These lists of inhabitants were apparently composed in 1832. There is no explanation on the lists regarding their creators, location of originals or when they were typed into Romanian. Please note that the title refers to the contemporary Suceava county boundaries, not the boundaries of 1832 (when Suceava was part of the Austrian Empire). Moreover, the contents of this manuscript contain information pertaining only to those villages outside of the Austrian Empire in 1832, but which today fall within the boundaries of Suceava county, that is Moldovan villages and towns. The lists included a separate short section for Jews (jidovi) and the names are most often first names without surnames (ie, ”the Jew Aron”). All villages in this manuscript include one or two Jews but the files regarding Fălticeni (spelled Fulticeni in the documents) and Burdujeni are nearly exclusively Jewish. In addition to names of Jewish men, there are lists of Jewish widows and information regarding occupations of inhabitants and status (as free men or otherwise). Finally, the last file in this manuscript is a chart with the names of Jewish residents, under whose imperial protection they stand, their occupations, birth place, and information regarding where their permits where issued. This chart covers Fălticeni, Burdujeni, Lespezii, and a few entries from the district of Beromet, Săretiulu de Sus, Săretiului de Jos, Moldova, Șomuzului. Villages included in this administrative district are Gainești, Suha i Mălini, Drăcenii, Sasca, Baia i Bogata, Blăgeștii i Fîntîna Mare, Cotu Băii, Slătioara, Bogdănești, Boroaia, Cotuna Rîșcăi, Tîrzia Rîșcăi, Tîrzia Neamțului, Orțăștii, Moișa, Guileștii (Guleștii), Bărăștii, Dumbrăvița de Gios, Dumbrăvița de Sus, Ciumuleștii, Filipeștii, Roșiorii, Șoimăreștii, Drăgușănii, Săveștii, Căbeștii, Bărgăenii, Săcuenii, Lețcanii, Forăștii, Ioneasa, Negoteștii, Onicenii, Giuleștii, Manole, Movilenii, Cămîrzanii și Mestecănarii, Leucușăștii, Spătărești, Stroeștii. The market towns of Fulticeni (Falticeni) and Burdujănii (Burdujeni) have several files each.