Prerogative courts

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Archiepiscopal Courts

From medieval times to the mid nineteenth centuries the church courts had a wide jurisdiction, and heard cases including defamation, matrimony, tithe, probate, church rights and breach of faith by clergy. At first there was only one central York c...

Church of England, Diocese of York

Deeds and papers of the Wenlock family

  • Wenlock
  • fonds
  • [12th century]-1920

Lawley family settlements, drafts, copies and related documents, 1717-1807; papers relating to offices and patents, c.1820-1839; papers relating to Angram and Hutton Wandesley, including title deeds, 1372-1823, leases, 1769-1775, and associated l...

Lawley family, Barons Wenlock

Probate

The records in this section represent the probate material that was passed to the District Probate Registry in York when probate became a civil matter in 1858. The transfer of material took place in 1886 – some years after the Diocesan courts ceas...

Church of England, Diocese of York