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The ‘whereas’ clause at the start of a Bill of Com­plaint is of­ten the most use­ful as it can give in­for­ma­tion about many pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tions. This of­ten refers to land held by an ear­lier an­ces­tor, and its route down through the fam­ily can be minutely de­scribed, with names of wives, dates of mar­riage, dates and places of death, and names of chil­dren. Deeds and wills are of­ten quoted in full.

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