Is there perhaps a clue in your use of the word 'Administration' rather than
'Probate'? Is there any hint of any legal formalities not completed by the
testator in his own lifetime or by someone else relating to the property
which he left? A partial intestacy or something like that?
But I forget myself; this is speculation and searching without clues and I
gather that WE are not prepared to do this.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Edward Llewellyn-Jones" <edwardllansamlet(a)gmail.com>
Sent: Friday, May 17, 2013 12:11 AM
Subject: [Dyfed] Probate puzzle
Thanks for your reply. Yes it is that Will and there is nothing to
why it was proved in London. There is mention of property [undetermined]
watch and a seal and something that looks like 'hoath'. The Executor, a
nephew, was granted administration. As far as I know the property
consisted in a few acres - about 15. These went to his two sisters.
are no more details. The Will is fifteen lines long; and the Probate bit
just three lines. There is no mention of holding property based on a
or freehold or anything - it simply says property.
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