Vol. 2. Fol. 177-181
Andrew Orgill, Port Royal Merchant-Planter (see also his will)
Entered 1686



Note: there are two inventories included here. The first was taken in St. Mary's County in Jamaica; the second was taken in Orgill's Port Royal residence



An Inventory and appraisement of all and singular the goods & Chattells Rights and Creditts of Andrew Orgill Son _____ [executor] Late of the pish of St. Maryes in the Island of Jamaica as they where showne unto us by Andrew Orgill his sole ______ [executor] in the Island


And first in said Parish of St. Marys as following

Six White Servants by name as followeth
John Holt having 3 years 3 monthes to serve att 12 pound valued att
Six pounds to the halfe belonging to the Deceased ie

Roger Strong three yeares 9 months for the Customs of the Country
the halfe ie

Phillip Montlacke 2 yeares 5 months in servise six pounds for
the halfe ie

Christopher Gibbons a Boy to serve by Indenture 10 years had
9 yeares 2 months to serve & to have six pounds at ye experation
of his time valued at eight pounds ye the halfe belonging to the
Deceased ie

John Spring a boy had 2 yeares 3 months to serve & to have 5 att
the Experation of his time value att 5 pounds ye the halfe ie

George Marsh a boy 6 yeares & eight months to serve at ffive pounds
ye the halfe ie

fforty man Negroes & 25 woman Negroes valued as one with the
other at 17 pounds phe__d ie in the wholl 1105 pounds to ye halfe belonging to the Deceased

Three Negroe Boyes valued att thirty pounds ye halfe ie

Twelve Negroe picanineis or childerens from 8 yeares to nine monthes valued at together

Seaven Mules att 56 pounds the halfe ie
fifteene horses, and one Mare at 80 pounds the halfe ie
Eighteene working oxen at 108 pounds the halfe ie
Two Bulls valued att 8 pounds ye halfe ie 4
Three sheep, and one he goate, at 30 shillings the halfe ie
Twenty foure Cowes, heifers and Calves at 60 pounds ye half ie
One shee ass two Mares & One Colt at ffive pounds the halfe ie
Two setts gudgeons, brasse hoopes and five Catle Mill valued at
45 pounds ye halfe ie.
One sett of 24 inch cases for the cattell mill 22 pounds ye halfe ie
Ffoure 20 inch cases. One being faulty at 20 pounds ye halfe ie
Two large Iron hoopes for a shaft att 15 shillings ye halfe ie.
Severall worne steps and Capeises (?) at 10 shillings ye halfe ie
Six Coppers h____ valued at 70 pounds the halfe ie
Two Copper Two brasse Cooleres a 22 pounds ye halfe ie
Two ffilling basens four Ladles & four Scimmers 3 pounds
the halfe belonging to the Deceased ie
Six Iron Mouthes & plates at 15 pounds ye halfe ie
Sundry old Iron Gudgeons valued at 30 shillilngs ye halfe ie
Two T__ ___ Copper Lumps at 4 shillings ye halfe ie
One still at about 80 gals with its worms valued at 35
pounds yehalfe belonging to ye deceased ie
One still at about 60 gals with its worms 28 pounds ye halfe ie
______ pounds ye halfe ie
______________
Eight East India boxes for Cart _aves at 10 shillings ye halfe ie
Two pair small Waggon Wheeles with iron tyres at 7 pounds ye halfe ie One Wagon Body Valued at 20 shillings the halfe ie
Six yoakes for Oxen with chaines at 3 pounds the halfe ie
One large Cast iron kettle att 40 shillings ye halfe ie
Severall peaces of new Copper and some Copper nailes at
5 pounds ye halfe
One sheet of lead a 5 pounds 10 shillings ye halfe ie
Ffour Iron bound bunchions at 30 shillings the halfe ie
700 wooden sugar potts at 35 pounds ye halfe ie
fforty earthen sugar potts att 50 shillings ye halfe ie
540 wooden sugar pottsfull of sugar - the potts valued above -
& wight of about 216 pounds vlaued at 135 pounds ye halfe of which
belonged to ye Deceased ie

Four Iron bound butts for rum in which is about 200 gals of rum valued
at 12 pounds ye halfe belonging to the Deceased ie

a Smithy Vice an Iron Beck Iron, valued att 35 shillings ye halfe ie
Two New & One old steel whip sawes at ffive pounds ye halfe ie
ffoure sheete Cross Cutt Sawes valued att four pounds ye halfe ie
Two old Iron Cross Cutt Sawes at 10 shillings ye halfe ie
a pcell of carpenters tooles old and new at forty shillings ye halfe ie
Three doz. of new falling Axes at 50 shillings ye halfe ie
lThree doz. of new Bills att 36 shillings ye halfe ie
36 axes & six Bills in use at three pounds 15 shillings ye halfe ie
an old Bench Vice and things belonging there unto at 40 shillings ye halfe
Three shovells & One Spade at 4 shillings ye halfe
about 16 soape 25 pounds candles at 22 shillings 6 pence ye halfe
ffoure paire holland sheets at 1 pound 10 shillings ye halfe ie
ffive pillowcases 5 shillings ye halfe ie

Three diaper ffive Cowise (?) Table Clothes Two doz. diaper Napkins
Two doz Napkins & eight towells at 30 shillings ye halfe
One ffeather bed bolster & pillows at 50 shillings ye halfe ie
Three Bleu bells and One Rug at 20 shillings ye halfe ie
one paire of wrought Dimity curtaines lined with Callicoe
one pair of old pintado curtaines & vallanes & one old quilt
25 shillings ye halfe
8 seats and 5 Barks (?) of wrought Dimity for Chaires & stooles
15 shillings
Eleven old chaires valued att 25 shillings the halfe
Three old swords att 10 shillings ye halfe ie
Six Musketts att 5 pounds ye halfe ie
One Musketoon & three old Musketts at 50 shillings ye halfe ie
ffour Spanish Elme chest of drawers at 7 pounds ye halfe ie
One very ordinary S__ipt_r 40 shillings ye halfe ie
Two spanish & three small Tables at 25 shillings ye halfe ie
ffoure wooden chests at 20 shillings ye halfe ie
Three Iron potts a B_____ _______ ____ Bleckes (?) and ropes at
foure shillings the halfe
One Iron ffurnase for Chemicall Distillation with a Kettle
to it 20 pounds ye whole
a pcell of Revetts such as are used for making of whirrys ye
whole the Deceaseds
a pcell of glass stills & other glasses & Crusibles ye whole
belonging to the Deceaseds
an Iron back & Breast Armour the whole valued at
a saddle and pistolls the whole valued at
a silver hilted and brass hilted rapiers & a hang valued at
Two dozen and two paire of glasse buttons 12 pair sett in silver valued at
One silver bowle and two spoones weighing 14½ __ att 4 pounds
6 shillings pz
Seaven printed bookes valued at ye whole for
One purse of twenty one Pistoles in gold
In a Chest Ten Pistoles of gold
One sadle and two paire pistolls at 9 pounds 5 shillings ye whole ye halfe

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552 10 00

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30 00 00

28 00 00
40 00 00
54 00 00
04 00 00
00 15 00
30 00 00
02 10 00

22 10 00
11 00 00
10 00 00
00 07 00
00 05 00
35 00 00
11 00 00

01 15 00
07 10 00
00 15 00
00 02 00

17 10 00
14 00 00
10 00 00
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03 10 00
00 10 00
01 10 00
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02 10 00
02 15 00
00 15 00
17 10 00
01 05 00


67 10 00


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02 00 00
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01 00 00
01 00 00
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01 17 06
01 00 00
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00 11 03
00 15 00
00 02 06


00 15 00
01 05 00
00 10 00
04 10 00

00 12 06

00 07 06
00 12 06
00 05 00
02 10 00
01 05 00
03 10 00
01 00 00
00 12 06
00 10 00

00 02 00

10 00 00

00 15 00

01 00 00
00 10 00
04 00 00
01 10 00
01 05 00

03 07 08
01 10 00
21 00 00
10 00 00
03 15 06

£1116 08 02



In Obediense to the Right Honorable Hender Molesworth ___ [esquire] Lt Govnor and Commander and Chief of his Majties Island of Jamaica wee have according to our skills and judgements appraised the foregoing Inventory amounting unto One Thousand One Hundred & Sixteene pounds 8 shillings and two pense as witness our hands and sealed ye day & yeare first above written
John Moone
M. Higes



Port Royall

And this is a true Inventory and appraisement of all & Singular the goods and Chattells of the said Andrew Orgill se__ in Port Royall and alsoe of all his Rights and Creditts there and alsoe where as they were showne unto us by Andrew Orgill ___ [esquire] his sole ___ [executor] on this Island.
as follows

In Mister Mathew Juniper and Mister John Agard Merchants on Port Royall their hands were at the time of his Decease as follo

Sundry Iron work for wind Mills for his owne att Eighty Eight plates for
the work of ye wind mill shaft ie
Two hundred 37 Wedges at
_________ ___________ Mills ___________
foure ________________
four tast (?) barrs & three short Gudgeons
four plates & three Bundles of hoopes at

two collar Brasses & foure maine brasses at two
hundred and twenty six pounds valued at 11 __ __ ie
two a____ Gudgeons at three hundred & 14 __ valued at 5 __
two short Gudgeons valued at
one single case of twenty four inch diameter valued att
one single case of twenty inches diameter valued att
one sett of cases twenty inches diameter valued att
nine cases of two feete Diameter valued att
foure Chocolette plates with rollers to them valued att
Three shovells two spades & a vice valued att
foure side brasses & one Top brass valued att
Six boxes of Ratts Baine each of about 25 pounds vlaued att
13 bottles of spirit of salt valued at
Part of a box of Borax valued at

Goods which were in their hands between him and St. Charles Modyford as follo
One sett of cases of 20 Inches Diamerer valued at 15 pounds ye halfe ie.
One sett of cases of 18 Inches Diameter valued at 13 pounds ye halfe ie.
Two hundred & thirty six Grateing (?) barrs & 28 Arches & Plates all at
25997 pounds valued at 16 __ [shillings] ye halfe ie

Debts then standing and due to his proper an as follos
Coll Wm Ivy
Sir. Charles Modyford
Nicholas Phillpott
John Wesly
Soloman Gabay
Maximillian Mohine
John Wornell
William _______ e .
Thomas Hilliard
John White ____ [esquire]
William Robinson
John Washe
Plantation

Debts standing and due to him selfe & Sir Charles Modyford in Partnershipp
John Willmatt
Robert Caste
Theadore Cary
John Ellis
John Gauden
Henry Archbold

the totall sumes ie pounds

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03 01 21
00 03 13
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08 01 19
03 00 00
33 08 00

10 02 07
06 10 05
05 09 00
06 00 00
05 00 00
15 00 00
54 00 00
02 00 00
01 09 00
10 11 09
02 10 00
01 19 00
06 00 00



07 10 00
06 10 00

103 19 09


30 00 00
51 13 04
06 00 00
06 09 04½
08 08 00
00 06 00
02 10 00
01 02 06
29 00 00
40 00 00
23 00 00
02 19 00
04 10 00


21 01 09
41 01 00
06 13 00
17 03 09
50 09 00
11 17 03

£202 05 09


In Obediense to the right Honorable Hender Molesworth ___ [esquire] Lt. Govnor and Commander in chiefe of his Majties Island of Jamaica and Ordinary of the laws for probate of wills & Granting Administrations, Wee have according to the best of our Skills and Judgement appraised the above Inventory of Goods on Port Royall in accounting to the sume of five hundred
& ninety foure pounds one shillng & eleven pense as Witness our hands and seales


John Agard
John Niclaes