1717 These Channel Islanders, in this year, were involved with the Newfoundland trade and fish business, Seale, Patriarche, Chevallier (alias Knight), Chastray, Denton, Orengette, Janvrin, Carteret, Dean, Pipon, Lempriere, Auley (or Anley?), Le Bailly, Nicolle, Messervy, Marett, Maugier, Brown, Touzell, Martell, Seward and others.” (A. C. Saunders, co. Jersey Bulletin)
Seale 0023 Will of John Seale 3rd Oct. 1713 Dartmouth document online
Will Beneficiaries – Mother, Elizabeth Seale (née Benest) – sisters Elizabeth Marett – Susannah Poindextre – Nephew John Seale, son of Thomas – Uncle & Aunt Seale & children – Brothers-in-law Edward Marett jnr., John Poindextre & children – sister-in-law Elizabeth Seale (née Pipon) & children
Seale 0045 Anne Seale to brother John Seale ( french) 7 Nov. 1732
Hopeful of receiving a letter from J.S. Her aunt of La Moye (in Jersey), her mother and aunt Marett sent their compliments. Cousin Peter Marett had just arrived from the Canaries. She sent compliments to her aunt & uncle Pipon and also her cousins.