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Inventory - Forrest H. Phillips, MD, son of Ellis Phillips & Eliza Lansdell
Columbia County, Georgia Court of Ordinary Volume "C" page 240: Estate of F. H. Phillips
State of Georgia }
Inventory of all the personal and real property lying and being in said State and County, belonging to the Estate of F. H. Phillips, deceased.
Equity in two acres of land and improvements thereon, known as Red Gin House. - $100.00
Equity in Harlem Gin House, lot of land on which Same is located and machinery thereof. - $100.00
A tract of land in 128 D G. M. Co. Cr. Known as Web Blount tract on which there is no improvements containing 19 acres - $50.00
Equity in F. H. Phillips Gin house, the said (sic) on which same is located and the old machinery thereof in Harlem, Ga. - $50.00
A tract of land in 128 D. G. M. Cv. Cr. Ga. with improvements thereon and Known as Lockett tract containing 7 1/2 acres. - $50.00
Equity in lot and improvements in Harlem Known as office or store lot of F. H. Phillips. - $100.00
Equity in that tract of land in Harlem, Ga. Known as the Pecan Grove containing 15 1/2 acres. - $100.00
Stock of Merchandise located in Store or office of the late F. H. Phillips. Also books of Accounting, etc. - $300.00
One small grist mill located on the Olive Place. - $50.00
One Large meadow grist mill located on the Olive Place. - $100.00
1 = 20 H. P. engine located on Olive Place. - $100.00
1 = 40 H. P. Bailer located on Olive Place. - $100.00
2 = 70 Saw gins with condense feeders, Shafts, Pullies, etc. on Olive Place. - $100.00
400 Bu. ordinary Cotton Seed and 800 Bu. College No. 1. - $900.00
Cash in Citizen & Southern bank. - $375.87
(There were no date nor names listed as appraisers of the property. JNT)
Obtained from microfilmed records at the Georgia State Archives, Morrow, Georgia, and carefully transcribed by Janice Newton Thurmond.