Indexing resident's place for UK Probate Registry
I am indexing UK—Principal Probate Registry, 1858–1957 and it is pretty straight forward unless there is more than one residence listed.
Example: The will of George Jackson formerly of 14 Ernest-street Rhyl in the County of Flint but late of 17 Ash-street Buxton the County of Derby who died 20th October 1886 at Buxton was proved at Derby by Anne Jackson of 7 Ash-street widow the Relict the sole executrix.
The project instructions state: Do not index the death place as the place of residence unless it is specifically stated that the deceased died at his or her residence.
So what am I counting as the residence place? The formally Rhyl, Flint? Or the late Buxton, Derby? Which term (formally or late) is always the indicator of a residence place and does it apply in all similar examples?