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The copy of the will of George Ralegh


T.N. Brushfield

Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 1:7, (1900) pp. 202-204.

Prepared by Michael Steer

The will of George Raleigh, (dated 1595, and proved the following year), who was elder step-brother of Sir Walter is presented in two sections. The first by Reynell Upham, and the second by T N Brushfield, MD. Both are included here under Dr Brushfield's name. Both sections provide important information on the Raleigh family. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.
Binmore, William 202
Blake, George alias Raleigh 201-3
Blake, Margaret 202-3
Blake, Raleigh 201
Carswill, Nicholas Esq 202
Drake, Margaret 202-3
Drake, Thomas 202
Edwards 203
Granfield, John 202
Gribble, John 202
Hill, Robert 202
Hodder, Thomasine 202
Holland 203
Mary I 203
Medland, Margaret 202
Milles, Dean 203
Raleigh, Dorothie 201-3
Raleigh family 203
Raleigh, John 202
Raleigh, Mary 203
Raleigh, Sir Walter 203
Raleighe, George, of Fardell Esq (also Rawley) 201, 204
Ray, Andrew 202
Rogers, Mawdlin 202
Seller, John 202
Snedall, Hugh 203
Snedall, John 203
Snedall, Mary 203
Snedall, Mr Walter 202-3
Snidall, Henry 202
Stidson, Jone 202
Stidson, Philip 202
Walsingham, Sir Francis 203
Westcote 203
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