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At a court held for Kanawha County at the Court House thereof on Monday the 9th day of April 1827.

This Appraisement Bill of the Estate of Mary Forqueran deceased amounting to $242.50 was this day received in court and ordered to be recorded.

In pursuant of an Order of the County Court of Kanawha appointing William Summers, Andrew arks, William Tompkins, Aron Stockton and Franklin Reynolds or any three of them to appraise the personal estate and slaves of Mary Forqueran deceased. In compliance to which Order William S. Summers, William Tompkins and Franklin Reynolds, after being sworn for that purpose proceeded to appraise the estate of the said Mary Forqueran decd, as follows to wit:

One Negro man named Charles about 45 years of age $233.00

One Negro woman named Cys about 75 year of age .00

One Feather bed… 8.00

One Trunk 1.00


The above being all the Estate Exhibited to wit

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