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Credets with the Housings and Lands of John Fisher Juner
of Medfield (Deceased) as it was prized ^by^ us y’e Subscribers on the
20 Day of October 1727, which is as followeth …..
Li – s – d
|To Wearing Cloaths and Books||
|To Beds & Beding Arms Linnen woolen Cloath||
|To Saks Iron pots Kittle Skillets pewter||
|To Earthen ware wooden & Iron ware Horse furniture||
|To Tubs Barrels Chaires Tables Chests & other Lumber||
|To Husbandry Tooles Syiths Sickles Axes Horse forks Rope||
|To Graine Indian corne Rye Barley malt oats||
|To flax Hemp Spinning wheeles Cards wooll Hops Tallow||
|To Cart plows Tobacco Coall Shop and Tooles||
|To one ox Cows Heifers Horse Sheep and Swine||
|To House & Barn and the Home stead||
|To meadow Thre Acres Swamp fifteen acres||
|To other Land & Swamp||
|To other Buildings and Lands||
Suffolk SS By the Hon’ble Samuel Sewall Esq’r Jud.
of Prob’t &c.
Josiah Fisher Admin’r presented the foregoing & made oath that
it Contains a true & perfect Inventory of the Estate of his brother
John Fisher late of Medfield aforesaid Deceased so far as hath
Come to his knowledge & that if more hereafter appears he will
Cause it to be Added. The Apprizers were sworn on the
16’th day of Octo’r last as the Law Directs.
Boston Dec’r 5’th 1727 Coram Samuel Sewall
The source citation for this probate case file is:
NOTE: Genea-blogger John Newmark (who writes the excellent TransylvanianDutch blog) started a Monday blog theme years ago called "Amanuensis Monday." John offers this definition for "amanuensis:"
"A person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another."
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Posted On: August 24, 2020 at 10:52AM