Hugueta, the widow of the late fisherman Andreas de Garda, appeared in court, explaining that her late husband died the previous month, on the 7th of June, having left a testament in which he named Hugueta and their children, Jacmetum and Ludovicetum, along with his step-son, Bertrandus Radulphi, as his universal heirs. He had not made arrangements for the children's guardian, however, and Hugueta requested that she be named the children's guardian. This is a well-to-do estate of a fisherman which lists several fishing boats and a small inventory of nets with their Provençal names. Other interesting items include two fencing swords and an entry for apothecary's preparations taken by Andreas in his final illness.


Edited by Daniel Lord Smail.
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