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Durham Probate Records: Administration bonds 1726-1785

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



DPRI/3/1727/B211 12 December 1727 administration bond, penal sum £100; James DOUGLASS

DPRI/3/1728/B236 21 January 1729 will bond, penal sum £200; John DOUGLAS, esquire, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tine; possibly this John Douglas

DPRI/3/1730/B187 18 September 1730 administration bond, penal sum £30; James DOUGLASS, of Auckland

DPRI/3/1734/B27 5 April 1734 will bond, penal sum £400; Ellinor DOUGLAS, widow, of NewCastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1736/B106 21 August 1736 administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas DOUGLAS, of Sunderland

DPRI/3/1739/A99 4 March 1740 administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth DOUGLAS, of parish of Ilderton

DPRI/3/1749/A156 10 April 1749 administration bond, penal sum £20; Matthew DOUGLAS, on board H.M.S. Antelope, [royal navy] mariner, of on board HMS Antelope

 

DPRI/3/1750/A98/1 1 September 1750 administration bond, penal sum £30; Margarett DOUGLAS, spinster, of Sunderland

DPRI/3/1750/A98/2 1 September 1750 certificate of oath; Margarett DOUGLAS, spinster, of Sunderland

DPRI/3/1757/A86/1 21 September 1757 administration bond, penal sum £200; John DOUGLAS, apothecary, of Claypath in the parish of Saint Nicholas in Durham

DPRI/3/1757/A86/2 21 September 1757 certificate of oath; John DOUGLAS, apothecary, of Claypath in the parish of Saint Nicholas in Durham

Reference: DPRI/3/1761/A DPRI/3/1761/A1 2 January 1761 administration bond, penal sum £50; John DOUGLASS, wagon-man, of chapelry of Tanfield

DPRI/3/1761/A50/2 2 January 1761 certificate of oath; John DOUGLASS, wagon-man, of chapelry of Tanfield

DPRI/3/1779/A14 27 February 1779 administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas Ward DOUGLAS, mariner, of Gateshead

DPRI/3/1783/A107 1 November 1783 administration bond, penal sum £180; James DOUGLAS, miller, of Beamish Mill in the parish of Chester le Street

DPRI/3/1784/A26 16 April 1784 administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert DOUGLAS, yeoman, of East Bolden in the parish of Bolden

 

Durham Probate Records
 
  • 1726 - 1785
  • 1786 - 1819
  • 1820 - 1839
  • 1840 - 1858
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  • Durham burials 1813-1835
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