Andros MSS27th July 2023
Staff collection, volume XVI (Shelf 40)
[p. 124] Family tree of Pierre Priaulx and Michelle Gouis daughter of Pierre [?]
[p. 128] MSS Captain Le Messurier late des Sages
1 January 1535. Letter under Bailiwick Seal.
Collas Vidamour son of Johan in right of his wife Collenette, daughter of Collas Raulf of SPB, of the one part, and Johan Le Clerc son of Collas of the same parish of the other part. The said Vidamours confirm that they sold to the said Johan Le Clerc, the large field [courtil] that runs up to the bank that runs along the land of the children of Johan Gallienne on two sides ...
Item. The Plaids d'Heritage of the High Parishes (3 March 1555). Presiding: Pierre Martin, Lieutenant to Bailiff Helier Gosselin, Nicolas Careye, John le Fevre and Pierre Bonamy, jurats. Johan Le Clerc vs. Thomas Lenfestey in right of his wife Perotine, the daughter of Collas Raulf; retraite of any sale by Collas Vidamour in right of his wife, the daughter of the late Collas Raulff, to the said Johan Le Clerc.
20 February 1605. Letter under Bailiwick Seal.
James Le Lacheur son of Jean of the Forest parish, presently residing in St Andrew's parish, confirms having passed by exchange to Jacques Allès son of Guillaume of the Forest parish in right of his wife, daughter of Collas Mauger, the following parcels of land: And firstly. The courtil known as the Courtil Pierre Le Lacheur lying to the north of Collas de la Rue's house and cottage, and running up to the King's Highway with the earth bank between the courtil belonging to the heirs of Anne Guille and the one between the courtil belonging to Collas Le Lacheur. Item. Another courtil called La Croutte au Blanc running up to the King's Highway, lying to the east of the courtil belonging to Thomas Le Lacheur. Item. The little courtil des Croitons, running up to the road, and to the east of the courtil belonging to Collas de la Rue. Item. Another courtil this one called [Courtil] de la Hougue running up to the Rue de la Vechue[?] to the west ... of a courtil belonging to Jean Le Lacheur, all the said land being situate in the parish of the Forest. And the said Jacques Allès confirms having passed by exhange to James Le Lacheur the title to the following parcels of land: A courtil called the [Courtil] de Derriere [unint.] of the said courtil keeping back one and one half perches of land in width alongside the cottages that once used to belong to Collas Mauger .. the house and cottage that belonged ot the said Collas Mauger to the east of the courtils that belong to the heirs of Pierre de Garis to the south of th ecourtils of the heirs of Jean Davy lying in the parish of St Saviour in the Fief es Guernezes. And to the said James Le Lacheur will belong his abreuveur at the spring which used to belong to Collas Mauger.
MSS Colonel Corbin des Adams
15 March 1541. Letter under Bailiwick Seal. James Briart dit Vauvert, son of Colin, of SPP of the first part, and Michel Bott [Michiel Both], son of Philippin, native of Alderney, presently living in St Peter Port, of the other p[art], the said James Briart dit Vauvert stated he sold a certain cellar lying inside the house of the children of Jean Henry, the entrance to which cellar being via the alley [venelle] [situated between] the house of Collas Cousin and the house of the said children of Johan Henry &c
14 June 1788. Rent due 'to Dame Elizabeth LeFebvre widow of Mr Daniel Hardy, in right of whom ... of the assignation of the said late Sr Thomas Naftel of the Vrangue, and of Sr Jean Naftel part heir of the said late Sr Thomas Naftel ...' on the house of Colonel Tupper at Hauteville ... said house to the east of a house belonging to Sr Thomas Naftel son of Jean, the rue de Hauteville between them, to the north and next to a house belonging to Sr Nicolas Naftel son of Jean ... the said vendors (Jean Burnouf and his wife Marie Le Normand) attorneys to the late Sr Thomas Naftel of La Vrangue according to a contract of 12 August 1775).
MSS Captain J Le Messurier of Les Sages
1 January 1555. Letter under Bailiwick Seal. Collas Vidamour son of Johan in right of Collenette his wife, the daughter of Collas Raulf ... of SPB of the first part and Johan Le Clerc son of Collas of the same parish, of the other part, the said Vidamour stated that he had sold ... to the said Johan Le Clerc ... the large courtil that extends as far as the [sand]bank [banque] that runs on both sides along the property of the children of Johan Gallyenne [Jean Gallienne]. Item. [3 March 1555].At the Plaids d'heritage of the high parishes, in the presence of Pierre Martin, the lieutenant of Helier Gosselin, the Bailiff ... Nicolas Careye and Johan Le Feivre [Jean Le Fevre] and [Pierre?] Bonamy, jurats, Thomas Lanffestey [Thomas Lenfestey] in right of Perotine his wife, the daughter of Collas Raulff, is awarded judgment against Johan Le Clerc [Jean Le Clerc] and awarded the right of retrait against any sale [Le Clerc] has made of that which he had inherited from Collas Vidamour in right of Collenette his wife, daughter of Collas Raulff ...
20 February 1605. Letter under Bailiwick seal. James Le Lacheur son of Jean of the Forest, presently residing in st Andrew. The said [James Le Lacheur] stated that he had sold by exchange to Jacques Alles [Jacques Allez] son of Guillaume of the Forest in right of Margueritte his wife, the daughter of Collas Mauger, the following pieces of land: First, a courtil called Le Courtil Pierre Le Lacheur to the north of the farmhouse and cottage of Collas de la Rue and abutting the King's Way with the bank between the courtil of Anne Guille and that between the /Courtil of Collas Le Lacheur ... Item. Another courtil called Le Courtil de la Croutte au Blanc running up to the King's Way and lying to the east of the of the Courtil Thomas Le Lacheur. Item. Le Petit Courtil des Crochons, running up to the road, and to the east of the Courtil of Collas de la Rue. Item. Another courtil called [Le Courtil] de la Hougue abutting the rue de la Vechue [sic] [Le Vecheulx] to the west of the Courtil of Jean Le Lacheur: all the said pieces of land being situated in the parish of the Forest.
And the said Jacques Alles stated that he had sold by exchange to James Le Lacheur a courtil called [Le Courtil?] de Derriere [unint.] half a perch of land in width running alongside the cottages that formerly belonged to the said Collas Mauger father of the aforementioned wife [Marguerite] ...the house and cottage that belonged to the said Collas Mauger to the east of the courtil that belong to the heirs of Pierre de Garis [Piers de Guarys] to the south of the courtil of the heirs of Jean Davy [Jean David] situate in the parish of St Saviour in the Fieu es Gerviezes [Fief des Gervaises]. Andthe Said James Le Lacheur will have access to the spring which belonged to Collas Mauguer to use as his abreuvoir.