The real estate to be dived consisted of inheritances in the unchosen lot fallen to Charles François and Louis Charles Le Senechal from the partition that they had made with their late older brother Charles Le Senechal. The property to be divided had belonged to their father and mother, Charles Le Senechal and Marie Gally. One of the remaining shares was to be chosen by Milleville and the others by the two brothers, both now deceased. The parcels consisted of fields, fruit orchards, and buildings on the land, situated in Auberville, [Seine-Inférieure]. The document gave detailed descriptions of the property and boundaries. There were provisions for an annual income for the heirs, and annuities to be paid to certain individuals, to the parish church, and to the Ursuline and Carmelite nuns of Dieppe. The agreement did not indicate by whom each share was chosen, but it stated that the titles and papers were in the custody of Milleville.