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Probate records for the Mattishall area of Norfolk
I have made a pdf file of a will index and a will abstract for most of the ANF, NCC, ANW wills in Cockley Cley, Hockering, Mattishall, Mattishall Burgh, North Tuddenham, Welbourne, Whineburgh and Yaxham from about 1500 to about 1700 . I have a few wills from East Dereham and some from Brandon Parva. I have extensive wills for the family names of Blythes, Crosholds, Dusgates, Howletts, and Younges? What is the best way to share this information with others? firstname.lastname@example.org
- Good question. When asked similar I recommend the document-sharing website Scribd or Google Docs. Just create a free account and upload. Then let those you want to know about the information know the link. You could also add the link to this article. You may also want to review the Share the Information article which has other suggestions that you may like to investigate. --Steve 16:39, 4 April 2011 (UTC)
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