1. Clutterbuck Book
2. Peerage of England, ii, 509.
3. Raoul Lempriere, History of The Channel Islands, Robert Hale ltd.EC1.0HT.1974/1980, 100, ISBN 0 7091 4252 8.
4. Chris Lake, These Haunted Islands, ISBN 1 870544 00 5, pp 62-66, Redberry(press)ltd Jersey 1986, Chris Lake.
5. “London Gazette,” High Court 17 March 1932, 25 March 1932, Gray& Dodsworth .4 sun court .Cornhill Ldn EC3.
6. Mr Le Ferve, Mss de Carteret of Sark, Unumbered, Priaulx Libary.
7. Thomas Flemming was a soldier in the Garrison,also was
belived to be a Invalid! this could be a case of wound or
outpatient RH, CHELSEA. Ref Heather Million,s Ped note,
Probably became so after the fighting in Ruoen Fr.or le Harve,and so sent to Sark.?After Marie died in 1812,he
had married a 2nd time to Anne(Nancey) Ozanne.of laventure.Oct11.1813.
8. Judicial Greffe, 2002, D/Y/A/97/19, Probate Division (post1949).
9. All Saints Church was bombed between 30 Nov and 1 Dec 1940,and all the remains of the of the people buried in the catacombs were removed in August of 1944 to Holybrook
Cemetery on the outskirts of Southampton. None of the
memorials survived. It was belived there may have been in the nave or chancel of the church,one to Sir Philip and his wife.The house they had had been destroyed during the war,she had lived there until 1802.
10. Dic Nat Bio, LV., P277.
11. Royal Navy, 3.
12. Helen Wallis, Carteret’s Voage round the World 1766-1769, Helen Wallis, Hakluyt Society : Cambridge University Press, 1-2, second No CXXIV, 1965, Bentley House .200 Euston Road London NW1.
13. Philip was Captain of the Parish of St Peter,1620 and a Jurat of the Royal Court,1629.
14. Marion Turk, Quite Ventures, 1.
15. Personal Notes
16. Foster., “Alumni Oxonienses.”
17. “Rectors of Coats,” Book, Glos, 1926, 317-321, Transaction for the year 1926.
18. Philip died along with his father in law the Earl of
Sandwich when their ship was grappeled by a Dutch
fire ship.
19. Benjamin was made lieutenant of the Leopard in 1662
and the Jersey in 1665.In the folling year he was made
commander of the Pearl.On the 19 Feb 1666,being at
that time part of a convoy to a fleet of colliers,out of
Newcastle bound for London, the fleet fell in with a
Dutch man of war of some fifty guns and three hundred
men : the Pearl being a small frigate of twenty six guns
The action between them commenced at about eleven of
the clock in the mornig,and continued,without a
interruption for sevral hours: there being so dead calm
that the Little Viceroy,frigate who was also of the convoy
could not come to her assistance.A breeze springing up
when night approached and affording the Victory an
oppertunity of succouring her comfort, the Dutch ship
though still superior in force ,made all the sail he could
to get off, after having lost a number of his men and
received considerable damage to in his hull.Our ships
continued the chase for some short time but the Pearl
herself being a great deal disalbed,Capt Carteret thought
it most prudent to quit her,and return to his charge.
Little is known of Benjamin ,but in1671 he was made a
Lieutenant of the Crown,the following year he was moved,
into the St 1673 into the Triumph.
20. Thomas de la Vall Wills his property in Harlem to his
son in law James Carteret,son of Sir George Carteret of
Hawnes Bedfordshire England.
This consisted of a water mill and meadow,pastures,some
houses and Little Barnes Island.James daughter Elizabeth
was said to have sold this in 1705,which was the year of
her fathers death.
21. The Renascence of City Hall, NYC.Public Works Dept., New York Public Libary.
22. Jane Cox, Hatred Pursued Beyond the Grave, IBSN 011 440239 6, HMSO, p.77.
23. 9th December 1916, Registers Office ,Guernsey(Marriages), No 12 District.Infantry Records Office, Arthur Huddle & Elise May Huddle.
24. “The Star,” Guernsey, 1.
25. “Austrialian Army Records,” 2006.
26. Roger. George de Carteret, “Hugh Vaughan,” 12 Oct 1999, File de Carteret Jersey.
27. A. H. Ewen.& Allan de Carteret, Book, Guernsey Evening Press Co, (c) 1969, 41. 54. 65. 126. 130.
28. Sue Hardy, “The Riley Family of Trinty Manor,” Channel Islands Family History Journal, Viii No 127, July 2010.
29. J B et P Fournier,Michael de Carteret., Les Carteret a Carteret.Dimanche 29 Aout 1999, Alain Blancheton ,chef du Port Barnville-Carteret.
30. “Zulu War Medal Roll,” Class WO 100/46,47,48,49,50, Yester Years Genealogy Supplies, National Archives UK.
31. Devon, 1881, Paper, P R O .Eng, 18/05/1999.
32. Helen M E Evans, “‘Carteret, Sir Philippe de (1584–1643),” www.oxfordddnb/index101004805/phillippe-de-carteret, Sept 2004.
33. Karen Kane, “de Carteret = Perrin connection,” 8 Aug 2012, Weatherhead East Asian Institute-Columbia University USA.
34. Biographia Navalis, John Charnock Esq, i, 1794/98.
35. L.James Marr., Guernsey People, Phillimore&Co PO2 6BQ, 231, 1984, ISBN 0 85033 459 4.
36. “Gustin de Carteret Connections,” 3 May 2011, Reunion data base.
37. The Channel Islands,pts Brittany &Normandy, Ward,Lock &Co .Ldn EC4, 182, 19th .1921/2.
38. Island, “de Carteret Family,”, 29 Jan 2017.
39. Susan Normington, Book, House of Stratus.£18.99.
40. Eveline Cruickshanks, “CARTERET, Sir Charles (1667-1719),”, 1690-1700, 30/8/12.
41. Angle, Paul M, “The Chicago Fire,”, 8 Oct 1871.
42. “John James de Carteret,” 21 /4/1999, Jersey File.
43. www.ellisisland.con, 2009.
44. “Police Gazette ,” Australia, 1908, AU5103-1908 SA Police Gazette 1908-.
45. “Transactions Engineering Ins.Canada , Montreal Vol 10 1927,”, 2017.
47. 10 AUG 2009 20:43:09 GMT-8, “Family Tree - unknown source,” MH:S1.
Event 1: 1850 Oglethorpe brought debtors and prisoners from England to GA
48. 10 AUG 2009 20:43:09 GMT-8, “Family Tree - unknown source,” MH:S1, Possible indian heritage.
Event 1: 1850 Oglethorpe brought debtors and prisoners from England to GA
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