Visions and Revisions of Eighteenth-Century France

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Appendix A
Sources for Inventories
Bouches-du-Rhône, 1711-29 and 1771-89 . In this area, where inheritance laws made wills very common, inventories are scarce and more often found in court records than notaries' registers. This group includes all inventories (except for priests' estates) dating from the periods 1711-29 and 1771-89 in the notarial records of the villages of Eygaliers in the Archives Départementales, Bouches-du-Rhône, Series 374E, and in the court records (Archives Départementales, Bouches-du-Rhône, annex in Aix-en-Provence, series 6B) of the following villages: Auriol, Boulbon, Grans, Mallemort, Noves, Saint-Paul-les-Durance, and Saint-Rémy.
Aube, 1711-29 and 1771-89 . All the inventories in the Archives Départementales, Aube, Series 2E from notaries practicing in the villages of Méry-sur-Seine, Dienville, Arcis-sur-Aube, Grandes Chapelles, and Plancy in 1711-29 and 1771-89.
Toulouse, 1711-29 and 1771-89 . Here inventories are found in the Archives Départementales, Haut Garonne, Series 3E, classified alphabetically according to the last name of the deceased. This group includes every inventory except those of priests found for the years 1711-29 and 1771-89 classified under the letters A through M.
Paris, 1711-29 and 1771-89 . Actually this sample is from the notaries practicing in the rue Saint-Honoré in 1725 and 1785, found in the Minutier Centrale of the Archives Nationales. It includes all inventories found except those of priests, nobles, and the richest members of the professional and office-holding bourgeoisie.

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