Testament of Marie Poignand widow of Charles Le Vesconte. Dated 01/07/1818. Desires to be buried in St Saviour's Cemetery. Bequeaths to the poor of St Helier, £2 sterling, to Marie Elizabeth Le Vesconte, her daughter, all his part in the cutter Rose, commanded by Thomas De Gruchy, should she die before the age of 21 her share in the cutter goes to Elizabeth, Louise Elizabeth, and Albina Poignand

Reference: D/Y/A/18/197

Date: August 4th 1818 - August 4th 1818

Testament of Thomas Dane Milway of Kent, England, now of Gorey. Dated 29/08/1878. Bequeaths to the children of Charles Cotgrove and Eliza Rothwell thirty two 64th shares in the cutter 'Sea Seal'.

Reference: D/Y/A/40/115

Date: June 6th 1879 - June 6th 1879

Will and Testament of John Taylor Tonkin of 45, Leopold Street, Leeds, Yorkshire, foreman cutter. Dated 28/06/1889.

Reference: D/Y/A/59/51

Date: April 11th 1900 - April 11th 1900

Photograph of the ship St Julien in the Harbour, and photographs of a cutter race which involved four crews who were members of the Royal Army Service Corps.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/HARS/13/3

Date: June 24th 1953 - August 25th 1953

Subject: Harbours

File number: 13

Page number: 3

Photograph of MGM - 4, photograph of a yacht which relates to the death of fisherman Jack Courval who drowned in St Aubin's Bay, and photograph of St Helier Harbour at low tide.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/HARS/13/4

Date: March 1st 1953 - May 13th 1953

Subject: Harbours

File number: 13

Page number: 4

Photograph of the anti submarine frigate HMS Dundas in the Harbour; crewman J Grier was from Jersey, photograph of a gentleman standing next to a sea water well on the beach at Greve d'Azette, and photograph of the Bermudan cutter Choice.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/HARS/23/1

Date: October 19th 1957 - December 7th 1957

Subject: Harbours

File number: 23

Page number: 1

Photograph of Bobbie Dell, John Brockman, Keith Gray, Tom Kyffin and Bruce Hulford on board the Bermudan cutter Choice, photograph of the ship St Helier, and photograph of the ship Falaise.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/HARS/23/2

Date: December 6th 1957 - May 29th 1958

Subject: Harbours

File number: 23

Page number: 2

Photographs of the yacht Nautilo's, aground at Belle Croute Bay, St Brelade.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/WRE/4/3

Date: July 4th 1952 - July 12th 1952

Subject: Wrecks

File number: 4

Page number: 3

Contract between Philippe du Fresne and Philippe Bellot of the first party and Thomas Robert & Co of the second party. Records the hire by 1 from 2 of a cutter called the 'Hebe' with a capacity of 15 tonnes kept at the Havre du Rozel, St Martin for the sum of £1 sterling a week.

Reference: L/C/120/A/18

Date: October 15th 1842 - October 15th 1842

Notice of a public sale of the Cutter Horatio in front of Philippe Le Gallais, Deputy Viscount and Hugh Godfray, Denonciateur, the cutter was purchased by Elie de Gruchy

Reference: L/C/166/B4/4

Date: June 11th 1824 - June 11th 1824

Account of the cutter Guernsey Lily with the heirs of Edouard Le Feuvre, account includes prices for various pulleys

Reference: L/C/166/B4/5

Date: April 1st 1825 - September 6th 1825

Extract from the Royal Court concerning the potential confiscation of the cutter Surprise under which Charles Le Gallais was crushed to death - the Court finds that the neither the owners or persons working on the cutter have committed any negligence and refers the decision on confiscation to Marquis Townshend, Governor of Jersey. Includes a draft letter renouncing the King's right to Deodand [confiscation of the cutter]

Reference: L/F/102/A/27

Date: April 26th 1798 - June 15th 1798

Various Documents

Reference: L/F/193/A

Copies of Acts of the Royal Court concerning the sale of the Cutter Eliza. The public sale of the cutter was made in front of Hugh Godfray and George Helier Horman. The sale was made by George Messervy to Thomas Aubin for the sum of £245.

Reference: L/F/193/A/5

Date: January 17th 1846 - January 17th 1846

Copies of Acts of the Royal Court concerning the sale of the Cutter Nora. The public sale of the cutter was made in front of Hugh Godfray. The sale was made by Jonathan Russell, Daniel Russell, Philippe Mauger and George Pegler to Thomas Aubin for the sum of £600.

Reference: L/F/193/A/6

Date: April 24th 1846 - May 21st 1846

The Harbours Department pilot boat [cutter], Le Fret.

Reference: P/03/B75/17

Date: September 5th 2000 - September 5th 2000

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