Extract from the Royal Court of a case between Margueritte Horman only daughter of Augustin Horman and George La Cloche son of George son of Carteret concerning 6 cabots of wheat of rente

Reference: L/C/93/B/44

Date: April 29th 1693 - April 29th 1693

Copies of Acts from the Royal Court concerning the partages des héritages of the late Marie de Carteret and Rachel La Cloche

Reference: L/C/93/B/47

Date: April 27th 1693 - April 27th 1693

Extract from the Royal Court of a case in which George La Cloche son of George son of Carteret is obliged to discharge to Charles de Carteret son of Charles son of Helier the sum of 6 cabots of wheat of rente

Reference: L/C/93/B/48

Date: February 10th 1693 - February 10th 1693

Adjournment of a case by the prevost of St Helier to be held in the Heritages division of the Royal Court between Charles Dumaresq son of Philippe tenant apres decret with Jean Payn of the héritages of Jean Perchard senior, Jean Perchard junior and Marie Nicolle his wife and Charles de Carteret son of Charles son Helier and Rachel La Cloche his wife. Concerns the payment of 8½ cabots of wheat of rente

Reference: L/C/93/B/49

Date: September 27th 1694 - September 27th 1694

Papers concerning an action between Charles de Carteret eldest son and principal heir of the late Charles de Carteret and the late Marie de Carteret his wife of the first party and Raulin Robin on behalf of his wife, Philippe Journeaux procureur of Elizabeth de Carteret and Nicolas Journeaulx by right of his wife all the ladies are daughters of the aforementioned deceased. The case concerns the héritages of the late Charles and Marie de Carteret

Reference: L/C/93/B/50

Date: January 15th 1686 - January 23rd 1696

Extract from the Cause Remise concerning a case between Raulin Robin on behalf of his wife, Elizabeth de Carteret and Nicolas Journeaulx on behalf of his wife of the first party and Charles de Carteret of the second party. The case relates to the inheritance of the late Charles de Carteret and Marie de Carteret his wife

Reference: L/C/93/B/51

Date: April 14th 1696 - November 7th 1696

Extracts from the Royal Court concerning a case between Raulin Robin on behalf of his wife the daughter of the late Charles de Carteret and Marie de Carteret his wife and Charles de Carteret the eldest son of the deceased. Concerns the héritage of the deceased

Reference: L/C/93/B/52

Date: April 25th 1696 - May 2nd 1696

Extract from the Royal Court concerning the action between Charles de Carteret eldest son of the late Charles de Carteret and Jean Poindestre tenant apres decrets of the héritage of Jean Le Caumais concerning 2 quartiers of wheat of rente

Reference: L/C/93/B/54

Date: June 6th 1696 - June 6th 1696

Extacts from the Royal Court concerning the case between Jean Payn procureur of Charles de Carteret and Margueritte de Carteret widow of Pierre de Carteret over the succession of Pierre de Carteret

Reference: L/C/93/B/7

Date: November 29th 1684 - November 29th 1684

Extacts from the Royal Court concerning the case between Josue de Carteret second son of the late Josue de Carteret and Amice de Carteret eldest son of the late Josue de Carteret concerning the transfer of the inheritance of the late Josue de Carteret

Reference: L/C/93/B/8

Date: April 27th 1648 - April 27th 1648

Talk by Dr Hill, a British prisoner of war during the second world war in Germany and a translator for the Nuremberg Trials, to the Channel Islands Occupation Society. Talks about his background in languages, his experience as a prisoner of war, being examined by the intelligence corps to see how good his languages were, being sent to the British War Crimes Executive in Paris, in Paris was promoted and charged with going around Germany looking for documents to indict war criminals, starting in Hamburg, sending reports on the documents that were found, being sent to Nuremberg for the trials, living with the Germans, being asked to set up a translating and interpreting department to liaise with all the delegations, preparing for the trials, security in the courthouse, description of his team and the jobs they had to undertake, the skill of translating, going to the court room and describing the lay out of the court along with the procedures and translation, the treatment of defendants, the importance and difficulty of interpreting, social life in Nuremberg, jobs he undertook and the understanding of Nazi jargon, different countries opinions on the trials, the difficulties of the trial and books written about the trials. Questions about the books he just mentioned, how long the trials lasted, the verdicts reached, contact with and impressions of the war criminals, instigators of the war trials, defense strategies, views on pre-war Germany, personal views on trials, the problems of translation, choosing of the defense counsel, Japanese war criminals, the Dutch system, the Russians reactions, length the prosecution went to charge people, treatment of prisoners by the Russians, treatment of prisoners of war, difficulty in not being bias in translation, availability of the trials in hard copy, mention of the Channel Islands in the trials, feelings today about Germans and Japanese, making of sound recordings, showings of film in trial and the showing of remorse and who made the final judgement, .

Reference: L/D/25/L/25

Date: December 4th 1978 - December 4th 1978

Talk by Mr T Riley to the Channel Islands Occupation Society. (Very faint at some points) Talks about his experiences during the occupation and the different jobs he undertook including working at George D Laurens shop in Queen Street, being called up by Theodor Elsch to help build sea walls at La Braye slip wall but refusing to work, being put into prison in Gloucester Street for not complying, given a month in prison, when he got out was put to work on the sea walls but started registering in the morning and then going home, put to work on the German Hospital in St Peter's Valley but stopped going after a rock fall, got sent down the Victoria Pier cleaning the walls of tanks but didn't want to work there either, put to work in a german store but was eventually arrested, interrogated by the police at Silvertide, Havre des Pas and was offered the choice of doing 5 months prison in France or 5 weeks solitary confinement in Jersey, decided on staying in Jersey, was classed as an 'undesirable', talks about the reduced rations they received in prison, a plan whereby he got increased rations, a job at the Homestead in Vallée des Vaux when he was released, got extra beer by delivering beer from Ann Street Brewery, getting a letter saying he was to be deported but avoiding it as his name was late in the alphabet, becoming friendly with a german he was living next to and being allowed off the next deportations, working for the States down St Helier Harbour unloading supplies, the stealing that used to take place of German goods, being arrested by the Germans for stealing and being sentenced by the local police court as it was States goods to four weeks hard labour, breaking stones in the prison, getting shingles in prison and was given light duties, got married and was living in town, got a job looking after and grave digging at the Stranger's Cemetery, got fired for only going to work every other day and pulling down a hut to burn for fuel, sent to Midvale Road to work in OT offices as a cleaner, taking fuel from the offices, picking berries from a mountain ash for his boss who lived in Clarendon Road to distill into alcohol, opening a room at the office which had a great deal of food inside and taking supplies, moved to St Brelade and worked at knocking down trees for people's fuel, used to fill bins with sea water and extracted the salt, taking weapons and binoculars from a store and looking in the bunker at La Pulente and finding a motorbike. Comments made by the audience about their dealings with the germans at the Harbour and taking food, the need for policemen as so much was being taken. Riley tells how he was caught out after curfew 52 times, he had to go to Bagatelle House to explain himself, dealing on the blackmarket for an old lady who lived in Colomberie, the ships that transported essential commodoties the SS Normand and SS Spinel their captains, the arrival of the Russian POWs, taking butter from the germans, the arrival of the SS Vega and the red cross parcels, the fact that things for babies were never touched and how they always tried to steal from the Germans. Questions asked and comments made concerning his arrests and whether it was recorded in the press, the Painters, listening to radios and an American airman who crashed and was saved by John de la Haye.

Reference: L/D/25/L/54

Date: April 8th 1981 - April 8th 1981

County of London notice list of Justices who attended the Michaelmas Quarter Sessions in relation to orders for the reception of Lunatics not being paupers, reference to the Lunacy Acts 1890 & 1891

Reference: L/F/08/D/2

Date: October 1st 1892 - October 1st 1892

Notice of adjournment from the prevost of St Martin to the Royal Court, Heritages Division of the case between Esther Horman daughter and principal heir of the late Thomas Perchard son of Hugh who had the rights to the héritages of Nicollas Badier of the first party and Jean Badier son of the said Nicollas of the second party. The action concerns the payment of rente on a small piece of land in St Martin, Fief de la Reyne

Reference: L/F/100/C/3

Date: January 20th 1708 - January 20th 1708

Extract signed by Philippe de Carteret, Greffier and Arbitre, concerning the measurement of a property that owes services to the Seigneur of Rozel

Reference: L/F/100/C/4

Date: June 12th 1751 - June 12th 1751

Notice of adjournment from the prevost of St Martin to the Royal Court, Heritages Division of the case between Hoste Horman eldest son of the late Hoste Horman and Marie Perchard his wife eldest daughter and principal heir of the late Thomas Perchard eldest son and principal heir of the late Hugh Perchard of the first party and Jean Canivet on behalf of Sara Perchard his wife daughter of the Jean Perchard younger son of the late Hugh Perchard. The cases concerns the partage of Hugh Perchard

Reference: L/F/100/C/6

Date: September 26th 1751 - September 26th 1751

Records of the Seigneurial Court of the Fief Sauvalle, St Peter

Reference: L/F/101/A/11

Date: June 3rd 1588 - May 15th 1805

Court Book of the Fief de Vincheles de Haut

Reference: L/F/101/A/16

Date: -161-191 - December 21st 1615

Court Book of the Fief de St Jean la Hougue Boête, 08/06/1814 - 31/07/1834, includes a list of aveux from the Fief 08/06/1814 - 22/10/1833

Reference: L/F/101/A/17

Date: June 8th 1814 - July 31st 1834

Court Book of the Fief es Benests, 18/04/1632 - 19/06/1689, and 26/09/1694 - 28/06/1737 and the Fief des Arbres 11/01/1625 - 08/05/1672 [Volume includes loose papers]

Reference: L/F/101/A/18

Date: April 18th 1632 - June 28th 1737

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