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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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The parish of Dunnington. Probate juridiction was apparently not exercised by the prebenaries of Dunnington after 1729 and henceforth Dunnington wills are found in the main [Exchequer_and_Prerogative_Courts_of_the_Archbishop_of_York|Exchequer Court]] series.
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