ASSORTED BONDS, ESTATES, and WILLS
Wilkinson County, Mississippi

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BASS, Jeremiah

page 51
JOSEPH HARRISON, MOSES BASS, PETER SMITH, & JOHN SAY, bond of six thousand dollars, 5 July 1808.  JOSEPH HARRISON & MOSES BASS, administrators for the estate JEREMIAH BASS.

page 52  JOSEPH HARRISON and MOSES BASS, ordered to make an inventory of the estate of JEREMIAH BASS who died intestate.   30 July 1808

page 52
SAMUEL LUSK, JOHN LUSK JUN., DAVID LONG, WASHINGTON SINGLETON & PHILLIP SEX appointed to appraise the estate of JEREMIAH BASS.   5 July 1808

page  53:  Inventory of JEREMIAH BASS estate
59 head of cattle, Negro men named: JIN, ABRAHAM, STEPHEN, Negro women named;  REACH, FANNY Negro girls named: POLLY, LARY, Negro boy named:  JIM One Bay horse, one Bay mare, One Rone mare, One Bay yearling, one Brown Mare, one spotted Sow, one whipsaw, one broad ax, sundry articles containing of plows hoes and axes and a number of other articles two tedious to mention, three guns, two feather beds, pots over and other articles, saddle and bridle, two spinning wheels, household furniture including a churn a table shelf and furniture, chairs loom and plow, two pewter baysons and one part to one cart.  one pair of mill and stones, one note of sixty five dollars upon SAMUEL McCERRKY or  Wm/MR? BARSTONE? payable upon demand, and one note of Forty dollars upon JOHN SHELLY to be paid, seed cotton at four dollars per hundred upon demand, errors excepted, $4,491 personally appeared before me the undersigned one of the Justices of the peace in and for the County aforesaid SAMUEL LUSK, WASHINGTON SINGLETON and John Lusk Jun; who being duly sworn, saith that they have  valued the property named in the above inventory to be the best of their knowledge and judgment.
WASHINGTON SINGLETON, JOHN H. LUSK, SAMUEL LUSK.
Sworn to and subscribed the 23rd day of August 1808,  THO'S BATCHELOR.

Wilkinson County, MS Territory, Inventory and Accounts,
Volume one.  1808-1816
Microfilm #0877094

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