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FW: Origins Network News: Unique Probate records and Inheritance Dispute Indexes now available exclusively on British Origins!

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  • Gordon Lane
    Please note that your reply will now only go to the original sender For your information Regards Gordon Lane Chairman Alberta Family Histories Society 712-16th
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 5, 2005
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      Please note that your reply will now only go to
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      For your information


      Regards

      Gordon Lane
      Chairman
      Alberta Family Histories Society
      712-16th Ave NW,
      Calgary, AB, T2W 0J8

      chairman@...
      www.afhs.ab.ca
      (403)214-1447



      -----Original Message-----
      From: Origins Network [mailto:maillist@...]
      Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2005 6:01 AM
      To: Gordon Lane
      Subject: Origins Network News: Unique Probate records and Inheritance
      Dispute Indexes now available exclusively on British Origins!

      Origins Network News: February 2005

      * Inheritance Dispute Index, over 26,000 records: 1574-1714

      * Probate Records, over 35,000 records

      Both datasets are now exclusively available to British Origins subscribers!
      (www.britishorigins.com)

      * Inheritance Dispute Index (1574-1714): over 26,000 records

      This database, compiled by *Peter Coldham, makes available for the first
      time, and exclusively on British Origins, a comprehensive index to over
      26,000 lawsuits instituted in the Chancery Court of England relating to
      inheritance of money or real estate.

      The Index to Inheritance Disputes identifies whose estate the case is
      concerned with, where that person lived, the parties to the dispute, the
      date the case started, and The National Archives (TNA) reference(s) to the
      original documents. The index covers the wills, bequests, grants of
      administration, descent of property, identity claims and other testamentary
      disputes tried in the Chancery Court in London.

      These cases typically involved several members of the same family so are of
      particular value to family historians.

      For more information, please visit www.originsnetwork.com to sign up or
      login to your British Origins or Total Access subscription today!

      *Compiled and made available exclusively to British Origins by Peter Coldham

      * The Borthwick Institute for Archives, York; Probate Records (over 35,000
      records)

      The Borthwick Institute's archive of probate records (wills, inventories and
      associated records) is the largest in England outside London and their
      indexes will be made available exclusively to British Origins subscribers.
      The first two of these indexes are now online.

      Information available in the records includes; testators full name,
      occupation, places associated with person, and document type- please see the
      information pages on British Origins for full details www.britishorigins.com


      - York Medieval Probate Index 1267-1500 This index covers over 10,000 wills
      proved in the Prerogative & Exchequer Courts of York in the period 1267 to
      1500. Wills are one of the most important sources for the family historian,
      and the originals of all the wills indexed here are held at the Borthwick
      Institute for Archives. Copies of these wills can be ordered online, via the
      index.

      - York Peculiars Probate Index 1383-1883 This index, accessible only via
      British Origins, covers over 25,000 wills proved in the fifty four peculiar
      courts of the Province of York in the five-hundred year period from 1383 to
      1883. The originals of all the wills indexed here are again held at the
      Borthwick Institute for Archives. Copies of these wills can be ordered
      online, via the indexes.


      For full information about the Probate records, please go to
      www.originsnetwork.com to sign up or login to your British Origins or Total
      Access subscription today!

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