Correspondence file concerning the appointments and resignations of the Lieutenant Bailiff, includes a list of those who held the position of Lieutenant Bailiff from 1367 - 1816

Reference: B/D/A/B3/1

Date: June 26th 1935 - September 21st 1983

Correspondence file concerning the appointments and resignations of the Lieutenant Bailiff

Reference: B/D/A/B3/2

Date: December 14th 1987 - July 23rd 2004

Letter book of outgoing correspondence of the Lieutenant Bailiff

Reference: B/D/B3/1

Date: May 30th 1887 - July 17th 1893

Digital copy of a Judgement laid in the Royal Court between Plaintiff Stuart Syvret, and Defendants Chief Minister [Terry Le Sueur], States Employment Board, States of Jersey, and Her Majesty's Attorney General by the Commissioner in the matter of an Application by the Defendants to strike out the Plaintiff's Order of Justice, and in the matter of an Application by the Plaintiff that the Commissioner recuse himself. Heard before Commissioner J P C Sumption, Esq., Q.C. Refers to presence of Solicitor H [Howard] Sharp acting for the Defendants, and Advocate R J C Wakeham's action as amicus curiae.

Reference: C/D/AW4/A2/22/WD009016

Date: June 20th 2011 - June 20th 2011

Will and Testament of George Philip Billot, Jurat of the Royal Court and Lieutenant Bailiff, of Fairview, St Martin and formerly of Dulgabeena, Grouville. Dated 26/03/1963. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/86/11

Date: April 29th 1965 - April 29th 1965

Extract from St James' Court regarding the conduct of the States in levying a charge of 30 guineas on the population, which was declared null by the King, the amount of members who should be in the States to pass acts and commenting on the behaviour of the Lieutenant Bailiff and other members of the States.

Reference: F/M/R2/17

Date: March 21st 1785 - March 21st 1785

Extract from St James' Court regarding complaints from the Lieutenant Bailiff and the Jurats of the Royal Court against the Clergy and Constables and vice versa.

Reference: F/M/R2/18

Date: June 24th 1786 - June 24th 1786

Images of Jurat Lester Vivian Bailhache, standing in the Royal Square with his two sons, Philip and William. These images are thought to have been taken after Jurat Bailhache was sworn in as Lieutenant Bailiff. Jersey Evening Post

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/2780

Date: January 15th 1980 - January 15th 1980

Photographer: Peter Mourant

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/2780.

Images of the Lieutenant Bailiff, Lester Vivian Bailhache, at his home at La Rosiere, Pontorson Lane, St. Clement. Jersey Evening Post

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/2815

Date: January 17th 1980 - January 17th 1980

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/2815.

Images of two gentlemen playing golf at the Royal Jersey Golf Club, Grouville. The images include former Lieutenant Bailiff Jurat Lee Bailhache. Jersey Evening Post

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/3187A

Date: February 27th 1980 - February 27th 1980

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/3187A

Images of several coats of arms related to island families. Pictured here are the coats of arms for: Edward Leonard Bisson, a Lieutenant Bailiff of Jersey (see images A to C); the Bertram, Boudier and D'auvergne families (see images D to F); Reverend William Lempriere, a Seigneur of Rozel (see images G and H); John Le Gallais (see images I and J); Howard Mourant, a Seigneur of Samarés (see images K and L); and John-Este Vibert (see images M to O). These images were taken at the Jersey Museum. Jersey Evening Post

Reference: L/A/75/A3/5/3434

Date: March 20th 1980 - March 20th 1980

Photographer: Peter Mourant

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/3434.

Letter from Lord de Carteret, London to Madam [Pipon?] assuring her that he will do all that is in his power to reconcile her husband [Philip Pipon] and the Lieutenant Bailiff

Reference: L/C/67/C2/20

Date: June 18th 1715 - June 18th 1715

Letter to Lady Carteret opposing the possible appoint of Joshuah Pipon as Lieutenant Bailiff to Lord Carteret and expressing the hope that Lord Carteret will come to Jersey as soon as he can

Reference: L/C/67/C2/21

Date: August 7th 1715 - August 7th 1715

Letter from Carteret, London to Philip Pipon, Kings Receiver, Jersey concerning his apprehensions on the appointment of Josue Pipon as Lieutenant Bailiff

Reference: L/C/67/C2/23

Date: August 23rd 1715 - August 23rd 1715

Copies of letters dated 1716 and 1750 from Lord Granville and Lord Carteret collated by Joshua Pipon, Notary Public concerning the dispute between the Lieutenant Bailiff and Mr Philip Pipon

Reference: L/C/67/C2/25

Date: December 24th 1799 - December 24th 1799

Letter from Lord Granville, Arlington Street to Mr [James] Pipon of Noirmont asking him to co-operate with Mr Lempriere, the Lieutenant Bailiff

Reference: L/C/67/C2/31

Date: April 3rd 1750 - April 3rd 1750

Series of accounts of contracts passed before the Royal Court and enrolments of the office of Lieutenant Bailiff

Reference: L/C/68/C5/1

Date: October 8th 1803 - September 28th 1816

Extract from the Royal Court showing that Charles Lempriere, Seigneur of Rozel was Lieutenant Bailiff

Reference: L/C/74/B/10

Date: May 2nd 1754 - January 21st 1762

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