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Inventory of the Estate of James CARRICOE,
Charles County, Maryland, 1803
Source:  I picked this inventory up in a secondary source.  It appears to be an abstract or summary, not a verbatim reading of the inventory.  The citation given was:  Inventories and Accounts Charles County, Maryland, 1802-3. Hall of Records, Annapolis, MD, pp. 236-7.
SUMMARY (by DGM):

Decedant:  James CARRICO, s/o Peter, of Charles Co., MD
Widow and Executrix:  Mary Anna (CARRICO) CARRICO MONTGOMERY, wife of Henry MONTGOMERY
Sons:  Alexander, Dennis, James, John Martin, Vincent, Walter
Daughters:  Deborah, Margaret, Pricy [Priscilla], Tabitha, Tracy [Theresa]
Sureties:  John C. WATERS, Joseph MORTON
Filed:  18 Jun 1803, Charles Co., MD

After the death of James CARRICO's first wife, Elizabeth CLEMENT, he married his cousin, Mary Anna CARRICO (below mistakenly "Amnia").  After the death of James CARRICO in 1799, Mary Anna (CARRICO) CARRICO married Henry MONTGOMERY.  The settling of James's estate is taking place four years later, in 1803.

Final acct of James Carrico of Peter late of Charles County, Maryland, executrix Mary Amnia, wife of Henry Montgomery.  Filed 18 Jun 1803, total $1379,9112/100 or 517.9.4.  Representatives widow & 11 children: viz. Vincent Carricoe, Tabitha Carricoe, Deborah Carricoe, Tracy Carricoe, Walter Carricoe, Dennis Carricoe.  Vincent Carricoe & Tabitha Carricoe received their portions of the deceased estate in his lifetime. 

Dist. to Henry Montgomery for wife Mary Amina 1/3; nine children, Deborah, Tracy, Walter, Dennis, Margaret, Pricy, James, John Martin, & Alexander, the residue; Vincent & Tobitha having received advancements of their portions in deceased lifetime.

With notes of interest from 
James Boarman 7.11.7, 
Elijah Moore 2.5 1/2, 
W. Jones 2.5. 

Tobacco received from 
Thomas B. Smoot 1046 a 3/2 dollars 14.0.5, 
and money received from 
Wm. Farrand note & interest 7.9.9, also 
Stephen Keech 0.3.9, 
Nalley & Dixon 18.1.2, & 
Peter Little 5.12.0. 
Rent shds 1800 39.15.7, 
rent shds. 1801 47.9.0, 
300 lbs second tobacco sold 4.14.6.
Rent Henry Carrico 4.10.0, 
negro Len hired out for 7 months 11.5.0 & difference in his appraisel & sale 0.19.11, difference of appraisal & sale of sundry negros 115.10.0, 
2 shad. tobacco sold to Charles Edwards 41.15.,
& money received for second tobacco 1.13.9 & etc. 

Payments made 
funeral charges in part paid 
Resin Smoot 0.13.9, 

money due 
John Forbs, 
Basil O'Brian, 

money paid 
Josias Mills for building a house 1.2.6, 
judgement to Catherine Thomas 3.3.6, 
Charles S. Smoot, 
Direct Tax 1.13.5 1/2, 
Zephaniah Waters, 
Catherine Simpson, 
Jesse Jameston, 
George Morton, 
George P. Greenfield, 
Thomas Billings, 
Joseph Morton, 
county levy year 1802 2.2.6, 
Vincent Carrico, 
& others. 

John C. Waters & Joseph Morton Sureties. Representatives being the widow and 11 children, viz. Vincent Carricoe, Tobitha Carricoe, Deborah Carricoe, Tracy Carricoe, Walter Carricoe, Dennis Carricoe.  Vincent Carricoe & Tobitha Carricoe received their porprotions of the deceased estate in his life time. Balance 847.10.7/2. 

Filed June 1803, Charles Co., Maryland, was an account of the deceased James Carrico.  Distribution to Henry Montgomery in right of his wife Mary Amnia 1/3 of balance 187.15.7 [her dower right]; to nine children of deceased, they being Deborah, Trecy, Walter, Dennis, Margaret, Pricy, James, John Martin, & Alexander, the residue; Vincent & Tobitha having received advancements of their portions in deceased lifetime, 375.11.2 (each 41.14.6. 8/9). 

On 8 October 1803, James Carricoe distributions of estate.  Representative portions of stock and household furniture agreeable to a division before made. 
John Martin Carrico, bed and furniture, 6 cattle (46.0) & 
Alexander Carrico, 2 cattle, 1 horse, 1 bed, 1 loom, 1 slay (50.0).

Family Group Sheet of James CARRICOE

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