Vol. 5. Fol. 6
James Hamilton, Clarendon Parrish
Entered December 1699



An Inventory of ye goods Chatels of James Hamilton Decd as they were shoewed to us took the 30th day of August 1699 by his wife Elenor excutrix

2 horses
53 pounds of Brass 15s p lb
94 lb of old Puter at 9p p lb
An old bed and bedstead
An old table curtains counterpain and pillows
Another bed with curtains vallins and counterpain And pillows
Another bed and bedstead wth 12 pillows in all
3 looking glasses & a droping table of Drawers and
an old chest all att
2 tables & 2 benches
A chest and stand
To 11 chairs
A Great Chest 1 table 1 looking glass



Brought over

A parcel of old bookes
* an old box and trunk
* 5 old Gunns
4 old iron potts
An old safe & three old chests
A parcell of linnen
A pr of stilliards
Another parcell of old books
2 negro men 1 negro women and 1 child
To a hundred & nineteen ounces & ageoz of plate at 5p oz
10 00 00
03 06 03
03 09 00
03 05 00

10 00 00
07 00 00

08 10 00
02 10 00
01 05 00
00 05 00
02 10 00
55 00 03

55 00 03

02 00 00
00 01 03
01 00 00
00 15 00
01 00 00
10 00 00
00 10 00
02 10 00
80 00 00
29 16 03

182 12 09

Note: *s were in original; reason for them not given


In obediance to a warrt directed to us from his honor Sir William Beeston Govr Wee have justly apraised the good and chatels of James Hamiton decd as appears by the inventory above mentioned as witness our hands and seales ye day & year aforesaid

John Roswell
Jno Palmer

Exter Mr Gjtb