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Ulloa Troche y Sesse, Diego.

Published by 4 May 1731, 1731
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Graci?n and Angelina de Sesse and Sancha de Casasola established an entail (i.e., mayorazgo) and in 1731 Diego Ulloa Troche y Sesse held it. In this series of documents he sets out to get an account, via survey, of all the lands in the estate. In the end, it develops that there are 58 pieces of land in and around Olmedo. Don Diego styles himself "se?or de la Villa de la Ventosa," and a citizen of Olmedo. Folio. 19 ff. Bound in limp vellum. Written in a very clear hand. Very good condition. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Manuscript documents. On paper, in Spanish.
Publisher: 4 May 1731
Publication Date: 1731

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