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Yorkshire probate inventories, 1542-1689.

Peter C. D. Brears

Yorkshire probate inventories, 1542-1689.

by Peter C. D. Brears

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Published by The Society in [Leeds, Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inventories of decedents" estates -- England -- Yorkshire.,
  • Probate records -- England -- Yorkshire.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited by Peter C. D. Brears.
    SeriesYorkshire Archaeological Society. Record series -- v. 134, Record series (Yorkshire Archaeological Society) -- v. 134.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 183 p.
    Number of Pages183
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21980982M

    The records for Yorkshire are housed at the Borthwick Institute, which publishes a full list of surviving transcripts. Marriage licences, bonds and allegations The majority of York Archbishop's Court marriage licence registers no longer survive, however William Paver (d. ) transcribed many of the entries into two manuscript volumes now in. Dale - ’ Yorkshire Parish Register Society. Milward, R. ‘A Glossary of Household, Farming and Trade Terms From Probate Inventories’ 3rd. edition. Derbyshire Record Society. Peacock, R.B. and Atkinson J.C. ‘A Glossary of the Dialect of the Hundred of Lonsdale’ Asher & Co. London.

      The book began life through the work of historian Dr George Redmonds. Image caption The word Quishing - for cushion - appears in a 16th Centruy probate inventory. Note that while TNA, SoG, LDS and some local record offices and local probate registries may have copies of the old indexes from up to or (or even the mids) on microfilm, microfiche or in books, these often do not contain any marginal notes or amendments that were to be found in indexes in the London search room and which.

    Printed Inventories, (FHL B4a, volume ) This is volume of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, edited by Peter C.D. Brears and published in Abstracts of . Yorkshire. Yorkshire Probate by Colin Blanshard Withers is a book and CD with descriptions of the legal processes for probate as they operated in over 30 different Yorkshire probate jurisdictions, an account of the surviving records, and descriptions of all known indexes to them, as well as new indexes for many previously unindexed records.


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Using wills and probate inventories in building history. In general it was the more affluent citizen who left a will in past centuries. Such a person could leave a charitable bequest for building work on a church or almshouse, or specify burial or funeral arrangements in ways that reveal architectural detail or layout.

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Bulwer, "Inventory and valuation of the goods and chattels of Charles Wundham of. Please find below an extracted list of those volumes which deal with wills and probate: Volume 4 () Wills in the York Registry Volume () Yorkshire Probate Inventories Kind regards, Jon.

ollie_r. The Huddersfield and Halifax libraries in conjunction with WYAS and Huddersfield University library cover most. Yorkshire Monasteries: Suppression Papers — edited by John William Clay; Volume () download: PDF (12MB) York Civic Records: Volume V — edited by Angelo Raine; Volume () Yorkshire Probate Inventories () edited by Peter C.D.

Brears. Wills and Inventories in the Archdeaconry of Richmond Surtees Society 24 Yorkshire Probate Inventories Yorks Archaeological Society Testaments Leodiensia Leeds, Pontefract, Wakefield, Otley and Districts Other Yorkshire Genealogist Volume 1 + 2 Yorkshire East Riding Families (YA) Yorkshire Early Families.

Yorkshire Probate Inventories - No Ismay References. East Yorkshire Families. No Ismay References. Constable of Everingham Estate Correspondence - No Ismay References. Court Rolls of Acomb Manor. Part II.

No Ismay References. York Civic Records. Vol IX. No Ismay References. About Yorkshire, England, Probate Records, This database contains a collection of wills, letters of administration, and inventories from Yorkshire, England, for the years through Prior to the Court of Probate Act, which took effect in Januarywills were proved in ecclesiastical courts.

With an index to the Administration Acts in the Act Books,and of all unregistered Probate Acts, ; and Harthill Deanery probate acts, (addition to volume 6, appendix 1). BREARS, Peter C.D.

Yorkshire probate inventories, (Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Record Series,). Home: Sitemap. Summary. This paper seeks, by describing the collection, to promote the fuller understanding and increased appropriate use of the inventories among the Probate Records for the Diocese of Durham, which included, at the time when most inventories were made (c c.

), Northumberland and parts of Yorkshire and Cumbria as well as County Durham. Earwaker, ed., Lancashire and Cheshire wills and inventories, tonow preserved at Chester, with an appendix of Lancashire and Cheshire wills and inventories proved at York of Richmond, to () (Google Books [Hints and tips]).

The book Yorkshire Probate by Colin Blanshard Withers is an authorative and thorough account of the eccelesiastical probate system in general and of the details of the workings, documentation and surviving records of all probate courts with jurisdiction in Yorkshire.

The book includes numerous short lists of names which did not warrant inclusion on the accompanying CD, notably covering Borough. Probate is the legal court process by which the estate of a deceased person is distributed to his or her heirs.

The term probate refers to a collection of documents, including wills, administrations (also called admons), inventories, and act books. The Church of England ecclesiastical courts had authority for this process until to Yorkshire probate inventories, / Yorkshire Archaeological Society ; edited by Peter C.D.

Brears The making and limitations of the Yorkshire Domesday / by R. Welldon Finn The Luddites in Yorkshire. Probate is the legal court process by which the estate of a deceased person is distributed to his or her heirs. Probate records include wills and administrations.

This article is about probate records in Yorkshire. See England Probate Records for a general description of probate .Yorkshire Probate Inventories, by Peter C.D. Brears (1 times) Probate Inventories of Lichfield and District by D. G. Vaisey (1 times) Yeomen and colliers in Telford: probate inventories for Dawley, Lilleshall, Wellington and Wrockwardine, by Jeff Cox (1 times).

Whitby Poor Law Union, Yorkshire. Probate records [edit | edit source] Records of wills, administrations, inventories, indexes, etc. were filed by the court with jurisdiction over this parish.

Go to Yorkshire Probate Records to find the name of the court having primary jurisdiction. Scroll down in the article to the section Court Jurisdictions.