Receipt issued by the Reverend Reginald Le Sueur for payment of salary to Mabel Le Masurier for services to St Martin's

Reference: G/C/17/L2/8

Date: 1936 - 1936

Receipt issued by the Reverend Reginald Le Sueur for payment of salary to C H Le Masurier for services to St Martin's Church

Reference: G/C/17/L2/9

Date: 1929 - 1929

Acquisition and disposal of lands in St Martin

Reference: HO 45/7125

Date: 1861 - 1861

Enlargement of St Martin's churchyard

Reference: HO 45/9473

Date: 1877 - 1877

Poster for Jubilee celebrations of the opening of the first Chapel at Les Landes, St Martin

Reference: J/C/AA/J/1

Date: October 19th 1933 - October 27th 1933

Resignation of Methodist Chapel between Charles William Binet, John Samuel Beaugie, Walter du Feu, Philip John Noel, Philippe Marett surviving trustees of a certain chapel house and school located in the Parish of St Martin for the use of the French Circuit of the Society of Wesleyan Methodists of the first party and Charles William Binet, John Samuel Beaugie, Philip John Noel, Thomas Renouf, David Charles Le Seelleur, George Richardson Slade, John Noel Germain, George Gallichan Noel, Raymond Ching, Francis Ahier, Alfred George Le Moeur, Philip Edward Noel, John Dorey Germain, and Philip Charles Marett Trustees of the said chapel of the second party and the Reverend William Morley Powell Wilkes Minister and Superintendent of the French speaking Wesleyan Circuit of the third party, Records the resignation from the surviving members of 1 to 2 with the approval of 3 of all rights relating to the said Methodist property situated in the parish of St Martin on the condition of payment of all rentes and seigneurial rights due on the land. Registered Livre 428B folio 161

Reference: J/C/AE/C/12

Date: February 29th 1936 - February 29th 1936

Resignation of property used as a sunday School,between Charles William Binet and John Samuel Beaugie surviving trustees of a certain property converted for use as a sunday school for the use of the Society of Wesleyan Methodists [after the Methodist Church Union Act 1929 ] in the parish of St Martin of the first party and the said Charles William Binet and John Samuel Beaugie with Philip John Noel, Philippe Marett Thomas Renouf, David Charles Le Seelleur, George Richardson Slade, John Noel Germain, George Gallichan Noel, Raymond Ching, Francis Ahier, Alfred George Le Moeur, Philip Edward Noel, John Dorey Germain, and Philip Charles Marett Trustees of the said property of the second party and the Reverend William Morley Powell Wilkes Minister and Superintendent of the French speaking Wesleyan Circuit of the third party, Records the resignation from the surviving members of 1 to 2 with the approval of 3 of all rights relating to the said Methodist property situated in the parish of St Martin on the condition of payment of all rentes and seigneurial rights due on the land. Registered Livre 428B folio 162

Reference: J/C/AE/C/13

Date: February 29th 1936 - February 29th 1936

Accord between ambulatory preachers Jean de Quetteville, Henry Mahy, and Armand de Kerpezdron, meeting with Thomas Messervy, George Brée, Jean Messervy son of Clement, Jean Gorey, Jean Le Huquet, Jean Renouf and Michel Beaucamp depositors of land for the Chapel used for meetings of the Society of Wesleyan Methodists. Sets out in 6 separate clauses the uses to which the said chapel may be put, and lays down conditions regarding the maintenance and disposal of the building.

Reference: J/C/AE/C/2

Date: June 12th 1819 - June 12th 1819

Bail à fin d'Héritage between Edouard Luce son of Edward of the first party and Thmoas Messervy , George Brée, Jean Messervy son of Clement, Jean Gorey, Jean Le Hucquet, Jean Renouf, Michel Beaucamp administrators as mentioned in a certain document dated 12/06/1819 of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of 5 perches of land to the west of the garden bordering the public road in the Parish of St Martin on the Fief a'l'abbesse de Caen for the sum of 4 cabots of wheat of rente annually. Registered Livre 126 folio 117

Reference: J/C/AE/C/3

Date: June 19th 1819 - June 19th 1819

Donation between Jean de Quetteville son of Elie of the first party and Thomas Messervy , George Brée, Jean Messervy son of Clement, Jean Gorey, Jean Le Hucquet, Jean Renouf & Michel Beaucamp of the second party. Records the donation from 1 to 2 of 2 cabots of wheat of rente annually. Registered Livre 126 folio 118

Reference: J/C/AE/C/4

Date: June 19th 1819 - June 19th 1819

Bail et Vente between Abraham Le Hucquet son of Jean of the first party and Jean Messervy son of Clement, Jean Le Hucquet, Thomas Billot, George Gaudin, Thomas Messervy, Elie Renouf, Jean Mallet, Thomas Le Seelleur, Thomas Renouf, Jean Beaugie, Jean Jennes, George Gaudin son of George, Philippe Hocquard, Philippe Richardson, Jean Amy son of Francois, depositors and administrators of the chapel for the use of the Society of French Wesleyan Methodists of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of the right to build against the wall of Abraham Le Hucquet for the sum of £3 and the payment of seigneurial rights and rentes due on the land. Registered Livre 205 folio 124

Reference: J/C/AE/C/7

Date: March 27th 1852 - March 27th 1852

Donation de Terre between George Gallichan son of Thomas of the first party and Thomas Billot, Jean Mallet, Jean Beaugie, Thomas Renouf, George Gaudin, Thomas Le Seelleur, Thomas Messervy, Jean Messervy, Thomas Cabot, Philippe Cabot, Jean Beaugie son of Jean, Jean Germaine, Thomas Renouf son of Thomas depositors and adminstrators of the chapel built in the Parish of St Martin. Records the donation from 1 to 2 of a certain liziere of land measuring 30 pieds on the condition that 2 and their sucessors pay all seigneurial rights and rentes due on the land. Registered Livre 223 folio

Reference: J/C/AE/C/8

Date: October 21st 1860 - October 21st 1860

Eden Chapel Weslyan Methodist baptism register - entry for Lydia Ann Renouf, daughter of John Renouf and Mary Esther Cabot [baptised in St Martin]

Reference: J/C/P/B/5/198

Date: June 15th 1873

Eden Chapel Weslyan Methodist baptism register - entry for Alice Jane Jeune, daughter of George Clément Philip Jeune and Mary Ann Carrel [baptised in St Martin]

Reference: J/C/P/B/5/199

Date: June 29th 1873

Eden Chapel Weslyan Methodist baptism register - entry for Lillian Jane Nicolle, daughter of C S Nicolle and Jane Billot [baptised in St Martin's Chapel]

Reference: J/C/P/B/5/220

Date: July 31st 1892

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