Court of the Peculiar of the Prebend of GrindalEdit This Page
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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 BritishOrigins. This is a subscription site.
Printed and Published Indexes
Original records are held in the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research.
Original wills, bonds and inventories, 1623-1628.
Family History Library Records
No records have been filmed for this court.
Grindal. Probate juridictions was not normally exercised by the later prebenaries of Grindal and after 1628 Grindal wills are located in the main Exchequer Courtseries.
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