transcribed by Rick Chambers
Philip Keck


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     At a Court of pleas and Quarter Sessions began and Held for the County of Campbell at the Court House in Jacksborough on the first Monday of September 1812. Nancy Keck Admi- nistratrix & Jacob Sharp Admir. Of the Estate of Philip Keck Decd. returned into Court an Inventory of all the property of the said Philip Keck Decd. that have Come to their hands (to wit)

5 Head of Horses 3 Tin pans
7 Head of Cattle 3 Tin Buckets
3 head of Sheep 6 pewter plates
30 head of Hoggs 10 Tin Cups
one Shovel & 1 pr. of Giers 1 Coffee pot
1 Pole ax 1 Iron pot & hooks
2 Stacks of Oats 1 Dutch oven
2 Stacks of Wheat 1 Washing Tub
1 Stack of Rice 1 Churn
1 Stack of Flax 1 Cheek Real
his Crop of Corn in the field 1 water pail
1 Flax wheel & 1 Cotton wheel 2 Keelers
2 feather Beds & furniture 1 Dye Tub
2 Bridles 1 Looking Glass
1 Calf side 1 piece of Steel
1 Pickleing Tub 2 Books
1 Mans Saddle 1 pr weaving Giers
1 Sword 1 Side of Leather
1 Regimental Hat 1 pr. Cotton Chards
3 Chairs & 1 Table
1 Womans Saddle
1 Regimental Coat
& his Clothing

Nancy Keck ) Admrx.
Jacob Sharp ) Admr.



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