2 edition of Index of the wills and administrations entered in the registers of the archbishops at York found in the catalog.
Index of the wills and administrations entered in the registers of the archbishops at York
|Series||The Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Record series., v. 93|
|Contributions||Charlesworth, John, 1865- ed., Hudson, Arthur V., joint author., York, Eng. (Diocese). Consistory Court.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.Y59 Y6 vol. 93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 97 p.|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||37033108|
Launch of a digital goldmine: York’s Archbishops’ Registers online for first time. Posted on 3 March The University of York has launched a website that makes one of the most important collections of historical materials to survive in England today available online. Index to wills proved and administrations granted in the court of the archdeacon of Berks, to [electronic resource] by Church of :
And of the "Re infecta" wills, and in bundles A and B[v. 12] Index of wills, administrations, and probate acts, in York registry, to And also of the wills, etc., in certain peculiars[v. 13] Index of wills, administrations, and probate acts, in the York registry, to The 'York Medieval Probate Index ' is available at findmypast (£). For the period to , refer to the table below. (Exception, for the period to , refer also to the Prerogative Court of Canterbury page.).
Three Yorkshire assize rolls for the reigns of King John and King Henry III, Index of the Wills and Administrations Entered in the Registers of the Archbishops at York, Being Consistory Wills, etc., A.D. Known as the Archbishop Wills, Index of Wills, etc., from the Dean and Chapter's Court at York, A.D. to , With Appendix of Original Wills, A.D. to , Index of Wills. Index to Wills Proved and Administrations Granted in the Court of the Archdeacon of Berkshire Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Book from the collections of unknown library Language English.
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Index of Wills in the York Registry: Index of Wills, Administrations, and Probate Acts, in the York Registry, to and Also of the and of the Re Infecta Wills, and in Bund [York Michael Steve Alissa, Collins, Francis, Crossley, Ely Wilkinson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Index of Wills in the York Registry: Index of Wills, Administrations, and Probate Acts. York's Archbishops Registers Revealed provides free access to o images of Registers produced by the Archbishops of York,in addition to a growing searchable index of names, subjects, places and organisations.
The registers are a valuable, and in many cases, unexploited source for ecclesiastical, political, social, local and family history - covering periods of war, famine. Archbishops’ Registers Revealed; This web site. This web site provides: A search interface to a growing number of indexed Registers: Right now, much of Regis and parts of Registers 31 and 5A are available.
By the end ofthe whole of Registers 31 and 32 will be indexed. We’re also seeking funding to index other Registers. Abberwick, Hugh, fl or earlier, father of William de Abberwick, Chancellor of York Show Details Abberwick, Master, William, dChancellor of York: Show Details.
Abbot, George,Archbishop of Canterbury. Entry Type: Grant of Probate, Will, Last Will and Testament: Section Type: Archbishop Hutton: Language: English, Latin: Subjects: Probate, Last Wills and Testaments, Wills References: p.
42; will discussed in A. Dickens, 'Aspects of Intellectual Transition among the English Parish Clergy of the Reformation Period: A regional example', Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte 43 (), CHARLESWORTH, J. and A.V. HUDSON eds. Index of the wills and administrations entered in the registers of the archbishops at York, being Consistory wills, &c., to known as the Archbishops' Wills.
(Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Record Series, 93, ). • The dean of Christianity in York was commissioned to: deal with administration of testators and their executors, receive and relay money owed to the Archbishop, and investigate crimes committed all within the Deanery of the Christianity of York.
– Carson I. Richie, The Eccleisatical Courts of York (Arbroath: Herald Press, ), From tothe PCC was the only court to deal with wills and administrations. To locate records of wills or administration, first establish where they were proved. Our guide on Wills or administrations before can help you to determine which court proved a will or administration.
Alternatively, consult Wills and their whereabouts by Anthony J Camp, 4th edition (Society of. Canterbury Probate Records () Database Contents.
although there is little doubt that the procedure usually followed was to enter the will in the register from the Office copy, as it was customary to hand the original will back to the executors.
A Calendar of the Wills and Administrations at Canterbury,hitherto un. An Index to the Wills and Administrations (Including the "Infra" Wills) now preserved in the Probate Registry, at Chester, for the years toboth inclusive. Part 1. - A to L. () (Internet Archive.
The Book of Common Prayer, as printed by John Baskerville, How did probate work in Lancashire. The administration of probate (the court process by which a will is proved valid or invalid) was mostly the responsibility of the church courts from the Middle Ages to There were exceptions to this system and these will be discussed further on.
Family deeds and papers including wills and marriage settlements,copies of parish registers and pedigrees, cc, the bank book of John Barlow,two receivership bank books and a receivership rental of the trustees of.
'The Book of Remarks of William Storr of Scalm Park ' with 19th century additions. Add to clipboard. MD/; file; [19th century] Part of Miscellaneous Documents. A commonplace book containing the customs of the manor of Wistow ; rents due to the archbishop ; list of landowners with a valuation of their lands ; account of receipts (mostly for sale of animals) at.
Index of the wills and administrations entered in the registers of the archbishops at York, being Consistory wills &c., A.D. to A.D. Known as the archbishops wills. Author. Until Nottinghamshire was part of the diocese of York, and wills were proved at York.
Though all original probate records relating to Nottinghamshire proved in the Prerogative Court of York remain at the Borthwick, those proved in the Exchequer Court have now been transferred to Nottinghamshire Archives. Also includes a name index to the wills.
Bristol wills, Call Number: DA B8 B7 Transcripts of Elizabethan wills. Calendar of persons commemorated in monumental inscriptions and of abstracts of wills, administrations, & c., contained in books relating to Lancashire and Cheshire - Beazley, Frank Charles Call Number: Z G69 B4Author: Katherine Freedman.
Records Available (click for description of series) Years Available Years Microfilmed/Scanned Indexed Office of Origin Administration Bond Books: (Volume AA through 5M) None Yes Register of Wills: Aerial Photographs:, and None Yes.
Volume 89 () Index of Wills, Administrations and Probate Acts in the York Registry including the "Vacancies", and Volume 93 () Index of Wills and Administrations entered in the Registers of the Archbishops at York, being Consistory Wills etcknown as the Archbishop's Wills. Act Book of probates and administration of the Dean and Chapter Courtit also contains wills proved in the court of the farmer of the Spiritual Jurisdiction of Alne, with members, [M2/3b]; Act book of probates and administration [L1/1a]; register of licences, and of wills, probates, administrations and tuitions.
Scroll down the page for index conta entries of wills and letters of administration, compiled from the London Diocesan Court registers.
The University of York will, on 1 March, launch a website that makes one of the most important collections of historical materials to survive in England today available online.
Providing free access to o images of Registers produced by Archbishops of York fromthe new website also features a growing searchable index of.National indexes for England and Wales.
A partial index to wills and administrations is provided by the Death Duty Registers. The National Archives provides an index for This covers courts other than PCC for this period, but liability for duties affected only about 25% of estates coming before the courts from to and about 75% from to The archbishops’ registers record the business and formal acts of the archbishop of York.
The registers document the government of the Church, the management and staffing of parishes, and the Church’s oversight and regulation of the moral and spiritual conduct of the people of Yorkshire, Northern England and beyond.