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.
- Record type: Inventory-Postmortem
- Date: 3 July, 1394
- Locale: Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
- Language(s): Latin
- Archival location: Archives départementales des Bouches-du-Rhône, Register 392E 1
- Extent: 10 Folios (paper)
Edited by Daniel Lord Smail.
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