In the presence of Captain Juan Filhiol, Commandant of the Ouachita post, an inventory of the estate of the deceased Joseph, Marquis de Maison Rouge, was made by Domingo Bouligny, acting with power of attorney for his brother Luis Bouligny, who was both the testamentary executor and universal legatee and heir of the Maison Rouge estate. Assisting in the proceedings were two witnesses, Luis Badins and Próspero Prieur, whom Luis Bouligny had appointed. The inventory was a minute listing of agricultural tools, livestock, barnyard animals, dwelling and ancillary buildings, kitchen utensils, household goods and tools, clothing, books, and private papers. The estimated value of each article was given. Following the completion of the inventory, Domingo Bouligny conducted an extralegal sale of articles from the estate. The procès-verbal of the sale gave the name of the buyer, article purchased, and price paid.