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An Inventory of Goods and Chattels, William Cook Sr. of Portaupique

Belonging to the Estate of William Cook late of Londonderry, (Nova Scotia) Deceased. Appraised and approved November 16th 1767.

One cow £4-10-0
One ditto 4-10-0
Two steers 4-5-0
One Bull 2-2-6
One calf 0-16-0
One horse 4-15-0
One cow 4-10-0
40 pound butter @ 6 1-0-0
Old bed cloaths 1-0-0
Pair of Blankets & Quilt 0-10-0
One Pair Britches 0-2-6
One Coat & Jacket 1-0-0
22 Yds Linnen @ 21 2-4-0
One Iron Pot 0-6-0
One ditto 0-4-0
Two Churn 0-7-0
Old Pewter 0-3-0
Two Buckets 0-2-0
One Pigin Nogin & Dish 0-2-0
One Spinning Wheel 0-8-0
One ditto 0-6-0
One broken skillet 0-1-0
One Pair Pot Hooks 0-1-0
One Tennon Saw 0-5-0
One Hand Saw 0-2-0
Two sickles 0-1-9
£33-13-9
Amount brought forward £33-13-9
Three old axes 0-5-0
One Shave & Edge 0-3-0
One Hay Fork 0-1-6
Old Iron 0-3-0
An auger sledge & Ring 0-6-0
An old flat Iron 0-1-0
Two pair of Cards & Dish 0-2-6
One Brass Hachet 0-5-6
One Iron Hachet 0-2-0
One old Gun 0-2-6
Two Spangles Yarn 0-5-0
Two Spades 0-4-6
One Chest 0-5-0
One Bible 0-6-0
Two Buckets 0-2-0
Old Spoons & forks 0-0-9
An old Coffee Mill 0-10-0
An old Chair & Table 0-1-0
One Bushel Barley 0-3-0
One Framel 0-5-0
100 Bushels Potatoes @ 10 p. 4-3-6
Daniel McGlaughlin 0-2-0
Three Pecks of Peas 0-4-0
Amount of Movables £41-17-6

The above articles duely appeared the day and Year above by us

Signed:
John Mahon
John Denny
William Nicholson

A True Copy
Signed, James Fulton
(of Londonderry Township, Nova Scotia)

 


Source: Estate File for William Cook of Londonderry, Estate C 137, Probate Court, Halifax, Nova Scotia.