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Tucker, Jesse v. Raines, Heartwell: Judgment, Brunswick County

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November Court 1776 Prince George Suzanne Tucker came into Court and made Oath that Abraham Tucker Junr died without a will as far as she knows and believes and on her motion Certificate is granted her for Obtaining letters of Adminstration of the said decedents Estate in due form, giving bond when she the said Administratrix with Timothy Rives and Marmaduke Bonner her Securities entered into bond in the sum of five Hundred pounds Current Money with Condition for her faithfull Administration and Acknowledged the same in Court A Copy Teste Peter Williams [Cl cur?]

Inventory & Appraisement of the Estate of Abraham Tucker decd Taken December 23rd 1776 £ 1 Negroe Man Jack 100. 9 head of Cattle £8.10 5 head of Sheep 40/s.........110.10.0 11 Hoggs £5.0 1 bed & furniture £3.10. 1 Old Trunk 1/3 .................................8.11.3 1 parcel of Lumber 6/ 1 parcel of pewter 7/. 2 earthen plates /5.........................0.13.5 1 Whip Saw 20/ 1 X Cut saw 7/6. 1bro: Axe 2/6..................................................1.10.- 4 Old Hoes 6/ 3 harrow Teeth 6/ 2 old files & 1 compass 1/................................. 13. 7 Barrels Corn 64/ 1 pott 1 Skillet & 1 old plate 4/ ............................................ 3.8.0 1 Horse 40/ 1 Mans Saddle 6/6 1 Womans Saddle 1/3.....................................2.7.9 1 pr. wedges 1 Saw [selh?] Old Heaters & gunn Bl.............................................0 7 0 . £128.0.5 [N?] Raines Richard Bigginz John Raines At a court [side of page appears to be torn off]