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Code: ARA 6

Halifax Wills 1389 to 1544.

edited by E.W. Crossley.

Abstracts and Translations of 391 wills and administrations registered at York from the Parish of Halifax, 1515-1544.

Edited by E.W. Crossley (Member of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society).

Includes a wills index, name index and place index.

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Code: ARA 104

Lancashire & Cheshire Wills and Inventories

This CD contains three volumes of transcripts of wills and inventories proved from the late-15th up to the early 19th centuries. Volume I - Wills & Inventories 1477 – 1746 preserved at Chester, with an appendix of Abstracts of Wills now lost or destroyed. Published in 1884. Volume II - Wills & Inventories 1572 - 1696 preserved at Chester, with an appendix of Lancashire & Cheshire Wills & Inventories proved at York 1542-1649. Published in 1893. Volume III - Wills & Inventories 1563 -1807 preserved at Chester. Published in1897.
Each volume includes an index of names.
Over 700 pages of information. Very useful resource for family historians with Lancashire and Cheshire ancestors.

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Code: ARA 119

A Catalogue of the Ancient Charters belonging to the Burgesses of the Town and Parish of Sheffield, Yorkshire and Abstracts of Sheffield Wills proved at York.

Prepared by T. Walter Hall.
Published in 1913.

Transcripts in English of Sheffield Charters and Wills. Covers the period 1297-1554.
Many names are mentioned. Even includes deduced family trees.
Complete with a useful index.

Essential for family historians with Sheffield and district ancestors.

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Code: ARA 128

Bury Wills and Inventories

Covering the years 1370 to 1650
Edited by Samuel Tymms
Published in 1850

Transcripts of a selection of wills and inventories from the Court of the Commissary of Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.
Includes four indexes - Index Testatorum, Index Nominum, Index Locorum, and Index Rerum
Also included are end notes to explain the meanings of various words and phrases.

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Code: ARA 232

Knaresborough Wills, Yorkshire.
Volumes I & II.

Published in 1902 & 1905.

Transcripts of wills (some with inventories) and administrations from the Knaresborough Court Rolls 1506 - 1668. Complete with name and place indexes.
Also includes an index to wills at Somerset House, proved at Knaresborough 1640 - 1858.
Covers Knaresborough and villages within the ancient Honor of Knaresborough.
Useful for family history, local history and social history.

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Code: ARA 285

Some Westmorland Wills 1686 - 1738.

Edited by John Somervell. Published in 1928.

This book contains a unique collection of old wills which were in the possession of the Society of Friends at Kendal. The wills, although all of Quakers, are of general interest, and along with the inventories accompanying them, give a clear picture of rural life in the North of England in the late 17th and early 18th century.

Compete with nine photographs, a glossary of old or local terms, and indexes of farms and names of persons.

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Code: ARA 465

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

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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Code: ARA 498

Calendar of Wills Proved and Enrolled in the Court of Husting, London,
Part I - AD 1258-1358

Edited, with introduction, by Reginald R. Sharpe D.C.L.
Published 1889

A collection of extracts of wills proved at London between 1258-1358. Many names are mentioned, as well as property and goods.

Over 800 pages of information.
A useful family and local history resource for medieval London.

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Code: ARA 555

Prerogative Court of Canterbury Register "Scroope"

By J. H. Morrison.
Published in 1934.

These abstracts have been taken from nearly 2,000 parchment pages of wills from the Prerogative Court of Canterbury for 1630.
The abstracts include the testators, executors and beneficiaries, including their relationship to the deceased.
Plus an extensive index of names.
The Prerogative Court of Canterbury being the senior court includes wills from the whole of England.

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Code: ARA 560

Richmondshire Wills

By James Raine, Jun. B.A.
Published in 1853.

Wills and Inventories from the Registry of the Archdeaconry of Richmond, extending over portions of the counties of York, Westmorland, Cumberland and Lancaster
Covers the years 1443 to 1579. Useful for ecclesiastical antiquary and genealogy.

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Code: ARA 564

Yorkshire Deeds 12th -17th Centuries and Wills in the York Registry 1554-1568

Two books on one CD

Yorkshire Deeds, Volume III.
Edited by William Brown. Published in 1922.
A collection of transcripts of deeds relating to land and property in Yorkshire and elsewhere between the 12th-17th centuries.

Wills in the York Registry 1554-1568
Published in 1893.
An alphabetical index of wills proved at York during the period 1554-1568. Includes persons from Yorkshire as well as Nottinghamshire.
Also includes an index of Letters of Administration 1553-1568.
Many names of men and women are included in the deeds and wills.
A useful resource for genealogy.

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Useful for local and family history research.


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