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

Reference: D/AL/A/1/10

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)

Reference: D/AL/A/1/11

Date: January 24th 1656 - January 24th 1656

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

Reference: D/AL/A/1/16

Date: May 12th 1675 - May 12th 1675

Letter from her tenants to the Baroness of Hagues, Dame of the Fief and Seigneurie of Grainville, in London, seeking her protection against unjust behaviour of M de la Cloche, 25 signatories

Reference: D/AL/A/1/17

Date: October 30th 1680 - October 30th 1680

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

Agreement concerning the payment of a rente due for the Fief and Seigneurie of Rosel between George, Lord Carteret and Jean Durel, gentleman and guardian of his elder son, Philippe Durel

Reference: D/AL/A/1/27

Date: August 22nd 1693 - August 25th 1693

Images of Rozel Manor which was possibly to be used as a war hospital [see JWP 11/11/1939 ]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 6 of Red Contact File 12 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/12/CS6/7

Date: 1939-01 - November 11th 1939

Images of framed charters which relate to Rozel Manor. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 7 of Red Contact File 12 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/12/CS7/4

Date: 1939-01 - November 11th 1939

Bail à fin d'héritage between Jean Gruchy son of Pierre of the first party and George Oury Lemprière, Seigneur of the Fief and Seigneurie de Chesnel of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a certain piece of land in Mont Mado, St John for the sum of 4 quartiers of wheat rente. Registered: Livre 142, Folio 69.

Reference: L/C/119/A1/26

Date: August 5th 1826 - August 5th 1826

Copy of a resignation between Philippe de Carteret Chevalier, Seigneur of the Seigneurie of Fief Haubert, St Ouen and Fief des Vingts Livres, dependance of the aforesaid Seigneurie of the first party and François de Carteret, Helier de Carteret, Philippe Le Montais and Philippe Fondan authorised to act as the Chef de Prevote for the tenants of the aforesaid Fief des Vingts livres of the second party. Records the resignation of 1 to certain seigeneurial rights owed by 2.

Reference: L/C/231/A2/13

Date: April 30th 1625 - April 30th 1625

Extract from the Cour d'Héritage between Philippe Dumaresq Seigneur of the Fief et Seigneurie of Samaresq of the first party and Amyce de Carteret Seigneur of the Fief et Seigneurie of Trinity of the second party concerning the precedence in the Court of the two Seigneuries.

Reference: L/C/66/B11/1

Date: September 26th 1661 - September 26th 1661

Nomination and appointment of Charles Querée to undertake the service of Cavalier by riding a horse for the Seigneurie of Trinity whilst the Seigneur is serving in the Navy

Reference: L/C/66/B12/13

Date: July 14th 1801

Measurement of lands belonging to the Seigneurie of Trinity

Reference: L/C/66/B8/1

Date: 1779 - 1779

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