Receiver General

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Récéveur-Général des Revenues de Sa Majesté

The Crown draws considerable revenues from the island. In 1331 the King owned seven manors inherited from he Dukes of Normandy. He received all fines imposed by the Court, the Great Custom on foreign ships using the anchorages the Little Custom on foreign imports and exports, and innumerable feudal dues of fowls and wheat and eggs.

In 1413 when Henry V confiscated the property of the alien priories, the Crown gained the income hitherto paid to great Norman abbeys, including most of the wheat tithe. At the Reformation many endowments for masses and other ecclesiastical purposes were seized. Since the 13th century the King's dues have been collected by a Receiver.

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Office Holders

13th Century

  • Galfridus de Lucy 1224
  • Peter Draitiz 1292
  • Denis de Tilbury 1299

14th Century

  • Robert de Haddy 1307
  • Peter de Parvafiaco 1309
  • Robert de Haddy 1320
  • Guillerius Bulleyn 1331
  • John de Carteret 1348
  • Nicholas Hastain 1350
  • John Gaunt 1351
  • Robert Dalet 1363
  • John Poingdestre 1363
  • Thomas de Appleby 1374
  • Giefre Brasdefer 1390

15th Century

  • John Lempriere 1430
  • John de Vinchellez 1440
  • Raoul de Saint Martin 1460

16th Century

  • Richard Castel 1529
  • John Bank 1532
  • Pierre Dolbel 1533
  • Adam Martin 1556
  • William Dirdo 1562
  • Willam Canne 1580
  • Jean Doré 1590
  • Arthur Cook 1595
  • Jean Doré 1596
  • Thomas Bertram 1598

17th Century

  • Henry Pick 1601
  • Philippe Maret 1608
  • Jean Maret 1620
  • Jean Bisson 1623
  • Jacques Le Couteur 1632
  • Robert Foxall 1638
  • Jean Dean 1641
  • Charles Maret 1643
  • Elie Dumaresq 1645
  • Charles Maret 1651
  • Jean Dumaresq 1660
  • Elie Pipon 1681
  • Philippe Pipon 1696

18th Century

  • Guillaume Dumaresq 1716
  • François Marret 1734
  • Philippe Lempriere 1749
  • Edouard Ricard 1756
  • Philippe Falle 1772
  • Jacques Pipon 1772
  • Jean Dumaresq 1786

19th Century

  • Jacques Pipon 1801
  • Thomas Le Breton 1813
  • Hélier Touzel 1814
  • Matthieu Amiraux 1823
  • Hélier Touzel 1852
  • Pierre-Jean Simon 1864
  • Thomas Simon 1876
  • Edouard Mourant 1886
  • Théodore Le Gallais 1899

20th Century

  • Charles Edward Malet de Carteret 1903
  • Percy Adrian Aubin 1912
  • Robert Le Masurier 1959
  • Herbert Frank Cobbold Ereaut 1962
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