Gloucestershire Wills

Abstracts of Gloucestershire Probate Records

Contacting one of our Contributors

Ideally you will have arrived at this page because you are interested in an abstract of a Will contributed by Crandall Family Association to the above collection, and you are hoping to be able to contact them. If you reached here by a search engine or other means, you may wish to explore Gloucestershire Probate Records to understand better what this web site is about first.

Contact details for: Crandall Family Association (none available)

Additional Notes: These Wills were collected by The Crandall Family Association, for the purposes of researching the families of two Rhode Island immigrants, John CRANDALL (1618-1676) born at Westerleigh, and Arnold COLLINS (c.1658-1735), probably born Bristol.

Abstracts include all PCC wills of testators from Winterbourne and Westerleigh from 1590 to 1640 and from Iron Acton, Frampton Cotterell, and Mangotsfield from 1610 to 1630.

Please note however the Crandall Family Association provide these abstracts for information only to those who may find them useful. They have no direct connection with any individuals mentioned in the Wills.

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  1. The above details were correct at the time they were provided to me (originally 22 Feb 2004); however the web is a volatile beast, so please bear in mind the information may no longer be current.

  2. Contact details are provided for acknowledging contributions, and for establishing mutual interest only - please do NOT expect us to provide more general help with your research. In addition, please be aware that the submitter may NOT be researching the families mentioned in the Will, as he or she may have collected it for another purpose entirely - for example, Local History or Population research.

  3. As a precaution against spam-bot "harvesting", all email addresses are provided using snippets of Javascript code. Nevertheless they may still attract unsolicited email, or "spam", so many submitters prefer NOT to make their email address available directly.

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