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optional: general note about indexes and any overlap between indexes<br>  
 
optional: general note about indexes and any overlap between indexes<br>  
  
=== Online indexes ===
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=== Online  ===
  
list and explanation with links<br><br>  
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list and explanation with links<br>  
  
=== Printed indexes  ===
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=== Microfilm or Printed<br> ===
  
list and explanation<br>
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Identify which, link to FHLC?
  
=== Original handwritten indexes  ===
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== Probate Records  ==
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=== Registered<br> ===
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=== Original<br> ===
  
list and explanation (difference between calendar and index, identify which this is)<br>  
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add information here<br>
  
=== Microfilmed or Printed  ===
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=== Extracts<br> ===
  
Identify which, link to FHLC?<br>  
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add information here<br>
  
== Probate Records ==
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== Locating Probate Records<br> ==
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The Family History Library has copies of the original and registered wills.<br><br>  
 
The Family History Library has copies of the original and registered wills.<br><br>  

Revision as of 21:23, 28 April 2009

England Gotoarrow.png Devonshire Probate Records

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.

Indexes

optional: general note about indexes and any overlap between indexes

Online

list and explanation with links

Microfilm or Printed

Identify which, link to FHLC?

Probate Records

Registered

add information here

Original

add information here

Extracts

add information here

Locating Probate Records


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

Strategies, Tips, Other?

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