ESTATE SALE & SETTLEMENT OF DANIEL B. BROWN - 1850
RICHMOND COUNTY, NC
Transcribed from original records by Myrtle Bridges February 17th, 2000
The following is a list of the person al property belonging to the estate of Daniel B. Brown, dec'd sold by William Graham, Adm. of said estate on the 29th day of Nov. 1849.
Rebecca Brown purchased 1 bed & furniture, another bed & furniture, 1 side board & furniture, 10 sitting chairs, 1 chest, 1 table, 1 trunk, 1 spinning wheel, 1 set of fire dogs, 1 shovel & tongues, 1 skillet, 1 rifle gun, 1 trunk and cloathing, 1 bible & hymn book, 1 pot, 1 tray & churn, 1 oven, 1 piggin [pig iron?] & coffee pot, 1 lot dishes, 1 table, 1 saddle, 1 pair steelyards, 1 bell, 1 saddle, 1 lot sundries, 4 barrels, 6 barrels, 1 stand, 1 lot sundries, 1 lot sundries, 1 lot hoes, 3 axes, 1 cow hide, 2 axes, 1 waggon & gear, 1 cart, 5 bu. oats, 1 buggy, waggon and harness, 4 baskets, 1 shovel plowing gear, 2 shovel plows, 1 scythe & cradle, 1 set blacksmith tools, 5 head of sheep, 1 black sow, 1 spotted sow, 8 head hogs, 1 sow & 4 pigs, 1 sow & 3 pigs, 1 cow & bell, 1 black sided cow, 1 grindstone, 1 lot coopers ware, 1 wash pot, 1 black horse, 1 pen shucks, and 1 pen shucks & straw.
Sarah Brown purchased 1 clock, 1 sideboard & furniture, 1 cupboard, 1 lot books, 1 bedstead & furniture, 1 lot books, 1 lot books, 1 spinning wheel, 1 churn, and 1 loom, 1 lot barrels, 1 med. Spotted cow, and 1 Negro woman, Jenet, aged 60.
Ann Brown purchased 1 table, bedstead & furniture, 1 tub, 1 black cow, and 1 Negro woman, Jude, aged 40.
Mary Brown purchased 1 bed & furniture, 1 table, 1 chest, 1 umbrella, 1 book, 1 side saddle, 1 loom, 2 boxes, 1 med. cow & calf and 1 white heifer.
Daniel Brown purchased 1 man's saddle.
Andrew J. Brown purchased 2 iron wedges and 1 scythe & cradle, 2 bee gums, 1 side leather.
Wilson Brown purchased 1 plow & gear and 1 lot plows, 1 speckled bull yearling.
Murdock Brown purchased 1 bull.
John Sneed purchased 1 shot gun.
Mary Sneed purchased 1 shot gun, 1 lot pot ware and 1 black cow & calf.
Jane Pate purchased 1 linen wheel, 1 plow & gear, 5 head sheep and 1 grindstone.
Lewis Pate purchased 2 saws and a drawing knife.
Archibald McNeill purchased 2 stands
John Covington purchased 1 lot hoes.
Elisha Gibson purchased 1 lot augers, 1 scythe & cradle
Willy W. O'Bryan purchased 1 lot planes, 1 adz, auger & axe
Hugh Livingston purchased 2 moulding planes.
John C. Graham purchased 1 box sundries.
William H. Bialey purchased 10 bushels oats.
Thomas M. Wright purchased 1 plow & clevis, 5 head of sheep, 1 red sided heifer, 1 black sided heifer.
Thomas Beasly purchased 1 lot plows & gears, 1 black sided heifer.
Reuben Norton purchased 1 shovel plow & gear, 1 white bull yearling.
William Norton purchased 5 head of sheep.
Bennet R. Jackson purchased 1 mule.
One note on John P. Wright and James C. Wright for $65.00 due the 1st day of Nov. 1849. Good.
One note on Duncan McMillan for $50.00 due the 10th day of May 1848 with a credit of $8.00 the 12th of Oct. 1849. Good.
One note on Thomas Gibson for $46.90 due the 1st Jan., 1848. Good.
On note on M. W. McNair for $15.59 due the 1st of Mar. 1847 with a credit of $5.20 the 10th Feb., 1848. Good.
One note on Josiah Skipper for $15.00 due the 1st of Nov. 1848. Good.
One note on Cornelius Norton and James C. Wright for $11.25 due the 1st, Nov. 1848. Good.
One note on John C. Smith & John W. Sneed for 11.61 due the 25th Dec. 1848. Desperate.
One note on Thomas Beasly & Stafford Gibson for $7.50 due 1st, Nov. 1848. Good.
One note on Margaret McNeill & Daniel J. Woodward for $11.25 due the 1st Nov. 1848 with a credit of $4.00 Feb. 4th, 1849. Good.
One note on Starling Rachels for $4.72 with interest since Nov. 1st, 1847. Desperate.
One note on Starling Rachels for $5.50 due the 7th day of Feb. 1847. Desperate.
One note on Starling Rachels for $10.00 with interest from 1st March 1849. Desperate
One note on Gilbert McNeill & Thomas Beasly for $8.75 due the 1st Nov. 1848. Desperate
One note on John T. Norton for $15.00 due January the 1st 1848. Desperate.
One note on Stephen Wallace for $3.00 due the 5th Oct. 1845. Desperate.
One note on Willy Norton for $15.00 due the 1st of Nov. 1846. Desperate.
One note on Isham Norton & John C. McNair for $8.25 due the 1st of Nov. 1848. Desperate.
One note on David Norton for $25.00 due the 1st of Nov. 1845 with one credit of $9.11 the 29th Nov. 1845 and another credit of $2.50 the 15th Nov. Desperate.
One note on Isaac W. Sneed for $7.00 due the 1st Nov. 1848. Desperate.
One note on Elijah Norton for $14.00 due the 1st Aug. 1843. Desperate.
One note on Cornelius Norton & John C. McNair for $6.00 due the 1st Nov. 1848. Desperate.
One note on Daniel Norton & Calvin Norton for $14.00 due the 15th Nov. 1848. Desperate.
One note on Elijah Norton for $16.00 due the 1st Nov. 1841. Desperate.
One note on Wilson Brown for $9.00 due the 29th day of May 1838 with a credit of $2.72 the 5th Nov. 1838. Desperate.
One note on James Calder for $19.00 with interest from the 19th April, 1841. Desperate.
One note on Isaac Williamson for $5.60 due the 3rd of April 1834. Desperate.
One note on Angus Campbell for $5.59 due the 7th August 1845 with a credit of $2.00. Desperate.
One note on Henry Woodward for $8.67 due the 4th Dec. 1839 with a credit of $4.00 the 25th Dec. Desperate.
One judgement against John C. Wright for $11.25 and interest on same for $1.64 dated the 17th of September 1842. Desperate.
One judgement against Samuel Wallace for $11.50 and interest on same $2.50 and cost $.80 dated the 15th July 1845 with a credit of $1.50 the 6th Sept. 1846. Desperate.
ONE YEARS ALLOTMENT TO FAMILY:
Out of the inventory the following has been set apart by a committee for the years support of the widow and family of the dec'd. Viz.
2 cows & calves
200 bushels of corn
1500 lbs. blade fodder
2000 lbs. pork
100 lbs. coffee
50 lbs. sugar
25 gallons molasses
3 sacks salt
50 lbs. Iron (?)
3 barrels flour
40 bushels cotton seed
50 lbs. lint cotton
6 bushels peas
1 pen shucks
1 bed & its furniture
1 wheel & cards
75 bushels sweet potatoes
$40 in cash
State of North Carolina, Richmond County William Graham Adm. of Dan'l B. Brown maketh oath that the foregoing is a true and correct inventory of the estate of his intestate that has come to his possession. Jan 21, 1850. Signed William Graham.
Sworn to and subscribed before me Jan 21st, 1850, M. L. Douglass, Clerk
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