|ROBERT, James (Sale and Inventory
In Inventory an appraisement of the good and chattel of the estate of JAMES
ROBERT dec'd as shewn us. the appraisers by JOHN GIMBALL administrator.
one sow and eight large pigs, one sow and six young pigs & six shotes, one
cow and yearling & bull/bell?, one lot shoemaker tools, one lot carpenters
tools, two iron wedges, one grindstone, 4 old axes, 2 hoes, one grid iron, one
iron pot, one cracked oven, one skillett, 2 old chairs, 2 half kegs, one pail,
one lot old knives and forks, one lot crackerware?, one lot trumprey, One
feather bed bolter[bolster] and two pillars, eight old blankets, old sheets
& piece calico, old pillar case & two barrels, one bag, old saddle
& leather, 2 canisters, one pair sad irons, Jug & bottle, 3 bucketts,
lot of cook[book?], one slay, about 1000 lb of seed cotton, seven spoons, one
old razor, candle stick & snuffers, old saddle tree & tax, one whole
pair of leading lines, half bushel of salt. total 128.566.
ROBERT TANNER, DANIEL ROBERT, PETER ROBERT.
Wilkinson county, Personally appeared before me JOHN COUTTER one of the
Justices of the Quorum in and for the said County, ROBERT TANNER, PETER
ROBERT and DANIEL ROBERT, and being duly sworn
saith, that the within is a true and perfect inventory and appraisement of
all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of the estate of
JAMES ROBERT deceased that has been shown to them by JOHN GRIMBLE
administrator of said deceased. Sworn to before me this 18 day of March
1809, JOHN COUTTERS J. P.
DANIEL ROBERT, ROBERT TANNER, PETER ROBERT.
Wilkinson county, personally appeared before me JOHN COUTTER, one of the
Justice of the County afore said JOHN GRIMBALL who being duly sworn saith that
the within contains a true and perfect inventory of all and
singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits, of the estate of JAMES
ROBERTS deceased, that hath come to his hands or into the hands of any other
person or persons for him sworn to before me this 18th Day of March 1809, JOHN
COUTTER, J. P.
April 27th 1809 List of the sales of the estate of JAMES ROBERT,
JOHN GRIMBALL, 1 grind stone
JAMES W.. MULLENS 1 bed 2 pillows & boaster
DANIEL ROBERTS 1 cow & yearling
JAMES ROBERT 1 lot shoemaker tools
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 lot carpenters tools
JAMES ROBERTS 1 ax
DANIEL ROBERT 1 ax
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 ax
PETER ROBERT 1 ax/dox?
JAMES W. MULLENS 2 hoes
JAMES ROBERT 1 grid iron
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 skillett
JAMES W. MULLEN 2 ticks
JAMES W. MULLEN 1 pate
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 sett knives & forks
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 set plates
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 old lot Trumpery
DAVID PORTER 1 lot old tin
JAMES W. MULENS 1 old blanker
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 old blanket
JOHN GRIMBALL 1 old blanket
JOHN GRIMBALL 3 old blankets
JAMES W. MULLEN 1 old blanket
JAMES ROBERTS 1 sheet and old quilt
JOHN GRIMBALL 1 pillow case
JOHN GRIMBALL 2 old blankets
A. SCOTT 1 bag
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 canister
DANIEL ROBERT 1 canister
DAVID PORTER 2 sad irons
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 jug
DANIEL ROBERT 1 lot basketts
JAMES W. MULLENS 1 lot old books
JOHN GRIMBALL, part side leather, 1 slay, 1 candlestick, 1 fowl hen.
JAMES W. MULLINS, 1 sett spoons, 1 sett razors, 1 saddle tree, 1 pair oldb
leading lines, 1/2 bushel salt, 1 grater.
JAMES ROBERT 1 old box, 1 old hawel?, 1 table
PAUL J. ROBERTS 1 lot powder hornes & pan
DAVID PORTER 2 iron wedge, sow & pigs, 1 chair.
JAMES ROBERTS 6 shoats, 1 sow and pigs.
JOHN OGDEN 1 old spin?
JOHN GRIMBALL 1 bottle
JAMES M. MULLENS 1 chair
JOHN GRIMBALL 1 pair cords
DANIEL ROBERT 962 tt of Cotton
PETER ROBERT 1 saddle tree & leather.
The within exhibits a true statement of the sales of the estate of JAMES
ROBERT deceased as made by me given under my hand this 7th Day of July 1809.
JOHN GRIMBALL signed and acknowledged in open court this
7th July 1809. JOS. JOHNSON Reg. O. C. W. Cy.
JOHN GRIMBALL, JOSEPH ROBERT & HUGH DENHAM, fifteen hundred dollars
security, 5 Jan 1809. for the estate of JAMES ROBERTS deceased.
JOHN GRIMBALL, administrator.
JOHN GRIMBALL, JOSEPH ROBERT, HUGH DENHAM.
County, MS Territory, Inventory and Accounts,
Volume one. 1808-1816
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