01/18/2017 - 1:30 pm
Member Meeting ABCs of Genealogy Sources
2421 Event Center, 2421 Tamaiami Trail, Port Charlotte, FL 33952
01/19/2017 - 10:00 am
Lee County Genealogy Society
Cypress Lakes Presbyterian Church, 8260 Cypress Lake Dr., Ft. Myers
01/23/2017 - 10:30 am
CCGSI Class Genealogy
Mid County Library Rm. C
There are three types of wills: Attested, Holographic and Nuncupative. The attested will is the most common and is prepared for the testator. A holographic will is written by the testator himself. A nuncupative will is the deathbed wishes of the testator, recorded by a witness present at the bedside. All wills must be witnessed.
An "executor" is named by the testator and is required by the court to post a bond. An "administrator" is appointed to handle the affairs of one who dies intestate (without a will).
Death Records can be the least accurate records depending upon the knowledge of the person reporting the information about the deceased.. Unfortunately, you will never be able to report your own information. How much do your children know about you?