Have you heard of the term “nuncupative will” and wondered what one would look like? If you have never come across this term, here’s your chance to learn something new. Our research often throws us curves in the form of new types of documents. If we’re going to become excellent genealogists, we need to become familiar with a variety of terms and records. I’d read and taught about nuncupative wills but never discovered one in my research until recently. The Nuncupative Will of William Miler Doing some basic probate research on the Miller family of Lincoln County, Kentucky, I came...
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