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The New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) is offering free access to 40 Census, Tax and Voter lists databases on AmericanAncestors.org. These databases are mostly about New England families between the 18th and 20th centuries but other non-New England (and a few non-U.S.) databases are included. Check the list of databases .
You will need to enter a search on this page http://www.ancestry.com/will-probate-records to start your free access. When you try to view the actual records, you'll be asked to sign up for a free basic account, which is required to see the record.
Note that a free basic account does not require credit card info, and is different from a free trial. NEVER accept the free trial offer from Ancestry! Many who did accept this offer were not able to cancel the trial before their credit card was charged for an on-going subscription. Caveat emptor!
U.S. Wills and Probate Records at Ancestry.com ~ What are probate records? How to search these databases.
(1) You can use Ancestry.com for FREE at the Rio Rancho Public Libraries. All you need is a free library card.
(2) Many of these will and probate files have been available on FamilySearch.org for sometime now, but they are not all indexed. As of 5 Sep 2016 there are 208 collections on FamilySearch.org which contain estate, probate and court records.
The Wiki pages at FamilySearch.org give you very helpful information about many of these collections. Example: Illinois Probate Records https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Illinois_Probate_Records_%28FamilySearch_Historical_Records%29