Court of the Peculiar of the Prebendal of Heydour

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A general explanation of probate records in England, is given in the article England Probate Records.Click to read definitions of the words peculiar and prebend.

Step by Step

1. First  search each index (see below) to help you more quickly find the will or administration (admon), writing down each detail cited in the indexed entry.
2. Proceed to "Records" (below) to determine what probate records exist for this court.
3. Contact or visit the Herefordshire Record Office or, hire a professional record searcher to view these records on your behalf. Officials may send upon request a list of record searchers.
4. Visit The Family History Library or, one of its 4,500 satellite family history centers worldwide and search indexes to probate records; then with the information obtained from the index[es] you can search more quickly the original wills and admons also on microfilm via any centers near you.

Indexes

Online Indexes

Printed and Published Indexes

The Family History Library has Index to records of Lincoln Peculiar Courts, 1610-1827, on film 199985. The film covers the peculiars of Caistor, Louth, Heydour, Corringham, Bishop Norton, Kirton in Lindsey, Gretton, Empingham, Biggleswade and Sleaford or Lafford. The courts on the film include courts whose jurisdictions cover Northamptonshire, Rutlandshire and Bedfordshire in addition to Lincolnshire.The years for Heydour are 1669-1836, page 47.

Records

Archive Location

The original records are in the Lincolnshire Archives Office.

Archive Records

Add information about the manuscript, printed and digital records in this location.

Family History Library

The Family History Library has wills and administrations, 1669-1836, on film number 200102. Films can be view in the library or in a family history center. Film contains "A" through "W" surnames. Indent slips have name, date and residence. Some are written in old English.

Jurisdiction

Heydour (or Haydor), Aisby, Culverthorpe, Kelby and Oasby.