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    Probably not, just the name & address of the...

    Probably not, just the name & address of the person administration was granted to, older admons have these details on the index entry anyway.
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    Someone whose mother is a DNA match with me via...

    Someone whose mother is a DNA match with me via my 4x great grandfather (and manages her mother's tree) has put my direct line on her tree right down to the present, including me and my brothers ...
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    Updated

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    I've got several, one main one, two separate ones...

    I've got several, one main one, two separate ones for particular surnames, another for working things out without messing up the main one, one for OH's DNA, two for local history, another for my...
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    In 1939 they were still at the same address.

    In 1939 they were still at the same address.
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    Also on FreeBMD, Frances E Burgess, Brentford,...

    Also on FreeBMD, Frances E Burgess, Brentford, Jun Q 1941, 3a 465 aged 83
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    Free BMD has a death for Henry Burgess December...

    Free BMD has a death for Henry Burgess December quarter 1939 in Brentford district 3a 471 (which covers Ealing) aged 83 .
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    Soemtimes you might be lucky and get an...

    Soemtimes you might be lucky and get an administration with will annexed (if for instance the executor has died or like one I have, a DIY will which did not name an executor) in which case they are...
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    Just the name and address of the person to whom...

    Just the name and address of the person to whom it was granted.
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    Still wating for one due 9th August.

    Still wating for one due 9th August.
  11. Agree with Crown St, but I think the occupation...

    Agree with Crown St, but I think the occupation is Fireman, the "man" part is identical to the "Seaman" in the baptism above it.
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    With a birth date of 1939 the son may well be...

    With a birth date of 1939 the son may well be still be alive so I have removed his name.
  13. Yes, I witnessed many wills when I worked in...

    Yes, I witnessed many wills when I worked in banking, nearly always covered over. Bank policy was to sign and also use the date stamp.
  14. Thanks Kat. I think Henry Harwood signed, yes...

    Thanks Kat. I think Henry Harwood signed, yes it's just the fact that the testator signed that they are witnessing.

    I'm trying to unknot the Harwood families around the Pulborough area, they have...
  15. I've been asked about where to find Sussex wills...

    I've been asked about where to find Sussex wills on Familysearch, here's the link

    Or you can search the catalogue with England, Sussex in the place field, Probate in the subjects field and...
  16. Probate was 1690, it was written in 168? - I'd...

    Probate was 1690, it was written in 168? - I'd forgotten that I can't read the final digit. There's a link in my first post if anyone fancies a look.
  17. Of course, I can see it now - every well bucket...

    Of course, I can see it now - every well bucket needs a rope and the "rackes" would be in the stable to hold the tack. Thankyou Sussex Maid - it's a Sussex will too!
  18. What did Martin inherit after the well bucket?

    I'm struggling with a couple of words in Joane Harwood's will, any thoughts please?

    one yeareafter my decease by my Executor It I give to my sone martin Harwood my tabell and forme in the hall and...
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    That's encouraging JLB, they're nudging forwards...

    That's encouraging JLB, they're nudging forwards then.
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    Thankyou Carolyn. I've got a lot of wills from...

    Thankyou Carolyn. I've got a lot of wills from 17th & 18th century Sussex on Familysearch to play with in the meantime instead of twiddling my thumbs!
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    The will I'm waiting for was due 9th August, does...

    The will I'm waiting for was due 9th August, does anyone else have an order nearly a fortnight overdue?
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    I'm pining for the days when I used to go to the...

    I'm pining for the days when I used to go to the High Holborn search room twice a year, heave the ledgers about to find wills, fill in the order form, get it checked by the clerk, pay the cashier,...
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    I think this is it...

    I think this is it
  24. The nephew is just the executor, wills are only...

    The nephew is just the executor, wills are only £1.50 now so you could find out what he left and to whom quite cheaply.
  25. I just dipped into the FTF Reference Library...

    I just dipped into the FTF Reference Library Essex page and found the Thurrock Local History website, maybe their members have local knowledge of the photographers you are seeking.
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