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== Indexes ==
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== Probate Indexes ==
  
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The [http://www.uclan.ac.uk/ahss/education_social_sciences/history/probate_index.php University of Central Lancashire] has "An index of all surviving probate documents for the Western Deaneries of the Archdeaconry of Richmond, 1748-1858 has been prepared. The deaneries included are Amounderness, Copeland, Furness, Kendal and Lonsdale". The indexes are based on 36,676 wills. Indexes for surnames and for places are free of charge.<br>
  
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=== Microfilmed or Printed ===
  
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=== Original handwritten indexes ===
 
 
 
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== Probate Records ==
 
== Probate Records ==

Revision as of 17:20, 14 May 2009

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For an explanation of probate records in England, click here.

History and Background

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Searching for probates in this court

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Explanation of act books, wills, inventories, etc.

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Probate Indexes

Online indexes

The University of Central Lancashire has "An index of all surviving probate documents for the Western Deaneries of the Archdeaconry of Richmond, 1748-1858 has been prepared. The deaneries included are Amounderness, Copeland, Furness, Kendal and Lonsdale". The indexes are based on 36,676 wills. Indexes for surnames and for places are free of charge.

Microfilmed or Printed

<under construction> Identify which, where can access them, and link to FHLC

Probate Records

The Family History Library has copies of the original and registered wills. Link to list.

Strategies, Tips, Other?

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