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Five wills and four inventories are extant from this period and contain examples of testators who had considerable wealth; goods and property value

The three surviving wills and inventories, all from the 1570s, reflect a mixed agricultural community.

Farleigh wallop was a parish with a non-resident landlord, the earl of Portsmouth.

Eight wills and eight inventories together with one set of accounts survive for this period.

Five wills and four inventories survive for this period, all from HRO, reflecting a mixed farming economy of sheepa nd crops.

Nine wills and seven inventories survive for this period. the earliest two were written in Latin.

The rural parish of Upton Grey is located on the north-east edge of the Hampshire chalk downland some 20 miles (32 km.) north-east of Winchester an

The first tranche of this probate material from the years 1544-1560 is posted here and includes 10 wills and 7 inventories.

Thirty-two wills and twenty-nine inventories from the parish of Cliddesden from 1541-1700, have been transcribed by the Wills Group of the New Vict