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

Testament of John de la Taste, St Helier. Dated 9 February 1894.

Reference: D/Y/A/61/71

Date: August 14th 1902 - August 14th 1902

Testament of Mary Ann Pellier, Norfolk Lodge, Rouge Bouillon, widow of John de la Taste. Dated 8 December 1902.

Reference: D/Y/A/74/129

Date: November 8th 1915 - November 8th 1915

Depositions (witness statements) in the case against George Hicks, accused of theft. Statements are from Edmund Toulmin Nicolle, Centenier of St Helier, Ernest Charles Ferris, Police Officer, Clement Metivier, John de la Taste, Mary Ann Pellier, wife of John de la Taste, Thomas Legge and Jane Payn.

Reference: D/Y/G3/59

Date: November 18th 1896 - November 19th 1896

Petition signed by the rate paying inhabitants of St Helier, regarding the will of Mary Bartlett and the building of the General Hospital originally destined for St Aubin. Mary Bartlett left the sum of 50,000 livres, 10,000 for the building of the hospital and 40,000 for the maintainence of the building and for the care of the inmates. A suitable piece of ground could not be obtained in St Aubin and a piece of land in St Helier was offered by Philip Bandinell Seigneur of the Fief de Meleches, this was covenanted and accepted by James Pipon the surviving executor of the original testament. On the 31st of May 1750 His Majesties Lord Justices ordered that the said hospital was to be built on the land given by the said Philip Bandinell in St Helier not in St Aubins as in the original bequest. The current petition relates to the fact that the hospital was originally built for the poor of the island regardless of parish and that funds have been set up to provide for the inhabitants including several generous bequests. The petition states that the building has so far been used to house four divisions of a detachment of the first regiment and that no offices have yet been built or the ground enclosed, and that of the original sum of 10,000 livres bequeathed by Mrs Bartlett for the building, 40,000 livres have been expended. The petition states that the states of the said island instead of making said hospital a place for all the poor of the island [which has been expected for 30 years], declared that the hospital will house no more than 22 people. Each parish will send a number of persons depending of the amount of rates that they contribute to the island. The petitioners wish to express the view that they should not have to support the widows and orphans of soldiers who have come to the island and the hospital should be made general for the whole native poor of the island as Mary Bartlett had intended.

Reference: F/E/N1/1

Date: 1770 - 1770

Marriage Register of St Clement Church - entry for John de la Taste, 31 and Mary Ann Pellier, 20

Reference: G/C/07/A3/2/115

Date: July 30th 1849

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property and its situation, the sum insured, present payments including premium and duty, and number of policy [indexed by name and address]

Reference: L/A/20/A/5

Date: November 16th 1846 - October 5th 1850

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property and its situation, the sum insured, present payments including premium and duty, and number of policy [indexed by name and address]

Reference: L/A/20/A/6

Date: October 15th 1850 - December 12th 1855

West of England Insurance Company, Fire Insurance Registers, including a description of the property and its situation, the sum insured, present payments including premium and duty, and number of policy [indexed by name]

Reference: L/A/20/A/7

Date: January 10th 1856 - December 24th 1861

Account Book showing the accounts of the Chamber and individual members of the Chamber of Commerce including subscriptions, name of vessels in full or part ownership, prizes from privateer activities and the President's accounts [indexed]

Reference: L/A/38/B1/1

Date: February 15th 1780 - May 13th 1786

Sinnatt and Sons Funeral Directors Account Ledger [Indexed] Includes name, age and place of death of deceased as well as date of burial and details of the funeral expenses and payment. To find the name you are interested in please look at the index and then open the pdf with the relevant page number.

Reference: L/A/41/A1/14

Date: October 4th 1900 - October 15th 1903

John de La Taste & Senior

Reference: L/C/12/H1

Appointment of John de La Taste as Captain-Lieutenant in the St Helier Battalion

Reference: L/C/12/H1/10

Date: May 15th 1785 - May 15th 1785

Bargain and sale of Brigantine called Le Chevalier D'Artheze, a captured enemy ship, by Laurens and Thoreau of Jersey to John de La Taste Junior

Reference: L/C/12/H1/11

Date: December 12th 1780 - December 12th 1780

Letter to Messrs de La Taste & Son in Jersey concerning an uncle and Cousin John from nephew John Luce junior on board H M Sloop Shark, relating to his promotion to Lieutenant and giving details of a small brigantine called the Jean Bart, which is for sale.

Reference: L/C/12/H1/12

Date: February 25th 1794 - February 25th 1794

Letters to John de La Taste junior in Jersey from his agent Peter Barré in Dublin concerning trading activities

Reference: L/C/12/H1/5

Date: December 7th 1749 - March 9th 1750

Letters to John de La Taste from his sister Marie de La Taste in Saintes pleased at his good news.

Reference: L/C/12/H1/6

Date: May 4th 1764 - May 4th 1764

Letter to John de La Taste Senior, at St Malo from Mr Penchard, procureur, at Saintes concerning the effects of his late sister.

Reference: L/C/12/H1/7

Date: February 27th 1767 - February 27th 1767

Journal of John de La Taste of a business trip to France taken with his grandfather. Contains details about the journey sailing from Jersey on board 'The Providence' calling at Rochefort, Charrente [Charente] and Saintes, much detail about food and wine, attempts to sell logwood, the affairs of the deceased Mr Penchard and his grandfather, a visit to his grandfather's birthplace and comments on the plight of slaves.

Reference: L/C/12/H1/8

Date: May 29th 1777 - May 29th 1777

Appointment of John de La Taste as Captain in the South Regiment of Foot in the Jersey Militia

Reference: L/C/12/H1/9

Date: August 6th 1778 - August 6th 1778

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