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Will and Testament of Eugène Marie Morell, of Léoville, St Ouen. Dated 09/03/1920. [Includes one closed document]
Date: December 20th 1955 - December 20th 1955
Files containing correspondence and plans for a proposed conversion of outbuildings at La Croiserie, St Ouen
Date: 1973 - 1975
Images of a fête that is being held at Léoville, St Ouen. Miss Battle of Flowers 1977, Diane Le Bot, is featured in image A (left) and image B (main, right).
Date: August 26th 1977 - August 26th 1977
Photographer: Gary Grimshaw
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/4868.
Date: January 24th 1980 - January 24th 1980
Photographer: Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/2873.
Images of a body of water, possibly at Les Ormes. These images were taken in association with Terry Le Main. For more images from this feature, see L/A/75/A3/5/3210A, L/A/75/A3/5/3210B-1, L/A/75/A3/5/3210C and L/A/75/A3/5/3210D. Jersey Evening Post
Date: February 28th 1980 - February 28th 1980
Photographer: a photographer named Paul
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/3210B.
Date: November 27th 1980 - November 27th 1980
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5995
Images of an exhibition at Sally Le Gallais' Léoville gallery of artwork by London-born artist Mr. Bruce Glen. Pictured at the exhibition preview are Mrs. Glen, Sally Le Gallais, Mr. Glen, Sir Peter Whiteley and Lady Whiteley [images L-M] [from JEP 03/03/82 p.25]
Date: March 1st 1982 - March 1st 1982
Photographer: Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1982/528.
Rembours de Rente between John du Fresne son of Jean of the first party and John Malzard son of John of Leoville, St Ouen of the second party. Records the reimbursement from 1 to 2 of £6 sterling of rente for the sum of £144 sterling. Registered: Livre 364, Folio ? [obscured by seal]
Date: July 25th 1914 - July 25th 1914
Date: July 24th 1944 - July 24th 1944
Patrage between Edouard Vautier older son and principal heir of the late Edouard Vautier son of Edouard of Leoville in the Parish of St Ouen of the first party and John Vautier, Mary Ann Vautier, Jane Vautier wife of Robert William Webber her authorisee, Alice Jane Vautier, Ada Vautier, Philippe Le Marquand tuteur of Anna Vautier and Helena Vautier of the second party. The said John, Mary Ann, Jane, Alice Jane, Ada, Anna and Helena Vautier are younger children of the said late Edouard Vautier and co heirs to his succession. 1 receives a property known as La Croiserie situated at Leoville in the parish of St Ouen together with lands of his choice and rentes. 2 receives a house and land situated at Millais in the parish of St Ouen on the Fief Haubert together with rentes. 3 receives land to the value of £28 10s 4d as do all other parties: Registered Livre 323 folio 245
Date: September 11th 1897 - September 11th 1897
Bail à fin d'Héritage between Jean Maret of the first party and Philippe Jean son of Edouard of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a closet of land with the south bank adjoining Liouville, Fief de Vincheles de Hault, St Ouen, for the sum of 4 cabots of wheat of rente and 1 hen. Registered March 1629.
Date: January 27th 1629 - January 27th 1629
Bail à fin d'Héritage between Philippe de Carteret, gent, Seigneur of Vincheles de Hault of the first party and Isaac Jean of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a house and land including a closet, with one field bank leading towards Liouville [Léoville], St Ouen, Fief d'Avall for the sum of 13 cabots of wheat, 2 hens, and 6 eggs of rente. Registered October 1637
Date: September 16th 1637 - September 16th 1637
Date: November 16th 2008 - November 16th 2008
Photographic slide of a map of the north west corner of Jersey, and naming the following areas: Vinchelez de Bas, Portinfer, Vinchelez de Haut, Lecq, Leoville, St Ouen, Aval, Morville, and Ortillande
Date: August 31st 1981 - August 31st 1981
Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 1+ RG13/5316. St Mary - District 1 - All that portion of above parish which lies North of road running from Greve de Lecq to last house or lodge at Heathmount, bordering on St John's Parish by East, less Five Houses included in No 2 district. St Mary - District 2 - Comprising the Northern side of the South Vingtaine [Vingtaine du Sud?] situated North of road beginning from St Mary's Arsenal in straight line East joining St John's Parish. St Mary - District 3 - All that part of above parish which lies South of the road running in direct line from the West, bordering the Parish near the Military Arsenal to the East, border of same near 'La Hougue Boëte Manor'. Boundary, East Parish of St John, South East, Parish of St Lawrence, South and West, Parish of St Peter, North, (wholly on) other part of St Mary's Parish. St Ouen - District 1 - The Vingtaine called the Vingtaine de Vichelez [Cueillette de Vinchelez?] with the exception of the Canton De Lecq bounded on the North by the sea, on the East, by the sea and the Vingtaine de Léoville [Cuillette de Léoville?] on the West, by the Vingtaine de Millais, together with four houses situated on the Western part of the Vingtaine de Millais belonging to Francis Le Marquand, John Vibert, Philip Le Gresley and Edward Le Cornu. St Ouen - Part of District 2 - The Vingtaine called Vingtaine de Millais [Cueillette de Millais?] with exception of four houses included in district No 1, bounded on the North by the sea, and Vingtaine de Vinchelez, on the West, by the sea, on the East, by the Vingtaine de Vinchelez and on the South by the Vingtaine de Grantez [Cueillette de Grantez?].
Date: 1901 - 1901
Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 2+ RG13/5316. St Ouen - Part of District 2 - The Vingtaine called Vingtaine de Millais [Cueillette de Millais?] with exception of four houses included in district No 1, bounded on the North by the sea, and Vingtaine de Vinchelez [Cueillette de Vinchelez?], on the West, by the sea, on the East, by the Vingtaine de Vinchelez and on the South by the Vingtaine de Grantez [Cueillette de Grantez]. St Ouen - District 3 - The Vingtaine called the Vingtaine de Grantez bounded by the North by the Vingtaine de Millais, on the South by the Vingtaine called Grande Cueillette, on the East by the Vingtaine de Leoville and on the West by the sea. St Ouen - District 4 - The district called the Canton de la Ville Au Neveux, being part of the Vingtaine de Leoville with part of the said Vingtaine of Leoville to the South of Trodez Main Road and two houses belonging to Thomas P Vautier and John Le Ruez, said district bounded on the South by the remaining part of the said Vingtaine on the South of the Grande and Petite Cueillette, on the East by St Peter's Parish and on the West by the Vingtaine de Grantez. St Ouen - District 5 - The remaining part of the Vingtaine de Leoville [Cueillette de Léoville?] together with the district called the Canton de Lecq situated on the Vingtaine de Vinchelez, bounded on the East by St Mary's Parish, on the South by the district No 4 and by the Vingtaine de Grantez, and on the West by the Vingtaine de Vinchelez, on the North by the sea. St Ouen - District 6 - The Vingtaine called La Petite Cueillette and that part of the district of the Grande Cueillette, included between La Pelle road [La Rue des Pelles?], and the Canton de dessus le Chêne [Canton de Defours le Chêne?] as far as F P Richardson's House bounded on the North and West by the remaining part of the Vingtaine de la Grande Cueillette and on the South and East by St Peter's Parish. St Ouen - District 7 - The remaining district being a part of the Vingtaine called Grande Cueillette bounded on the South by the district No 6, on the North by the Vingtaine de Grantez and on the West by the sea. St Peter - Part of District 1 - As much of the Parish of St Peter called Vingtaine du Douet, bounded on the North by the Vingtaine des Augerez, by the South by the Vingtaine St Nicolas and St Brelade's Parish, on the East by the Vingtaine du Coin Varin, and on the West by the Grande Vingtaine.
Date: 1901 - 1901
Date: June 3rd 2019
JEP Newscutting: article about the Bosdet Foundation distributing £250,000 to charity groups in 2011 - 28/04/2011
Date: 2011 - 2011