Price, Robert [An inventory and appraisment of the estate of Humphry Jones]
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Inventory of the estate of Humphry Jones, with appraisal values listed for all goods. Lists slaves, cattle, and household goods, each with a value listed in pounds. Appraised by Robert Price, Brancy Weeks, Jonathan Haslewood and Richard Parrott with Abraham Weeks as executor. Also signed by Haslewood, and by Thacker as court clerk. Dating based on Humphry Jone's death date, 16 October 1684, probate records and document signers.
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