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THE ESTATE OF HUGH MILLING, Deceased, Dr.

1837.

Jan.28 - To postage on letters inserting obituary  $      .31 1/4
Aug.21 1 To cash paid Dr.Kerr for making coffin  1    9.00
       2 To John Nason acct. as per bill          2   71.59 1/2
Sept.6 3 " " " [[ditto for To John Nason]] provision acct.   3  60.08
4 " [[ditto for To]] Al Brown acct. Headstone  4  50.19
5 " [[ditto for To]] Solock & Solaman acct. Bacon  5 19.00
Oct.14 6 James Martin acct. coffee  6 9.00
" [[ditto for Oct.]] 16 7 John H. Harvey's provision acct. 7 9.50
7 To postage and tax dollars enclosed
to Spartanburg    7 2.25
" [[ditto for Oct.]] 30 8 To N. Gearly's acct. negro shoes     8 16.87 1/2
8 To postage of letter from Spartanburg     8 .12 1/2
Nov. 3 9 To Robert Dadler acct. negro cloth     9 3.55
Dec. 1 10 To Horo Ashburn & acct. negro bill clothes     10 20.00
11 To Was. Phillips recept. surveying     11 8.00
12To Robt.Aiken acct. weaving     12 6.68 5/7
     To ripping,bagging & hauling 15 bales cotton
" [[ditto for Dec.]] 5 13 To Dr. Duman provision bill acct.     13 20.00
" [[ditto for Dec.]] 7 14 To John Nason's acct.     14 19.85
" [[ditto for Dec.]] 19 14 To 1 1/2 gallons molasses Then Stegros     14 .75
     To cash paid Kajor Elliott Elkins for drawing stock     5.00
     To cash paid James Elliott Clark of Court for certifying     .25
     To bagging,ripping and hauling 5 bales cotton     7.50
" [[ditto for Dec.]] 25 15 To Sarckleys & Dests acct.Binial expenses     15 22.68 3/4
" [[ditto for Dec.]] 26 16 To Dr. Jennings acct.paid     16 19.50
1838.
Jan.10 -17 To Richard Thompson recpt.surveying land in Spartanburg     17 11.14

Transcription Notes:
Note: Adjusted for inflation, some prices are put into context. According to a calculator, the headstone would cost about $1124 today.

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