Lempriere records in La Société Jersiaise Library

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Lempriere records in

La Société Jersiaise Library



This is an index from the library catalogue of La Société Jersiaise regarding records relating to Thomas Lempriere and the Lempriere family from 1509 to 1789.


  • 1507: Division of inheritance belonging to George Lemprière and his wife
  • 1617: Gift of house from Francoise Langloys to her son Elie Lemprière and his wife Elizabeth Hamptonne
  • 1744: Respondents case in Charles Lemprière v Charles Hilgrove. To be heard at six of the clock in the afternoon before the Right Honourable Lords of the Committee of His Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council, on Tuesday 12 March 1744
  • 1795: Document concerning the heritages of Philippe Lemprière and a Mademoiselle Marie Lecq
  • 1790: Information on birth date of Thomas Lemprière. Small card addressed to Mr Nicolle from R R Lemprière mentioning birth on 16 September 1756 and a baptism on 4 October 1756. Two official documents from the Viscounts Chambers confirm this
  • Note about Thomas Lemprière’s connections. Mentions his Uncle’s position as receiver under General Hushe and the Earl of Allermarle, and the position of Lieut-Bailiff of the Island, held by his father for over 30 years, and then by his brother under Lord Carteret.
  • 23 July 1786 to 24 May 1789: Beige file of letters William Charles Lemprière and George Hardinge. Topics covered include: power of the military; complaints against the Royal Court; States procedure; petition to address Parliament in case of emergency; and the imprisonment of refractory Jurats.
  • 28 July 1795: Letter to Sir George Howard from Thomas Lemprière congratulating him on his appointment as Governor of Jersey and offering the services of his family.
  • 18 August 1795: Letter to Sir George Howard from Thomas Lemprière regarding the Jersey Militia.
  • 24 December 1798: Letter to the Marquis of Townshend from Thomas Lemprière. Mentions letter of recommendation from General Gordon.
  • 19 August 1795: Letter to Sir George Howard from Thomas Lemprière regarding appointments made in the Jersey Militia.
  • 17 August 1795: Letter to Sir George Howard from Thomas Lemprière regarding a meeting with Mr Windham in London.
  • 11 August 1795: Letter to Sir George Howard from Thomas Lemprière regarding a meeting with Lord Spenser. Talks about ‘these critical times’ and the affairs of the North Regiment which need to be settled
  • 24 September 1795: Letter to Sir George Howard from Thomas Lemprière regarding the affairs of the Jersey Militia and feudal rights in the Island
  • 11 December 1798: Letter to the Marquis of Townshend from Thomas Lemprière regarding appointment of Charles Le Touzel to the Rectorat of St Martin. Gives brief history of the Lemprière family in Jersey and mentions his own position as Colonel in the Jersey Militia
  • 20 December 1798: Letter to the Marquis of Townshend from A Gordon. Describes Mr Touzel as a ‘well-meaning man, and a zealous good subject’.
  • 26 December 1798: Letter to the Marquis of Townshend from A Gordon. Mentions Thomas Lemprière and applications for official appointments.
  • 15 August 1786: Report to the States compiled by Philippe de Carteret regarding public accounts.
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