Sunday, March 13, 2011

Special Report

The Will I am looking for is not in the Will book but the deed book. "The early deed books contain some marriages, wills, powers of attorney." Deed book L covers the time period in question Deeds v. L-M 1804-1815. Will book L covers the wrong time period.
I've been reading through the 22 pages of probate documents I have. Archibald Fisher's estate was handled initially like an intestate probate. Evidently a Will was discovered at some point and recorded with the deeds. 

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