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Plans of Government House and Office. Includes a translated copy of the contract between the States of Jersey and the Lieutenant Governor on behalf of HM, recording the sale of a house and land in St Helier, Fief du Prieur, and Fief de Collette des Augres from the States of Jersey to the Lieutenant Governor
Date: September 20th 1800 - February 4th 1983
Papers relating to a claim for land used for quarrying and agriculture by Mrs Y J Le Cornu, Hillside Stores, L'Etacq, St Ouen
Date: March 12th 1947 - April 11th 1947
Requisition of property at Egypt Farm, belonging to Mr G A Vautier. Later correspondence relating to entry to the lands at Egypt Farm
Date: August 9th 1943 - December 2nd 1943
List of 'chaefs de charettes ou aynes de Cinquantines' ie chief tenants who owed service to the Seigneur of the Fief de Vingt Livres and Fief Haubert and Seigneurie of St Ouen. List of names and area of land held
Date: May 12th 1675 - May 12th 1675
Extracts from the court rolls of the Fief Haubert and the Seigneurie of St Ouen relating to rentes, properties and judgements. Also includes: Order for tenants to bring details of their lands, duties, services and rentes to the next seigneurial court, 1670. Orders forbidding rights of passage across seigneurial land, the cutting of willows or plants, the drying or vraic and the allowing of boats on the pond, 1699. Judgement against Jean and Mathieu Le Rossignol for selling drink wihtout a licence, 1701. Rentes to be paid to Lady Anne Dumaresq, 1703
Date: 1610 - 1703
Date: 1951 - 1951
Date: 1938 - 1956
Date: 1962 - 1962
Date: 1947 - 1947
Note relating to a contract for the property Queen's Farm dated 11/09/1863 that was rented for a price of £84 annually with measurements of the different fields on the farm
Date: September 11th 1863 - September 11th 1863
Bail et vente between Abraham Baal, son of Abraham of the first party and Charles Edward Malet de Carteret, the Attorney General and Ernest Le Sueur, Greffier of the States acting on behalf of the Lunatic Asylum Committee of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of two certain pieces of land next to St Saviour's Hospital in Fief de Sa Majesté, St Saviour for the sum of £702 sterling. Registered: Livre 406, Folio 28.
Date: August 31st 1929 - August 31st 1929
Copy of a Bail et vente between Abraham Baal, son of Abraham of the first party and Charles Walter Duret Aubin, the Solicitor General and Hedley Le Riche Edwards, Greffier of the States acting on behalf of the Lunatic Asylum Committee of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of a certain piece of land containing 3 vergees, 17 perches and 20 pieds, part of a piece of land called Le Pré de la Ferme, next to St Saviour's Hospital in Fief de Sa Majesté and Fief de la Fosse Astelle, St Saviour for the sum of £344.11.8 sterling. Registered: Livre 406, Folio 28.
Date: March 25th 1933 - March 25th 1933
Draft Leases between Janet Elizabeth Maud Baal, née Baudains, widow of Abram John Baal of the first party and Francis de Lisle Bois, Greffier of the States acting on behalf of the Public Health Committee of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 for nine years of the plot of land comprising Le Clos de Devant, Le Pré de Devant, La Grand Pièce et les Prés, situated adjacent to St Saviour's Hospital and secondly the plot known as Le Clos des Ecorvées, St Saviour for the sum of £160.
Date: November 26th 1951 - November 26th 1951
General filing relating to the Jersey Mental Hospital, includes; newscuttings, events, visits, jobs, legislation, information relating to patients, annual reports, papers from the occupation, applications for extra rations, income tax returns, statistics, salaries and land
Date: October 12th 1925 - September 5th 1951
Account book for land and property purchases by the States of Jersey. Includes details of land and owner and amount land or property sold.
Date: November 8th 1860 - December 29th 1877
General papers from the Royal Jersey Militia. Bail et Vente between amy Helena Le Gallais, daughter of Albert and wife of Hubert archer Wilding Creaghe of the first party and Charles Edward Malet de Carteret, Advocat-General of the Crown and Ernest Le Sueur, Greffier of the Royal Court and the States of Jersey of the second party. Bail et Vente between 1 to 2 of a house called 'Les Rouges Maison', a piece of land called 'La Mielle des Rouges Maisons and 'La Mielle de Manoeuvres' in the parish of St Brelade. The house and surrounding land is sold for the sum of 2,000 pounds sterling to be paid in one payment.
Date: 1925 - 1925
Agreement between the Piers and Harbours Committee and Shell Mex Limited relating to a lease of land situated at St Helier Harbour.
Date: April 30th 1929 - April 30th 1929