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Wills & Records of Death

Coroners' Records in England and Wales

Coroners' Records in England and Wales

J. Gibson & C. Rogers (2009)

With an informative introduction to the records and a glossary of terms this work list those records that survive in the Public Record Office and County Record Offices. Divided into three sections Medieval, 16th-19th century and Modern.

£3.50

Family Feuds: An Introduction to Chancery Proceedings

Family Feuds: An Introduction to Chancery Proceedings

S.T. Moore (2003)

This booklet, covers the records not just of the Court of Chancery, but of the other princpal courts of equity. The jurisdiction of the courts covered England and Wales only, although colonial disputes were sometimes brought to the courts, as were cases relating to Scotland and Ireland. The booklet is in two parts; the first part is intended to whet the appetite of the amateur family historian by describing why the records of the Equity Courts are worth looking at and answering such questions as what sort of cases were brought to these courts, what sort of people brought them, and how easy are they to read? The second part describes the records themselves and the indexes and calendars that will enable you to look at them, together with some guidelines on searching them effectively.

£5.95

The Wills of Our Ancestors

The Wills of Our Ancestors

S.A. Raymond (2012)

A guide to interpreting and finding wills and how they can be used for family history research.

£12.99

Tracing Your Ancestors Through Death Records

Tracing Your Ancestors Through Death Records

C. Heritage (2015)

Many of you will be familiar with Celia Heritage through her work as a tutor on the Institute"s Correspondence Course. In this book Celia shares her enthusiasm for the variety of death records and how they can give insight into our ancestors" lives and personalities as well as providing vital clues to tracing our ancestry.

£12.99

Wills and Probate Records

Wills and Probate Records

K. Grannum & Nigel Taylor (2009)

Wills can be a rich vein of information on an ancestor's life and even give clues as to their personality. This illustrated guide leads the reader through the history and uses of probate records and where to find them. It helps you to interpret the contents of a will and translate the terminology used, including Latin. It also looks at the other documentation affecting probate that may sometimes be overlooked when researching your family history. This is a comprehensive study of what is a complex area of research and an invaluable aid to gaining the most from these unique documents.

£12.99

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