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Nathan J. Staniforth

Anybody have a FMP Subscription

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Yes, contact me on gdcrapper@gmail.com

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27 minutes ago, Gordon crapper said:

Yes, contact me on gdcrapper@gmail.com

Thank you very much Gordon, this will be a huge help.

Nathan

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what info do you need nathan?

 

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DorothyStaniforth1673EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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GeorgeStaniforth1660EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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GeorgeStaniforth1667EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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GeorgeStaniforth1698Troway, EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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HenryStaniforth1661WirksworthLichfield Consistory Court

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JohnStaniforth1681EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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JohnStaniforth1682EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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JohnStaniforth1691Litfield, EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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JohnStaniforth1693EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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JoshuaStaniforth1670BeightonLichfield Consistory Court

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JosiahStaniforth1675BeightonLichfield Consistory Court

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RobertStaniforth1681BeightonLichfield Consistory Court

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SarahStaniforth1692Litfield, EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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TimothyStaniforth1684PenkridgeLichfield Consistory Court

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WilliamStaniforth1671EckingtonLichfield Consistory Court

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WilliamStaniforth1697Hackenthorpe, BeightonLichfield Consistory Court

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Learn about these records

About Lichfield Consistory Court Wills, 1650-1700

Discover your ancestor’s will from the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry, including parts of Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Derbyshire and Shropshire. You will find the name of the testator, occupation and residence. Wills are valuable resources for your family tree.

Locating the original documents

The original wills are held at Lichfield Record Office. To obtain a copy of the original will or administration, download a copyright/order form from Lichfield Record Office. Complete this and post with the remittance for the cost of the will etc. to Lichfield Record Office. A copy of Lichfield Record Office’s Fees and Charges is also available online. Currently there is a standard charge irrespective of the number of pages.

Each record includes a transcript of the original court record. The amount of information in each transcript can differ, but most will include a combination of the follow:

Name of testator

Occupation

Entry date

Testator’s place and county of residence

Court

Document type

Additional notes

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Thanks Dawn, Got to be honest I was expecting there to be more information than there actually was on there, but I definitely appreciate the transcriptions nonetheless

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Nathan

These are not Court Rolls, they are Wills.

The Eckington Court Rolls are available at Sheffield Archives from 1793 and are with the Sitwell Papers.

Reference MD8099

Alternative Reference number 1996/26

TitleAshton, Morton, Slack, Solicitors, Sheffield

Description Manor of Eckington court rolls (vols. 12-17), 1783-1935;

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15 hours ago, bonnie said:

Nathan

These are not Court Rolls, they are Wills.

The Eckington Court Rolls are available at Sheffield Archives from 1793 and are with the Sitwell Papers.

Reference MD8099

Alternative Reference number 1996/26

TitleAshton, Morton, Slack, Solicitors, Sheffield

Description Manor of Eckington court rolls (vols. 12-17), 1783-1935;

 

Thanks Bonnie, I've discovered these weren't what I was looking for, I will be making a trip to the archives to look at the Court Rolls as well as the Alderson & Dust solicitors collection, there's a ton of letters and other documents related to the Staniforths that I'm interested in seeing, I was amazed when I saw the list of items they have and I saw personal letters and correspondences on there!

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