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a will look up if possible please

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littlelegs Report 28 Apr 2013 13:40

hi all
would someone please look at a will for me

joseph stenson died 1950 nottingham

thank you


George_of_Westbury Report 28 Apr 2013 13:48

This one?

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966
about Joseph Stenson
Name: Joseph Stenson
Probate Date: 2 Mar 1951
Death Date: 18 Nov 1950
Death Place: Nottinghamshire, England
Registry: Nottinghamshire, England

Left £489 4s 11d to widow Emma Stenson

8 Deering Sq. Deering steret Nottm

Ill send you the original by PM



littlelegs Report 28 Apr 2013 13:51

hi george
thank you very very much

how are you doing alright i hope
take care


George_of_Westbury Report 28 Apr 2013 13:59

Hi Lorraine
Im Fine thank you
Hope you are ok too.

Image sent



MarieCeleste Report 28 Apr 2013 15:10

Just to clarify - on the probate record it says that administration was granted to his widow, not that the money was left to her.

I don't really mean to be pedantic but there are quite a few people who, when seeing the name of the person being granted administration or probate, have said "why did he leave his money to them, instead of his family?" The person administering the estate would be someone deemed capable of carrying out the task and may not necessarily be a beneficiary.


GenealogyResearchAssistance Report 28 Apr 2013 15:23

Lorraine, you may decide to order the Will. This website will explain how to go about it:-

It will cost £6 but apart from the monetary distribution you can sometime find a wealth of family history and confirmation of theories.


Flip Report 28 Apr 2013 16:31

That's if it ever arrives - just ask Jude how long she waited for hers, then like busses 2 arrived at the same time! ;-)