Transcript of bail by George de Carteret, Seigneur of Melesche Grainville and Norimont to Thomas Le Breton, Senior, of all dues from the Seigneurie of Noirmont for three years, except for two quarters of wheat and twenty livres tournois each year assigned to the widow and children of Jean Dean. Also includes a payment of thirty livres tournois to the Minister and Deacon of St Brelade and fifty livres tournois to the Minister and Deacon of St Peter

Reference: D/AL/A/1/9

Date: December 8th 1655 - December 8th 1655

Parchment marked with Ex 13th January 1581 - 7th April 1584 No 13 on the dorse [presumed to be from the original binding of Samedi Livre 13] containing one extract. Ouïe de Paroisse recording a Bail à fin d'Héritage which took place in St Helier's Cemetery between Noel Le Geyt of the first party and Collas Gouere and Philippine his wife, the said Collas son of Thomas Gouere and Perronnelle his wife daughter of Jean de Ste Croix of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 2 to 1 of all the héritage be received on behalf of his mother.

Reference: D/Y/F23/9

Date: December 10th 1566 - December 10th 1566

Bail à fin d'héritage between Aaron de Veulle, procureur of Thomas Pipon, son of Thomas of the first party and Edouard du Pré, Rector of St Helier, Philippe Winter, Constable, Philippe Valpy dit Janvrin and Philippe Le Montais, Procureurs du Bien Public and Aaron de Ste Croix and Jean Millais, churchwardens of St Helier of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of 2 vergees, 31 perches, 5 feet of land in a certain field called Clos de Ficquet de l'Ouest, Fief de Surville, St Helier for the sum of 13 quartiers, 7 cabots, 1 sixtonnier of wheat rente. Registered: Livre 111, Folio 74.

Reference: F/D/K1/12

Date: February 23rd 1811 - February 23rd 1811

Bail à fin d'héritage between Aaron de Ste Croix, son of Jean of the first party and Edouard du Pré, Rector of St Helier, Thomas du Hamel, Constable, Philippe Valpy dit Janvrin and Philippe Le Montais, Procureurs du Bien Public and Michel Quesnel, churchwarden of St Helier of the second party. Records that 1 had sold to 2 a certain piece of land of 2 vergee, 32 perches, 11 feet in two pieces in Petit Clos de Ficquet, Fief de Mélèches, St Helier but the land was claimed by the heir to James Le Hardy. As a consequence 1 pays 2 8 quartiers, 6 cabots, 5 and a quarter sixtonniers of wheat rente in compensation. Registered: Livre 118, Folio 164.

Reference: F/D/K1/14

Date: November 28th 1812 - November 28th 1812

Exchange of land between Aaron de Ste Croix, son of Jean of the first party and Reverend Edouard du Pré, rector of St Helier, Elie Durell, Constable of St Helier, Jacques Lempriere Hammond and Thomas Le Breton, Procureurs du Bien Public, Philippe Valpy dit Janvrin and Louis Poignand, Churchwardens of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a piece of land known as Le Petit Clos de Fiquet and land in the Petit Clos des Ruettes in the Fief de Meleches au autre Fief, St Helier and in counter exchange 2 leases in perpetuity to 1 a certain piece of land called Champ de la Courte in the Fief de la Fosse, St Helier. Registered: Livre 88, Folio 216.

Reference: F/D/K1/7

Date: January 18th 1800 - January 18th 1800

Exchange of land between François Journeaux, Procureur of Thomas Mallet, son of Pierre of the first party and Reverend Edouard du Pré, rector of St Helier, Elie Durell, Constable of St Helier, Jacques Lempriere Hammond and Thomas Le Breton, Procureurs du Bien Public, Philippe Valpy dit Janvrin and Louis Poignand, Churchwardens of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of 2 vergees of land in the field called Le Petit Clos des Ruettes in the Fief des Mélèches, St Helier and in counter exchabne 2 leases in perpetuity to 1 a certain piece of land called Le Clos du Benefice in the Fief de la Fosse, St Helier.

Reference: F/D/K1/8

Date: January 18th 1800 - January 18th 1800

Bail de Terre between Nicolas Baudains and Jean Le Boutillier Centeniers of the Parish of St John and Abraham Poingdestre and Jean Dolbel Procureurs du Bien Publicq of the said parish on behalf of the poor of the parish of the first party, and Charles Le Boeuf son of Jacques of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a small piece of land in the Parish of St John

Reference: F/E/K6/13a

Date: May 13th 1786 - May 13th 1786

Bail à fin d'Héritage between Helier Chevallier administrator of the goods of Jacques Mauger son of Jacques of the first party and Clement Pinel son of Clement of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a certain camp of land on the Grand Clos de des Girette for the sum of 4 cabots of wheat of rente [payable to the administrator] and the payment of all seigneurial rights due on the land.

Reference: F/E/K6/5

Date: October 12th 1717 - October 12th 1717

Copy of Bail à fin d'Héritage between Philippe Gibaut Constable of the Parish of St John, Edouard Valpy one of the Procureurs du Bien Public and Richard Le Quesne and Philippe Pinel Surveillans of the said parish of the first party, and Jean Poingdestre son of Jean of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 in the name of the poor of the parish, of a certain piece of land called the Clos du Ray for the sum of 21 quartiers 6 cabots 3 sixtonniers of wheat of rente annually.

Reference: F/E/K7/10

Date: March 22nd 1845 - March 22nd 1845

Assignation de Rente between George Le Boutillier son of Jean of the first party, and Philippe Gibaut Constable of St John and Edouard Valpy and Josué Blampied Procureurs du Bien Public and Philippe Pinel and George Le Boutillier Surveillans of the Parish of St John of the second party. Recites that 1 owes 2 the sum of 3 quartiers of wheat of rente. Records the assignation from 1 to 2 of the same sum of rente. Registered Livre 190 folio 58

Reference: F/E/K7/11

Date: February 7th 1846 - November 7th 1846

Bail à fin d'héritage between Anne Messervy, procureuratrice of Jean Aubin, son of Charles after the Decret of Clement Machon, son of Jean of the first party and Philippe Collas, Constable of St Martin and George Bandinel, Procureur du Bien Public of St Martin of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity of a house and gardens in the Fief de Quetivel, St Martin from 1 to 2 for the sum of 8 quartiers, 2 cabots and 1/4 of sixtonnier of wheat of rente to be paid annually. Registered: Book 58, Folio 207

Reference: F/G/H1/19

Date: March 1st 1777 - March 1st 1777

Bail de Maison between George Bertram, Constable of St Martin and Philippe Godfray and George Noel, Procureurs du Bien Public of St Martin of the first party and Aaron de Veulle tuteur of Thomas Gallichan, son of Thomas, of the second party. Records the sale of a house near St Martin's Parish Church, in the Fief du Roi from 1 to 2 for the sum of 4 quartiers and 5 cabots of wheat of rente to be paid annually.

Reference: F/G/H1/20

Date: October 19th 1799 - October 19th 1799

Bail de Terre between George Bertram, Constable of St Martin and Philippe Godfray and George Noel, Procureurs du Bien Public of St Martin of the first party and Jean Badier, son of Jean of the second party. Records the sale of land in the Fief du Roi from 1 to 2 for the sum of 2 cabots of wheat of rente to be paid annually.

Reference: F/G/H1/21

Date: April 17th 1802 - April 17th 1802

Bail a fin d'héritage between Philippe Richardson, Constable of St Martin, Jean Le Hardy, Procureur du Bien Public of St Martin, of the first party and Guillaume Le Boulanger of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity of land called Clos des Mares, in the Fief du Roi, from 1 to 2 for the sum of 4 cabots of wheat of rente to be paid to the Charity of the Parish.

Reference: F/G/H1/4

Date: December 26th 1676 - December 26th 1676

Bail à fin d'héritages between Pierre Fallu and Marie Vaudin his wife of the first party and Elie Dumaresq of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of ... [ text unreadable] for the sum of 11 cabots of wheat of rente annually.

Reference: F/J/N1/4

Date: August 25th 1681 - August 25th 1681

Agreement between Rachel Brideaux daughter of Jean of the first party and Jean Arthur Constable of the Parish of St Ouen and Philippe Baillhache and Philippe Le Boutillier Procureurs du Bien Public on behalf of the poor of the said parish of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of 4 cabots 3 sixtonniers of wheat and half a chicken of rente annually. Livre 126 folio 12

Reference: F/J/N2/13

Date: October 31st 1818 - October 31st 1818

Bail à fin d'héritage between Louisa Balleine wife of Elie Francois Le Gresley her authorisee of the first party and James John Balleine Constable of the Parish of St Peter and Jean Le Brocq and Charles Philippe Le Cornu Procureurs du Bien Public of the said parish of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a certain small piece of land named Le Clos a Trois Coinieres situated on the Fiefs d'Orville and du Prieur in the Parish of St Peter for the sum of £63 to be paid as 3 quartiers 4 cabots of wheat of rente annually. Registered Livre 279 folio 172

Reference: F/K/L1/25

Date: May 20th 1882 - May 20th 1882

Bail et Vente between Maria Esther Fleury daughter of William of the first party and and John Francis Giffard Constable of the Parish of St Peter and Jean le Brocq and Charles Philippe Le Cornu Procureurs du Bien Public of the said parish of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of a small piece of land situated on the Fief de Vingt Livres for the sum of £24 13s 6d and the payment of all Seigneurial rights due on the land . Registered Livre 296 folio 60

Reference: F/K/L1/26

Date: October 29th 1887 - October 29th 1887

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