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James Hughes Inventory

Submitted by Mary Hatton, 7/7/2006


James Hughes-Inventory Book D-Vol II. I-Pages-307-308-Recorded in the Bourbon County October Term 1812.


Pursuant to an Order of the County Court of Bourbon-We Edmund Mountjoy, John Patton, Jacob Jones, and Daniel Ayers-Commissioners appointed by said Court to Appraise the Negroes and Personal property of James Hughes deceased, did (after first being duly sworn, as the law directs) appraise in current money the above mentioned Property and so report as follows, to wit:


On Negroe man, named Frank appraise to-$455.00

One Negroe woman, named Charity-$381.25

One Negroe woman, named Grace-$300.00

One Negroe boy, named Joe-$187.50

One Negroe girl, named Grace-$135.00

One Negroe girl, named Rose-$221.25

One Negroe boy, named Gabriel-$187.50

One Negroe girl, named Harriet-$71.25



Edmund Mountjoy

Daniel Ayers

Jacob Jones

John Patton

Bourbon County Court October Term 1812. This inventory & appraisement of the Estate of James Hughes, deceased was returned into the court Executors, and the same being examined & approved by the County, was admitted to recorded.


Tho. P. Smith, D.C.B.C.