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Thanks to Olivier JARRAUD, André REIGNOUX, Michel THIOLET and Didier DUBANT, we can clarify that, a building appears on the 1830 land register of the Diors municipality, at the border of the Montierchaume municipality, very close to the location of the roundabout intersection.

On this very land register is mentioned the domain of La Martinerie.

It should be noted that in the 18th century, it was common to designate a domain by the patronymic name of the person who lived there. The whole was preceded by "La" (for a family) or "Les" (for a family group) and ended in "erie".

"La Martinerie" would therefore, in all likelihood, correspond to an estate where a certain “Martin” resided.

We will nonetheless pursue our research for something a little more precise , in particular with the commune of Diors.

 

Lieu-dit La Martinerie en 1830

Place named La Martinerie in 1830

 
Lieu-dit La Martinerie en 2012

Place named La Martinerie in 2012

 
Carte d'état major

Map of 1858, found by Michel Thiolet and merged by Olivier Jarraud
where we can also see the house called "La Martinerie"
and discover another characteristic point called "the signal of La Martinerie".

 
Carte d'état major

The same staff map with a light overlay of the base of La Martinerie.
The red dot corresponds to the "signal of La Martinerie"
(montage made by Olivier Jarraud).
This map allows to specify that the signal was located exactly at the entrance of the base.

 

Carte d'état major

The merging of the staff map and the aerial view of the base of La Martinerie
(montage made by Olivier Jarraud).