2 edition of Shropshire probates in the Prerogative court of Canterbury, 1700-1749. found in the catalog.
Shropshire probates in the Prerogative court of Canterbury, 1700-1749.
Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Prerogative Court.
|Statement||Compiled and edited by George F. Matthews, B. A.|
|Contributions||Matthews, George Frederick, 1858- ed.|
|LC Classifications||CS435 .S28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||31004138|
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : George Frederick Matthews. The exceptions to this north/south division included 9 parishes in the northwestern part of the county that came under (C) the Consistory of St.
Asaph. There were also (D) two royal peculiars, (E) a prebendal court belonging to Lichfield, (F) a peculiar and several manorial courts in. Author of Abstracts of probate acts in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Index of wills proved in the Prerogative court of Canterbury., Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, (), Shropshire probates in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,Register ScroopeWills from Doctors' Commons, Principal Probate.
The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, or PCC, was the highest court in the land and could prove wills of any testators who had property in England and Wales. If they died overseas, in Scotland and Ireland or at sea then their will would be proved in the PCC. During the Commonwealth ecclesiastical jurisdictions in probate matters were abolished.
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Added entries for Shropshire (Salop) to Source Documents - Birth, Death and Marriage Records. Added PCC Will of Samuel Sterry () to Source Documents - Wills/Admins: Prerogative Court of .