Retained court recorded copy of a manuscript inventory made of the goods of the late Daniel Hobart of Hingham by David Hobart and Samuel Hobart, which was presented by Patience Hobart, the widow for probate to the Suffolk Court, Judge Isaac Addington presiding, this copy of the record examined by Benjamin Rolfe and Paul Dudley. Boston.
Retained court recorded copy of a manuscript inventory made of the goods of the late Daniel Hobart of Hingham by David Hobart and Samuel Hobart, which was presented by Patience Hobart, the widow for probate to the Suffolk Court, Judge Isaac Addington presiding, this copy of the record examined by Benjamin Rolfe and Paul Dudley

Early Eighteenth-century Boston Probate

Retained court recorded copy of a manuscript inventory made of the goods of the late Daniel Hobart of Hingham by David Hobart and Samuel Hobart, which was presented by Patience Hobart, the widow for probate to the Suffolk Court, Judge Isaac Addington presiding, this copy of the record examined by Benjamin Rolfe and Paul Dudley.

Boston: 19 March 1708.

1 vols. Folio. Early Eighteenth-century Boston Probate. Folded, some tears and repairs in margins and along folds some staining with smearing of ink but generally legible. Item #17903

An interesting record showing the probate methods of early eighteenth century Boston, from the listing of the goods, including some “homespun stuff made by ye widow for her own ware,” bedding and “wearing apparel,” to the confirmation by the widow of the contents and presenting the listing for probate, where the whole was copied, the copies examined for accuracy and witnessed.

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