The inventory of the estate of William Gibburd of York County contained an inventory perculiar to his class and circumstances. It consisted of two rugs, two beds and bolsters, blankets, pillows, a hammock, an iron pestle, a saddle and bridle, an iron pot and pothooks, skillet, six pewter dishes, six glass bottles, two runlets, four cases, one trunk, one church, etc.
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