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Administration in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Digital copies of wills proved by the Prerogative Court of Canterbury have been available online for some time, but currently the administrations granted by the court are

Posted by: David Hopkins on 23 Dec 2014

British Isles Surname Maps

Forebears have re-introduced surname distribution maps for the British Isles, consisting of England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. They

Posted by: David Hopkins on 22 Dec 2014

The Royal Kalendar

The The Royal Kalendar contains short details on the British establishment at home and abroad. Among many topics, it covers royal families of Europe, British peers, MPs,

Posted by: David Hopkins on 11 Dec 2014

Arkansas Births and Christenings

Index to birth, baptism and christening records from the state of Arkansas. The index can be used to locate original records, which may contain further details.

Filed under: Birth & Baptism on 3 Apr 2015

Arkansas Deaths and Burials

Name index to death and burial records from the state of Arkansas. The index can be used to locate original records, which may contain further details.

Filed under: Death & Burial on 3 Apr 2015

Vermont Probate Files

Digital images, indexed by name, of records detailing the distribution of real and personal estate of deceased individuals from the state.

Filed under: Wills & Probate on 3 Apr 2015

Bhangee

The Bhangi (Sanskrit: भङ्गी,) or Valmiki (as they prefer to be known) caste are considered the lowest of the low in the Indian caste system. This status is also referred to as untouchable, as those of higher castes fear touching them, believing ...

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Pitchiguntla

This surname has been assumed by members of a caste, a hereditary group that typically followed a certain occupation or occupations.

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Varouhakis

The name Varouh or Barouh was imported to Crete by Jews from Turkey and has become suffix with -akis, which can somewhat be equated with the American Junior. Barouh is from the Hebrew Baruch (Hebrew: בָּרוּךְ.) The name is mentioned three times ...

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