Petition to the Right Honourable Earl Granville against HM Procureur, Mr Le Hardy from the Bailiff and Jurats

Reference: D/AL/A/1/44

Date: December 20th 1744 - December 20th 1744

Contract of transaction between Julia Westaway, acting as executor of the estate of her late sister Harriet Westaway, of the first part and Philippe Mourant Richardson, procureur for John Westaway, only son of John Nathaniel Westway, son of John Nathanael Westaway, brother of Julia and Harriet Westaway, of the second part. Records the transaction between 1 and 2 of the monetary compensation in lieu of receiving items from the estate of the late Harriet Westaway. 2 will receive the sum of 2392 equalling the value of the heritage. Registered: Livre 309, folio 35.

Reference: D/AU/R3/2

Date: July 16th 1892 - July 16th 1892

Copy of the case between the executors of the Testament of Julia Westaway, and the procureur for John Westaway, heir of Julia Westway. Details the Royal Courts judgements on the case and the final Order of Council decision after the appeal by the executors of the Testament of Julia Westaway. Registered Livre 20 des Obligations, Folio 6. [The paper has been crossed through indicating some kind of irregularity with this copy]

Reference: D/AU/R3/6

Date: April 18th 1906 - April 18th 1906

Will and Testament of John Hopkins Fox, Esquire, late Attorney at Law in London, now of Jersey. Dated 26/12/1807. Bequeaths to the poor of St Helier, £10, to Johnson Fox, his son, Turners Hall, Baltimore, America, and all other property he possesses in America. Codicil Added: 26/12/1807 makes a further bequest of £15 to the poor of St Helier

Reference: D/Y/A/17/73

Date: March 23rd 1808 - March 23rd 1808

Appointment of Isabella Mackey as attorney for her husband John Matthew Cantell Registered: Book of procurations 37 folio 177

Reference: D/Z/G/B/4

Date: August 4th 1866 - August 4th 1866

Bail à Termage between John Ernest Cabot, Constable and Alfred Samuel de Gruchy and Charles Edward Cabot, Procureurs on behalf of the parish of Trinity of the first party and Maurice Alfred Philip Jeanne of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of the south part of the field called Le Clos de Jéhan containing 3 vergees, 20 perches, 15 pieds of land in La Rue des Alleurs, Vingtaine du Rondin, Trinity for 5 years for the sum of £45 per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/101

Date: December 21st 1961 - December 21st 1961

Bail à Termage between John Roland Christopher Riley, Seigneur of the Franc Fief Noble and Seigneury of Trinity of the first party and John Ernest Cabot, Constable, Alfred Samuel de Gruchy and Charles Edward Cabot, Procureurs of the parish of Trinity of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a piece of land called Le Pré de Billot ou Grand Pré, together with the adjoinging cotils on the north and south sides measuring 10 vergees for 9 years for the sum of £10 Sterling.

Reference: F/M/K4/102

Date: February 21st 1963 - February 21st 1963

Bail à Termage between Reverend Arthur Charles Granger, Rector, Edgar Reynolds Mourant, Constable, John Le Sueur Gallichan and Philip Francis Misson, Surveillants, Alfred Samuel de Gruchy and Charles Edward Cabot, Procureurs on behalf of the Don Gruchy of the first party and Nelson Francis Ozouf of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of the land called Le Clos des Pauvres, containing 11 vergees, 10 perches of land in the Vingtaine de la Croiserie, Trinity for 5 years for the sum of £112, 10s Sterling per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/103

Date: August 17th 1965 - August 17th 1965

Two copies of the Bail à Termage between Edgar Reynolds Mourant, Constable, Alfred Samuel de Gruchy and Charles Edward Cabot, Procureurs on behalf of the parish of Trinity of the first party and Maurice Alfred Philip Jeanne of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of the south part of a field called Le Clos de Jéhan containing 3 vergees, 20 perches, 15 pieds of land on La Rue des Alleurs, Vingtaine du Rondin, Trinity for 5 years for the sum of £45 per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/104

Date: 1966 - 1966

Bail à Termage between Reverend Arthur Charles Granger, Rector, Edgar Reynolds Mourant, Constable, John Le Sueur Gallichan and Philip Francis Misson, Surveillants and Alfred Renouf Le Brun and Edmund Garnet de Gruchy, Procureurs of Trinity on behalf of the Don Cantell-Larbalestier of the first party and Douglas Philip de la Haye of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a piece of land west of the Champs en Compagne measuring 3 vergees, 38 perches of land situated in the Fief Haubert and Seigneurie of St Ouen, St Ouen for 3 years for the sum of £18 Sterling per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/105

Date: December 20th 1967 - December 20th 1967

Bail à Termage between Reverend Arthur Charles Granger, Rector, Edgar Reynolds Mourant, Constable, John Le Sueur Gallichan and Philip Francis Misson, Surveillants and Alfred Renouf Le Brun and Edmund Garnet de Gruchy, Procureurs of Trinity on behalf of the Don Cantell-Larbalestier of the first party and Roy Thérin of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a piece of land called Le Clos de Jouanne measuring 5 vergees, 12 pieds of land in the Vingtaine de la Croiserie, Trinity for 3 years for the sum of £70 Sterling per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/106

Date: March 13th 1969 - March 13th 1969

Bail à Termage between Reverend Arthur Charles Granger, Rector, Edgar Reynolds Mourant, Constable, John Le Sueur Gallichan and Philip Francis Misson, Surveillants and Alfred Renouf Le Brun and Edmund Garnet de Gruchy, Procureurs of Trinity on behalf of the Don Gruchy of the first party and Nelson Francis Ozouf of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a piece of land called Le Clos des Pauvres measuring 11 vergees, 10 perches of land in the Vingtaine de la Croiserie, Trinity for 3 years for the sum of £150 sterling per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/107

Date: December 1st 1970 - December 1st 1970

Bail à Termage between Reverend Arthur Charles Granger, Rector, John Dorey Richardson, Constable, John Le Sueur Gallichan and Philip Francis Misson, Surveillants and Alfred Renouf Le Brun and Edmund Garnet de Gruchy, Procureurs of Trinity on behalf of the Don Cantell-Larbalestier of the first party and Roy Thérin of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a piece of land called Le Clos de Jouanne measuring 5 vergees, 12 pieds of land in the Vingtaine de la Croiserie, Trinity for 3 years for the sum of £70 sterling per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/108

Date: January 28th 1972 - January 28th 1972

Bail à Termage between Reverend Arthur Charles Granger, Rector, John Dorey Richardson, Constable, John Le Sueur Gallichan and Philip Francis Misson, Surveillants and Alfred Renouf Le Brun and Edmund Garnet de Gruchy, Procureurs of Trinity on behalf of the Don Cantell-Larbalestier of the first party and Roy Thérin of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a piece of land called Le Clos de Jouanne measuring 5 vergees, 12 pieds of land in the Vingtaine de la Croiserie, Trinity for 5 years for the sum of £80 sterling per year from 1974.

Reference: F/M/K4/109

Date: January 28th 1972 - January 28th 1972

Bail à Termage between Reverend Arthur Charles Granger, Rector, John Dorey Richardson, Constable, John Le Sueur Gallichan and Philip Francis Misson, Surveillants and Alfred Renouf Le Brun and Edmund Garnet de Gruchy, Procureurs of Trinity on behalf of the Don Gruchy of the first party and Stuart [Stewart] Edgar Mourant of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of Le Clos des Pauvres measuring 11 vergees, 10 perches of land in the Vingtaine de la Croiserie, Trinity for 5 years for the sum of £225 Sterling per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/110

Date: January 28th 1972 - January 28th 1972

Two copies of the Bail à Termage between Reverend Anthony Keogh, Rector, John Dorey Richardson, Constable, John Le Sueur Gallichan and Philip Francis Misson, Surveillants, Alfred Renouf Le Brun and Edmund Garnet de Gruchy, Procureurs of Trinity on behalf of the Don Gruchy of the first party and Stuart [Stewart] Edgar Mourant of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of Le Clos des Pauvres measuring 11 vergees, 10 perches of land in the Vingtaine de la Croiserie, Trinity for 5 years for the sum of £337.50 per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/111

Date: January 2nd 1974 - January 2nd 1974

Bail à Termage between Reverend Arthur Charles Granger, Rector, John Dorey Richardson, Constable, John Le Sueur Gallichan and Philip Francis Misson, Surveillants and Alfred Renouf Le Brun and Edmund Garnet de Gruchy, Procureurs of Trinity on behalf of the Don Cantell-Larbalestier of the first party and Roy Thérin of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of Le Clos de Jouanne measuring 5 vergees, 12 pieds of land in the Vingtaine de la Croiserie, Trinity for 5 years for the sum of £80 per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/112

Date: January 2nd 1975 - January 2nd 1975

Bail à Termage between Michael Matthew Godfray Voisin, Procureur for John Roland Christopher Riley of the first party and John Dorey Richardson, Constable of Trinity, Alfred Renouf Le Brun and Edmund Garnet de Gruchy, Procureurs of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a piece of land called Le Pré de Billot ou Grand Pré measuring 10 vergees in Trinity for 18 years for the sum of £20 per year.

Reference: F/M/K4/113

Date: 1976 - 1976

Accord de Bail á Termage between Reverend William George Tabb, Rector, Snowdon Benest, Constable, Claude Godeaux and Francis Thomas Le Marquand, surveillants, Alfred Gresley Le Brun and John Ernest Cabot, Procureurs of Trinity in the name of the Don Gruchy of the first party and Robert Campbell de Gruchy of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a piece of land called Le Clos des Pauvres, containing 11 vergees, 10 perches of land situated in the Vingtaine de la Croiserie, Trinity for a period of 5 years for the sum of £33, 15s Sterling.

Reference: F/M/K4/80

Date: December 12th 1935 - December 12th 1935

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