Genealogie De La Famille Le Juge De Segrais et De La Famille Le Juge d'Orel (with) a Collection of Manuscript Research Materials Including Correspondence Concerning These Families
(France - Genealogy)

Paris, France: Not Published, 1875. F Materials consisting of a finely leather-bound volume of handwritten information concerning these families, research notes & correspondence, all in French: volume with 32 pages, handwritten, with various branches of the family noted and traced back to before the time of Henry III and the Crusades with descendants, places of residence, occupations and spouses, children when known; most of the book taken up with research done prior to 1875 and with the last 4 pages noting the "Branche Allemande-Russe" and taking that research up to c. 1900, ending with Vasil le Juge Docteur-et-Lettres; at several places in the later text, there are various stamps and signed notations from the Ministere de la Justice, Tribunal Civile and the British Consulate in Paris which attest to the information within; illustrated with 4 small coats-of-arms of the family, executed in colors and gold, each about 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" size; the book bound in dark green leather, gilt cover titles and panel surround; gilt spine titles and simple rules; inner gilt roll-tooling, marbled endpapers, approx. 8 1/2" x 12 1/2", with light wear and rubbing to the tips of the boards & edges, and contained in a matching green cardstock box lined with marbled paper (box with much wear and rubbing, split, still serviceable and has protected the contents well); (with) 7 letters, dated 1899-1903 from the Archives de la Noblesse, Docteur Le Juge de Segrais and one other correspondent regarding genealogical research and findings related to the family, a couple of the letters with original mailing envelope (stamps excised); (with) c. 40 pages of notes, most on 6 1/2" x 8 1/2" plain notepaper, a few larger, with notations and 'extrait'; (with) 5 additional mimeographed typed genealogy information sheets and sheets having the 'Actes de Notariete Heraldique' stamp with signature and administrative numbering; lastly is a closely-ink-written 1946 note in German from Oskar Rohde in Luneburg writing with more information; the loose notes and letters with some wear and aging, in very good condition; a good archive of material concerning this family and its genealogy. Very Good (Item ID: 21560)


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