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Archdeaconry of Richmond, index of probate records,1748-1858

Institute of Local and Family History
Books/Monographs
English
[England : s.n.], 2001
20 v.

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At head of title: University of Central Lancashire.

Library has bound together v. 1-4, 5-8, 9-12, 13-16, 17-20.

"This index covers all surviving probate documents for the Western Deaneries of the Archdeaconry of Richmond, 1748-1858. The deaneries included are Amounderness, Copeland, Furness, Kendal and Lonsdale."--Introd.

Contents: v.1. Abbatt to Ayrton -- v. 2. Bach to Bittleston -- v. 3. Black to Byrom -- v. 4. Caddy to Cutter -- v. 5. Dacre to Dyson -- v. 6. Eadon to Furness -- v. 7. Gabbat to Gwyn -- v. 8. Hackett to Heywood -- v. 9. Hickles to Hyggia -- v. 10. Ibberson to Justice -- v. 11. Kain to Lytham -- v. 12. Mabele to Myres -- v. 13. Nail to Oyes -- v. 14. Padget to Pye -- v. 15. Quail to Rymer -- v. 16. Salisbury to Sittlenton -- v. 17. Skaife to Symson -- v. 18. Tagert to Vorse -- v.19. Wacey to Wilcockson -- v. 20. Wild to Zouch.

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