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List of Bailiffs of Jersey

Sir Michael Birt (appointed Bailiff 2009) with sculpture of Lord Coutanche (Bailiff 1935-1962) behind

This is a list of bailiffs of Jersey.

In 1290, separate bailiffs for Guernsey and Jersey were appointed.

The list of bailiffs is only reliably traceable from Philippe L’Evesque’s appointment in 1277, although earlier bailiffs are mentioned and the office may date from before 1204.

See also: list of Bailiffs of Guernsey, list of Seigneurs of Sark.

Contents

  • 16th century 1
  • 17th century 2
  • 18th century 3
  • 19th century 4
  • 20th century 5
  • 21st century 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

16th century

  • Helier de Carteret 1513-1515
  • Helier de Carteret 1516-1523
  • Helier de Carteret 1529-1560
  • Hostes Nicolle 1561-1564
  • John Dumaresq 1566-1583
  • George Paulett 1583-1586
  • John Dumaresq 1586-1587
  • George Paulett 1587-1591
  • John Dumaresq 1591-1594
  • George Paulett 1594-1614

17th century

18th century

In this caricature of 1873, Bailiff of Jersey Jean Hammond (left) greets the newly arrived Lieutenant Governor with the question: "Your papers, please?"

19th century

20th century

Lord Coutanche, Bailiff 1935-1962

21st century

See also

References

  1. ^ "Europe | Jersey | Michael Birt is to become bailiff". BBC News. 2009-03-12. Retrieved 2013-04-03. 
  2. ^ "Jersey Bailiff William Bailhache sworn in". BBC. Retrieved 6 February 2015. 

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