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Bail a fin d heritages between Jean Le Gallais of the first party and Thomas Le Vavasseur dit Durell of the second party, records the lease in perpetuity of a certain piece of land situated in the parish of St Saviour for the sum of 4 ½ cabots of wheat of rente : Registered March 1713 [new style]
Date: July 26th 1712 - July 26th 1712
Document relating to a dispute about rente owed by the tenant after the decret of the heritage of Augustin Le Manquais
Date: April 4th 1701 - April 4th 1701
Bail de partage between Marthe Benest wife of Jean Bisson her authorisee present with the consent of Aaron Bisson tuteur of the children of Marie Benest his late wife and Elizabeth Benest wife of Jean Coutanche her authorisee, the said Marthe, Marie and Elizabeth are daughters of Philippe Benest of the first party and Philippe Benest their brother of the second party, records the lease from 1 to 2 of all lots parts and portions of heritage received from the Philippe Benest their father for the sum of 255 Livres and the payment and the payment of 3 ½ cabots of wheat to each sisters and the payment of all seigneurial rights due on the land: Registered
Date: October 7th 1712 - October 7th 1712
Bail a fin d heritages between Jean Amy son of Jean of the first party and Philippe Labbey of the second party, records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a certain piece of land measuring 18 perches situated in the parish of St Saviour on the Fief de Grainville for the sum of 10 sixtonniers of wheat of rente and the payment of all rentes and rights due on the land
Date: December 3rd 1712 - December 3rd 1712
Bail a fin d heritages between Jean Neel son of Nicollas of the first party and Jacques Marie of the second party, records the lease in perpetuity of a certain field situated in the parish of St Helier on the Fief de la Fosse for the sum of 65 sous tournois of rente and the payment of all seigneurial rights due on the land : [new style]
Date: January 24th 1713 - January 24th 1713
Date: June 4th 1713 - June 4th 1713
Jean Bisson son of Benjamin of the first party Benest Le Gros, recites that on the 17th day of November 1696 the said Jean Bisson leased a certain clos of land named as the Grand Clos and has failed to pay 2 fish which are due as rente to Edouard Quenaut
Date: May 21st 1702 - May 21st 1702
Bail et vente between Thomas Carter younger son of the Jean Carter and the late Anne Poingdestre his wife of the first party and Jean Carter older son of the said Jean and Anne of the second party, records the sale from 1 to 2 of all lots parts and portions of heritage received from his said mother with certain reservations for the sum of 105 livres and the payment of all rentes and rights: Registered August 1704 [catalogued new style]
Date: January 1st 1704 - January 1st 1704
Fragile document ... between Philippe Gruchy younger son of the late Philippe Gruchy and the late Guillemette Cabot... [text missing] : [catalogued new style]
Date: February 21st 1704 - February 21st 1704
Document relating to a dispute between Michel Lempriere Seigneur of the Fief de Dielament and Philippe Larbalestier over boundaries and access rights in the parish of Trinity
Date: February 27th 1703 - February 27th 1703
Vente de rente between Elizabeth Le Ber daughter of Jean of the first party and Philippe Larbalestier son of Michel of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity between 1 and two of 4 cabots of wheat of rente for the sum of 135 livres: Registered
Date: May 25th 1703 - May 25th 1703
Ratraite between Philippe Larbalestier acquirer of 1 cabot comblé [a heaped measure of grain] of wheat of rente from the heritage of Thomas Gruchy of the first party and Philippe De Gruchy who claims retrait lignager of the second party, 1 keeps posession of the said rente
Date: June 20th 1704 - June 20th 1704
Enagement Marie Le Vavasseur dit Durell daughter of the late Nicollas Le Vavasseur dit Durell and Marie Nicolle his wife has reached the age of 20 years and is judged competent to conduct her own affairs by Michel Dupré, Pierre Henry de Valleneuve, Clement Chevallier, Martin de Gruchy, Henry Nicolle, Elie Bisson, Daniel Le Preveu and Josué Le Prevost
Date: March 10th 1705 - March 10th 1705
Act of Guille Le Jons, tuteur of his nephew Phot de Rues by right of his wife and Fabian Valpy and Phlot du Bres, tenants of the Fief which formerly was Guilleaume de Chesney's [Fief du Chesnel]. Concerns the rights of the tenants living on the Fief.
Date: December 24th 1444 - December 24th 1444
Photograph of Professor C Northcote Parkinson showing members of La Société Jersiaise work being carried out on the restoration of the chapel of St Thomas d'Anneville at Anneville Manor, St Martin. Taken during a La Société Jersiaise visit to Guernsey. [Note on original slide refers to eleven different types of granite].
Date: July 31st 1971 - July 31st 1971
Research notes by Robin Cox relating to the Parish of St John includes; documents relating to the Fief es Poingdestres [Fief Mottier dit ès Poingdestres] in St John including court papers and rentes owed in the Fief, 1702-1860; original court book of the Fief du Mottier [Fief Mottier dit ès Poingdestres], 1625-1633; and partages des Héritages of the late Clement Le Gallais between Philippe Le Gallais, oldest son of Philippe, Philippe junior being nephew to the late Clement of the first party and Esther Le Boeuf, only daughter of Matthieu and Esther Le Gallais, Esther jr being niece to Clement of the second party. Includes the division of Clement's property including rights to the Fief ès Poingdestre to Philippe, dated 09/02/1856, registered Livre 214, Folio 71.
Date: 1625 - 1860
Research notes by Robin Cox relating to the Parish of Trinity includes; paperwork relating to the Sarre family including a booklet entitled 'The Sarres of Jersey' by Guillemine Fletcher, written notes, extracts from published articles; handdrawn maps of parts of Trinity with fields marked; files relating to Trinity roads and Roads Committee; file relating to articles and notes on Trinity including an article relating to Rozel, newscuttings relating to the parish including planning applications, historic houses and visite royale, notes, maps and transcript of a talk relating to Trinity Church and Churchyard; and newscuttings and articles relating to Trinity including St John's Manor, contracts, notes, extracts of maps
Research notes by Robin Cox relating to the Parish of Trinity includes; photographs including a funeral taking place at Trinity Church; booklets a leaflet relating to the Pallot Steam Museum, 'A Short History of Les Augrès Manor' by Joan Stevens and a sung eucharist to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the ordination of Reverend Arthur Charles Granger, taking place at Trinity Church; postcards of Trinity including Les Augrès Wesleyan Chapel, Bouley Bay, Trinity Church, Rozel Bay, Ebenezer Wesleyan Chapel and Carmel Wesleyan Chapel; file relating to La Feugerel and Les Marettes, Trinity, Blanche Pierre Quarry and Mont Ifer including the visite royale and a dispute relating to public pathways; file including notes, copies and maps relating to an aveux of the Fief de la Trinité, document that mentions the border of the Fief des Meleches, Trinity, a road at Trinity Manor and Trinity Church area; file including notes and an article on the Lemprière's of Dielament and the Dielament area and copies and notes relating to La Planque in Trinity; and index of court rolls relating to Trinity.
Research notes by Robin Cox relating to the Parish of Grouville including; a notebook relating to the sale of the old military cemetery in Grouville and the plans to build 5 bungalows on it including details of the excavation of the site and plans, copies of photographs, maps, plans for housing at Gorey, notes on the drains in the area of Old Forge Lane, copies of contracts and newscuttings; file of newscuttings relating to properties in Grouville and the death of a child in an accident involving a charabanc, copy of an apperiement of an unidentified fief in Grouville, a booklet relating to Grouville Church, report of a duel taking place near Grouville Common in 1799, paperwork and notes relating to the cemetery in Grouville and the Russian soldiers in Jersey; copy of the apperiement of the Fief du Roy, 1685, newscuttings relating to the Grouville fountain, notes on Clos de Rocdiere and copy of an apperiements of the Fief de la Reine; file relating to Grouville including a file relating to the effects of cholera in the parish in 1878, notes on burials at the cemetery, newscuttings, copies of contracts and maps, plan of Walford, Market Hill, St Aubin, newscuttings on the development of the former cemetery land, building homes for the aged, the pump at Le Marais a la Cocq, Le Catillon hoard, La Rocque and the parish fountain.
Research notebooks 11 and 12 by Robin Cox about the Fiefs, Fields and streams of St Helier, includes; newspaper cuttings, various photocopies of original documents, various drawings of maps, photocopied maps of St Helier. Files include an original document re Bail fief et Seigneurie de Melches et du fief es Cras dated 1st January 1869, newspaper cutting on Jersey Harbour, newspaper cuttings on the Bethnal Green Underground station Accident 3rd March 1943, photocopies of original documents, copy of Descent the official Journal of the Society of Australian Genealogists about dating old photographs from light poles, newspaper article about Michael Burn, various newspaper cuttings on the topic of fiefs and buying titles, document dated 4th November 1899 written by Ernest Le Sueur Greffier, newspaper articles about the Seigneur de Morville, a copy of the abolition of Seignorial Rights law in Jersey dated 1966, map showing parish boundaries, map showing Jersey fiefs.