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Probate records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford, 1516-1732

Probate records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford, 1516-1732

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Published by British Record Society in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oxfordshire (England),
  • England,
  • Oxfordshire
    • Subjects:
    • Church of England. Diocese of Oxford. Consistory Court -- Archives.,
    • Church of England. Archdeaconry of Oxford. Court -- Archives.,
    • Probate records -- England -- Oxfordshire -- History -- Sources -- Bibliography.,
    • Oxfordshire (England) -- Genealogy -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesOxfordshire probate records, 1516-1732.
      Statementbased on an index compiled by Ernest Cheyne ; revised by D.M. Barratt.
      SeriesThe Index library ;, 93-94, Index library (British Record Society) ;, 93-94.
      ContributionsCheyne, Ernest., Barratt, D. M., Clapinson, Mary., British Record Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS434 .B7 vol. 93-94, KD8688.O92 .B7 vol. 93-94
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3043935M
      ISBN 100901505099, 0901505161
      LC Control Number82136535

      England & Wales, Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., Original data: Prerogative Court of Canterbury: Wills of Selected Famous Persons. Digitized images. Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.   The Fifty Earliest English Wills in the Court of Probate, London by Church of England Province of Canterbury. Prerogative Court, Frederick James Furnivall, Great Britain Court of Probate.

      Proceed to the "Records" (below) to determine what original probate records exist for this court. Also see "Family History Library Records."3. Contact or visit the Berkshire County 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 The Church of England Courts These courts date back to the pre-reformation period but their records are largely of use to the family historian from the 16th to 18th centuries. Alongside the criminal and civil courts and the courts of equity of this period was a whole network of some three or four hundred ecclesiastical courts whose activities.

      Printed Indexes for the Archdeaconry and Consistory Court of Oxford (The indexes described below in volu 94 and are now online and can be searched FindMyPast) , All Probates (FHL B4b) & (BYU CS B7) volumes These volumes are part of the Index Library series (BRS). Volume 93 covers testators A-K and volume 94 is L-Z. Probate records dated on or after It is relatively easy to trace probate records dated on or after 12 January On this date a civil Court of Probate was established, with overall responsibility for proving wills and granting letters of administration in England and Wales.


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Probate records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford, 1516-1732 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Probate records of the courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford, Statement of Responsibility: based on an index compiled by Ernest Cheyne ; revised by D.M.

Barratt. Probate records of the courts of the bishop and archdeacon of Oxford,Volume 94 Index library Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford. PROBATE RECORDS OF BISHOP AND ARCHDEACON OF OXFORDVol.

I (A-K) 1 volume. ISBN: 0 09 9. Pages: xiii + Published: This publication is no longer available. Contents. N.B. Except where indicated by different volume or part numbers, all subjects are included in the same physical volume. 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 This article explains about probate records for this. Probate notices published in the Pontiac Bill Poster (Pontiac Michigan) 2 V. Tyndall, Dorothy J., ed.

S2C Probate records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford. Person name indexes to the wills: printed indexes to probate records of the bishop and archdeacon's courts, (2 volumes) andwith the peculiar courts, (1 volume).

Administrative / biographical background: The Archdeaconry of Oxford forms part of the Diocese of Oxford which was founded in Probate records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford, / based on an index compiled by Ernest Cheyne ; revised by D.M. Barratt. 1 & 2. Diocesan and Archdeaconry courts in Oxford diocese.

All surviving Oxford wills proved in Diocesan and Archdeaconry courts are held at the Oxfordshire History Centre in Cowley, and are listed in three published volumes. Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford – Volume I: A–K.

Cheyne and D. Barratt (eds), Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford – (British Rec. Soc. 93–4, –85) Prob. Recs. Oxon. – D.M. Barratt, J. Howard-Drake, and M. Priddey (eds), Index to the Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford – ( ).

Cheyne and D. Barratt (eds), Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford – (British Rec. Soc.

93–4, –85) Prob. Recs. Oxon. – D. Barratt, J. Howard-Drake, and M. Priddey (eds), Index to the Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford – ( ).

Person name indexes to the wills: printed indexes to probate records of the bishop and archdeacon's courts, (2 volumes) andwith the peculiar courts, (1 volume). Administrative / biographical background: Following the dissolution of the monasteries, Henry VIII created six sees including the see of Oxford.

Get this from a library. Probate records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford, [Ernest Cheyne; D M Barratt; Mary Clapinson; British Record Society.;]. In Oxford Diocese, the will proved by the Bishop and those proved by the Archdeacon have been hopelessly confused into one wills sequence, which runs from to and includes a few wills relating to the Archdeaconries of Berkshire and Buckingham which have come through the Bishop’s Court after / Canterbury Probate Records for the years Records include Archdeaconry & Consistory Courts probate records and Consistory court Inventories for the years for the East and South East Kent regions.

Copies available from Canterbury Cathedral Archives. The Archdeacon is there to ensure that the bishop is aware of the needs and concerns of clergy and people, and to foster in them a fuller sense of their responsibilities as members of Christ’s body.

She shares the ordinary jurisdiction of the bishop, and exercises the jurisdiction of the consistory court of the diocese as the chancellor directs. History. The first archdeacon of Oxford is recorded before – around the time when archdeacons were first appointed across England – in the Diocese of was one of eight archdeacons appointed by the bishop: Lincoln, Huntingdon, Northampton, Leicester, Buckingham, Bedford and Stow.

In the Henrican Reorganization, the archdeaconry was transferred to the newly-erected Diocese of. Probate, marriage and divorce, tithes, defamation, and disciplinary prosecutions involving the laity are all covered.

All disappeared from the church's courts during the mid-nineteenth century, and were taken over by the royal courts. The book traces the steps and reasons - large and small - Cited by: [Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford Bd I.

] John Strange of Watlington. The 9th October The same archdeacon commited Letters of Adstracon. of all the good &ca. of the deased to Elizabeth his Widow she being sworn well and duly to administer saving the right of all others.

Get this from a library. Index to the probate records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford, and of the Oxfordshire peculiars, [D M Barratt; Joan Howard-Drake; Mark Priddey; Oxfordshire Record Society.; Church of England.

Diocese of Oxford. Consistory Court.; Church of England. Archdeaconry of Oxford. Court.;]. Vol. Index to the probate records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford,and of the Oxfordshire Peculiars,edited by D M Barratt, Joan Howard-Drake and Mark Priddey () Vol.

The Brightwell parish diaries, edited by Mark Spurrell (). probate records of the court of the archdeacon of sudbury vol. i (a-k) probate records of bishop and archdeacon of oxfordvol. i (a-k) northamptonshire administrations from archdeaconry court of suffolk probate records at ipswich vol.

ii (l-z) archdeaconry court of suffolk probate records.Wills probated in the Consistory Court of the Bishop of Bristol - including the Great Orphan Books in the Council House Bristol - No Ismay references.

PPC Wills - No Ismay references. Placiata: Pleas of the Court of King’s Bench No Ismay references. About UK, Extracted Probate Records, This database is a collection of historical probate records from the United Kingdom. The records in this collection can range in date from the late 13th century to the late 20th century.