Inventory – John Chatt – 13 May 1789

Document Type: Inventory
Date: 13 May 1789
Correspondent: John Chatt
Archive Source: NRO 672 A 31 38
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An Inventory and Valuation of the several Goods and Chattles belonging to the late John Chatt of Peacock House in Hexhamshire in the Parish of Hexham at the time of his death and taken by us whose names are hereunto Subscribed as Appraisers of the same this 13 Day of May 1789 

2 Cows valued at             8  0 0

2 Cows and a Calf            8  0 0

3 Mares                     22  0 0

8 Galloways                 24  0 0

3 Foals                      6  0 0

Husbandry Gear               5  5 0

Household Furniture         10  0 0

7 Acres of Corn             15  0 0

Money due to the deceased   81 13 0


John Foster of Dalton, Blacksmith

Edward Stobs of Hathery Haugh, Farmer

[Elizabeth Chatt, widow of John Chatt was executrix]
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