Court of the Peculiar of Alne and Tollerton
A general explanation of probate records in England, is given in the article.
Description[edit | edit source]
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 1858.
Step By Step[edit | edit source]
1. Search indexes to help you more quickly find the will, writing down each detail given in the index.
2. Go to "Records" (below) to determine what probate records exist for this court.
3. Obtain the records to search. Use one of these methods to find indexes and records.
- Contact or visit the Archive (see below) or hire a professional record searcher to view these records on your behalf.
- Microfilms can no longer be ordered.
Indexes[edit | edit source]
Online Indexes[edit | edit source]
Indexes for 54 peculiar courts, 1383-1883, are available online on British Origins. This is a subscription site.
Printed and Published Indexes[edit | edit source]
Probates[edit | edit source]
Archive Location[edit | edit source]
Archive Records[edit | edit source]
Add information about the manuscript, printed and digital records in this location.
The records for this court are held in the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research.
Family History Library Records[edit | edit source]
Jurisdiction[edit | edit source]
This court had jurisdiction over the parishes of Alne, Skelton and Wigginton and the township of Tollerton.