Court of the Peculiar of the Manor of Askham BryanEdit This Page
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A general explanation of probate records in England, is given in the article England Probate Records.
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.
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Indexes for 54 peculiar courts, 1383-1883, are available online on British Origins.
Printed and Published Indexes
This is a subscription site. The Family History Library has a Calendar, 1710-1759.
The records for this court are held in the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research.
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Family History Library Records
The Family History Library has a Original wills 1710-1799. They are arranged as follows.
- Act book for 1772-1799, a list of fourteen wills and inventories with one dated 1686.
- Act book for 1757-1799.
- Original wills for 1710-1757 in th same order as numbered in the calendar
- Admons and inventories for 1715-1759 as ordered in the calendar
Films can be viewed in the library or in a family history center.
Jurisdiction was manorial court of Askham Bryan. It was not inhibited.
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