th 1799
Partage des Héritages between Marie Le Pedevin dit Le Roux widow of the late David Deslande, tutrice of their children who are principal heirs to the succession of Elizabeth Deslande daughter of Daniel Deslande with Jean Renouf procureur of Sara Deslande, his mother, daughter of Thomas Deslande, Josue Deslande son of Mathieu and Josue Deslande son of Jean - also heirs of Elizabeth Deslande. Records the partition of the héritage of Elizabeth Deslande.
Date: April 22nd 1704
Assignation de Rente between Jean Le Coûteur son and principal heir of the late Jean Le Couteur son of Jean son of Philippe of the first party and Jean Renouf son and principal heir of the late Jean Renouf son of Jean and Elizabeth Renaut his wife one of the younger daughters of the late Aaron Renaut senior of the second party. Recites that 1 owes 2 5 livres of rente. Records the assignation from 1 to 2 of the same sum of rente. Registered Livre 62 folio 136
Date: August 19th 1780 - August 19th 1780
Accord between Jean Renouf and Marie Mallet of the first party and George Picot procureur of Jean Picot son of Philippe of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a house and land in Grouville, Fief du Roi and La Mielle par le Côté du Sud de la Chariere, St Martin, Fief Evrat ou Lempriere for the sum of 2 quartiers of wheat of rente.
Date: September 20th 1832 - September 20th 1832
Book belonging to Jean Renouf containing details on the militia and rules for the militia. Also contains notes on the Battle of Jersey, the appearances of French and English Fleets in Channel Islands waters, the declaration of war on France in 1756 the declaration of war on Spain in 1765 and the declaration of George II as King.
Date: 1744 - 1781
Assignation de rente between Reverend Edouard Luce, procureur of François Edouard Luce, son of François Edouard, his brother of the first party and Adèle Renouf, daughter of Jean and wife of William Dupré Le Vavasseur dit Durell represented by procureur Philippe Le Feuvre junior of the second party. Records the assignation from 1 to 2 of 6 quartiers, 2 cabots, 5 sixtonniers of wheat rente. Registered: Livre 287, Folio 90.
Date: October 25th 1884
Vendition de Rentes between Thomas Pipon, son of Thomas of the first party and Mr Jean Renouf, son of Jean of the second party. Records the sale of the rente of 3 quartiers of wheat to be paid annually on the feast of St Michael from one to two. The rente to be paid by Mr Thomas Giffard for the sum of 950 pounds. Seal of Bailliwick of Jersey.
Date: March 4th 1791 - March 4th 1791
Assignation de Rente between Mr William Du Heame, son of William of the first party and Esther Renouf, daughter of Jean and wife of Philippe Bigrel of the second party. Records the assignation of the rente from one to two. The rente is of 1 quartier, 3 cabots of wheat annually is to be paid by William Du Heaume (Ecuier) to the second party.
Date: August 21st 1844 - August 21st 1844
Rembours de rente between Jean Renouf son of Edmond acquirer of part of the heritage of Jean Seale via a procureur on the 26th of January 1751 of the first party and Amice Marett procureur who claims Retrait Lignager in the cause of Philippe Le Feuvre dit Filllaistre foncier of the said rente who protests negligence fraud and collusion of the second party. 2 takes posession and is required to make reparation to 1 for the value of said rente: Registered Livre 43 folio 149
Date: August 22nd 1751 - August 22nd 1751
Vente de Rente between Pierre Renouf son of Jean of the first party and Francois Balleine tuteur of Elizabeth Le Gros daughter of Philippe of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 1 quartier of wheat of rente annually for the sum of 240 livres: Registered Livre 137 folio 126
Date: December 13th 1823 - December 13th 1823
Bail de Partages between Jean Mourant George Mourant Jeanne Mourant wife of Jean Renouf, Anne Mourant wife of Philippe Bertaut, the said husbands are authorisees of their wives, and Jean Langlois tuteur of Marie Mourant and Elizabeth Mourant. The said Jean George Jeanne Anne Marie and Elizabeth Mourant are children of Jean Mourant and the late Jeanne Dallain his wife who is younger daughter of the late Gedeon Dallain and the late Catherine Le Montais wis wife of the first party and Abraham Le Gros son of Abraham of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of 5 vergees 22 perches 2 pieds of land situated on the Clos Cousin in the Fief du Roi in the parish of St Lawrence for the sum of 11 quartiers 4 cabots 3 sixtonniers of wheat of rente annually: Registered Livre136 folio 117
Date: February 7th 1824 - February 7th 1824
Partage Jean Mourant older son of Jean Mourant and the late Jeanne Dallain his wife older daughter of the late Gedeon Dallain and the late Catherine Le Montais his wife, the said Jean Mourant is principle heir to the said Jeanne Dallain his mother of the first party and George Mourant Jeanne Mourant wife of Jean Renouf, Anne Mourant wife of Philippe Bertout, Marie Mourant and Jean Langlois tuteur of Elizabeth Mourant, the said George Mourant and the said Jeanne Anne Marie and Elizabeth Mourant are younger children of Jean Mourant and the late Jeanne Dallain his wife of the second party. All parties receive rentes: Registered Livre137 folio 139
Date: April 3rd 1824 - April 3rd 1824