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Partage of the Seigneurie of Longueville by Helier de Carteret and his wife, Rachel La Cloche, second daughter of Benjamin La Cloche to Carteret La Cloche, only son of Benjamin La Cloche. Registered 17/08/1661
Date: January 24th 1656 - January 24th 1656
Partage of the Seigneurie of Longueville by Helier de Carteret and his wife, Rachel La Cloche, second daughter of Benjamin La Cloche to Carteret La Cloche, only son of Benjamin La Cloche. Registered 17/08/1661 (translation)
Date: January 24th 1656 - January 24th 1656
Partage of a house and messuage in Grouville, formerly of Jean Payn of Hougue, with 11 vergées of land by Jean Le Hardy, gentleman, elder son and heir of Jean Le Hardy to Charles Le Hardy, one of the sons of Jean Le Hardy, and Elizabeth Le Hardy, daughter of Jean Le Hardy and wife of Josue Bonhomme
Date: January 21st 1668 - January 21st 1668
Order of the Privy Council of 26/08/1891 confirming the act of the States of 30/04/1891 titled 'Law relating to partages d' héritages'. Registered, printed by C D du Parcq, Printers.
Date: October 16th 1891 - October 16th 1891
Partage des Heritages between Philippe Mourant Richardson, procureur for John Westaway, son of John Nathanael Westaway, heir and great nephew to the late Harriet Westaway of the first part and Julia Westaway of the second part. Records the partage of properties between one and two. Contains details of all properties owned or part owned by Harriet and Julia Westaway.
Date: July 16th 1892 - July 16th 1892
Bound Partage des Heritages between John Nathanael Westaway, of the first part and Harriet Westaway of the and Julia Westaway of the second part. Records the partage of properties and personal property between one and two. Contains details of all properties owned or part owned by John Nathanael Westaway and Harriet and Julia Westaway. Registered: Livre 209, Folio 121. Includes a list of properties bequeathed as part of the Partage des Héritages of the late Harriet Westaway on 27/06/1892.
Date: December 31st 1853 - June 27th 1892
3 letters and 2 envelopes written by Jean Marett, in London, to Jean and George Marett, St Mary, Jersey, and to his mother. Dated 13/02/1849 Talks about a partage at the death of his father, Jean Marett (see D/Y/A/27/98).
Date: December 9th 1850 - December 9th 1850
Parchment [presumed to be from the original binding of the 16th century Samedi Livre] containing details of a Partages des Héritages of between Jehan/John Brayee eldest son of the late John Brayee who has the right through a retrait to the property of Edemond Brayee his brother younger son of the said John with Jacques Gorrey and Adam Cannivet on behalf of their wives - both daughters of the said John. Records the division of the property of John Brayee the elder between the three parties. John Brayee the younger receives a house and land including the Petit Camp du Neuf Clos, the Clos des Eves Crespel and rentes. John Brayee the younger on behalf od Edemond also receives land and rentes and Jacques Gourrey and Adam Cannivet receive land including six fields in the Piece du Moulin, 4 fields behind the house of Gustin Germain and five fields in the Piece des Hureaulx. [No Parishes are specified for the land]
Date: December 17th 1580 - December 17th 1580
Partage of Rentes between Clara Jane Houelbecq daughter of François Houelbecq of the first party and Alice Ann Houelbecq daughter of François Houelbecq of the second party. Records the division of rentes that belonged to Francis William Houelbecq Gentleman, their brother between 1 and 2. 1 receives 8 quartiers 1 cabot 5¼ sixtonniers of wheat of rente to be paid annually. 2 receives 8 quartiers 1 cabot 5 sixtonniers of wheat of rente to be paid annually. Registered: Book 379 folio 7
Date: May 8th 1920 - May 8th 1920
Partage des Héritage between Walter Duret Aubin Esquire eldest son of Daniel Aubin and principal heir of his uncle Alfred Aubin Gentleman of the first party and George Henry Buesnel Gentleman only son of George Anstis Buesnel and the deceased Henriette Elizabeth Aubin his wife, Joseph Morris tuteur [guardian] of Harry Morris his son whose mother was Helena Aubin of the second party - both Elizabeth and Helena Aubin are daughters of Daniel Aubin. Records the division between 1 and 2 of the real estate of Daniel Aubin; 1 receives 14, Hilgrove Lane, St Helier, Fief de Collette des Augrès and 67 quartiers 4 cabots of wheat of rente. George Henry Buesnel receives 16, Hilgrove Lane, St Helier, Fief de Collette des Augrès and 67 quartiers 5 cabots 1½ sixtonniers of wheat of rente. Harry Morris receives 67 quartiers 1½ sixtonniers of wheat of rente Registered: Book 316 folio 204
Date: April 6th 1895 - April 6th 1895
Partage des Héritage between Joseph Clément only son of Joseph Clément and the deceased Anne Le Huquet his wife of the first party and Frederick Richardson Le Brun Gentleman curator for Joseph Clem Becquet only son of Jean François Constant Becquet and Anne Elizabeth Clément his wife - both deceased, and Douce Clément wife of John George Edwards of the second party. Records the division of the immovable estate of Anne Le Huquet; 1 receives a house called 'Les Jardins', Fliquet, St Martin, Fief de Rozel as well as fields and rentes. Joseph Clem Becquet gets a little house at Fliquet, St Martin, Fief de Rozel and rentes. Douce Clément receives rentes. Registered: Book 331 folio 277
Date: October 20th 1900 - October 20th 1900
Partage des Héritage between Leonard Joshua Le Boutillier son of John Le Boutillier and the deceased Marie Anne Coutanche his wife daughter of Josué Coutanche of the first party and Elizabeth Marie Le Boutillier sister of 1 of the second party. Records the division of the immovable property of Josué Coutanche. 1 receives Glengyle bordered on the west by Roseville Street, St Helier, Fief de la Fosse, 1, Plaisance Terrace bordered on the north by Plaisance Road, St Saviour, Fief de Grainville and rentes. 2 receives 2, Norfolk Terrace, bordered on the east by Almorah Road and on the south by the Grande Route de Rouge Bouillon, St Helier, Fief de Mélèches, 20, Seaton Place, St Helier, Fief du Prieur, and rentes. Registered: Book 333 folio 81
Date: April 20th 1901 - April 20th 1901
Date: 1988 - 1990
Reference: DD/CLE 7/1
Date: 1919 - 1919
Date: May 19th 1846 - November 10th 1904
Date: December 17th 1891 - May 23rd 1974
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.
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.
Date: December 30th 1837 - December 30th 1837
Partage des Héritages of the late Marie de Carteret wife of Edouard Journeaux between Edouard Journaux son and prinicipal heir of Edouard Jouneaux and Marie de Carteret of the first party and Margueritte Remon widow of of Jean Journeaux, Jean Vibert Procureur of Nicolas Journeaux and Margueritte Journeaux, all younger children of Edouard Journeaux and Marie de Carteret. Both parties receive rentes. Registered Book 48 folio 67
Date: June 21st 1760 - June 21st 1760