Researching British Probates, 1354-1858: Northern England, Province of York by David H. PrattResearching British Probates, 1354-1858: Northern England, Province of York by David H. Pratt

Researching British Probates, 1354-1858: Northern England, Province of York

byDavid H. Pratt

Hardcover | November 1, 1992

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Researching British Probates enables genealogists to exploit data on inheritance, family history, and property ownership in northern England. This largely untapped resource is a collection of many microfilm rolls of British wills and related documents easily available through the Family History Library. Some 1,700 branch libraries can give researchers access to this microfilm, but only those who use Researching British Probates will be fully able to benefit from the film's important contents. Researching British Probates is organized by county and by document type under each county.
David H. Pratt is an associate professor of history at Brigham Young University.
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Title:Researching British Probates, 1354-1858: Northern England, Province of YorkFormat:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 11.22 × 8.58 × 0.95 inPublished:November 1, 1992Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0842024204

ISBN - 13:9780842024204

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Cheshire Chapter 2 Cumberland Chapter 3 Durham Chapter 4 Lancashire Chapter 5 Northumberland Chapter 6 Nottinghamshire Chapter 7 Westmorland Chapter 8 Yorkshire

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The purpose of this series of volumes is to simplify the complexities of British probate jurisdictions and make the microfilms of the British probate collection more accessible.

Editorial Reviews

If all the records cannot be found using his [Pratt's] instructions, they won't be found. Whether one intends to do one's research in a Family History Library or in England, this book should be required reading.