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wills on line - SUCCESS
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|Annie||Report||5 Sep 2003 20:23|
Hello people I tried to find the original entry where someone suggested www(.)documentsonline(.)pro(.)gov(.)uk so that I could thank them. I found the will (written 1842)of my g g g grandfather Henry Dulley who died in 1856. Great excitement. Paid my £3.00 and downloaded it between ferrying the kids last night! There are 3 witnesses one is a William Dulley I didn't know about , a Thomas Simmons and a George Deane. So to whoever suggested the site - thanks ever so much. Ann