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Estate Inventory of John Conner, Free African American,...
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Estate Inventory of John Conner, Free African American, Charleston, SC
John Conner (a Free Person of Color)
The appraise Bill of the Estate of John Conner Dec'd
Negro Fellow Bill appraised at 1,000 Woman Daphney 200
Critizene do [ditto] 300 Boy George 350 Black Horse do 35 Mule 35
7 Head of cattle at $8 pr h 56 Wagon & gears 40 150
Bus of corn a 75ct 112.50 15 hundred US fodder at 1 15 Buggy 20 Rockaway 30
plantation tools 2. 2 Banks Potatoes at $5 10 2 Head Hogs 5 10
Desk of arows 3 Setent(?) 4 Table 5 pine table 1 1 doz selling [illegible] at .25 3
Cupboard 1 Clock 1 Books 1 Looking glass 1 crockery ware .50
Bed & furniture No 1 15 Bed & furniture No 2 10 Cooking
utensils 2 Gun 5.
This is to certify that we the appraisers called on by
Maj. J.B. Rhame to appraise the Goods &
chattels of John Conner Decd do certify that
the above is a True statement of the above Estate.
T. L. Jones J.J. Davis W.B. McKewn
Filed 18 Jan 1859
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- Charleston, SC
- 18 Jan 1859
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