Resignation between Reverend William du Heaume, Rector of Trinity and Alfred George Messervy and Elias George Starck, Surveillants of the parish and Trustees of the Trinity Parochial School of the first party and Philippe Le Vesconte, Constable of Trinity and John Renouf and Nicolas du Feu, Procureurs of the Parish of the second party. Records the resignation from 1 to 2 of a piece of land that the playground of the school is situated in the Fief qui fut à L'Abbesse de Caen, Trinity. Registered: Livre 332, Folio 157 and 158.

Reference: F/M/K4/58

Date: December 21st 1900 - December 21st 1900

Bail et Vente between Jane Godeaux, daughter of Philippe, wife of John de Gruchy of the first party and Reverend Reginald Le Sueur, Rector of Trinity, Philippe Le Vesconte, Constable of Trinity, John Renouf and Nicolas du Feu, Procureurs and Philippe Jean de Ste Croix and Thomas Binet, Surveillants on behalf of the poor of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 1 vergee, 6 perches, 2 pieds of land in a certain field called Le Clos des Corvées in the Fief des Augrès, Trinity for the sum of £115, 6s, 5d Sterling. Registered: Livre 347, Folio 238.

Reference: F/M/K4/59

Date: July 27th 1907 - July 27th 1907

Vente de rente between Denis Noel of the first party and Philippe Pinel, Constable of Trinity and Josué Gruchy, Procureur in the name of the poor of the parish of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 1 quartier of wheat rent for the sum of 206 livre tournois. Registered 1685.

Reference: F/M/K4/6

Date: March 7th 1685 - March 7th 1685

Bail et Vente between Jane Godeaux, daughter of Philippe, wife of John de Gruchy of the first party and Reverend Reginald Le Sueur, Rector of Trinity, Philippe Le Vesconte, Constable of Trinity, John Renouf and Nicolas du Feu, Procureurs and Philippe Jean de Ste Croix and Thomas Binet, Surveillants on behalf of the poor of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 2 vergees, 9 perches, 22 pieds of land in the field called Le Clos des Corvées in the Fief des Augrès, Trinity for the sum of £280, 19s, 7d Sterling. Registered: Livre 347, Folio 237.

Reference: F/M/K4/60

Date: July 27th 1907 - July 27th 1907

Bail et Vente between Jane Godeaux, daughter of Philippe, wife of John de Gruchy of the first party and Reverend Reginald Le Sueur, Rector of Trinity, Philippe Le Vesconte, Constable of Trinity, John Renouf and Nicolas du Feu, Procureurs and Philippe Jean de Ste Croix and Thomas Binet, Surveillants on behalf of the poor of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 1 vergee, 8 perches, 21 pieds of land in the field called Le Clos des Corvées in the Fief des Augrès, Trinity for the sum of £122, 6s Sterling. Registered: Livre 347, Folio 237.

Reference: F/M/K4/61

Date: July 27th 1907 - July 27th 1907

Cession et Abandon between John Francis Giffard, Seigneur du Fief des Augrès of the first party and Reverend Reginald Le Sueur, Rector, Francis Adolphus Jeune, Constable, John Blampied and Philip Cabot, Procureurs and Philip John de Ste Croix and Thomas Binet, Surveillants of the Parish on behalf of the poor of the second party. Records the abandonment of seigneural rights by 1 on the land purchased by 2 within Le Clos des Corvées in the Fief des Augrès, Trinity. Registered: Livre 358, Folio 24 [?].

Reference: F/M/K4/62

Date: February 24th 1912 - February 24th 1912

Testament of Richard Mahier. Bequeaths to his wife Mary Mahier three eighths of a cargo he bought to London and three eighths of the hull of the ship Friendship, of which he was master; to the poor of 11 parishes in Jersey, 100 livres to be equally divided; to the poor of his native parish of St John, 200 livres.

Reference: F/M/K4/63

Date: March 14th 1721 - March 14th 1721

Donation between Marie Le Couteur of the first party and the Constable and Procureurs of the Parish of Trinity for the benefit of the poor of the parish of the second party. Records the gift from 1 to 2 of 6 livres, 18s, 4d from a bail à termage between 1 and Philippe Gruchy on a piece of land in the Clos Marés.

Reference: F/M/K4/64

Date: September 8th 1749 - September 8th 1749

Assignation between Charles Maret, eldest son and principal heir of Josué Maret, Philippe Vivian procureur of Catherine Cabot widow of the deceased and tutrice of Jean Maret and Jean Filleul on behalf of his wife Sara Maret of the first party and Philippe Pinel, Constable of Trinity and Josué Gruchy, procureur on behalf of the poor of the parish of the second party. Records the assignation from 1 to 2 of 2 cabots of wheat rente. Registered August 1685.

Reference: F/M/K4/7

Date: May 30th 1685 - May 30th 1685

Partage des héritage between Thomas Gallichan, older son of Thomas and Marie Bouton, his wife and older daughter of Joseph Bouton and Susanne Chevalier, his wife of the first party and Susanne Bouton, younger daughter of Joseph Bouton and Susanne Chevalier, his wife, the aforesaid Susanne Bouton, wife of George Larbalestier, son of Charles of the second party. Records the partage of the héritage of Susanne Chevalier. Registered: Livre 154, Folio 232.

Reference: F/M/K4/72

Date: December 11th 1832 - December 11th 1832

Partage des héritage between Charles Renouf older son of Francois Renouf and Esther Le Sueur, his wife, daughter of Noé and in this quality the said Charles Renouf representing his mother as principal heir of Noé Le Sueur, son of Noé, his uncle of the first party and Sara Le Sueur and Marie Le Sueur co heirs of Noé Le Sueur, their brother of the second party. Records the partage of the héritage of Noé Le Sueur. Charles Renouf receives the sum of 7 cabots of wheat rente. Sara Le Sueur receives the sum of 1 quartier of wheat rente. Marie Le Sueur receives the sum of 5 cabots of wheat rente. Registered: Livre 167, Folio 151.

Reference: F/M/K4/73

Date: December 30th 1837 - December 30th 1837

Assignation de Rente between Philippe Messervy, tuteur of the children of George Beaucamp of the first party and Hugh Godfray, son of Hugh of the second party. Records the assignation from 1 to 2 of 3 quartiers of wheat rente. Registered: Livre 171, Folio 272.

Reference: F/M/K4/74

Date: October 3rd 1839 - October 3rd 1839

Sale instigated by the Comité des Chemins of 42 pieds of wall in Trinity to Thomas Binet for the sum of 8 livres sterling and conditions of the sale.

Reference: F/M/K4/75

Date: May 13th 1841 - May 13th 1841

Vente de rente between George Querée son of Charles of the first party and Thomas Gallichan son of Thomas of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 7 quartiers of wheat rente for the sum of £99, 12s Sterling.

Reference: F/M/K4/76

Date: November 6th 1841 - November 6th 1841

Vente de rente between Marie Starck daughter of Elie of the first party and Thomas Gallichan, son of Thomas of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 2 quartiers, 4 cabots, 5 sixtonniers of wheat rente for the sum of £41, 11s, 3½d Sterling. Registered: Livre 185, Folio 52.

Reference: F/M/K4/77

Date: September 21st 1844 - September 21st 1844

Accord between Reginald Raoul Lempriere, Seigneur de Diélament of the first party and Thomas Cabot, Constable of Trinity of the second party. Records the agreement between 1 and 2 that 2 would pay 1 £4 Sterling per year for the right to quarry the Carrière des Platons for gravel and stone for the roads of the parish and the Carrière du Tas de Geon and £2 Sterling per year for the right to quarry the Carrière du Becquet in the Fief de la Gruchetterie.

Reference: F/M/K4/78

Date: January 31st 1910 - January 31st 1910

Vente de Rente between Aaron Le Breton son of Francois of the first party and Francois Le Cousteur, minister and Charles Maret, Constable and Jean Maret, Procureur of the Parish of Trinity on behalf of the poor of the parish of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 6 cabots of wheat rent for the sum of 52 escus. Registered 31 December 1692.

Reference: F/M/K4/8

Date: December 24th 1692 - December 24th 1692

Confirmation between Jean Cabot, son of Jean, son of Moise, son of Elie, son of Moise of the first party and Philippe Pinel, Constable of Trinity and Thomas Jacques Gruchy and Amice Coutanche, procureur du bien public of the parish on behalf of the poor of the second party. Confirms that 1 pays 2 2 escus rente annually thanks to the donation of Pierre Le Breton on 20/07/1695.

Reference: F/M/K4/9

Date: October 8th 1765 - October 8th 1765

Letter from Oliver Mourant, Solicitor, 16, Hill Street to the Constable of St Lawrence concerning the estate of Mrs Quarrie, née Ethel Edith Pellier

Reference: F/N/J2/16

Date: February 8th 1936 - February 8th 1936

Ledger of the accounts of the parish church of St Helier, includes church expenses, 'Dean Falle' Memorial, Assistant Clergy Fund, Winchester Diocesan Fund, Rector's Fees, Particulier, Pier Road Mission, Trésor, Church House, Organ Fund, Estate Le Couteur, Curate's House, Sequestration of Rectory, Thomas F Mallet, Sunday School and Overseas Missions

Reference: G/C/03/F1/2

Date: May 1st 1937 - April 30th 1946

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