Richmond Map of the Island of Jersey 1795. An accurate survey and measurement of the island of Jersey surveyed by order of his grace the Duke of Richmond, Master General of the Ordnance.

Reference: D/AP/B/20

Date: 1795 - 1795

(Second copy) of map of the island of Jersey 1795. An accurate survey and measurement of the island of Jersey surveyed by order of his grace the Duke of Richmond, Master General of the Ordnance by the following surveying draftsmen: William Gardner Chief, Thomas Cubitt, Henry Lanzan, George Pink, Thomas Yeakell, Thomas Gream. Engraved by John Warner. The British Government responded to the growing French threat at the end of the eighteenth century by surveying the areas most at risk. As the Richmond map contained information useful to the enemy it was not made available to the public for another fifty years after 1795. (Very large map - folded)

Reference: D/AP/B/21

Date: 1795 - 1795

States official copy of letters patent granting to Thomas Overay Captain of Mont Orgueil Castle and Governor General, and to the Bailiff, Jurats and inhabitants of Jersey licence to import merchandise and certain cattle etc. in order to munition the Island and repair the castle which is stated to be in a ruinous state, sealed by the Bailiff 23 July 1506

Reference: D/AP/Z/3

Date: December 7th 1499 - December 7th 1499

Letters Patent of James I confirming Le Don Baudains. Laurens Baudains had established a College for the Instruction of Youth in Laudable Arts

Reference: D/AP/Z/4

Date: September 13th 1611 - September 13th 1611

Letters Patent of Charles I granting and confirming rights, privileges and liberties to Jersey, last membrane only. [PRO C66/2431 mem. 12]

Reference: D/AP/Z/5

Date: July 6th 1627 - July 6th 1627

Letters Patent of pardon to Philippe Dumaresq de Samares for offences committed during the time of the Civil War and Commonwealth

Reference: D/AP/Z/6

Date: November 27th 1660 - November 27th 1660

Letters Patent of pardon to Richard Duharnell for offences committed during the time of the Civil War and the Commonwealth

Reference: D/AP/Z/7

Date: December 22nd 1660 - December 22nd 1660

Letters Patent of Inspeximus, reciting, confirming and ratifying charter of Charles I given in 1629 and in token of his favour, Charles II gives the mace to be carried before the Bailiff

Reference: D/AP/Z/8

Date: October 10th 1662 - October 10th 1662

James II Letters Patent confirming ancient privileges granted by James I and granting further liberties

Reference: D/AP/Z/9

Date: April 15th 1687 - April 15th 1687

Letters Patent of licence to levy on wine, cider and apples imported into Jersey, the proceeds to be applied for the erection of a school, college or academy in St Helier. The residue to be used towards the erection of a House of Correction and the building and maintenance of a pier St Aubin

Reference: D/AP/Z/10

Date: April 14th 1669 - April 14th 1669

Francis II, Duke of Brittany's licence for publication throughout his dominions of the papal bull of neutrality in which Sixtius IV placed the Channel Islands under protection of the Church. Excommunication would be ordered on anyone molesting any Islanders either on land or sea within the sight of the Islands, and on all in authority who favoured such pirates

Reference: D/AP/Z/2

Date: 1484 - 1484

Confirmation by Richard II of the Edward III Charter (1341) granting privileges to Jersey

Reference: D/AP/Z/1

Date: November 10th 1378 - November 10th 1378

Photographs of grant by Elizabeth II of a new flag to Jersey (negatives D/AP/Z/12)

Reference: D/AP/Z/11

Date: December 10th 1980 - December 10th 1980

Negatives of photographs of grant by Elizabeth II of a new flag to Jersey

Reference: D/AP/Z/12

Date: December 10th 1980 - December 10th 1980

Letters patent/supplemental charter of Elizabeth II widening the status of boys acceptable to be eligible for the Howard Leopold Davis Scholarship Trust

Reference: D/AP/Z/13

Date: August 4th 1964 - August 4th 1964

Letters patent/supplemental charter of Elizabeth II allowing for girls as well as boys to be eligible for the Howard Leopold Davis Scholarship Trust

Reference: D/AP/Z/14

Date: January 20th 1976 - January 20th 1976

1881 Census

Reference: D/AP/C/A

1901 Census

Reference: D/AP/C/B

Census summaries

Reference: D/AP/C/C

Letters from C Le Hardy, Rector of St Peter, Jean Thomas Ahier, Rector of Trinity and the Rector of St Brealde to the President of the Committee concerned with the Cemetery of St Saviour with details of fees earnt for burials in their parshes

Reference: D/AP/D/1

Date: September 4th 1848 - September 5th 1848

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