transcribed by Rick Chambers
Daniel Sharp

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     At a Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions began and held for Campbell County, on the 6th Day of March 1809. Jacob Sharp and Henry Sharp administrators of the Estate of Daniel Sharp Deceased returned into Court an Inventory of all the Property of the said Deceased Daniel Sharp that have come to their hands. (to wit)

one Sorrel Horse one fat Tub
one Clay bank Horse one Rifle Gun
one Brown Horse one Looking Glass
one Bay Horse one Note of hand on
Coonrod Sharp for
$231.51 cents dated October 2d 1807 due October 2 nd 1808
one Large Black & White Cow one other Note of hand on Coonrod Sharp dated October 2 nd 1807 & due October 2 nd 1809
one Read & White Cow one other Note on Henry Sharp for $133 33 1/3 cents dated October 22 nd 1807 and due October 22 nd 1809
two Read Cows one other Note of hand to the Estate from John Ridenour for $61.75 cents dated 13 th day of February 1809 and due three days after date
one Red & White 2 Year old Steer one hand saw
one Red & White 3 Year old Steer one Log Chain
one Bull Yearlin Calf one Iron Wedge
eight Head of Sheep three falling Axes
one Large Sandy barrow  
one Red barrow  
one Spotted Barrow  
one White Sow & Pigs  
one Sandy Sow  
one Piggin  
one Wash Tub  
three Chairs  
one Hundred & fifty six bushels of Corn and thirty bushels of Corn  
one ten Gallon Kegg  
one Churn  

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Inventory Continued

one Smothing Iron

one Great Coat

one Shovel Plough thirty seven dollars in Silver
two Weeding hows  
one frying pan  
one Candle stick  
one pair of Shears  
five tea Cups & Saucers  
one Razor & Lanset  
seven Pewter Spoons  
five Knives & one fork  
seven pewter Plates  

one pewter dish & Bason

six Delphin plates  
one Earthin Bole  
two Bars of Lead  

two Spelling Books


one Hone


one ten gallon pot


one large Oven


three tin Cups


twenty weaver spools


one Waggon & two pair of Gears


two Weaver’s Slays


one pair of Weaver’s Harnesses


one Tin Gallon


Thirty pounds of Cotton in the sead


one Negro man Joshua


one Negro woman Siller


one small Negro Girl Pheby

one small Negro Girl Rozanoh  

one Copper Still one hundred gallons


two Feather Beds & Covering


one woman’s Saddle


one man’s Saddle


The above is a true and perfect Inventory of the Estate of Daniel Sharp Deceased come to the hands and possession of Jacob Sharp and Henry Sharp Administrators of the above Estate.

March 6 th 1809


Jacob Sharp
Henry Sharp


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