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Charles Harris

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Charles Harris
Born in Isle of Wight County, Virginiamap
Husband of — married [location unknown]
Died in Warren County, North Carolinamap
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Biography

Charles was born before 1722. Charles Harris ... [1]

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Documents

Land Purchase

Trancribed by Vance C. Harris

1785 State of North Carolina

Granville County the seventh Day of August Anno Dorm 1785 This may certify that as Commissioner for the county aforesaid I have purchased from Charles Harris three hundred seventy five pounds beef, by estimation, at the price ascertained in Spanish milled Dollars by a resolution of congress dated the 25th February 1780 Amounting in the whole to twenty and half Spanish milled Dollars, which sum is to bear Interest at six percent until paid aqeuable to an act of the General Asimbly in that case made.

20 & ½ Dollars Philip Voss Commissioner

Estate Inventory

Transcribed by Vance C. Harris

January 27 Day 1787

This contains a true inventory of all the Estate of Charles Harris Deceased To wit Ten Negroes four hed of horses and twenty six hed of cattle fifty six hed of Hogs twelve hed of sheps and thirty two gees seven fether Beds and furniture and fifteen siting chers and five bed steds one desk two chests and two trunks one warnut table one loocking glas one slate one Shugger Box Two Smoth Bore Guns one Bullet Mold one pair shillards one Pair of Fior tongs one box iron and two flat irons two iron pots and one iron kittle one Dutch oven one skillet and thre Pairs pot hooks one frying pan half a Dozen nifes and half a Dozen forks fife puter Dishes and four Do Basons nineteen Do plates twelve Do spoons sixteen Earthen plates eighteen cups and salsers four punch Boles one Chamber pot two butter pots seven stone Judgs two stone pitchers and four mugs three bottles one lombe and nine slays three wallen wheles and two flax Do two Pair of Cotten Cords and one Pair of woll Do two Candle Stikes two tubes two pales Thre piggens two bread trays and one serch and two sifters one table one churn one shu hamer and one Claw Do one pare of pin shers and one Pair of nippers and two shu nifes one Cooppers Jointe and one hand jointer and one Zack plan and one smoothing plane one han saw and two Droying nifes two augers and one inch Chessel one adds and one Rounding nife and one Round Shave one iron wedg and one Broad ax fife narrough Do one tin bler one Drinking Glas one Cart and wheles one side saddle one mans Ditto two Bridles one (illegible) hook one Lathing hammer one fro one pair shepe shers two Gales two prayer books one hackel and one spice Morter four Bells one be hive one funel and one Pair (illegible) the working tools belonging to the plantation and a Quantity of Barrels one Side Leather and thre Cow hids

Rachael Harris adm


Warren County Feby Court 1787 This inventory was returned into Court on Oath and ordered to be recorded

(illegible) (illegible) Duke Johnson cale


Sources

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Footnotes

  1. Entered by William Harris, Monday, August 19, 2013.

Acknowledgments

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