Robert Hardson Inventory 1679 (V2F6)

A Schedule or Inventory of all & singular the goods & Chattles of Robert Hardson Chirurgeon

late of Porte Royall deceased, as the same were shewn us, by Mary Hardson the Relict &

administratrix of the said Robert.

In the Dyning Roome                                                                                                       £ s d

One Table

: 12 : 6

One Chest of Drawers

: 5 :

A __fe

: 2 :

Six old Leather Chaires

: 10 :

Six _o_ned stooles

: 10 :

One old Chest and parcell of Drawers

: 6 :

One Looking Glass

: 2 :

Three Hamocks

: 15 :

An old purple Gowne

: 2 : 6

Two old Silke Coatts

: 5 :

Three shirts 3 parcells of Drawers One Wa__era_e, one hatt

: 12 : 6

Four Table Cloaths, Eighteen Napkins, One Towel, one Coverlid

1 : 5 :

One parcell and halfe of Sheets

: 10 :

Bed Chamber One Bed, Curtains and R_____, Callico Curtains ___ Bedstead Six Pillows

2 : :

One Case of Bottles

: 5 :

One Table

: 2 : 6

One Chest

: 5 :

One parcell of old Curtains & P_ng

: 2 : 6

One Table and Chaire

: 3 : 6

One Bed & Coverlid

: 2 : 6

One old Trunk

: 2 : 6

One Kettle

: 10 :

Two Tin pans

: 1 :

One Pestle and Mortar

: 2 : 6

Two old Tables & Chests

: 10 :

One Still and Head

: 10 :

Two Iron potts, One brass foott

: 12 : 6

One Ffrying pan ffor __ & ____ner

: 2 : 6

One Trevitt

: 1 :

 One Bedstead

: 2 : 6

Three Smoothing Irons

: 1 : 6

Sixty fine pounds of Pewter at ______(cut off)_______

1 : 12 : 6

Brought over bids

18 : 12 :

One fflock bed, bedstead & Coverlid

: 10 :

Two bottom __ of Potts

: 10 :

                                                                                                                             £ s d

One Pestle & Mortar

: 2 : 6

One sett of Large Rusty Instruments

: 10 :

One Table and Chest

: 5 :

One small old fowling parcell out of ordinary

: 5 :

Old Potts and Glasses with decayed Phisick in them

1 : :

Two Small Silver Instruments

: 15 :

One white Servant Man haveing one Yeare and halfe to bra_

8 : :

To one Negro Woman

14 : :___

Total

£ 44 : 15 :

By Virtue of a Comission from His Excellency Charles Earle of Carlisle to Anthony Swimor

Esquire directed, to Sweare by whose names are hereunder Written truly to appraise the goods

and Chattells of Robert Hardson deceased, as the same should be shewn us by Mary Hardson

Admistatrix of the said Robert, according to the best of our Skills & Judgment Wee have appraised

the said amount to the above said Sum of forty four pounds fifteen shillings In Witness whereof Wee

have hereunto sett our hands and Seales this 15th day of May 1679:

                                                 Nathaniel Doggett

                                            George Ffetherstonhaugh

Enroled the 16 June 1680