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Estate of Henry Foard/Ford, Pittsylvania Co VA

Deborah Wood

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Presented by Deborah Shelton Wood, a descendant.

Accounts Current of the Estate of Henry Ford
AC Book 4, Page 92, Pittsylvania County, Virginia


Fords Account Current

The Estate of Henry Ford to William Thompson, the Executor.

1807

March Paid Ambrose Haley Jr by E Ford
1 muskett, 3 bushels wheat paid Ambross Haley
Cash paid Elijah Creel 2 vouchers

March 7 Cash paid Francis Daley for making coffin for the Decd.
Cash paid Sil Vaden for Crying Property at the Decd. Sale

April 10 Cash paid Jarrald Ford for 5 bushels of Corn

April 25 Paid Elisha Ford in Bonds and accts.
Paid Thomas Shelton and James Murphy
This sum paid Jarrald Ford per Voucher

April 29 This sum paid Johnson Lansdown Do

May 4 Paid Benjamin Terry Senior
To five Bushels of Corn for Carriage of Tobacco

May 25 The sum paid John H Hendrick per Tho. Shelton
Paid Thomas Shelton for 1 weather proved by T. Chaney
Paid Jarral Ford 9 months Interest and his pro acct.

Jun 11 Paid John Fords pro. Acct.
Paid Daniel Slayden Do
Paid Josiah Shelton Do

Jun 13 Paid Benjamin Watkins part of Bond
Paid James Walker

July 10 Paid Thomas Chaney pro. Acct.
Do paid the same for whiskey
Paid Francis Duly per Acct.

July 13 Paid Saml Carter for the Season on One mare
Paid Wm Ragland for his Services account apps.

Aug Paid Sheriff Pitts. Tax and leavies for 1806
Paid Achiles Whitlock per Voucher
Paid Beverly Barksdale bonds and provd. accts.
Paid Same Int. on the above Bonds
To this sum allowed William Thompson for his
Services as Exec. Of the Estate

Total: 208.7.6

1807

Feby By Sale of Sundry Property
Feby 27 Elisha Ford
Bond on Johnson Wall
Part of Hhd. Tobacco
John Ford
Beverly Barksdale for 896 lbs. Seed Cotton
Cash recd. of Beverly Barksdale

Aug Cash recd. of Harris Brown
Balance In favour of the Estate: 8.15.2

In obedience to an Order of the Worshipful Court of Pittsylvania to us Directed we the under written Subscribers have this day proceeded to Settle the account Current of the Estate of Henry Ford, Decd. with William Thompson the Exor. And find that there is a balance in the hands of the Exor. At this time to the amount of Eight pounds fifteen Shillings and two pence as will appear from the Debits and Credits in the foregoing Page .

Given under our hands this 11th Day of September 1807.

Sto. Turner, Wm Shelton, William Ragland
Recorded: September 21, 1807


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AC Book 4, Page 70 , H. Fords Inventory

In obedience to an Order of Pittsylvania Court February 1807 we the appraisers to wit: Creed Tanner, Jackson Walters and William Ragland have convend. to the appointed house of Henry Ford Deceased on the 19th Day of February 1807 and after being qualified do report as follows, viz:

1 Bed bedsted & furniture, 1 Do Ditto & Ditto, 1 Bed stead & parcel feathers, 2 barrells Seed Cotton, 1 Hamper & pick Cotton, pees & veseles, 1 bag of Cotton, 1 Side Saddle, 2 old Barrells & Salt, 1 weir Sive, 1 bag flax old & plunder, 1 Shott Gun, 1 Crib Bridle, 3 books, 1 Walnut Table, 1 pale, 1 Chest, 1 looking Glass, 6 chirs, 1 Sad Iron, 1 Candle Stick, 1 pr Shiers & Tribet, 1 sml blue baskit & its Contents, 1 cruit, 1 Lott knives & forks, 1 sml Bell, 1 Steel trap, 1 Decanter, crewit, Tumble, dram glass, & salt seller, 2 Gimblets & file, 1 pitcher, 1 qt bottle, 5 Earthern plates, Coffee Ware, 1 Tin Pepper box & file, 1 Tin Tumbler, 1 old Table, 1 flax wheel, 1 Tub & piggon, 1 large Iron pott, 1 Hackle, 1oven, 1 pott & skillet, 2 pott Racks, 1 pott & 2 pott Hooks, 2 Spinning wheels, 3 pr Cot. Cards, 1 Tub, 1 Piggen, 1 Case & 2 Razors, parcel pewter, 1 Tin coffee, 1 copper Teas Kittle, 1 Shovell, 4 plow hoes, 5 hilling Hoes, 3 Weeding Ditto, 3 Grubbing Ditto, 4 pole & 1 broad ax, 1 X Cut Saw, 1 coller, 1 lock Chain, 3 pr. Chain traces, 1 pr. Stilyards, 3 pr. Swingle trees

4 pr. Hames, 1 cutting Knife, 10 Wedges, 2 Drawing Knives, 1 Hand Saw, 6 Chesells, 1 Clivis & 2 Iron Pins, 4 augers, 2 Gouges, 2 Hammers & 1 Taper bell, 5 Horse Sheers, 3 Bridle bells, 2 plains & Stock, 1 hdgd croze, 3 Sythes & Cradle, 2 britch bands & 3 Collars, 2 mans Saddles, 1 bridle, 5 Sheep Skins & pr. Ps.Lethers, 1 Half Bushell, 2 reap Hooks, 1 Trumpitt & part of reap Hook, 3 raw hides, 40 Barrels Corn, 24 Bus wheat, 1 Grind Stone, 1 ox cart, 1 Cutting Box, 2000 lb oats, 450 lbs fodder in the Granery, Parcel Straw, 1 Grey Colt, 1 Sorrell Colt, 1 bay mare, 1 Grey Ditto, 1 Bay Horse, 410 lbs Bacon, 26 lbs Fatt, 3 butter potts, 2 Jugs, 2 Bags, 4 Tubbs, 2 Sifters & bred tray, 1 Chirn, 3 Casks, 1 Emp HHd, 1 Hdd., 2 Ditto, 4 Ditto, 1 Tub, 1 Cow & yearling, 1 Do, 1 Do & Calf & Bell, 1 Do, 1 Bull, 1 Cow & Calf, 1 Hefier, 1 Ditto, 1 Cow, 1 Do, 1 Heffer, 1 Cow & Calf, 1 Steer, 24 Gees, 15 Sheep & 9 lambes, 21 Hogs, 1 Top Stack, 1 Heffer yearling

Negro Will, Ditto Betty, Ditto Lucy , Ditto boy Charles

Feby the 27 1807

Negro Edy, Ditto Allen, 1500 lbs of Fodder, 1200 lbs Tobo, One ox ring & Staple, Stack of Shucks, Foot adds & 1 Clevis, 1 Fro & 1 howel, one Hone, 4 Slays, One old muskit.

Total: 711.6.0

Creed Tanner, William Ragland, Jackson Walters
Recorded: April 20, 1807

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