Extract of testament produced in the Ecclesiastical Court of Jersey and used to support the partage of the late Philippe Amy

Reference: L/F/500/A3/1

Date: April 8th 1884 - April 8th 1884

Inventory of the goods of the late Philippe Labey produced in the Royal Court of Jersey at the request of Jane Labey oldest daughter and principal heir of the said late Philippe Labey and by Harriet Labey, Eliza Labey, Louisa Labey, and Philippe Labey younger children of the said Philippe. The inventory lists all material possessions of the deceased on a room by room basis. Inventory includes livestock and the contents of the bakehouse together with all obligations that have a claim on the estate marked as paid or still outstanding

Reference: L/F/500/A3/2

Date: January 10th 1879 - January 10th 1879

Document relating to the drawing up of the inventory of the possessions of the late Philippe Labey

Reference: L/F/500/A3/3

Date: January 27th 1879 - February 21st 1880

Document relating to financial position of the estate mobiliaire of the late Philippe Labey. All interested parties are listed and a total is given as the amount of money comprising the estate. A total sum of £211 8s 4d is given and Jane Labey, Harriet Labey, Eliza Labey and Louisa Labey sign and declare that they have examined the account and have found it to be correct

Reference: L/F/500/A3/4

Date: May 20th 1880 - May 20th 1880

Itemised legal bill for £21 7s 6d presented by Advocates Larbalestier and Ogier Procureurs for Jane Labey for preparation of documents relating to the estate and partage of her father the late Philippe Labey

Reference: L/F/500/A3/5

Date: May 20th 1880 - May 20th 1880

Obligation dated 1872 between Philippe Labey and Francis Le Sueur for the sum of £144 and produced as part of the estate of the late Philippe Labey in 1881 signed by Viscount Gervaise Le Gros

Reference: L/F/500/A3/6

Date: 1872 - 1881
Le Sueur

Note relating to calls of the Weymouth and Channel Islands Steam Packet company on 5 shares held by Philippe Amy and unpaid as of the 31st of December 1889. The amount outstanding amounts to a total of £47 15s 9d. The reverse of the document notes that Philippe Amy son of Philippe has paid the requested amount in full and it is signed Elias Neel Director

Reference: L/F/500/A3/7

Date: 1872 - 1881

Bill for £1 17s 6d presented to Harriet Labey by W G Aubin for legal services including attendence at her residence for 3 hours on Wednesday the 9th of November preparing procurations and for cab fare from town

Reference: L/F/500/A3/8

Date: August 22nd 1881 - August 22nd 1881

Bill for £22 16s 3d presented by W G Aubin to Jane Labey and Eliza Labey in connection with the collateral succession of their sister the late Harriet Labey this includes monies received from the partage of her father the late Philippe Labey

Reference: L/F/500/A3/9

Date: August 22nd 1881 - August 22nd 1881

Itemised inventory of the succession of the late Philippe Labey prepared by the Viscount Gervaise Le Gros, includes accounts to be paid and a final balance of £49 8s 2d for the estate

Reference: L/F/500/A3/10

Date: February 4th 1880 - February 4th 1880

Document showing papers drawn up to support the partage of Jane Labey and the legal fees charged for each action totalling £21 7s 6d with a balance of £7 3s outstanding

Reference: L/F/500/A3/12

Date: 1891 - 1891

Document showing papers drawn up to support the succession of the late Anne Millais, this includes a description of the Aubin family line.

Reference: L/F/500/A3/13

Date: 1891 - 1891

Document showing papers drawn up to support the succession of the late Anne Millais, this includes a description of the Aubin family line.

Reference: L/F/500/A3/14

Date: 1891 - 1892

Order of Justice brought by Lydia Jane Mourant widow of Philippe du Parcq Amy, the document names the three minor children of the marriage Philippe Mourant Amy, Alfred Labey Amy and Lydia Ella Amy to name a tuteur. It is stated that there is an urgent need to appoint a tuteur as the three minor children need representation due to the succession of their late father Philippe du Parcq Amy. Five separate documents also relate to the appointment of a tuteur

Reference: L/F/500/A3/16

Date: 1900 - 1900

Series of notes relating to the succession of the Amy and Anthoine family of le Catillon. There are rough sketches of land annotated with the name of a family member and various notes recording rentes paid and received

Reference: L/F/500/A3/17

Date: 1883 - 1883

Itemised list of documents prepared for Philippe du Parcq Amy and Jane Susan Amy [Mrs Labey] by Larbalestier and Ogier solicitors, this includes documents relating to succession and procurations and documents preparared for the testament and succession of the late Anthoine Amy and documents prepared in Spanish for the Consuls of Montevideo and Uruguay. The total sum for preparation of these documents is given as £1727 9s 4d

Reference: L/F/500/A3/18

Date: 1889 - March 28th 1891

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