Court of the Peculiar of Pilton
Pilton was a peculiar probate court in the Diocese of Bath and Wells. It had jurisdiction over the manor and parish of Pilton only.
The records of this court, which were deposited at the Probate Registry at Exeter, were destroyed by enemy action during World War II. The following is information on the few records that survive.
Index to wills and administrations, 1661-1756
Probate and administration act books, 1662-1741
Family History Library
The Family History Library has very few original probate records for Somerset on microfilm. Most of the what the library has is various volumes of published abstracts. See the information found in the article on the Court of the Bishop of Bath & Wells (Episcopal Consistory).
The Society of Genealogists in London has copies of published abstracts of wills and other probate documents for Somerset. To see a list of titles, search their library catalogue for the Subject of "Somerset - General:Wills."