“An Inventory of the property of Sarah Long Bottoms Deceast taken February the 13th Day 1805 Taken by the Executor William Lindsey, One feather bed and one Spotted Blanket And bolster, one Hunting Saddle, one Bridle, two Chears too, one glafs tarmble, one Tin tumbler, one large Snuff Bottle, one Cloke, one Calico habbit, one home Spun Stript Trabfit, one Checkerd piticoat, one Sriped Rapper, one flax wheel, one fird hat, one flat Iron, Two yards and one quarter of cotton cloth, one tea pot. Longbottoms Invry Augt Court 1805” (Nash Co NC, commas added).
(An inventory of the property of Sarah Long Bottom, deceased, taken February the 13th day, 1805, taken by the executor, William Lindsey: one feather bed, one spotted blanket and bolster, one hunting saddle, one bridle, two chairs two, one glass tumbler, one tin tumbler, one large snuff bottle, one cloak, one calico habit, one homespun striped “trabfit,” one checkered petticoat, one striped wrapper, one flax wheel, one furred hat, one flatiron, two yards and one quarter of cotton cloth, one teapot. Longbottoms inventory, August Court 1805.)
Will of Sarah Long Bottom SARAH LONG BOTTOM 19 Jan 1805 - Feb Ct 1805 “Weake in body” Sister FORTEN WHIDDON - certain clothing. Sister OLIEF (OLIVE) PITMAN - 1 flax wheel, $5. Brother JOHN PITMAN - 1 hat. Remainder of estate to be sold & to be divided between my 2 brothers WILLIAM LINDSEY & JOHN PITMAN. Ex. friend WILLIAM LINDSEY. Wit. JESSE JOINER, LUCY L. BOTTOM (Reported by Harvey Bottoms to be from The Wills of Nash County, North Carolina, Volume I 1777-1848, abstracted by Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr.)