The Court of the Archdeacon of Surrey. This Court had power to grant probate of Wills, with jurisdiction extending over the County of Surrey, except the Peculiars. Its powers were, however, inhibited during six weeks in every year, and during three months at the primary visitation of the Bishop. Consequently we find in the following Register no record in any year of the probate of Wills between the latter part of July and a date towards the middle of September. The See of Winchester fell vacant by the death of William Waynflete in August, 1486, but his successor's primary visitation does not seem to have fallen within the period covered by this volume.