Volume containing; extract from the Seigneurial Court of Fief Haubert and Seigneurie of St Ouen 1674 - 1675, appairiement of the Fief Haubert and Seigneurie of St Ouen 1674 - 1675, and appairiement of the Fief des Douze Mances [Mancelles] - a dependance of the Fief Haubert

Reference: L/F/101/A/8

Date: 1674 - 1675

Extract from the Royal Court between Jean Binet previously prevost of the Fief des Vingt Livres of the first party and Jean Pipon owner of two thirds and François de Carteret owner of one third of the Fief of the second party. Binet is condemed to pay by Order in Council. Also includes an extract from the Court of the Fief des Vingt Livres [Badly damp damaged and torn]

Reference: L/F/101/A/9/10

Date: November 13th 1736 - November 13th 1736

Action between Preres Gruchie and the Seigneur of the Fief de la Trinity concerning the services owed by Gruchie to the Seigneur

Reference: L/F/101/A/9/11

Date: October 4th 1577 - October 17th 1586

Action between Jean Grochie procureur of Pierre Grochie his father and the Seigneur of the Fief de la Trinity concerning the services owed by Gruchie to the Seigneur

Reference: L/F/101/A/9/12

Date: April 26th 1592 - October 11th 1592

Notes on the Fief de la Hougue (Dirvault), St Peter and the Maison de la Hougue, St Peter

Reference: L/F/101/A/9/5

Date: 1609 - 1744

Notes from the Seigneurial Court of the Fief des Nobretez

Reference: L/F/101/A/9/6

Date: January 8th 1750 - January 8th 1750

Between Amice de Carteret, Seigneur of the Fief de Vincheles de Bas and Philippe Le Cornu, Prevost of the Fief of the first party and Pierre de la Place, Thomas Gabourel, Jean Le Cornu son of Philippe, Nicolas Vincent, Philippe Le Feuvre, Jean Haquoil, Pierre Vautier, and Philippe Vibert son of Mathieu tenants of the same Fief of the second party. Records the lifting of sentence imposed by 1 on 2 for not providing services

Reference: L/F/101/A/9/7

Date: May 2nd 1727 - May 2nd 1727

List of appearances by Daniel du Tot, and Marie Luce and Noé Le Sueur tuteurs of the children of Jean du Tot at the Court of the Fief and Seigneurie of Trinity

Reference: L/F/101/A/9/8

Date: April 20th 1698 - May 11th 1704

Extente of the rights and services due by the tenants of the Fief Haubert and Seigneurie of St Ouen

Reference: L/F/101/A/9/9

Date: November 4th 1703 - November 4th 1703

Extract from the Seigneurial Court of the Fief de Rozel of the extante of the Fief

Reference: L/F/102/A/12

Date: July 17th 1758 - July 17th 1758

Map of Jersey showing sands, rocks, soundings, oyster beds, fiefs, churches, major roads, valleys, moulins, manors, and defences published in 1757 by Jacques Nicolas Bellin (1703 - 1772) after the survey of 1755 by Captain Clement Lempriere. Dimensions - 59cm by 45cm

Reference: L/F/120/A/52

Date: 1757 - 1757

Map of Jersey from the survey made by Captain Clement Lempriere showing fiefs, soundings, sands, rocks, bays, churches and defences

Reference: L/F/120/A/75

Date: December 1st 1786 - December 1st 1786

Letters Patent of Charles II granting Helier de Carteret the Fief à L'Evesque d'Avranche in the parishes of Trinity and St Mary

Reference: L/F/99/A/10

Date: January 25th 1650 - January 25th 1650

Letters Patent of George II granting George Robin full power and authority to lease, exchange, assign or sell the Fief de L'Evesque d'Avranche

Reference: L/F/99/A/11

Date: September 24th 1748 - September 24th 1748

Letters Patent of Charles II granting Elie la Place the fiefs of Anneville, Everard, and Lampriere in the parish of St Martin

Reference: L/F/99/A/9

Date: January 12th 1650 - January 12th 1650

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