Vol. 6. Fol. 153
Richard Smith, Port Royal Tavern Keeper

Entered July 26, 1705



A true Inventory and apprasail of all & singular the Goods and Chattells which late were of Richard Smith Late of the
Parrish of Pt Royall Tavern Keeper Described as they were shone unto us the Apprasers hear under Named

In the Fore Roome
Two formes one Table one Stoole
One Silver Marked R S
The Roome next the Cook Roome
Two Stools & one Locker & one Jar (?) Frame
One spell (?) of Laths

Above Stareis
One box of Candles
One pair of Brass Scales (?) weights
Halfe an Old Wherry
One pair of old Scales & Beam and nine ___ weights
One New Iron Beam and Ropes
One Bed and Bolster
One Cott and Collom (?)
One old Chest
One Table
Five Brass Cocks
Nine Pewter Potts
One Pewter Pann
One Crane and Cock
One Funnell
Old Timber
One Hundred Weight of Rosom
A last (?) of Shingles Two thousand
A Plei __ of Old Timber
A Billiard Table two [Roasting] sticks & six balls
One hundred sixty nine Gallons Lyme Juyce at 9/12 per gallon
One hundred forty eight ounces & a halfe of plate (?) at
___ ounces per ___ (see note below)

One Negroe Man called Clin[ssionre] wth a Lame foot
One Negroe Man Called bob
One Negroe Boy calld Ratilisse
Four Goats
To the House of MS Richd Smith allowing Three years and
seven months good lease to come at a Hundred Pounds
per Am Discounting for The Taxes & Repairs Two it
three pounds 3
00 15 00
00 15 00
01 00 00

00 10 00


03 02 06
01 15 00
03 00 00
02 00 00
02 15 00
02 10 00
00 17 06
00 05 00
00 07 06
00 17 06
00 15 00
00 02 06
01 00 00
00 03 09
00 10 00
01 05 00
01 05 00
00 10 00
06 00 00
08 09 00

-- -- --

15 00 00
25 00 00
18 00 00
04 00 00


335 00 00


£484 02 09


Note:
Neither the value of the 148½ oz. of plate nor the value per ounce could be read, but by subtracting the value of
the number that could be read from the subtotal in the inventory, it appears that the value of the plate should be £46 14 09.


Wee Daniel Griffin and George Ingellbor (?) - Apprasers chosen and Apointed to Inventory and Apprase all and Singular this ____ and Chattles Rights & Credits of Richd Smith Late of Port Royall Tavern keeper according to our Oaths have Inventoried and Appraised the Goods in this Inventory Apprasal as they were shone Unto us by Georghe [O'Nunn ?] his Exor And to the best of our Knolgd the value of Four Hundred and Eighty four & Two shill & Nine pence witnesd on this twenty sixth day of July Anno Dom 1705

Daniel Griffin
George [Ingeles]