Retrait between James Corbet Viscount of the Island of Jersey and Jean Neell aquirer of a certain clos of land named Le Clos de Godel from the Heritage of Philippe Le Hardy of the first party and the said Philippe Le Hardy who claims retrait by remere [the option of repurchase] of the second party. 2 reimburses 1 the sum of 895 Livres 10 sols and takes possession. Enregistered 26/12/1696

Reference: L/C/112/L6/21

Date: December 22nd 1696 - December 22nd 1696

Retrait between Jean Neell son of Nicolas acquirer of a certain property from the heritage of Michel Poindextre the said property is situated in the parish of St Helier of the first party and Abram Poindextre who claims Retrait Lignager of the second party. 2 does not appear and1 retains possession of the said property. Enregistered August 1699

Reference: L/C/112/L6/23

Date: August 6th 1699 - August 6th 1699

Retrait between Jean Aubin son of Jean aquirer of 9 cabots of wheat of rente from the heritages of Marie Aubin daughter of ... Aubin of the first party and Estienne Aubin who claims retrait lignager of the second party. 2 pays 1 for the said rente and takes possession. Enregistered 1644

Reference: L/C/112/L6/7

Date: July 25th 1644 - July 25th 1644

Retrait, Aaron Bisson acquirer of a certain house and land from the heritage of Phillippe Gruchy younger son of the late Philippe Gruchy and the late Guillemette Cabot his wife after the heritage of the late Olivier Gruchy his brother of the first party and Francois Gruchy who Claims retrait lignager. 2 does not appear 1 retains posession of the said property and land

Reference: L/C/112/L7/1

Date: October 28th 1704 - October 28th 1704

Retrait between Helier Hamelin procureur of Thomas Martel acquirer of 2 cabots of wheat of rente from the heitage of Pierre Le Manquais of the first party and Josué Bisson who claims retrait lignager 2 takes posession of the said rente and reimburses 1 for the value: Registered April 1689

Reference: L/C/126/A1/3

Date: April 17th 1686 - April 17th 1686

Retrait between Philippe Amy who has acquired part of the heritage of Charles Hamon of the first party and Thomas Hamon who claims Retrait Lignager of the second party 2 takes possession and 1 is reimbursed for the said heritage: Registered Livre 45 folio 88

Reference: L/C/148/A1/8

Date: April 4th 1755 - April 4th 1755

Retrait 17 cabots of wheate of rente purchased by George Collas from the heritage of Jean Pain son of Julien son of Aaron son of Thomas of the first party and Clement Nicolle tutire [tuteur] of the children of Jean Aubin who claims Retrait Lignager, 1 keeps possession and reimburses 2 for the said rente

Reference: L/C/323/A3/29

Date: May 9th 1635 - May 9th 1635

bail à fin d'héritages between Lucas Collas of the first party and George Collas his son of the second party 2 who has aquired by right of retrait of Abraham Le Mestre the sum of 17 cabots of wheat of rente. Records the lease in perpetuity of 9 cabots of wheat for the sum of 50 Escus

Reference: L/C/323/A3/30

Date: June 12th 1637 - June 12th 1637

Cases heard in Chief Pleas d'Heritage Elie Dumaresq acquirer of 14 cabots of wheat of rente of the first party and Philippe Pipon Seigneur of the Fief and Seigneurie of Noirmont of the second party who claims retrait. 1 keep possession and pays 2 to reimburse the said rente. Jean Le Feuvre pays Philip Pipon Seigneur of the Fief and Seigneurie of Noirmont for a certain cotil of land : Registered 28th of March 1700 [catalogued new style]

Reference: L/C/323/A3/72

Date: November 26th 1698 - November 26th 1698

Retrait Lignager heard before David Bandinel Vicompte between Jean Touzel who has acquired a certain piece of land from the heritage of Elizabeth Le Feuvre on the authority of Clement Bourdon her husband of the first party and George Messervy and Jean Le Feuvre of the second party and.Jean Touzel and Philippe Touzel and Helier Touzel sons of Jean Touzel who claim retrait as a third party and protest the right of Messrs Messervy and Le Feuvre. 3 takes posession in thirds and reimburses 1 for the cost of the land

Reference: L/C/323/A4/2

Date: October 25th 1712 - October 25th 1712

Retrait Lignager heard before David Bandinel Vicompte between Jean Touzel who has acquired a certain piece of land from the heritage of Elizabeth Le Feuvre on the authority of Clement Bourdon her husband of the first party and George Messervy and Jean Le Feuvre of the second party and.Jean Touzel and Philippe Touzel and Helier Touzel sons of Jean Touzel who claim retrait as a third party and protest the right of Messrs Messervy and Le Feuvre. 3 takes posession in thirds and reimburses 1 for the cost of the land; [Attached note reads that the Bailiff is Sir Charles de Cartered Seigneur of St Ouen and Sark a member of the Privy Council and the last of the direct line]

Reference: L/C/323/A4/3

Date: October 25th 1712 - November 24th 1714

Retrait between Daniel Valpy dit Janvrin Pierre Valpy dit Janvrin and Adrearn [Adrian] Valpy dit Janvrin of the first party and Charles de Carteret administrator son of Richard who claims retrait of a sum of rente on behalf of the said Charles de Carteret. 2 takes posession and reimburses 1 for the said rente [number 52] [catalogued new style]

Reference: L/C/366/A3/11

Date: March 16th 1711 - March 16th 1711

David Le Feuvre dit Fielastre acquirer of the heritage of Jean de Carteret son Pierre of the first party and Jean de Carteret son of Richard son of Jean tuteur of the younger children of Richard de Cartert son of Pierre who claims retrait and claims negligance or fraud, 2 takes posession and compensates 2 : Registered 26th of March 1720 [catalogued new style] [number 60]

Reference: L/C/366/A3/19

Date: 1719 - 1719

Vente de rente between Jean de Carteret son of Richard son of Pierre, the said Jean is principal heir to the collateral succession of the late Charles de Carteret his brother of the first party and David Le Feuvre dit Fielaistre of the second party, records the sale from 8 cabots of wheat of rente annually for the sum of 300 livres: Registered 6th of January 1719 [catalogued new style] [number 61]

Reference: L/C/366/A3/20

Date: October 10th 1718 - October 10th 1718

... [text missing possibly Jean] Priaux acquirer of part of the heritage of the heirs of Francois Messervy of the first party, and ... [text missing] procureur of Anne Pipon widow of Daniel Messervy and tuteur of their children who claims retrait of the second party 2 takes posession and reimburses1 for the said heritage: Registered April 1730 [number 68]

Reference: L/C/366/A3/29

Date: 1730 - 1730

Retrait between Adrien Désreaux acquirer of of part of the heritage of Nicolas Le Marquand of the first party and Jean Le Marquand who claims he has recovered part of the estate of his relative the said Nicolas which was previously acquired by another relative Philippe Leall of the third party, who claims ratrait together with fraud collusion and negligance. 2 is found to have acted correctly and has paid 1 for the full value of the property in dispute plus expenses and is the rightful possessor of the land Registered 1740 [new style] [75]

Reference: L/C/366/A3/38

Date: December 20th 1739 - December 20th 1739

Retrait betweenThomas Alixandre son of Guille of the first party and Leonard Bisson purchaser of 5 cabots of wheat of the second party.1 claims retrait takes possession and reimburses 2 for the value of the said rente: George Poulet Bailiff [catalogued new style]

Reference: L/C/51/C3/5

Date: 1612 - 1612

Retrait between Jean Mauger son son of Elie of the first party and Jean Pipon tuteur of the children of... who claims retrait lignager of the second party... [parts of this document have been cut]

Reference: L/C/51/C4/13

Date: September 19th 1728 - September 19th 1728

Retrait between Matthieu Alexandre acquirer of part of the heritage of Thomas Robin of the first party and Jean Robin who claims retrait. 2 fails to appear in court and 1 keeps posession: Registered 13th of April 1735

Reference: L/C/51/C4/22

Date: April 7th 1735 - April 7th 1735

Bail between Matthieu Alexandre of the first party and and Benjamin Le Geyt of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a certain piece of land known as La Lande Morceaux situated in the parish of St Brelade on the Fief du Roi for the sum of 2 cabots of bled moture of rente annually and the payment of all rights and redeverences due on the land

Reference: L/C/51/C4/23

Date: April 26th 1735 - April 26th 1735

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