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WYNDEAT Family Death Duty Registers

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Contents of this page: [George WINDEATT] [Richard WINGETT] [Walter WINDEATT]

These three names from a list of Death Duty registers proved in the Court of Exeter. were found on the PRO site.  The information is minimal but it does provide evidence of family relationships and also the fact that these individuals had some property worth leaving despite dying intestate. 

For a  list of other WINDGEAT (and variants) Wills please go to the WILLS page.


George WINDEATT of Ilsington, Yeoman

Date of Administraton:  27th March 1800

Sum Sworn to: Under 300

Name and Place of Abode with the Degree of Kindred of the Administrator or Administratrix: Mary WINDEATT of the same Place, Widow

SOURCE: PRO Catalogue Number: IR/26/342

MY NOTES: 
Who is this George?  We don't know. 
N.B. The PRO index lists this record as George WINDCATT but the original is clearly written as WINDEATT.


Richard WINGETT of Harberton

Date of Administraton:  27th February 1804

Sum Sworn to: Under 300

Name and Place of Abode with the Degree of Kindred of the Administrator or Administratrix: George WINDEATT of Dawlish, Devon a Brother and one of his next of Kin__

SOURCE: PRO Catalogue Number: IR/26/342

MY NOTES:  Yet another George that we can't identify.  It is interesting to note the differing surname spellings here, i.e. Richard WINGETT with a brother George WINDEATT.


Walter WINDEATT of Widecombe, Yeoman

Date of Administraton: February 13 1804

Sum Sworn to: Under 300

Name and Place of Abode with the Degree of Kindred of the Administrator or Administratrix: Elizabeth WINDEATT of Widecombe, Widow__

SOURCE: PRO Catalogue Number: IR/26/342

MY NOTES: 
N.B. The PRO index lists this record as
Walter WINDEATH but the original definitely has two ts at the end.  However it might be spelled WINDIATT - it is not clear from the photocopy which is covered in stray dots.


 

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