Account of Sales of Personal Estate of Francis Eppes

Account of sales of the personal Estate of Mr Francis Eppes deceased, At Randolphs Tavern in Amelia the 8th Sept 1808. at Eppington the 10th Octr 1810 At Eppington the 29th Novr 1810 By John W. Eppes and Jerman Baker Exers And of Articles which by general consent1 of the legatees were delivered to some of them at their appraised value after the death of Mrs Elizabeth Eppes, to whom they had been previously delivered by the exers agreeable will of their Testator.—

Sale at Holcombs alias Randolphs Tavern 8th Septr 1808.

£ S. D
No 1

A sorrel steed colt 1 yr old by Browzard out of Grey Mare, Mary Grey, sold Wade Moseley

67
No 2

Sorrel Steed 5 yrs old out of Do by Clifden, sold Dr Meade

61
No 3

A Jack, To John W. Eppes and Jerman Baker

150
No 4

A bay Buzzard Colt out of the Dare Devil-man sold to John W. Eppes

45
No 5

By bay mare by dare Devil man out of Mary Gray six years old sold
Mrs Elizabeth Eppes for £50. this mare and her increase, two colts, afterwards
came into the hands of the exers of Mr Epps and were sold by them for
the benefit of his Estate as will appear by subsequent account of sales

No 6

A citizen colt not weaned out of Mary Grey sold to William R. Johnson

53 14
No 7

Bay Filley by Tickle Toby 2 years old sold to Meridith Childers

24
No 8

Bay mare bysold Mr Eanes

24
424 14 0
No 9

A. Doucet Steed 3 years old sold in Fall 1808 to Wade Moseley

140
£ 564 :14 :00
Articles delivered to Archibald Thweatt
To Bed pillows and bolster $40.
Mattress 10
pr of blankets 6
Four Dimity Counterpanes 12
Silver Cross 15
6 Silver Salts 30
Gold Watch 80
Note this amount is included in bond $193
given 10th Novr 1810 £ 57 [. . .]
£ 622 [. . .]
To amount brought over 622 [. . .]
Articles delivered to J. W. Eppes at appraised value
To 2 Beds, Pillows, and bolsters $80
Marble slab 20
2 pr white sheets 10
2 pr blankets 12
Mahogony bedstead 12
Common Do 2.50
Trundle Do 2.50
19 Table spoons 57.
Set of bed curtains 12.
pr of white sheets 5
3 pr of Brown Do 9.
Do Window curtains 10.40
Side board 40.
2 Card Tables 20.
19. Napkins breakfast 4.
35. Towells 12.
18 Tea spoons 10.
2. Silver cans 30.
Travels of Anachanis 10.
Guthries Geography 10.
American museum 2.
Old bible 3.
Bell mettle skillet 4.
Gun 20.
30 Gallon Coffee boiler 15.
Madison’s map 8.
Tea China 5.
9 Decanters 12
Plate basket 2.
4 Decanter sliders 4
Broken set of Table china 31.66
Silver soup Ladle 8.
Toddy do 2.50
Sugar Tongs 2.
$487.76 146 6 6

Articles delivered Miss Matilda Eppes at app: value she had such
as her sister who married before her for which she is not charged

To Mahogany Press $30.
Bedstead and Curtains 24.
Dimity Counterpain 6
pr blankets 6
$86.00 19 16
£ 788 14 6
To amount brought over 788 14 6

Articles delivered Miss Sally Eppes at appraised value, she had also such
as her sister who married before her with which she is not charged.—

To Mahogony Bureau $100
Bedstead and Curtains 24
2 Window Do 6
Mattress 10.
Pair of blankets 6
2 Counterpains 12
Winterbothams History of America 10
Washington’s life by Marshall 20
Family bible 5.
$193 57 18
Articles delivered Jerman Baker at appd value
To Easy chair $20.
Bed, Pillows and Bolsters 40
Mattress 10
Marble Slab 20
2 Counterpains & 2 pr brown sheets 18
Portable writing Desk 7
7 Window Curtains 18
Six Pillow Cases 4
Blair’s Sermons 3
100 of Bacon at 12½ cents 12.50
Gun 10.
$162.50 48 15
Act of sales at Eppington 10 Oct: 1810
Old Sampson & Amey Archd Thweatt £ 15
Old Jacob John W. Eppes 15
Old Captain Jerman Baker 9
[. . .]der James Moody Junr 12 12
Saml Carpenter Richard N. Thweatt 130 10
Billy Fisher and wife Haner Mr Belcher 124 4
Quast and family Col Peterson Godwin 483
*Peter John Robertson 124
Little Captain Jerman Baker 110
Old Joe and Mary his wife—John W. Eppes in Novr 1808 105

*Allowed six per cent discount for Cash £116.11.2½ pd J Baker

£ 2023 13
Shepperd John W. Eppes 120
*JackRichard N. Thweatt 120
GornJerman Baker 120
Couchee and Richd N. Thweatt 58 10
Bay horse Clifden Edward O. Branch 48
Old bay horse Lofty Jerman Baker 18
Gig and Harness Willis Pillar 4 10
Grey mare, Mary Grey, John Y. Tabb 79 10
Dare Devil Bay mare & Colt—Jerman Baker 36
Grey Mare Ginnether C. Moore 24
Light Waggon & Geer John W. Eppes 12 12
2 Mules John W. Eppes each $100 60
4 Mules Miss O. O. Miss M Eppes at $74 $79 $85. $75 99 6
2 Mules Horatio Turpin $33 $41 22 4
1 do Edward O. Branch 12 12
20 Young Ewes to John W. Eppes, in summer 1809 at $3 18
Set of Dining Tables—Archd Thweatt $52. 15 12
20. Windsor Chairs—John W. Eppes at $17/100 each 10 4
Dutch case & three bottles. Merth Childers 19
Leih [. . .] chair— Jer: Baker 6
2 Toilets stands J. W. Eppes 1 16
2 Toilet Tables Do 1 8
1 Do Mer. Childers 7
Curtain bedstead and furniture, James Moody 4 10
Cradle and furniture J. W. Eppes 18
Chest of Drawers Mer: Childers 1 11
Do Mich: Wells Jr 1 10
Looking Glass James Moody 1 5
Do Thos: Gibbs 1 10
3 Waiters and 5 Glass Goblets. J W Eppes 12
Tea tray and 17 Jelly Glasses— John Robertson 1 16
Carried over£ 2921 1 6
Six pr deducted & paid J. W. Eppes £112:16
To amount brought over 2921 1 6
6 Glass Salvers and bowl J W Eppes 2 14
Large Toddy Glass Do 1
2 Glass cream pots and waiter J Baker $5 1 10
Set of Plated Castors, T Belcher $5 1 10
2 Bread Trays & Snuffers J Baker $1 6
1 Box and 1 Doz: knives and forks John Worscham $6 1 16
DoDo Do $2.50 15
Pine box and old knives & forks W. Piller $1 6
4 Counterpains J. W. Eppes $3 each 3 12
6Do John Worscham 13p each 3 18
12 old breakfast napkins Do 7
8 Table clothes 1 JB $5.—3 J. W. E. $8. 4 J. W E $20 9 18
3 Pair of Sheets— Richd N. Thweatt $20 6
3Do John Worscham, 15/6. each 2 6 6
1 Bed &c Richd N. Thweatt 9 12
1 Carpet J Baker $24 7 4
Do J. W. Eppes $20 6
3 old Do small John Worscham 4 2
2 Do Virginia Do 19
10 Sheep Mr Ben: Branch at 31/a each 15 10
Do Richd N. Thweatt at 26/a 13
Do Mr Ben: Branch at 27/a 13 10
Do Richd N. Thweatt at 20/a 10
Do Do at 18/a 9
Do Do at 15/a 7 10
Do Archd Thweatt at 13/6 6 15
Do Ben: Branch at 12/6 6 5
Do Archd Thweatt at 10/a 5
11 Sheep Ben: Branch one at 5$ & 10 at 9/a 6
Carried over£ 3077 7
To amount brought over 3077 7
Old Bull J. W. Eppes $20 6
Young Do Archd Thweatt $20 6
Stalled Beef J. W. Eppes and Jerman Baker 13 10
44 Cows— M. C.. for J. W. E. A.T. R.N.T. & Miss Eppes’s
4 Do M. Childers at $19:46 23 7
Do Do at $19 22 16
Do Do at $19 22 16
Do Do at $18 21 12
Do Do at £5 20
Do Do at $12 14 8
MS (Location of original unknown. Possibly, Chesterfield County); transcription made from photocopy in ViCMRL; incomplete.
1Manuscript: “conset.”
Author
Jerman Baker
Date
September 8, 1808 to November 29, 1810
Collection
Repository
Chesterfield County Archives?