When I was planning the podcast, it was clear that I would have to set aside two subjects for later talks. How to find the will in the first place and how to work on any inventory that might be attached to the will. I hope to return to those subjects later on.
Since posting the podcast, it has been pointed out that transcribing a family will is a task that fellow enthusiasts in a family history group may be only too happy to join in with. Thanks for the comment, David.
During the podcast, I mentioned Christopher Marsh’s book on non-conformity in East Anglia. Here are the details of that book: Family of Love in English Society (Cambridge Studies)