UK Genealogy-Links - Lincolnshire County Free Lookup Index. Untitled. Entries in the Steeple Ashton parish registers of christenings indicate that three children were christened on the following dates: Robert 8 Aug 1630; William 17 Jun 1632 and Robert 3 Mar 1633.
All three of the children are listed as the sons of "Robert Berret". From the christening entries of the children, we know the name of the father. Beyond the name of "Robert Berret", nothing is known about this relative or his wife. Because of extensive research, it can be said for a fact that Robert Berrett ca 1604 is the first relative to appear on the pedigree of the "Berretts of Down Berrett Lane" and thousands of other Berretts. Robert's birthdate is estimated. The third son of Robert Berrett (1604) was christened "Robert" 3 Mar 1633 in Steeple Ashton, Wiltshire, England.
Robert was married probably in the latter part of August or in September of 1655 in Devizes, Wiltshire, to Elizabeth Francis of Steeple Ashton. Elizabeth and Robert Berrett had five children - 4 girls and one boy, Robert. Manningford Bruce, Wiltshire. Parish registers & Online Transcriptions Archive. Looking for a particular name?
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Lancashire OnLine Parish Clerk Project - Dorset OPC. Somerset Online Parish Clerks (Genealogy) Wilsford%20(Pewsey)%20-%20Marriages%201589-1837.pdf. A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 10 (pp. 113-119) Wiltshire Probate Records. From FamilySearch Wiki England Wiltshire Getting Started Probate is the legal court process by which the estate of a deceased person is distributed to his or her heirs.
Probate records include wills and administrations. 1858 to the Present Beginning in 1858, the Principal Probate Registry had the authority for probating estates. Before 1858 Before 1858, Church of England ecclesiastical courts had authority for this process. Step 1. Here are some online indexes to probate records that include individuals who lived in Wiltshire. Before looking for a will, you should search an index. This catalogue gives access to wills and other probate records of the diocese of Salisbury which used to cover not only Wiltshire but also Berkshire (under certain circumstances) and parts of Dorset and Devon.
Is a collection of about 1000 abstracts of probate documents relating to people residing in the neighbourhood of the towns of Hungerford and Wantage in Berkshire. If yes, go to Step 4 below. Step 2. Step 3. Wiltshire County Council - Wiltshire Archive Catalogue - Wiltshire Wills. Introduction Welcome to the Wiltshire and Swindon Archives, Wiltshire Wills on-line catalogue!
This catalogue gives access to wills and other probate records of the diocese of Salisbury which used to cover not only Wiltshire but also Berkshire (under certain circumstances) and parts of Dorset and Devon. You can search for people by name, place, occupation and date. The collection covers 1540-1858. Searching the catalogue is FREE. How it works Search for Free Search the catalogue by filling in the fields in the left-hand menu bar, by name, place, occupation and date then click on the grey SEARCH button (you may need to scroll down to see this).
View Records On-Line With effect from 26th January a new pay to view service is being launched for the on-line images part of the Wiltshire Wills. Wiltshire County Cemetery Records, England. First Steps in Family History. Everyone has a different way of approaching their family history, and a unique motive for doing so.
For many people, it is natural human curiosity, for others a need for some kind of escapism from the routine of everyday life, or perhaps a search for identity and a desire to learn more about our make-up, to discover who we are and where we have come from. What are you aiming at? You have lots of possible avenues to research, but at the outset you need to decide whether, for instance, you will begin by tracing your father’s line as far back as possible, or perhaps you will try to tackle your direct female line (your mother’s mother, her mother, and so on). Taking the second option will mean that the surname you are searching for will change with every generation.
You might decide to research each of your grandparents, giving you four different surnames to explore, or perhaps try to discover all you can about each of your great, great grandparents. Starting out in family history Yourself. Wiltshire Online Parish Clerks Family History Local History.