Miss Mary Ann Savage to Susan Savage Her Guardian

Miss Mary Ann Savage to Susan Savage her Guardian

Spelling remains the same. Do is the appreviation for Ditto. Missrs is the appreviation for Misters.

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To keeping several expenxive Negroes this year as valued by Missers Savage Bowdoin & Eyre

$120.00

To Do sheriff taxes on Land year 1812 $18.31.1/4
To cash paid for dressing drawers

$42.50

To amount of annuity under the will of Wm B. Savage decd $666.66.2/3
Amount brought foward

 

July 23th 1813

 

To amount of cash &c fyrnished to you as pr you own account tereof

$98.47

Augt

 

To Cash tewnty one dollars

$21.00

Balance due orphan if all collected

$511.80

 

$1478.74 3/4
Cr 1812

 

By hire of Robin $40 Levin $40 Old Jacob $20 Tamar $15 Fanny $15 & Old Lucy $14 Old Adah

 

& Robt for victuals & clotes as valued by Missrs Savage Bowdoin & Eyre

$160.00

By Do of John Evans

$20.00

By Do Geo. Luke

$3.00

By Do Capt. Dunton

$20.00

By rent of Cherry Grove as settled by Missrs Savage Bowdooin & Eyre

$450.00

By Lans pf T. simpkins & Taylor for rent of Hill Fields 1812

$300.00

By Jas Parker's Land for land rent

$25.00

By one half of the price of Schooner Wm & Mary sold

$136.00

By one half of the Ballce from concern of Wm Bain & Co.

$15.58

By hire of Grace in Baltimore

$21.00

By Jno Dunton's bond hire of Laban

$40.00

By cash for Old Esther's hire 1812

$5.00

By Natl Widgeon's bond hire of Harry $66.66 2/3
By cash hire of Jacob 1812

$40.00

Abdell's hire of Cyndia

$20.00

By James Parker's bond hire of Leah

$10.00

By Nathl Freshwater's bon for Mary

$5.00

By John Kendall's bond for fishery

$85.50

By so much released by guardian out of allowance or charge for keeping expensive Negroes

$36.00

 

$14.00

 

$1478.74 3/4

At a court held for Northampton County October the 11th 1813: these account of the profits of the estate of Mary Ann Savage being inspected by the court were ordered to be recorded.

Source:
Walczyk, Gail M.  Northampton County Orphans Accounts 1785-1713. Coram NY: Petersrow, p 205.

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