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APPRAISEMENT BILL OF THE
JOHN VANBIBBER ESTATE
At a Court held for Kanawha County a the Court House.
Thereof on Monday the 12th day of November, 1821
An Appraisement Bill of the Estate of John Vanbibber amounting to the sum of $1,878.00 was this day presented in Court and ordered to be recorded.
Pursuant to an Order of the County Court of Kanawha to wit directed we have this day proceeds of the first being duly sworn to appraise the personal estate & Slaves of the late John Vanbibber deceased. Or so much thereof as was show by the adm.
Plime a negro man 550.00 Seal & her infant child about 1 ..yr old 1,000.00
Anthony a negro man 550.00 1 Cow 18.00
Jerry A Boy 350.00 1 Cow Old 10.00
17th March 1820
David Ruffner, John Anderson, T Ruffner appraisers
And at a court held for Kanawha County at the court house thereof on Tuesday the 10th day of June 1823.
A report of the division of the Estate of John Vanbibber deceased was received, examined by the Court and ordered to be recorded, which report was in the words & figures following
Pursuant to an order from the Court of Kanawha dated at March Term 1823, directed to Charles Venable, William Tompkins, Tobias Ruffner, Andrew Park, and James Wilson, or any three of them for the purpose of dividing the Estate of John Vanbibber decd of the said Estate. We the under signed according to the foregoing order of court after being duly sworn have proceeded to make the division of said Estate in the following manner, that is to say. To Col Andrew Donnally Lot No 1, consisting of one negro man named Anthony valued at $450 to receive from Lot No. 3 $20 dlls To James Vanbibber Lot No. 2 consisting of one negro man named Plim valued at $450 to receive Lot No. 5 $20 dlls, To Hannah Slaughter Lot No 3 consisting of negro boy Jeremia and Lucy daughter of Celia valued at $490 To the representatives of Chloe Boon Lot No 4 consisting of Celia her child Clarissa and Malida in the hand of James Vanbibber, valued at $465 to receive from Lot No 5 $5. Dlls To Miram Reynolds Lot No. 5 consisting of one negro Nathan Matilda daughter of Ceila & in the hands of James Vanbibber valued at $495, As witness our hands this 13th day of March, 1823.
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