Inventory of Estate of Simon Sackett 1630-1659
from the Pynchon Court Record
p173 (Introduction. Civil Jurisdiction)
(Estate of Simon Sackett)
“On July 14, 1659 the commissioners entered an order of administration upon the estate of Symon Sackett.”
p241 (Pynchon Court Record)
(Simon Sackett's Estate)
"(*80) An Order of Administration upon the estate of Symon Sackett deceased who died the 9th day of July 1659: which Order was graunted by the Commissioners the 14th day of the Same Month.
Symon Sackett of Springfeild who deceased the Ninth of July 1659 dyinge intestate; and it beinge necessary that Administration be made upon the said Symons Estate; And William Blomefeild of Hartford appearinge to be assistant to his Daughter wife of the said deceased party to Administer to the aforesaid estate; therefore the said William Blomefeild is hereby allowed and appoynted to be Administrator and Sarah his Daughter wife of the said deceased party to be Administratrix to the Estate of the said Symon Sackett deceased:
An Inventory of the Estate of Symon Sackett deceased taken the 15th day of July 1659 by Richard Fellowes and Samuell Chapin:
Inprimis one barne      6. 00. 00
Item 3 piggs      1. 01. 00
Item one sow and a pigg       1. 00. 00
Item a chayne       0. 08. 00
An axe 3s, a pott with the hookes. 6s. 6d       0. 09. 06
A parcell of brass with old Iron      0. 02. 00
_________
      9. 00. 06
(*81)
One chape for a cart       0. 02. 00
a sickle 6d 2 fork tynes--2s       0. 02. 06
a bed tick with a pillow       0. 06. 06
a cellar .1£ 4 score rayles. 12s       1. 12. 00
1 tray, and a half bushell the 1/2 bushell John
Dumbleton had       0. 04. 00
2 barrells       0. 02. 00
2 acre and neere a quarter of wheat at 38s
per acre       4. 05. 00
7 bushel of wheat to be paid by William Brookes       1. 04. 06
4 bushel of wheat from Joseph Crowfoote       0. 14. 00
1 acre of Pease       1. 10. 00
One parcell of Indian that Obadiah Miller bought       2. 00. 00
One parcell of Indian and the grass       1. 16. 00
A parcell of Oates with the Oates in the
Orchard and water mill:       0. 16. 00
an acre of Oates       1. 15. 00
a plough share       0. 12. 00
a garden that Richard Fellowes bought       0. 10. 00
a cart with Irons to it       1. 05. 00
a spade 2s 3 pounds tallow 1s 6d       0. 03. 06
a steer       1. 15. 00
a yoke staple and ring       0. 03. 06
Item 8s due from Daniel Blomefeild       0. 08. 00
An Oxe       6. 10. 00
2 hoggs if found       2. 00. 00
A Canow to Richard Fellowes       0. 08. 00

     30. 04. 06
all the Oates and pease and water-millions and the use of half the barn is for Richard Fellowes for to pay 3£ 12:
On the other side 9. 00. 06
     39. 05. 00
This is a true account as we judge witnes both our hands: July 15, 1659
     Samuell Chapin, Richard Fellowes
theres due Goodwoman Sackitt from Goodman Bloomfeild 4s
Onely the heiffer and steere to Daniell for 3£ 17s that Simon oweth Daniell:
1. Steere yeere and vantage 1£ 15s.