Statement of rights inserted into the register. Philippe Benest leaves Aaron Bisson by right of Philippe Gruchy heir of Philippe Gruchy his father after decret of Olivier Gruchy his brother the sum of 3 cabots 5 sixtonniers or barley. A later note has been added by Jean Touzel executor

Reference: L/C/112/L7/2

Date: 1706 - 1706

Extract of an action relating to a dispute over 2 ½ cabots of wheat of rente between Jean Lempriere Minister of the Parish of Grouville, Philippe Amy Constable of the Parish and Francois Amy amd Edouard Falla procureurs du Bien Public and Aaron Gruchy by right of Philippe Gruchy heir of Aaron Gruchy his father after decret of Olivier Gruchy his brother

Reference: L/C/112/L7/3

Date: September 26th 1706 - September 26th 1706

Philippe Labey, Thomas Labey, Anne Gallichan widow of Thomas Labey and tutrice of his infant children, Thomas Labey oldest son and principal heir of the late Thomas with Aaron Bisson by right of Philippe Gruchy from the heritage of his father Philippe Guchy after the decret of Olivier Gruchy his brother revokes the remainder of his claim in the action against the the Minister, Constables and Procureurs of the Parish of Grouville and renounces posession of the said 2½ cabots of wheat received by Thomas Labey by right of the sale of the house of Thomas Laffoley to the said Olivier Gruchy on behalf of the poor of the parish

Reference: L/C/112/L7/4

Date: May 9th 1706 - May 9th 1706

Bail à fin d'héritages between Aaron Guerdain son and principal heir of the late Aaron Guerdain of the first party and Richard Romeril son of George of the second party Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a certain clos of land purported to be named Le Grand Clos de Briard situated in the Parish of St Helier on the Fief de Meleches, for the sum of 6 quartiers 4 cabots of wheat of rente with the consent of Denys Guerdain oldest son of the said Aaron Guerdain. 1720-01-02 [new style]

Reference: L/C/112/L7/5

Date: August 8th 1719 - August 8th 1719

Extract from from the burial register of Trinity Parish Church for Martin Le Masurier who was buried on the 11 of February 1729.

Reference: L/C/112/L7/6

Date: February 11th 1729 - February 11th 1729

Extract from a judgement of the Royal Court of Jersey dated 23rd of February 1717. Robert Renouf husband of Marie Le Vavasseur Dit Durell is accused of maltreating his wife who has brought a case against him for separation de biens. A further judgement dated the 7th day of October 1718 records further details of the case

Reference: L/C/112/L7/5a

Date: August 8th 1719 - August 8th 1719

Receipt from the farm of Aaron Bisson to Philippe Picot dated 1735

Reference: L/C/112/L7/7

Date: 1735 - 1735

Note detailing the measurement of land in an accord between Jean de Gruchy and Josué Le Masurier measuring the land of the late Jean Le Sueruer

Reference: L/C/112/L7/8

Date: 1735 - 1735

Vente de rente between Anne Le Gallais daughter and principal heir of the late Philippe Le Gallais of the first party and Richard Romeril son of George of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 2 quartiers of wheat of rente for the sum of 50 livres sterling. Enegistered 31st October 1834

Reference: L/C/112/L7/11

Date: November 2nd 1734 - November 2nd 1734

Vente de rente between Elizabeth Laurens daughter of the late Philippe Laurens and wife and procuratrice of Henry Nicolle of the first party and Philippe Larbalestier son of Philippe of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of 8 cabots 4 ½ sixtonniers of wheat of rente for the sum of 366 Livres 11 souls 8 deniers tournois of the order of the King. Enregistered January 1736

Reference: L/C/112/L7/12

Date: October 10th 1735 - October 10th 1735

Procuration Richard Romeril names constitutes and establishes Jean Renouf to conduct his business affairs. Registered Livre 9 folio 158

Reference: L/C/112/L7/13

Date: May 17th 1753 - May 17th 1753

Bail à fin d'héritages between Josué Le Masurier son of Josué son of Martin of the first party and Jean de Gruchy son of Jean son of Thomas of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity between 1 and 2 of a certain clos of land named Le Vallet situated on the Campagne de Petit Port in the parish of Trinity on the Fief de Dielament measuring 2 vergees 2 perches 21 pieds for the sum of 9 cabots of wheat of rente. The measurement of land is agreed by both parties. Registered Livre 45 folio 58

Reference: L/C/112/L7/14

Date: December 14th 1754 - December 14th 1754

Extract from an Order of Justice dated 1777 concerning Marie Neel

Reference: L/C/112/L7/15

Date: 1777 - 1777

List of the sale of goods of Thomas Le Masurier at the insistance of Jean Robinson by virtue of an act of arrest. Contains an itemised list of goods and monies raised from their sale.

Reference: L/C/112/L7/16

Date: 1777 - 1777

List of rentes attached of rentes attached to a certain house situated in the Parish of Trinity on the Fief de Dielament

Reference: L/C/112/L7/17

Date: 1777 - 1777

Description of a bail à fin d'héritages of a house and menage named des Cateaux situated in the parish of Trinity on the Fief du Ponterrin between Philippe Le Gros and Philippe Carteret for the sum of 8 quartiers 5 cabots 3 sixtonniers of wheat and barley, includes an itemised list of each party receiving part of the stated amount of rente

Reference: L/C/112/L7/18

Date: January 11th 1820 - January 11th 1820

Bail à fin d'héritages between Jean Bisson son of Jean of the first party and Philippe Gruchey son of Jean of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity frpm 1 to 2 the sum of [text missing] cabots 2 ½ sixtonniers of wheat of rente annually for the sum of 7 escus [text missing] sols vin et vente. Signed before Bailiff Jean Herault. Enregistered February 1625

Reference: L/C/112/L8/1a

Date: November 27th 1624 - November 27th 1624

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