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Collection Time Period
This digital collection of land and property records from the Canton of Vaud covers the years 1234 to 1798.
Why This Record Was Created
These are digital images of land records from the Vaud Canton in Switzerland, which include land and property records. The volumes are arranged by bailiff (governor or custodian) or by district. Text is in French and Latin.
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Terriers 1234-1798. Archives cantonales vaudoises, Chavannes-près-Renens, France.
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