Notarial extract, in French with transcription and translation, (Ciprian, gentleman, of Le Buis-les-Baronnies, southern Dauphiné, now in Drôme)


Publication Date: 1629
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from his lease of 6th March 1617, as guardian of his brother David, to Jean Beringier of Le Buis, "Royal Sergeant of the Dauphiné", auctioned "at the Étang de Chandolle by Poullot Mourgue, Sworn Crier of Le Buis", and renting David's share of "the grange, surrounding vineyard and orchard . in the district ['mandement'] of . Le Buis . at the Font d'Aradon", Beringier is to treat it "as a good father of a family" and return it as found after six years and six harvests, ready sown with corn for the previous tenant Claude Thibaud, for "15 livres tournois 5 sous" every Christmas Day, among the usual assurances Beringier will not cut any "tall green wood whatsoever", (the district being noted for its oak and beech), the lessor renounces all claims to the contrary in the courts of the Dauphiné at Le Buis, Montélimar and elsewhere, this copy 4 sides small folio, Le Buis-les-Baronnies, 29 May Originally drawn up by Philippe Peyrol and witnessed by Mathieu Teste, attorney, 'honneste' (gentleman) Jean Reydel, shoemaker, and Marc Deamceps of Vinsobres. With a note saying that the copy was made "at the request of Marin Testefort" (son of Estienne, and brother of the late Ciprian) and the original immediately returned to Peyrol's widow. Also with a note of 22nd March 1630 by notary Melchion, saying that he had shown a copy to "Monsieur Barnoyn de Chastele, attorney, who said he did not attach any importance to it, as it was a long time since he had finished handling the case and he believes there is a decision". Bookseller Inventory # 19300

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Publication Date: 1629

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