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Testamenta Eboracensia A Selection of Wills from the Registry at York, Part 2

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A collection of 232 transcripts of wills at the York Registry covering a period of twenty eight years from 1429 to 1467 which will have great appeal to those studying medieval history and genealogy. It should be noted that many of them remain untranslated in the original Latin and that as this volume is only one part of a set the index shows people who may actually appear in other volumes. One point to bear in mind, however, is that should you find a name in the index who is not in this volume you will at least have found out where to the original will was deposited.

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The Wills of our Ancestors: a guide for family & local historians / Stuart A. Raymond

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Who wrote wills? What information can be found in them? What information can be found in other probate records? Where can I find them? How should I use them? Probate records are invaluable sources of information for both family and local historians, who need to know the answers to these questions. This book supplies the answers, and provides a comprehensive and up to date guide to the content, location, and use of these records. Now REDUCED from £12.99 to £7.50.

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The Wills of our Ancestors: A guide for family and local historians.

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The Wills of our Ancestors: A guide for family and local historians. - Click for large image
by Stuart A Raymond. 200 pages. ISBN 978-1-84884-785-9.
What are wills, and how can they be used for family and local history research? How can you interpret them and get as much insight from them as possible? They are key documents for exploring the lives of our ancestors, their circumstances, and the world they knew. This practical handbook is the essential guide to understanding them.

Stuart Raymond traces the history and purpose of probate records and guides readers through the many pitfalls and possibilities these fascinating documents present. He describes the process of probate, gives a detailed account of the content of the various different types of record, and advises readers how they can be used to throw light into the past. They offer factual evidence that no genealogist can afford to ignore.

In a series of concise, fact-filled chapters he explains how wills came into being, who made them and how they were made, how the probate system operates, how wills and inventories can be found, and how much can be learned from them. In addition to covering probate records in England and Wales, he includes the Channel Islands, Ireland, the Isle of Man and Scotland

Supplied by: Family History Partnership
Format: Book
Ref: FHP-247

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Transcripts of East Ilsley Wills

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by Eric Saxton - full transcripts of 46 wills of people who are commemorated in St. Mary's church, East Ilsley. A synopsis of each will and a full name index to testators, beneficiaries and other people mentioned in the wills are also included.

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Transcripts of East Ilsley Wills (a name index)

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by Eric Saxton - a name index to the people mentioned in the wills of Ilsley residents , including both testators and beneficiaries (a full transcription of the first volume of these wills is available on CD - see SIG-W1 )

Supplied by: Sigma Books
Format: Booklet
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Wills before 1858

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Probate jurisdictions, locating wills. Technical terms & phrases. Intestacy, Inventories. Glossary. Basic locations by county. Death duty registers. PCC wills

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society
Format: Book
Ref: HAM-34026

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Yorkshire - The Genealogist's Library Guide (vol. 2): Yorkshire Parish Registers, Monumental Inscriptions and Wills

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Parish Registers, monumental inscriptions, and wills are staple diets for family historians. This volume lists those which have been published, and which are available in libraries world-wide (FFHS, 2000).

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Ref: RAY-211

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Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Vol. XXXVIII. Index of Wills, etc. from the Dean and Chapter's Court at York 1321-1636 with An Appendix of original Wills 1524-1724

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Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Vol. XXXVIII. Index of Wills, etc. from the Dean and Chapter's Court at York 1321-1636 with An Appendix of original Wills 1524-1724 - Click for large image
Edited by William Brown, B.A.
Published in 1907.
An alphabetical index of wills from 1321-1636 including name, occupation, parish of residence, date of will, date of probate and reference number in the Register.
Also includes an Appendix with an alphabetical index to original wills from 1524-1724, giving year of will, name and parish of residence.
Includes people from Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.
A useful source for family historians.
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A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ARA-465

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Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Vol. XXXVIII. Index of Wills, etc. from the Dean and Chapter's Court at York 1321-1636 with An Appendix of original Wills 1524-1724

Physical: £ 8.00

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Download: £ 4.00
 

Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Vol. XXXVIII. Index of Wills, etc. from the Dean and Chapter's Court at York 1321-1636 with An Appendix of original Wills 1524-1724 - Click for large image
Edited by William Brown, B.A.
Published in 1907.
An alphabetical index of wills from 1321-1636 including name, occupation, parish of residence, date of will, date of probate and reference number in the Register.
Also includes an Appendix with an alphabetical index to original wills from 1524-1724, giving year of will, name and parish of residence.
Includes people from Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.
A useful source for family historians.
Machine Searchable.
A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ARA-465a

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Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Vol. XXXVIII. Index of Wills, etc. from the Dean and Chapter's Court at York 1321-1636 with An Appendix of original Wills 1524-1724

Physical: £ 8.00

Free P&P!

Download: £ 4.00
 

Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Vol. XXXVIII. Index of Wills, etc. from the Dean and Chapter's Court at York 1321-1636 with An Appendix of original Wills 1524-1724 - Click for large image
Edited by William Brown, B.A.
Published in 1907.
An alphabetical index of wills from 1321-1636 including name, occupation, parish of residence, date of will, date of probate and reference number in the Register.
Also includes an Appendix with an alphabetical index to original wills from 1524-1724, giving year of will, name and parish of residence.
Includes people from Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.
A useful source for family historians.
Machine Searchable.
A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ARA-465b

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