|Date||April Term 1810|
|Text||The orphans court appointed Jacob Morris, Sr. and Kirk Gunby appraisers to report on the real estate of Joshua Hayman, orphan in the care of Hamilton Bailey his guardian. 10 July 1810 appraisers report slaves Sam, Gurle, 1 dwelling house 24 by 16 feet, 1 kook house 20 by 17 feet, 1 meat house 12 by 12 feet, 1 out house 14 by 14 feet, all in bad repair, 164 apple trees, 37 peach trees, 1371 pannels of fence 6 rails to the panel, 149 of wood land, 100 acre in cultivation, annual value L32.12.6.|
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