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New York Probate Records, A Genealogist's Guide to Testate and Intestate Records epub

by Gordon L. Remington


New York Probate Records, A Genealogist's Guide to Testate and Intestate Records epub

ISBN: 0880822430

ISBN13: 978-0880822435

Author: Gordon L. Remington

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Publisher: Example Product Manufacturer (2011)

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The term probate historically has referred only to persons leaving wills (testate) and not to those who died .

The term probate historically has referred only to persons leaving wills (testate) and not to those who died without one (intestate). Probate now is defined as the general class of records associated with an estate. This is a watershed book created to provide genealogists with the tools to locate probate records in New York State from the past 300 years.

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Start by marking New York State Probate Records: A Genealogist's Guide to Testate and Intestate Records as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. New York State The term "probate" historically has referred only to persons leaving wills (testate) and not to those who died without one (intestate).

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Professional genealogist Gordon Remington joins Jane to talk about New York probate records and his book New York State Probate Records: A Genealogist's Guide to Testate and Intestate Records," published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Gordon will give an overview of probate history in NY, tell us what records were generated in the NY probate system, talk about his book and then discuss what records can be found online since his book was published in 2011.

An essential handbook for anyone with New York ancestors.

New York State Probate Records: A Genealogist's Guide to Testate and Intestate Records. The Graveyard Shift: A Family Historian's Guide to New York City Cemeteries. These types of guides not only help you find and interpret the most fundamental genealogical documents, but may also lead you to records you didn’t even know existed. The Library holds too many regional guides to genealogy to list them all, but here are a few examples to get you started

In 2002 he published New York State Probate Records: A Genealogist’s Guide to Testate and Intestate Records, and New York State Towns, Villages, and Cities: A Guide to Genealogical Sources under the auspices of The New England Historic Genealogical Society.

In 2002 he published New York State Probate Records: A Genealogist’s Guide to Testate and Intestate Records, and New York State Towns, Villages, and Cities: A Guide to Genealogical Sources under the auspices of The New England Historic Genealogical Society.

Probate records can be any kind of document used in an individuals’ estate settlement in court. The amount of documents and their contents can differ depending on the time period. If here is a large amount of property to settle, then multiple jurisdictions may carry records. These records are rarely found together in one place.

This watershed book has been newly updated, providing genealogists with the latest tools for locating probate records in New York State from the past 300 years. Remington gives practical information on how to access those records through the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, in addition to each of New York's sixty-two County Surrogate Courts (the courts in charge of probating estates in New York today), other repositories, and references to published abstracts in both books and periodicals. Includes maps identifying the location of each county.