Sisters of Sainte-Marthe de Dijon Legal Document, 1736

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Title

Sisters of Sainte-Marthe de Dijon Legal Document, 1736

Description

Legal document (4 pp.) outlining the terms under which Michelle Gautier is going to join the religious order of the sisters of Ste. Marthe, Dijon (Burgundy), France. The contract lists names of other members of the order, as well as of local officials and the representative of the King. It addresses in detail the monetary contributions Gautier has to make and the rules she will have to follow. Related publication: Kevin C. Robbins: Early Modern Burgundian Hospitals as Catalysts of Independent Political Activity Among Women: Lay Nurses and Electoral Empowerment, 1630-1750.

Creator

Gautier, Michelle

Source

Collection of French Language Manuscripts, Mss. 1.17, Box 1, Folder 4

Identifier

Mss. 1.17

Date

1736

Language

fr

Type

Text

Has Format

https://hdl.handle.net/10288/22327

Is Part Of

Collection of French Language Manuscripts

Citation

Gautier, Michelle, “Sisters of Sainte-Marthe de Dijon Legal Document, 1736,” W&M Transcribe, accessed June 13, 2024, https://transcribe.libraries.wm.edu/items/show/4621.