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The settlement which developed into Ledbury grew up in the Anglo-Saxon period at an important crossroads where the road from Hereford to Worcester

The Wills and Inventories of

This was one of the original streets of the medieval town, its name recorded from 1288.

Despite its name, New Street is one of the oldest streets in Ledbury.

As part of the research into the history of Ledbury, building historian Duncan James produced a report on the timber-framed buildings of Ledbury: ‘

When complete this website will contain transcripts of all the wills and inventories for Burford for the period 1500 to 1700.

Water Colour painting of Croxden Abbey.  Showing the west wall of the chapter house, the interior and the high transept wall, exterior, from the so

There are surviving probate documents for 112 Eastnor people, for the years between 1442 and 1700.

There are ten Eastnor probate records pre-1501 listed in  the Calendar of Probate and Administration Acts 1407-1541 and Abstracts of Wills 1541

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