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INVENTORIES AND APPRAISALS 1
FROM JAMAICA ARCHIVES

Notes:

1.  An Inventory and Appraisal was made of the personal property and rights of deceased persons as a part of Probate.

2. The following items summarize Inventories which are on a microfilm prepared by the Archives to show the Inventories of particular deceased persons.  Other items (or parts thereof) may appear at the top or bottom of the same page, or on the facing page.  Partial items are also included here for the value of the names and information they contain. The order in which they appear on the microfilm has been preserved.

3.  Pounds £ are in Jamaican currency of the time, which was worth less than British sterling.

4.  For an example of the full text of the authorizations issued for appraisals and inventories, please see the Inventory of George Huie (which was also taken from this microfilm).

5.  1B/11/3/ is the Index Number for Inventories in the Jamaica Archives.


From 1B/11/3/92 Folio 174

Inventory and appraisment of the goods chattels and rights of WILLIAM MACKINTOSH late of the Parish of Westmoreland, planter deceased.

Shown to appraisers by James Mackintosh, executor.
Appraisers: Peter Stuart and William Forbes
Dated 19 December 1800

Inventory

Twenty Negroe Slaves, viz:
John £160
Will £170
Ricketts £160
Hazard £150
Ben £160
Fuller £160
William £170
Chelsea £160
James £100
Little William £150
Nick £70
Little James £150
Feal £130
George £130
Donald £140
Venus £120
Nanny £70
Jenny £140
Clemine £100
Venie £140
         £2750

Four horses, one a Bay marked OG left by will to Doctor Alexander Rose.  Total £135
Sunday wearing apparel left by will to David Fraser valued at £67. 14/ 5
A Howling piece left by will to Doctor Alexander Rose £14
A mahogany desk £5
Cash found in desk £38. 6. 10 1/2
Two howling pieces, powder flask and bag, umbrella and case, Sunday sadlery, 6 silver tea spoons
__________________
Total £3023. 12. 11 ½


From 1B/11/3/92 Folio 174

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights of WILLIAM BROWN late of the Parish of Hanover, Esquire deceased

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: Edmund Finucane and George Spence, Esquires, by Alexander Earl of Balcarres, Lieut Governor, July 18, 1800.
Appraisers appointed:  John Clarke and Thomas Minto, Esquires
Administrator of estate: Charles James Clark
Executrix of estate: Rebecca Frances Brown
[Inventory not microfilmed]


1B/11/3/129, Folio 205

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of REBECCA COOPER late of the Parish of Trelawny deceased

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: Oswald Brodie and F. Williams, Esquires, by William Duke of Manchester, Governor. December 29, 1817
Appraisers appointed: William J. Ringrose and William Bodden
Administrator of estate: James Thompson of Trelawny, Esquire

Inventory:

A Negro man named John Prince valued at £80
[rest of Inventory not microfilmed]


1B/11/3/129, Folio 205

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of GEORGE HARRISON COSENS Esquire late of the Parish of St. George deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: The Honorable William Anderson Orgill and John Anderson Orgill, by William Duke of Manchester, Governor. July 1, 1817
Appraisers appointed:  Moses Mawson and James Crump
[Inventory not microfilmed]


1B/11/3/117 Folio 23

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of PIERCE CUAGH late of the Parish of St. Ann gentleman deceased.

Administratrix: Peggy Cuagh
Appraisers: John Grey and James Farrance
March 14, 1811

Inventory

Negroes:
Billy £140
Jaeck £140
Harriett and 3 children £230

A Storm Boat £250
A canoe £10
a horse and chaise £60
2 old saddles and bridles £6
Sundry goods in the shop £100. 17. 9
Sundry small debts as appear by books £413
Wearing apparel £10
Thomas Trigg's Note £43. 6. 4
L. Gatchai__ Note £11. 18. 4
Henry Byrne's Note £5
George B. Newland's Note £4. 6. 8
Frederick Wise's Note £5. 18. 4
Daniel Forbes Note £9. 13. 4
George Davis's Note £6. 19. 8
Henry Israel's Acceptance £10. 6. 8
Sundry household furniture £80
 Total £1530. 17. 1


1B/11/3/117 Folio 23

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  THOMAS McINTOSH late of the Parish of St. Thomas in the East, planter deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: Samuel Francis and Francis Smith, Esquires, October 5, 1810, by William Duke of Manchester, Governor.
Appraisers appointed:  Lewis Grant and James McLean
Administrators of estate: Kenneth McPherson and Donald Fraser

Inventory:

A Bond granted by Edward Delpratt of St. Davids planter, dated September 30 and payable January 1, 1811.  Principal £676. 13. 4
Interest thereon from Jan. 1, 1810 to Sept. 12, 1810, day of Thomas McIntosh's death, £27. 19. 2.  Total Prin and Int. £704. 12. 6.

A Bond granted by Ditto dated Ditto payable Jan. 1. 1812, Prin. and Int. £704. 12. 6
A Bond granted by Ditto dated Ditto payable Jan. 1. 1813, Prin. and Int. £704. 12. 6

A Bond granted by Ebenezer Taylor Esq. of St. Thomas in the East dated Dec. 1, 1809 and payable Dec. 1, 1811. Principal £400
Interest £19. 14. 10
Total £419. 14. 10

A Bond granted by Ditto payable Ditto, Principal £500. Prin. and Int. £528. 5. 9 ½

An acceptance of Ditto payable Dec. 18, 1810, £90
An acceptance of Ditto payable Dec. 18, 1811, £90

A Promissory Note of George A. Turner of St. Thomas in the East planter dated Aug. 1, 1810 and payable to Aug.1, 1811 interest from the date to Sep. 12, 1810: £34. 15. 6

Cash £135. 5. 5.
Two old Chaises with Harness £35
Two Horses £70
Bridles £10. 16. 8
Portmanteau and trunk £4. 15. 0
Total £3532. 10. 8


1B/11/3/117

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of REBECCA COHEN HENRIQUES late of Kingston widow deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: George Kinghorn and Robert McLelland, Esquires, by William Duke of Manchester, Governor.  February 9, 1811
Appraisers appointed:  Daniel Duvallie and Samuel Perucamendes both of Kingston storekeepers
Executor of estate: Jacob Adolphus
[Inventory not microfilmed]


1B/11/3/117

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of JOHN SUMMERS late of the parish of St. Elizabeth planter deceased.

Appraisers appointed:  Adam Copland and Geoffrey ( or Geffrey) Martin.  November 17, 1810.
Acting Administrator of estate: John Laing

Inventory:

Negroes:
Chester £160
Guy £160
Brutoe £160
John £160
Prudence £160
Barny £40
Bessey £160
Peter £30
Henry £160
London £80
    Total £1270

Chairs, table, bed and bedstead, jar and drip, 2 horses £47. 10. 0
Book debts.  Sum due by Robert Allwood Esq. £20
Total £1337. 10. 0


Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  JAMES McINTOSH late of the parish of Westmoreland Esquire deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: John Dobson of Westmoreland, by William Duke of Manchester, Governor.  April 5, 1811.
Appraisers appointed:  Lachlan McDougall and John Pritchard of Westmoreland gentlemen
Executors of estate: James Brown and William Forbes Esquires

Inventory:

Parish of Westmoreland £6. 10. 4
Thomas Tomlinson £175. 6. 11 1/2
Estate of Rose Beckford £5. 3. 11 ½
Blank Books £14. 17. 0
Total: £201. 18. 3

George Hysenys 1/3; E. Stewart & C. J. O. Ochterlony 75/-; Judgment vs Olesen Hering due £249. 6. 9. amounting with Int. to 4 July 1810 costs and delays £283. 8. 3.
Total: 287. 4. 6.

James Kelly 12/6; Mary Vidal 22/11; William Forbes £25. 12/-; Judgment vs Rev. Thomas Stewart amounting with Int. to 31 Dec. 1810 costs and delays £401. 6/-
Total: £428. 13. 5.

The following Negroes viz:
Sally £100
Eve £120
Chloe £130
Sarah £140
Fabice £50
Katey £40
Ianthey £10
Total £590

Sandy Ruptene__ £15; Brawley £80.  Total £95
Total Inventory £1602. 16. 2.


1B/11/3/105 Folio 214

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of WILLIAM CODRINGTON late of the Parish of St. Thomas in the East carpenter deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: William Wright and William McBeath by George Nugent, Lieutenant Governor, issued by Hugh Cathcart, Secretary. December 17, 1805.
Appraisers appointed:  
Administrator of estate:  William Wright and William McBeath
Executors of estate: James White and James Fould

Inventory:

[Slaves]
Dick £145
Michael £170
Joe £40
Cuffee £45
Chance £130
Sue £80
Maryan £60
Sally £70
A silver watch £5
Sundry household furniture including bedding: £70
Total £815


1B/11/3/105 Folios 213-214

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  GEORGE COOPER late of Clarendon tavern keeper deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: James Mitchell and Thomas Howell of Clarendon, Esquires, by George Nugent, Lieut. Governor.  August 3, 1805.
Appraisers appointed:  Adam Scott and David Hollingsworth of the Parish of Clarendon gentlemen
Acting Executor of estate:  William Gavin

Inventory

Negroes:
Pamelia £70
Jessy £80
Chloe £80
George £80
Total $310

Chaise and harness, gray horse, £40
Household furniture: £50
Chairs, tables, beds, tray, bench, sofa, counterpanes, table cloths, glass and crockery, water jar, knives and forks, spoons, crewet stands. . . £113.2.6.
Puncheon of rum £9
Due from the public of Jamaica for provisions furnished troops during Martial Law £60
Total £582. 2. 6.


1B/11/3/129 Folio 98

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  MRS. MARY ANN HUTCHINSON of St. Elizabeth widow deceased.

Appraisers appointed:  Andrew Maxwell and John Maxwell
Executor of estate:  John Wright

Inventory dated May 13, 1817

 Negroes:
William Hutchinson £80
William Wright £150
Charles £140
Joseph £150
Mais £100
Nelson £120
 Lewis £105
 Ben £90
 Robert £80
 Jessy £130
Kitty £130
Nancy £140
 Fanny £125
 Belle £125
Patience £100
 Rachael & child £150
Grace and child £140
Cecilia £70
 Elizabeth £40
 Mengo to Mary £0

 Horse £32
Adam Copeland due for Negro hire £116. 5/-
Other 151
Total £2313. 5. 0


1B/11/3/129 Folios 98-99

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of ALEXANDER McINTOSH of the parish of Hanover, Esquire, deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: Alexander Campbell and Robert Chisholm, Esquires, by William Duke of Manchester, Governor, April 26, 1817.
Appraisers appointed:  John McIntosh and William Thomas Chambers
Acting Executor of estate: Donald Cameron

Inventory:

Slaves
Males:
Ebo Adam £135
Dunduss £170
Pitt £165
Kent £170
Greenwhich £140
Donald £160
Edward £120
Congo Adam runaway on Fox £135

Females:
Fanny £140
Grace £150
Phabe £140
Total slaves = £1625

Stock:
4 horses £110
1 mule and 1 heifer £17. 10. 0
Total stock £127. 10. 0

Sundries £67
China, dishes, mugs, glassware £8
Saddlery and furniture £27
An old gold watch with broken case, spoons, and basin stand £16. 15. 0
Drapes cloth and fowling piece £8. 10. 0

Total £1879. 15. 0.

Inventory and appraisement of Negroes stock and sundry articles of property utensils and furniture on White Hall and Barracks being the joint property of DONALD MALCOLM and ALEXANDER McINTOSH Esquires deceased as follows:

66 Negroes:
Males:
Adam £30
Adam £170
Alek £60
Bannister £200
Bob £180
Billy £180
Billy Waiters £135
Billy £60
Cyrus £160
Campbell £200
Charles £60
Caesar £100
Cuffee £120
Duncan £180
Don Malcolm £170
Duncan £150
Davie £50
Daniel £50
George £140
Harry £95
Jack £140
Jamaica £180
Jack £100
Joe £80
Jacob £55
Jupiter £70
King £140
Lewis £50
Martin £70
Martin £170
Peter £150
Quamina £180
Quashie £000
Ralph £50
Sampson £55
Stepheney £100
William £110

Females:
Bessy £120
Bella £160
Polly £150
Cynthia £150
Betty £140
Doll £110
Diana £115
Fanny £160
Kitty £160
Minerva £160
Molly £50
Marina £55
Molly £20
Mary £60
Margaret £110
Mary Ann £30
Jane 000
Nelly £140
Nelly £60
Nancy £50
Pharilla £160
Phidalia 0
Phillis 000
Queen £150
Rosie £120
Sarah £120
Sally £60
Satira £110
Venus £90
Total £7016

Stock on White Hill
Cows, calves, bulls, steers) £1709
Heifer and steers £360
Heifers and calves £570
Stallion, mules, horses, mares £582
Fillies, cubs, sheep £219
Total £3440

Stock and [on?] Barracks
Mule, cows, calves, heifers £774
Heifers, steers, bull £355
Total £1129

A four wheeled truck £120; Utensils, furniture, household articles £100 = £220

Total £11,799

Deduct one half the above valuation being Alexander McIntosh deceased's proportion of the above Properties £5899. 10. 0
Book debts to be returned when ascertained

Total inventory £7779. 5. 0.


1B/11/3/129 Folio 99

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  ALLAN CAMERON, Junior, of the Parish of Saint John, a free person of colour deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: John March, by William Duke of Manchester, Governor.
Appraisers appointed:  John Thomas Bell and Daniel Saa
Administratrix of estate: Jane Cameron, widow of Saint John
[Inventory not microfilmed]


1B/11/3/112 Folio 60, 96

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of NEIL CAMPBELL late of Trelawny, Esquire deceased.

Appointment by William Duke of Manchester, Governor.  R. Robertson, Secretary.
Appraisers appointed:  William Taylor and John Gooden Lewis.  November 2, 1808.
Administrator of estate: Frederick Andrews

 

Statement by appraisers: A plantation called Lottery in the parish of Trelawny belonged to Neil Campbell at the time of his death, which occurred many years ago. The said plantations, and the slaves, and stock thereon are in the hands of certain persons Receivers of the High Court of Chancery of Jamaica appointed in a certain Cause therein instituted and now depending for a sale thereof into Ned Fowler & al v. Campbell et al in which a Decree has passed foreclosing at Equity of Redemption of the Heirs of the said Neil Campbell deceased thereon and therein directing a sale thereof to be made in default of paying of sums of money thereon pertaining.  We cannot inventory and appraise the said estate as the Warrant required.


1B/11/3/112 Folios 96-97

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of HENRY McINTOSH late of the Parish of Clarendon coppersmith deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: John McLarty and John Anderson, by His Grace the Duke of Manchester, Governor.  September 26, 1808.  Secretary R. Robinson.
Appraisers appointed:  James Reid and William Mitchell
Administrator of estate: Alexander McIntosh of Clarendon planter

Inventory, November 18, 1808

An old horse £26. 13. 4
Old cloaths £5. 6. 8.
An account S. Mears estate £28. 9. 4. ½
Ditto Morgans Valley £9. 7. 6.
Ditto Orange River and Pickham £12. 15. 5.
Ditto Parish of Clarendon £7. 10/-
Sundry small accounts £40
A Note of hand of Archibald Robinson's £27. 10/-
Total £157. 12. 3 ½


1B/11/3/112 Folio  67-68

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of SAMUEL SERGEANT late of St. Thomas in the East  blacksmith deceased.

Appointed appraisers: September 17, 1808, by His Grace the Duke of Manchester, Governor.  September 26, 1808.  Secretary R. Robinson.
Appraisers appointed:  John Pallister and William McBeath of St. Thomas in the East planters
Administrator of estate: John Panton

Inventory:

An old Negro man named Unity £40
4 chairs, and 4 broken chairs, one bottle case with stand, 1 bedstead, 4 old tables, 2 old cupboards, 1 writing desk £7. 5/-
Sundry blacksmith tools, 1 bench, a parcel of old lumber, an anvil £1. 10/-
An old horse £15
Total £66. 15. 0.


1B/11/3/112 Folio  69

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of JOHN COOPER late of Westmoreland carpenter deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: George Woodby and Jacob Johnson Esquires,
Appraisers appointed:  Samuel Midley  and William Rickard
Administrator of estate: Benjamin Capon of Westmoreland merchant

Inventory

4 Negroes, viz:
Lukey £80
Eve £100
Flora £60
Adam £40

A young bay stallion £50
An old mare and follower £20
A pair of pistols £2
A saddle £2. 10
Sundry wearing apparel £5. 6. 8.
A carpenter's tool chest and sundry carpenter's tools £5. 6. 8.
A silver watch and chain £5
A Note of Hand from William Coudray £8
Total £378. 3. 4.


1B/11/3/112 Folios 69-70

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  JAMES SIMPSON late of the Parish of St. George carpenter deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers:  Benjamin Crossley and Henry Forbes Esquires, by His Grace the Duke of Manchester, Governor.  September 12, 1808.  Secretary R. Robinson.
Appraisers appointed: William Clarke and James Blyth
Executors of estate: Charles Smith and John McHarg

Negroes:
John Good £140
Richard £120
George £160
[rest of Inventory not microfilmed]


1B/11/3/96 Folio 193

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  GEORGE AIRD late of the Parish of Westmoreland gentleman deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: David Finlayson and George Woodbine Esq., by George Nugent.  M. Atkinson, Secretary.  May 15, 1802.
Appraisers appointed:  William Blachie and Porterfield Taylor
Administrator of estate: Archibald Duthie

Inventory:  

Two Negroes:
Cezar £200
Flora £160

Amount due by Miss Ann Colegrave £76. 5/-
Amount due by Murdoch McKenzie £13. 6. 8.
Total £449. 11. 8.


1B/11/3/96 Folio 193-194

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of DONALD McINTOSH late of the Parish of Saint Ann planter

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: George Cruickshank Esq., by George Nugent.  M. Atkinson, Secretary.  October 10, 1802
Appraisers appointed:  John Christie and John Starets
Acting Executor of estate: George McKay

Inventory

Negroes and Stock the joint property of the late DONALD McINTOSH and JOHN ALEXANDER under the firm of ALEXANDER and McINTOSH on Alexandria plantation, also of sundry articles and utensils and stores on hand
[Name, followed by value in £]
Edinburgh Driver £280
Robert £80
Margar A DRIVER £200
Phebe £120
Will 65
Peter 30
Sampson 200
Casar 200
Hoptown 170
Hector 160
Goodluck 180
Chance 180
Andrew 180
Jack 120
Nelly 160
Bessy 160
Charlotta 150
Rose 160
Hannah 25
Fanny 120
George 30
Billy 25
Alexander 170
Alva 140
Sterling 160
Scotland 170
William 140
John a Runaway 0
Peggy 160
Mary 160
Eliza 130
Elizabeth 140
Ben 140
Cato 135
James 150
Juliet 150
Emy 150
Kate 150
Harriett 140
Lizzy 150
Ann 160
Sampson 200
Murray 180
Fortune a runaway 0
Bob a runaway 120
Adam 120
Sam a cooper 230
John 120
Rachael 160
Quamin 130
Martilla 160
Maria 170
Judy 160
Evelina 160
Nelly 160
Sally 160
Strap 170
Abigail 70
William 50
Jupiter 170
Casar a runaway 100
Pope 160
Minerva 160
Quashee 30
Juno 160
Diana 160
Venus 150
Ariadne 130
Bellona 130
Beauty 115
Cleone 140
Angelica 140
Dido 140
Hannah 125
Ovid 135
Homer 140
Milton 130
Balcarres 140
Rodney 140
Hood 140
Cleopatra 110
Bob 180
Liverpool 180
Total Negroes £11, 515

Stock:
2 bulls £100
13 cows 417. 10/-
4 calves 21. 0
16 steers 568. 10/-
2 horses 45.
1 mare 15.
1 mule 70
Total stock £1237

Sundries
Coffee mill £1. 2. 6
3 coffee sieves £3
Hoes, 23 bills, 24 axes, 3 casks of nails, a box candles, half box soap, 2 drawing knives, 1 carpenter's rule, 3 trowels, 1 hoe, 3 mason hammers, 3 kegs paint, 3 jugs linseed oil, 4 spades, 6 pysheets, large mattress bolster and pillows, 1 cupboard, glass and crockery ware, 4 barrels herrings, 2 ½ pieces sacking, 1 barrel flour, 2 flower glasses.  
Total sundries £159.3.0.

Valuation of the private property of Donald MacIntosh:
Nancy £180
A mare £50
An old horse £20
2 trunks with sundry old clothes £20
Trunk and pair of pistols £5
Total £275

Abstract:
Jointly owned
Total Negroes £11, 515
Total stock £1237
Total sundries £159.3.0.
Personal property £275


1B/11/3/96 Folio 195

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  JAMES CRAGGS late of the Parish of Vere Esquire

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: Cassillis Shaw and William P. Hayle Esquires, by George Nugent.  M. Atkinson, Secretary. November 3, 1801.
Appraisers appointed:  James Mitchell and James Smith Esquires
Acting Executor of estate: John Shand
[Inventory not microfilmed]


1B/11/3/100 Folio 220-221

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  JOSEPH HARRIS late of the Parish of St. Andrew Esquire

Appraisers appointed:  Edward Goddard and William Edwards.  April 25, 1801
Administrators of estate: John Davidson and William Dennis Hall Esquires

[The first part of this inventory is missing from this microfilm]
7 chairs, 1 corner cupboard, 1 knife case, 4 hair mattresses with the bedding etc., 1 silver soup ladle, 5 tablespoons, 6 teaspoons, 1 tongue, 2 liquor cases, 3 looking glasses...£66.3.4.
Sundry utensils for the manufacture of coffee. £30

Fair Hill Plantation
         to Mount Prospect Plantation
To 900 lbs. of provisions @ 10/- per cwt. £4. 10/-

Mount Moses Plantation
         to Mount Prospect Plantation
To 2100 lbs. of provisions @ 10/- per cwt, £10. 10/-

Mr. William Edwards
        to Mount Prospect Plantation
To 9840 lbs. of provisions @ 10/- per cwt. £49. 4/-

Estate of John Molion
       to Mount Prospect Plantation
To 4500 lbs. of provisions @ 10/- per cwt. £22. 10/-

Total [including items not listed on this page] £9650. 18. 10

The following debtors appear with balances appear in the books but whether correct or not cannot say:
James Stapleton
Burlington Estate
Henry Russell
Jaques Laing & Ewing
John Harris Bristol
White Hall Estate
John Hamilton
William McKenzie
Joseph Gough
John Sewell
D. D. Olivera
James Harper
Robert Douglas
James Pit Laurie
Thomas Dallas?
James Baker
Kean Osborn
William Mitchellson
Cland Laird
Donald Davidson
Peter Graham & Co
John Angus Kennedy
McCaulay Barles & Co.
Catharine Wordie
James Barlet & James Hyde
Sarah Stiles
James Lewis on Bond £434. 2. 8
Mary Dodston
TOTAL £11,538. 1. 11.


1B/11/3/100 Folio 221-222

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  WILLIAM McINTOSH late of the Parish of St. Thomas in the East planter deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: John Reid Baillie and John Johnston Esquires, by the Earl of Balcarres, Lieut. Governor.  M. Atkinson, Secretary.  May 19, 1801.
Appraisers appointed:  John Drysdale and William A. Walker of St. Thomas in the East planters.
Executors of estate: William McPherson, William Clarke and Donald McPherson

Inventory (entered February 20, 1804)

Negroes:
[Name, followed by value in £]
Papley £160
Scipio £165
Natt £170
Sharper £160
Pope £170
Catherine £125
Bell £120
Esther £130
Abigail £115
Delia £130
Fanny £110

Remainder of the Leases from Sunning Hill of 50 acres of land £225
9 goats, a desk and rum case, a horse, a watch.... £43. 12. 0.
A pair of pistols and caps, A fusel, powder flask and shot bag, sadlery, spy glass.. £12.5/-
Cash found in his desk £10.11.8.
A horse sold for £70
John McGillvray's Note of hand £10
B, McLellands Note if hand £11.10.1
Public way account £100. 1. 4 ½
Account against Sunning Hill Estate unsettled £337.10.7 ½
Total £2445. 17. 3.


1B/11/3/100 Folio 222-223

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  WILLIAM MOULL late of the Parish of Saint Ann tavernkeeper

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: William Bolt and James Newby of Saint Ann Esquires, by the Earl of Balcarres, Lieut. Governor.  M. Atkinson, Secretary. March 10, 1797
Appraisers appointed:  James Fraser and James Sevwright both of Saint Ann.
Acting Executors of estate: Thomas Goodin Ivy and James Davidson
[Inventory not microfilmed]


1B/11/3/110 Folio 222

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  WILLIAM TOCKER late of the parish of Saint Mary planter

Date:  April 9, 1808
Appraisers appointed:  Archibald MacDonald and H. Pallmer
Administrator of estate: Thomas Hussey
Total estate £987.16.11 ½
[first part Inventory not microfilmed]


1B/11/3/110 Folio 222-223

Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  DANIEL McINTOSH late of the parish of Kingston planter

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: George Kinghorn and William Ross of the parish of Kingston Esquires, by William Duke of Manchester, Governor.  R. Robertson, Secretary.  March 29, 1808.
Appraisers appointed:  Abraham David Nunes Henriques and David Palmer
Administrator of estate: Abraham Alexander Lindo

Inventory

Slaves
London £120
Scotland £120
Mingo £120
Frank £120
Tom £60

A bay horse, a weather sheep, a silver watch, a trooper portmanteau, a small traveling  portmanteau, a silver troopers breadplate, a silver pencil case, 6 pair of coloured stockings, 7 pair of new cotton stockings, cash in one of his trunks £13.18.9., 1 pair new shoes, 1 pair spurs, 23 yards oznaburgh @ 10d, a paper containing ¼ lb. tea worth 3/4d, sundry wearing apparel, a Bible, a bridle, a broad sword, a carbine and cartouche box, a pair of pistols and holsters, an old saddle, a safe with a piece of sugar and a few plates, 9 bottles of beer.
Total value £632. 8. 9.


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Inventory and appraisal of the goods chattels and rights and credits of  BENJAMIN SIMMONS late of the Parish of Kingston deceased.

Appointed to issue oaths to appraisers: George Kinghorn and Thomas Dennis of the parish of Kingston Esquires
Appraisers appointed: James Harris of Kingston gentleman and James Braithwaite of Kingston a free brown man
Administrator of estate: John Boury
[Inventory not microfilmed]


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