Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: Abattoirs at Herm and Argentine cattle; Acts of Parliament; proposed arsenal in St Helier; ordnance for the militia; improvements at the asylum; auditors' reports; import duties on the baggage of soldiers and sailors; pews in parish churches; ban on animal imports; Bills to Parliament; sale of cockles; appeal case relating to Julia Westaway will; hand over of Mont Orgueil to States and works there; rifle range at Blanches Banques; introduction of dogs to the island; colonial marriages; import accounts; trial of Thomas Connan; correspondence with the Privy Council; ecclesiastical constitutions; industrial schools; special flag for 'Duke of Normandy'; Jersey Mutual Fire Insurance Society; rules of Jersey Savings Bank; joint stock companies; Lt Governor's veto; merchant shipping; militia rolls; seigneural dues on land near Mont Orgueil and the signal station there; trading stamps; Victoria Cottage Homes report; editor of the Jersey Times called to the bar of the States and the Workmans' Compensation Bill

Reference: C/A5/11

Date: January 16th 1906 - November 11th 1908

Agreement for the sale of the Fiefs and Seigneurie of St Germain, Handois, Les Quatorze Quartiers or Garis with the Fief of Grainville by George, Lord Carteret to Jean Durell, gentleman. Includes list of seigneurial dues

Reference: D/AL/A/1/19

Date: July 14th 1693 - July 14th 1693

Agreement for the sale of the Fiefs and Seigneurie of Meleches by George, Lord Carteret to George Bandinel, gentleman. Includes list of seigneurial dues and reference to the Moulin de Nicolle

Reference: D/AL/A/1/20

Date: July 14th 1693 - July 14th 1693

Agreement for the sale of the Fief and Seigneurie of Noirmont by George, Lord Carteret to Elie Pipon, gentleman. Includes list of seigneurial dues

Reference: D/AL/A/1/21

Date: July 14th 1693 - July 14th 1693

Part of a translation of D/AL/A/21 Agreement for the sale of the Fief and Seigneurie of Noirmont by George, Lord Carteret to Elie Pipon, gentleman. Includes list of seigneurial dues

Reference: D/AL/A/1/22

Date: July 14th 1693 - July 14th 1693

Copy of grant of interest in the Manor Fief and Seigneurie of Rozel by George, Lord Carteret to Philippe Durell, elder son of Jean Durell

Reference: D/AL/A/1/23

Date: July 14th 1693 - July 14th 1693

Agreement for sale of the Fief and Seigneurie of Chesnel by George, Lord Carteret to Abraham de Carteret, gentleman. Includes list of seigneurial dues

Reference: D/AL/A/1/24

Date: July 17th 1693 - July 17th 1693

Judgement in case brought by Charles de Carteret, Seigneur of the Fief of Haubert and Seigneurie of St Ouen against Mathieu de Caen and Philippe Le Brocq concerning the payment of dues

Reference: D/AL/A/1/33

Date: April 27th 1700 - April 27th 1700

Cession et Abandon of Seigneurial Rights between Adolphus Hilgrove Turner Procureur General du Roi and Théodore Le Gallais Receveur General des Revenues de sa Majesté of the first party and Francois Le Brocq Constable and James John Balleine and Jean Du Val Procureurs du Bien Public of the Parish of St Peter of the second party. [Relates to previous contract F/K/L1/38] 1 abandons to 2 in perpetuity all Seigneurial rights due on the land called Le Vieux Jardin for the sum of £3 10s 3d paid as compensation. Registered Livre 333 folio 207

Reference: F/K/L1/39

Date: May 4th 1901 - May 4th 1901

Rembours de Rente between the Reverend Francis de Gruchy Rector of the Parish of St.Peter, Francois Le Brocq Constable amd Jean Du Val and Gordon Malzard Procurerus du Bien Public and John William Shelland on of the Surveillants of the said parish in the name of the poor of the parish of the first party and Peter Falla Procureur of George William Henry Le Feuvre son of George William. Recites that 1 owes 2 1 quartier of wheat of rente annually. Records the payment from 1 to 2 of £18. Registered Livre 337 folio 263

Reference: F/K/L1/40

Date: May 4th 1901 - May 4th 1901

Bail a Termage [Lease for a specified time] between Francis Vibert Le Feuvre Constable and Gordon Malzard and William Charles Alexandre Procureurs du Bien Public of the Parish of St Peter and Marquand George de la Haye. Records the lease for 1 year of a certain Close situated near the National School for the sum of £4 10s

Reference: F/K/L1/41

Date: October 30th 1908 - October 30th 1908

Notes and rentals due to the Fief de Chesnel and rentes received. Also includes notes on people working for the Fief and pay given, accounts, a bankruptcy case concerning Denis Nicolle and his wife Elizabeth Neel, accounts of the militia including fines for not turning up for duty, accounts of Jean Bisson with H Nicolle and a love song. The volume has not been fully indexed

Reference: L/C/112/A3/1

Date: 1732 - 1829

File of receipts for payment of Seigneurial rentes to the Fief Chesnel.

Reference: L/C/112/A3/2

Date: 1874 - 1909

List of individuals owing rentes on the Fief Chesnel

Reference: L/C/112/A3/3

Date: 1882

List of individuals owing rentes on the Fief Chesnel

Reference: L/C/112/A3/4

Date: 1884

List of individuals owing rentes on the Fief Chesnel

Reference: L/C/112/A3/5

Date: 1886

List of individuals owing rentes on the Fief Chesnel

Reference: L/C/112/A3/6

Date: 1888

List of individuals owing rentes on the Fief Chesnel

Reference: L/C/112/A3/7

Date: 1890

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