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THE SURVIVING EAST ALLINGTON WILLS 

 

Almost all of Devon's Wills were destroyed during the bombing of Exeter. Just a handful  have survived, either in the form of copies  made by the Inland Revenue for legacy tax purposes or by the Prerogative Court of Canterbury during the probate completion process.

Copies of the wills listed below can be obtained on-line for a small payment. Go to

East Allington wills

The original spelling has been retained.

 

NAME
DATE ON WHICH PROBATE WAS GRANTED
Rev. William Wells, Clerk of East Allington 20 November 1839
John Scobell, or Scoble, Prideaux, Gentleman 5 April 1838
Sarah Granvill, widow 5 January 1833
William Granvill 7 June 1830
Dorothy Bury, spinster 31 January 1793
John Full, Gentleman 11 September 1777
Peter Strong 21 August 1776
Elizabeth Fortescue, Spinster 11 February 1769
Richard Clift, Mariner 4 June 1694
Nicholas Downing, Yeoman 30 June 1658
John Dyer, Gentleman 23 December 1656
Edmund Hingston, Yeoman 25 February 1651
John Adames, Sailer 8 November 1617

 

 
 
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