Inventory & appraisement of the estate of Leroy Tucker decd. One negro man named Howell £135.0.0; One Bay horse £36.0.0; One Bay mare £12.0.0; 1 Whip Saw £214 pr, 8 chaires 36 pr £3.0.0; Jack jointer fores, plain and other tools £1.10.0; 1 Pott 9 pr 1 frying pan 7/6 1 Oven 7/6 £1.14.0; Saddle & 2 bridles & Martingile 6 __ Valice & bear Skin 3 __ £4.10.0; 3 trunks £2.5 pr 4 Jugs & one Stone pitcher 15 __ £3.0.0; 16 Whipsaw files (new ones) £1.4.0; Parcel of old files . . . total estate valued at £214.1.3. July 31, 1812. Agreeable to the annexed order we have appraised the estate of Leroy Tucker Decd. to the above __________.  Signed by Joseph Lucy, William Short and Howell Eldridge. Wright Tucker, Admr.

Brunswick County Court September 28th 1812. This Inventory & appraisement of the estate of Leroy Tucker decd. was returned into Court by Wright Tucker Senr. & ordered to be Recorded.

Will Book 7, page 528, Brunswick County, Virginia