Extract from the rolls d'Héritage concerning the regulation of prices

Reference: D/AL/A/1/1

Date: January 16th 1536 - January 16th 1536

Copies of contracts relating to land at L'Etacq, St Ouen and case of claims to wreck at St Ouen by Helier de Carteret which includes a description of the boundaries of the fief of St Ouen

Reference: D/AL/A/1/2

Date: 1592 - 1646

Extracts from the court rolls of the Fief Haubert and the Seigneurie of St Ouen relating to rentes, properties and judgements. Also includes: Order for tenants to bring details of their lands, duties, services and rentes to the next seigneurial court, 1670. Orders forbidding rights of passage across seigneurial land, the cutting of willows or plants, the drying or vraic and the allowing of boats on the pond, 1699. Judgement against Jean and Mathieu Le Rossignol for selling drink wihtout a licence, 1701. Rentes to be paid to Lady Anne Dumaresq, 1703

Reference: D/AL/A/1/3

Date: 1610 - 1703

Transcripts of records held in London listing bailiffs, viscounts, deputies, provosts and jurats of Jersey and details from the Quo Warranto rolls

Reference: D/AL/A/1/4

Date: 1615 - 1615

Depositions of witnesses in case relating to the right of wreck at St Ouen claimed by Philip de Carteret

Reference: D/AL/A/1/5

Date: 1618 - 1618

Copy of letters patent granting Henry de Vic the office of secretary for the French tongue

Reference: D/AL/A/1/6

Date: September 27th 1635 - September 27th 1635

Letter from Hobson to the Attorney General, Viscount and Advocat of Jersey conveying the King's command to value the White Mill at Grouville

Reference: D/AL/A/1/7

Date: January 25th 1649 - January 25th 1649

Transcript of certificate of George Carteret for expenditure for the period 1646-1650, arising from a lease and grant (with tithes of corn in St Saviour) by Sir Thomas Jermyn, former Governor of Jersey. Endorsed with acknowledgment of Osmund Cooke, Paymaster of the Royal Garrison in Jersey, of receipt of 48,000 livres for 'the paye and entertainment of His Majesties new garrisons'

Reference: D/AL/A/1/8

Date: June 12th 1652 - June 12th 1652

Transcript of bail by George de Carteret, Seigneur of Melesche Grainville and Norimont to Thomas Le Breton, Senior, of all dues from the Seigneurie of Noirmont for three years, except for two quarters of wheat and twenty livres tournois each year assigned to the widow and children of Jean Dean. Also includes a payment of thirty livres tournois to the Minister and Deacon of St Brelade and fifty livres tournois to the Minister and Deacon of St Peter

Reference: D/AL/A/1/9

Date: December 8th 1655 - December 8th 1655

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

Letter from the Bailiff and Jurats of Jersey to M de Carteret, King's Vice Chamberlain at Whitehall in reply to complaints against them on questions of justice. All letters and orders should be on just foundations and recourse to Royal justice should not be on false pretexts. All the complaints with which they are troubled are false. They seek protection necessary for the exercise of their duties.

Reference: D/AL/A/1/12

Date: August 22nd 1663 - August 22nd 1663

Remonstrance on the administration of the public good of Jersey relating to the introduction of surveillants (churchwardens) into parish administration on the order of the 34th article of Ecclesiastical Discipline. Signed by the Bailiff, Jurats, Constables and Centeniers. Recites that the adminstration of parish funds has been the responsibility of parish constables, being elected members of the States, and in consultation with the minister of the parish, other parish officers and the heads of families at monthly meetings.

Reference: D/AL/A/1/13

Date: May 22nd 1664 - May 22nd 1664

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

Reference: D/AL/A/1/14

Date: January 21st 1668 - January 21st 1668

Reply of the inhabitants of Jersey to the certificate of the Commissioners of Customs, addressed to the Lords Commissioners for the affairs of Jersey. This concerns the proposal that Jersey send two small ships a year to trade in the royal plantations without paying customs dues and opposition to the proposal

Reference: D/AL/A/1/15

Date: April 18th 1672 - April 18th 1672

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

Fragment of bill from Watkins to the Right Honourable the [....] for household items

Reference: D/AL/A/1/18

Date: April 4th 1689 - April 4th 1689

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

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