Estate records of Francis Epperson, Deceased,
Thomas Epperson, Deceased, and Robert Harris, Deceased

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An Inventory and Appraisment of the Estate of Francis Epperson dec'd Account current of Francis Epperson dec'd Deed from Thomas Epperson to Elijah Clark Will of Thomas Epperson, An Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of Thomas Epperson dec'd Account of sales of the estate of Robert Harris dec'd By appraisement Est Robert Harris dec'd An Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of Capt. Robert Harris decd An account of sales of the Estate of Robert Harris dec'd ====== "On the motion of Thomas Epperson, eldest son and Heir at Law of Francis Epperson, descd, who made oath according to law, certificate is Granted him for obtaining letters of administration of the said Francis Eppersons estate, he giving security, whereupon he with Lewis Jackson on his Security, entered into and acknowlege their bond according to Law for that purpose" Court order Book, Charlotte Co. January 2nd Court 1786. An Inventory and Appraisment of the Estate of Francis Epperson dec'd, Jany 20th 1786. Slaves Napper A man 80. Phill ditto 80. Jacob ditto 75. Sam ditto 70. Gabriel A boy 45. Horses 1 Gray horse 12. 1 Bay Mare 15. 11 Cattle 18. 1 Work Stear 4.10 9 Sheep 1.17.6 38 hogs 13. Crop of Corn 33. ditt Wheat 1.5 ditto Fodder 4. Parcel of Tobacco 6.15 3 Feather beds & furniture etc. 24. 1 Cupboard 3. 2 Tables 1.17.6 9 Setting Chairs 15/ - 1 Spice Morter etc 10/ 1.5 1 Hatchett 8/ 3 pewter dishes & 1 Bason 18/ 1.6 9 pewter plates 15/ 6 spoons 2/6 4 Tin pans 4/ 1.1.6 1 Mug & Small Bason 2/6 3 Grubing hoes 9/ .11.6 3 bottles 2 bowls & 1 Mug 2/3 1 Bible & Looking Glass .3.3 4 Axes 16/6 7 hoes 20/ 1 Trow & Wedge 6/ 2.2.6 1 Draw Knife & 2 hammers 1 Gimbles . 2 2 Juggs 5/ 1 Butter Pats 1 Chambr pot & Can . 8 1 Box Iron Candlestick & Sketles . 5 1 pr Tongs 5 Bars 13/ 2 Rawhides 6/ . 19 1 Cart 35/ 1.15 1 Trunk 3/6 2 pots 17/6 1 dutch oven 10/ 1.11 1 pr steelyards 8/ 2 wheels & cards 21/ 1.9 1 Chest 5/ 5 Case Knives & 7 forks & rasor 0.10 1 ea Money scales 5/ 1 Bursh 6. 0.5.6 Cups & saucers etc 1/6. 4 Reap hooks 2/ 0.4.6 1 hand saw & auger 2/6 3 pails 3/ 1 grindstone 1.7.6 502.12.3 Charlotte County In Obedience to an order of the Worshipful Court of Sd County to us directed we the subscribers being first sworn have appraised the Slaves and personal estate of Francis Epperson dec'd as above Stated; Given under our hands this 20th Jany 1786. O. Claybrook, Leith Judson, G. Spencer - Appraisors. Estate Francis Epperson Dec'd to Thomas Epperson 1780 Feby To paid Rob Watkins 21 Oct to Sundries paid Blare & Barksdale 1785 Ap 20 to paid James Daniel 1786 Jany to paid Col. Read Clk for recording admr Jany 10 to 2/2 Gallons Brandy To Cash paid James Adams for a buyer one day To paid Jos Wood for Grog at the sale 1785 Dec 28 To Cash paid Richard Hanson 1786 Feb 9 to paid Joel Watkins for tapes Apr 11 to ditto ditto & ditto Mch 6 to paid Francis Scott 26 to paid Col Read Clk Charlotte to Ditto Clk General Court To Joseph Dobbs for black Smiths acct 1791 Apr 8 to paid Joseph Wood as per his receipt 1786 Sept to paid John Thomas Senr his acct To Balance due the Estate Total 153.1.9 1/2 Contra 1785 May 11 By 1 ? 17 May 1 By 1 transfer note Janr 20 By Sundries purchased at the sale By Nathan Chaffen for Sundries ditto By Lewis Jackson for ditto By Joseph Watkins for ditto By Henry Pamplin for ditto By John Jackson for ditto By John Timberlake for ditto By Jos. Wood 960 cc Tobo@ 21/6 By Elizabeth Gray for Sundries at Sale By Cain Jackson for ditto By Daniel Deal for ditt By Theo Baker for ditto By Jeremiah Bonner for ditto By William Bryant for ditto By 22 Barrels of Corn at 15/ Total 153.1.9 1/2 Charlotte County Agreeable to an order of the worshipful court of said County we have settled the amount current of Francis Epperson dec'd with Thomas Epperson the admstr and we find the account as above stated. Given under our hands this 1st day of July 1791. Jacob Morton, Thos. Spencer Jr., Quin Morton At a Court held for Charlotte County the 4th day of July 1791. This account current of the Estate of Francis Epperson dec'd was this day returned and ordered to be recorded. Teste Thomas Read [Seal] Truly Recorded, Thomas Read clrk ******* Deed from Thomas Epperson to Elijah Clark Aug 3, 1797 [Deed Book 8 Page 68] Thomas Epperson of Charlotte County and Elijah Clark of the said county of the other part, Witnesseth that the said Thomas Epperson for and in consideration of the sum of Sixty Pounds Current Species of Virginia to him in hand paid, the receipt of which I do hereby acknowledge, hath bargained, sold, aliened, and confirmed by these presents doth grant, bargain, alien, sell and confirm unto the said Elijah Clark one certain tract or parcel of Land, situate lying & being in the said County of Charlotte on the head branches of Dunnivent Creek the tract of land whereas Joseph Woods family lived containing by estimation one hundred sixty two & half acres, be the same more or less. Bounded as follows (to wit) Beginning at a corner on Thomas Epperson's line, red oak, thence North sixty seven degrees East 120 poles to a pine tree then North 49 degrees East 48 poles to a corner W. Oak thence North 86 degrees East 38 poles to Mullens corner Hickory thence North sixty four poles to a corner W. Oak; Thence West two hundred and eighty poles to a W. Oak thence North nineteen degrees East one hundred and eighty poles to the Beginning. To have and to hold the said Lands, and premises above mentioned & every part & parcel thereof, with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the said Elijah Clark, his heirs, & assigns forever, & the said Thomas Epperson for himself & his heirs doth covenant, grant, agree to and with the said Elijah Clark and his heirs and assigns by the presents, that the said Elijah Clark the . . . In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written. Thomas Epperson, L. S. Signed and sealed in the presence of ... [no names listed] At a court held for Charlotte County the 5th day of February 1798. This Indenture was acknowledged in Court by the said Thomas Epperson to be his act and Deed, and ordered to be Recorded and Martha his wife she being first prively examined according to law relinquishes her right of Dower in & to the land and premises conveyed by her husband in this indenture. Teste Thomas Read. ******* Will of Thomas Epperson, Charlotte Co. 15 September 1791 In the name of God amen. I Thomas Epperson of the County of Charlotte being in perfect health mind and memory thanks be given unto God therefor calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is consituted once for all men to die, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all my former Will's that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my Soul into the hands of almighty God that gave it me and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in decent Christian manner. Nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the divine again by the mighty power of God: and as touching such wordly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with in this life: I give demise bequeath and dispose of the same in the following manner and form Viz, Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved Sister Martha Wood the sum of twenty Shillings to her and her heirs & assigns forever - Item I give and bequeath to my dear Nephew Carlos Wood the sum of twenty Shillings - Item I give and bequeath unto my dear beloved Wife Martha Epperson after my first debts is paid all my real and personal Estate whatsoever and all my debts and arrearges(sic) during her lifetime and after her death I give and bequeath the whole of my real and personal Estate debts dues arrearges etc unto my two Nephews Thomas Atkins and William Atkins to be equally divided between them by my executors unto their heirs & assigns forever - Item I likewise desire that my executors should sell part of my property to the amount of Fifty pounds for the use of Schooling Thomas Atkins and William Atkins and that they should be kept to business - and I appoint my Wife Martha Epperson, Quin Morton and Jacob Morton for my executors. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal and declared this as my last Will and Testament this fifteenth day of September in the year of our Lord God one thousand Seven hundred and ninety one. Thomas Epperson Signed Sealed in our presence Viz, Joseph Wyatt, Elijah Clark, Mary Clark At a Court held for Charlotte County the 7th day of October 1805. This Last Will and Testament of Thomas Epperson dec'd was presented in Court by Martha Epperson the executing therein named and the same was proved by the oath of Joseph Wyatt, Elijah Clark and Mary Clark the three witnesses hereto subscribed to be acknowledged by the said Thomas Epperson as his last Will and Testament in their presence & Ordered to be recorded. On the motion of the said Executrix who made oath according to Law Certificate is granted her for obtaining a probate of the said Will in due form she giving Security, whereupon she with Elijah Clark, Joseph Wyatt, and Wilshire Cardwell her Securities entered into & acknowledged their bond according to Law for that purpose - receiving liberty to the other executors named in this Will to join in the probate, thereof where they shall think fit. Teste Thomas Read [seal] Truly Recorded, Thomas Read [seal] [W. B. 2, Pg. 316, Charlotte County Courthouse] An Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of Thomas Epperson dec'd taken this 29th October 1805. Napper valued at 75. Jack ditto 80 Sam a cripple 21 Tency 125 Tal 36 Judah and her child Lilly 110 Billey 80 Charlotte & Sally 140 Polly 50 Ralph a motherless suckling child 6 Silvy 50 1 bay mare and colt 9 1 black mare 6 1 bay horse 20 1 Sorral mare & 1 Gray filley 35 1 year old Sorrel Colt 9 1 Three year old bay filley 15 1 bay horse 18 1 black horse 12 5 hogs & 6 shoats 12 12 7 Cows & 3 yearlings 28 1 Yoke of Oxen & Cart 18 16 Raw hides & 1 Lock chain 6 15 4 Oat Stacks & 1 Cutting box 7 16 3 Sythes & Cradles .. 18 1900 ccs Tobacco hanging at 20 19 8 blade Stacks 1 Top Stack & Shucks 15 12 1 Stack of Straw .. 15 100 Barrels Corn 60 33 Geese 3 Casks 3 12 1 Looking Glass 2 pair Steelyards & Saddle bags 1 2 4 beds of furniture 40 16 chairs 1 pair iron compasses & jointer 1 16 2 Counter pains & 1 Bed quilt 1 10 23 Sheep 9.4 1 Grindstone 1 10 4 foots? & foot hooks 1 10 3 dutch Ovens & 2 lids .. 18 1 small brass Skillet & ? .. 18 1 frying pan Gridiron & Ladle .. 10 2 bare Share Plow irons .. 15 5 Weeding hoes 4 Grubing hoes 1 6 5 Trowel hoes 1 triangle tree & three coulters 1 11 6 4 poll axes & 2 broad axes 1 4 5 Iron wedges 1 froe & cookers adze 1 1 6 pair harness & 3 pair traces 1 16 6 hilling hoes & 5 reap hooks .. 18 a parcel of old iron .. 9 1 hand Saw 3 Chisels, 2 Augers, drawing knife, gouge .. 15 4 mens saddles one side saddle & 4 bridles 5 2 flax wheels one hackle 1 10 2 Cotton wheels 1 check real 5 pair cards 1 8 1 Loom warping bars etc. 1 10 1 pine Table, 3 pales, parcels pewter 2 14 2 Coffee pots lantern & bread tray .. 9 9 knives 8 forks & box .. 10 1 Candle Stick & snuffers .. 2 a parcel earthen & glass ware 2 1 1 Corner Cupboard 3 1 black walnut folding Table 1 16 1 Spice mortor & pestle .. 9 2 Table Cloths & 2 Covers 1 1 Scale 1 Shot bag & scissors .. 2 1 pair andirons 1 pair flat irons .. 4 6 Jugs 7 butter pots 1 Mug 1 16 5 quart bottles 1 Sugar box .. 6 1 case and bottles wheat Sive & Sifter .. 7 6 1 desk 2 chests 5 10 a parcel books case razors & box 2 0 6 Agreeable to an Order of Court to us directed we have appraised in Current Money the Slaves & personal Estate of Thomas Epperson dec'd as above. Gideon Spencer, William Beadles, John Morton At a Court held for Charlotte County the 2nd day of December 1805. This Inventory and appraisal out of the Estate of Thomas Epperson dec'd was this day returned and Ordered to be Recorded. Teste Thomas Read [Seal] Truly Recorded, Thomas Read [Seal] [W.B. 2 Pg. 320, Charlotte County, VA] ***** Account of sales of the estate of Robert Harris dec'd 15 Sept 1824 [WB 6, Pg. 143] Charlotte County. Sale of land $17,490.90 Perishable Property $2,870.65 Total $20,361.55 1826 Estate settlement: To Cash paid George Hannah for services as Commissioner To Cash paid Henry E. Graves who married Matilda Booker in part of her Legacy To Cashh paid Nathaniel Breedlove for a sack salt To Cash paid Steward Ward for a Horse bot by Capt Harris To this amt paid John Estis in full is account To Cash paid Sheriff tickets To Cash paid John Thomas for picking Cotton To amt paid Saml Armistead being so much short in Corn sold Henry T. Harris not delivered To this amt paid Samuel Armistead as Guardian of Henry Harri's children in further part their legacy To Cash paid Dr. Henry H. B. Christian medical account To Cash paid Joh Marshall for fees etc. To this amt paid Ro. Harris Jr. for error in taking his bond at sale for this he is charged with 4 Hogs To Cash paid Wm H. Crittenton in right of his wife Nancy one of Patsey Booker's children in full their proportion of Estate as per statement & Receipt To Cash paid Benjamin Branch Guardian Elizabeth Jane & Patsey Booker two of Patsey Bookers children in full their proportion Estate per statement and receipt. To Cash paid Henry E Graves who married Matilda Booker daughter Patsey Booker in full To Cash paid ditto short his proportion on division negroes To Cash paid Ben Branch Guardian Eliza Jane & Patsy Booker their pro short division negroes To Cash paid sheriffs ticket To Cash paid Capt William Harris in full his legacy To Cash paid Robert Harris, Guardian of Albert L. Booker in full his legacy To Cash paid Pennington Larner attorney for Wm Parks Guardian of James Harris 3 children Robert T. Albert B. & Joseph I Harris in full their legacy To Cash paid R. Harris Guardian Albert S. Booker his proportion shoe on division negroes To Cash paid sundry Clerks Tickets To Cash pad Saml Armistead order to John Armistead as Guardian Henry, Robert and Catharine Harris children of Henry T. Harris in further pt their legacy. To Cash paid Samuel Armistead in full ditto The land of the estate, except for that purchased by Robert Harris, Jr. was purchased by John Armistead - 910 acres of Land. River Land at $17.20 per acre for $15,652.00 ******* Charlotte Co. WB 4 Pg 1 By appraisement Est Robert Harris dec'd taken by us Isham Harvey, Matthew Price, John Daniel this fourteeth day of September 1816 Robin 40. S___ 45. Vilett 75. Crecia 120. Lydie 120. David 90. Betty 110. Albert 100. Cupid 100. Sterling 90. George 70. Ambrose 115 Randolph 30. Stock of hogs 37.10 26 head of cattle 75.12 33 head of sheep 16.10 26 geese 3.15 6 head of horses 108. 175 bushels of wheat 2 cartz 21 hogsheads and barrels 1/2 bushel and parcel of flax parcel straw and hay parcel water vessles parcel plantation tools saws and augers parcel old sithes whip and cross cut saw 1 set smith tools parcel swingletrees 1 grindstone 1 ox yoke 4 pair traces and harness 3 saddles 2 Bells 5 plains 1 side saddle 1 case and bottles parcel jugs and butter pots 1 gun and hackle 2 coffee pots parcel pots and ovens 1 loom 2 bread trays 3 bee hives 6 stacks oats 1 set knives and forks 2 griddles 2 sifters 2 sack bags flax wool and cotton 10 pounds tallow 3 cotton wheels parcel pewter parcel earthen ware 2 looking glasses parcel slays 1 chest real 2 tables 2 cupboards 2 chests desk and candle stand 17 chairs 5 beds and furniture 2 flax wheels 1 wire sive 2 pair saddle bags 1 cutting knife At a court held for Charlotte county the 7th day of October 1816 This inventory and appraseiment of the estate of Robert Harris dec was this day returned into court and ordered to be recorded. Teste Thomas Read Truly Recorded Winslow Robinson D.C. WB 6 Pg 28 An Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of Capt. Robert Harris decd taken this 18th day of August 1824 Negros (sic) York $10.00 Daphney 10.00 Moses 50.00 Winney 75.00 Toney 100.00 Christian and Child Powhattan 375. Daniel 100.00 Sally 250. Nelson 175. Letty 100. Matt 100. Bob 125. George 150. Martin 450. Dick 125. Anderson 450. Jack 275. Chester 450. Frank 350. Ned 300. Joe 300. Charles 225. Burrell 200. Hanover 200. Paul 125. Jenney and child Oliver 375. Aggy 300. Caroline 250. Suckey 300. Minna 275. Esther 200. horses 1 sorrel horse Snap 40. 1 ditto dick 25. 1 ditto Rock 35. 1 ditto Bay Bull 15. 1 ditto Bay Joe 10 1 ditto Charley 40. 1 grey horse Pomfrey 35. 1 sorrel horse Jack 10. 1 sorrel mare Fanny 30. 1 grey broken leg Comer 15. 1 srrell horse Peter 20. 1 Chesnut sorrel Toga 35. 1 grey horse colt algerean 40. 1 ditto do do Spot 25. 1 sorrel horse colt 30. 1 sorrel mare colt 25. 1 grey mare blind 10. 50 head hogs @ 2$ 100 3 yoke steers @ 30$ 90. 32 head cattle @ 5$ 90. 50 head sheep @ 1$ 50. 1 Loom 2 pr harness and 5 slays 5. 1 clock real 2 pr sheep sheers 1. 1 pr hand irons shovel and tongs 1.25 1 grind stone 2. 6 pr plow geer @1$ 6. 1 pair cart wheels 5. 2 lock chains 250 2 fan mills 6 8.50 8 tobacco hkds 8.5 G Hoes 2.11. W. hoes 3.50 13.50 2 Harrows 1.50 7 Dagon ploughs 3.50 4 Trwel 7.00 plows 2 6 pole axes 6 swingle trees and clu___ 2 8.00 1 sett black smith tools 30. 1 wagon and geer 50. 6 old wagon wheels 10. 1 ox cart 2.50 horse cart 5. (sic) 9.50 7 Augers 2 drawing knives 2.50 1 walnut chest 1. 1 bed bedstead pr sheets and counterpain 15. 1 pr bed blankets 4 2 beds and counterpains 30 34. 1 bed 2 sheets counterpain 20 1 ditto ditto 25. 45. 2 pillows and counterpains 3 1 pr walnut folding tables 10. 1 mahogany folding table 5 1 clock 30 35. Shovel and Tongs 1 1 pr hand irons 75 c. 1.75 1 looking glass 5 3 hides upper leather 9 $ 14. 1 calf skin 1.75 5 pieces upper leather 2 7 sides leather 8 11.75 2 sides sole leather 5 1 bell mettle skillet 4 9. 1 small B W Tables 1 Case and bottles 50c 1 churn 50 c 2. Tea Board Cups and Saucers etc 3 1/2 doz tea spoons 2 5. 5 dishes 2 9 plates bowls etc 2 2 waiters 25c 4.25 14 walnut chairs 7 - 00 12 split bottom do 3 10. 2 beds steads and covers 24 1 pine chest 1.50 25.50 1 bed counterpain 2 shetts and stead 15. 2 counterpains 10 2 do 10 1 pr blankets 4 1 do 4 28. 1 cotton counterpaine 4 pr table clothes 5 9. 1 table cloth 2 4 towels 2 1 doz silver Table spoons 12 16. 1 tin boe and allum 25c 1 walnut cupboard 5 5.25 1 walnut desk 2 1 tea chest 1 1 bed counterpain and sheets 15. 1 pr bed covers 5 2 yarn counterpains 5 10. 1 pr blankets 4 1 do 3.50 1 do 4. 1 do 1 12.50 parcel plains 2 parcel chisels 3 4 hand saws 2 7. hammer rule etc 1 wedges coopers ads etc 2 3. foot adz and froe 1 3 broud axes 3 1 d. Hoe and digger 2 6. x cut saw 2 2 whip saws 2 parcel plank and timbers 5 9 4 sythes and cradles 3 2 pr steelyards 1.50 4 jugs 2 6.50 1 demegon 1.50 Case and bottles 1.50 funnell and measures 1.50 4.50 parcel decanters and glasses 3 6 small bottles 50c 3.50 1/2 doz pane with glass 25c 3 bottles 25c .50 1 walnut desk 2 1 B. pot & sugar box 75 cts 2.75 1 pair small hand steelyards 25 cork screw 25 .50 1 Watter Can and nogin 75 2 hot guns 15$ 15.75 2 salt sellers 1 knife box knives and forks 2 3. 2 coffee potts 75c 4 setts candle moulds 1$ 1.75 3 pewter dishes 1.50 3 pr bdsons 1 tin 2 3.50 1 small B W Table 1 1 ditto 50cts 3 chandle sticks 1 2.50 1 looking glass 25c parcel old books 75c 1. 1 frying pan 50 1 grind stone ____ churn 1. ___ 2 potts 4 4 spinning wheels 4 pr cards 4.50 8.50 1 flax wheel 25 tray sifter water pale 1 1.25 2 pot racks 1.50 1 strainer 10c 2 tubs and bucket 75 2.35 1 cutting masheen 1 1 powdering tub 50c 1.50 2 sacks salt 8 300 lb iron 15. 23. 2 ps steel 2 1 pr seals and weights 1 2 barrels 1 4. 13 whiskey barrels and 2 kegs 5. 1 hhd and 30' gallons molasses 15. 1 Barrel and some Tar 1. 1 oil jug .50 1 mans saldle 6$ 600 oakshingles 3$ 1 Bridle 1 10. Total $9408.10 In pursuance to an order of the worshipfull Court of Charlotte County we the undersigned Commissioners being first sworn for that purpose have appraised the Estate of Capt Robert Harris dec'd to the sum of $9408..10 as above. Given under our hands this 18th day of August 1824. George Kent, Wm Tolley, Wm H. Dennis The above is a just and true Inventory of the Estate of Robert Harris dec'd as far as has come to my posession. Robert Morton, Execur At a Court held for Charlotte County the 6th day of February 1826. This inventory and appraisement of the Estate of Robert Harris dec'd was this day returned into court and ordered to be recorded. Teste. Winslow Robinson C. "> WB 6, Pg 143 An account of sales of the Estate of Robert Harris dec'd 15th Sep 1824 William Elmore 2 grubing hoes 2 axes 1 lot hoes 2 sets plow geer 5 swingle trees 1 Lott iron 2 harrows 1 lott hoes and clives 2 choice hogshead amount James Elam's purchase 1 3d choice hogshead $18.17 Mjr James Murrell 2 grubing hoes 2 pair old wagon wheels 1 Bll amount Joseph Ramsey's purchase $35.00 William L. Moore 3 axes (axes taken & man never heard off) Samuel P. Lodge 1 lock chain 1 pair wedges 1 box irons $5.80 Capt William Harris 2 hillong hoes 3 ditto 2 cradles 1 whip saw 1 Horse (Charley) 1 ditto Snap 2 bedblankets 2 ditto 1 pair blankets purchase 2 sale 24 Nov 8 framed chairs 1 bar iron 76 lb 1 ditto 38lb 1 ditto stell 1092 lb 1 barrel tar 1 demyjohn 1 silver ladle 1 large bottle 1 lott books 1 looking glass 1 waggon and gear 10 barrels short corn $236.23 1/2 By Jno Harris for 38 lbs Iron By Ditto 7lb stell By one blanketnot found to be delivered $5.59 $230.74 1/2 John L. Armistead 2 axes 1 pair sheep shears 2 setts plow geer 1 lott iron 1 trowel hoe 1 ditto Dagor 1 ditto 1 ditto 1 ditto 1 ditto 6 framed chairs 1 water can 1 lock chain $13.11 Samuel F. Moses 2 Sett plow geer 1 cutting masheen 1 grind stone $6.75 John Garnett 1 wagon plow 2 cradles 1 lott plank $5.50 Henry T. Harris 1 saddle & bridle 1 red cow 1 red cow & calf 1 sorrel horse Peter 1 sorrel mare Ganny 1 Counterpaine 1 Table Cloth 1 Table $72.74 1 bar iron 66 lb parcel soaps 2 axes 1 chest 1 coffee pott & tea board 1 plate & dishes 1 tea chest 1 sugar box 1/2 doz t. Sponns Table cloth & towells 1 Boar Hog 1 white sow 7 pigs 20 bls corn 20 ditto 20 ditto 1 rye stack 1 tea kittle 25c pot & hooks 1.50 1 pott rack 1 table cloth 3 chickens 2 feather beds & blanketts $320.88 To Ro. Harris Jr. 4th choice hogs To ditto 6 hogs in the field $394.38 John Harris 3 wingletrees 1 cutting masheen 1 ox cart $4.95 1 lott soap 1 horse William Harris Iron & steel $24.64 John Ramsey 2 pair wagon wheels 1 cross cut saw $9.15 John Dabbs 4 wagon wheels $3.00 Richard Gaines 1 fan mill 1 lott tools William Gaines purchase $12.50 Croxson Green 1 whip saw $1 George O'Kirkland 1 lott beads 1 rifle 2 heifers $18.10 By George Kent 4 heifers $12.00 $6.10 Robert Morton 1 horse cart 1 lott tools 1 brindle steer 1 yoke steers 1 grey horse Hector 1 blind gray mare 5 sheep 3rd choice 5 ditto 7th do ______ 100 lbs yellow cotton in sead 1 large oven 1 brass kettle cutch oven 2 iron moulds 27lb $184.47 Old Bobb 1 khd Molasses Lott Timbres spokes etc $11.55 Old George 1 loom & harness $3.25 Mgr William Gaines 2 Hides $1.50 By Richard J. Gaines Samuel Daniel 1 fan mill $7.00 John R. Jones 1 Cow & calf $11.10 Dr. Isaac Read 1 brindle cow and calf 1 gray colt 1 sorrel horse colt 5 first choice sheep 10 lbs wool $96.55 Francis Pollard 1 cow and yearling 1 gun $19.30 James Clark 1 cow and calf $10.30 Elijah Webb 1 yearling shovel tongs & fire dogs 1 flax wheel 1 pr steelyards $9.20 paid by John T. Pleasants John Middleton 2 cows and calves bot by Sam Morgan $17.50 Joseph Ramsey 1 Cow 1 Bed cover 2 pewter dishes and basons $19.25 By Major James Murrell $19.25