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Probate records, 1374-1857

Manuscript/Manuscript with Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1952-1998
910 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original records in the Guildhall Library, London.

There are no original or register copy wills for the years 1502-1516.

The first seven registers of copy wills (1374-1488) contain both wills, probate acts and acts of administration as well as a number of non-testamentary entries. In the year 1489 the registration of wills is separated from the probate acts and acts of administration.

Original wills, 1579-1649 are arranged chronologically. Starting in 1728 the wills are usually arranged by year, month, then alphabetically by the first letter of the surname. Some wills are filed out of sequence, but have been noted whenever possible. If you don't find the will in the place it should be, check through all the wills for that year.

For abstracts to some of the register copy wills in the London Division, see: Abstracts of copy wills, Commissary Court of London, registered wills, 1750-1857, in the Author/Title catalog.

If the probate document you want is not found among the records of this court, search the next highest jurisdiction: -----.

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