William Concilor
See Family History
Reg. of Wills, Book L, Vol. 1, pg. 216
1 May, 1780

Be it remembered that Letters of Administration on the estate of William Conceilo, deceased, were granted to John Durram. That an inventory thereof is to be exhibited into the Registers Office at Dover on or before the first Day of November next, and a Just and True Account of his administration on or before the first day of May Anno Dom. Seventeen Hundred and Eighty One. Given under the Registers hand and Seal of Office the first day of May Anno Domini Seventeen Hundred and eighty.

John {his mark} Durram
William {his mark} Durram


Bond Adm. - William Concielo - 1780
Jacob Stout and James Starling - appr.
Goods to be appraised at their value in Spanish Milled Dollars
Ent. in Book L , folio 216

An Inventory of the Goods and Chattels of William Conselor Junr (?) late of Little Creek Hundred in the County of Kent in the Delaware State dec'd taken & appraised by us the Subscribers in specie this third Day of May Anno Domini 1780.

To wearing Apparel 7/6; To Bed and Furniture 150/....7...17...6
To 1 old Saddle 20/ To 1 Chest 15/...................1...15...0
To small quantity of Yarn, Flax & Tow Thread 15/.....0...15...0
To 3 old chairs 10/ To a parcel of wooden-ware 12/...1....2...0
To 6 Tea-cups and saucers 3/ To Iron-pot & hooks 7/..0...10...0
To 1/2 gallon of Salt 1/ To 1 bay mare 300/..........15...1...0
To 1 Gray horse 200/ To 2 sows & 8 shoats 100/.......15...0...0
To 2 Cows & Calves 240/ To washing tub 2/6...........??...2...6
To 1 Ax 7/6 To 1 hoe 1/ To Basket 2/6................0...10...0
To 1 little wheel 7/6 To 2 knives & forks 3/1........0...10...6
To 10 pewter spoons (??) 1 Drawing Knife 2/..........0...3...0
To 5 Bushels of Oats @ (??) To Flax Seed 15/.........1...10...0
To 1 sickle 2/6 To 1 plow-coulter (??) To notch (??).0...14...0
To 2 pairs of gears & hooks 7/6 To old Trunk /6......0...8...0
To 1 sled 5/ To 2 Ewes & Lambs 40/...................2...5..0
To small quantity of Wheat & Rye in Ground 100/......5...0...0
(TOTAL)..............................................65...4...0

(signed) Jacob Stout & James Starling


An Account - Wm. Concelo - Nov. 26th 1782

To the Honorable the Judges of the Orphans Court for Kent County in the Delaware State sitting at Dover the humble Petition of John Durham Senr. Administrator of all and singular, the Goods and Chattels, rights and Credits of William Conselor Junr. late of Little Creek Hundred in the said County dec'd with great submission begs leave to render an Account of the Administration of the afrd. Testators Estate this (blank) daye of (blank) Anno Domini 1783

And your Petitioner charges himself with Debts &
Effects received as followeth Viz: -------
To the Amount of the Inventory.......................64...4...0
To 70 Bushels of Corn Rec'd from William Handsor......7...0...0
(TOTAL)..............................................71...4...0

And prays an Allowance for the following disbursements made in favour of the afs. Testators Estate
No.1. By 21 Bushels of Corn and 10 Bushels of Wheat
paid John Ham as per Probt. & receipt.................4...12..0

No. 2 By 15 Bushels of Wheat paid do. as per do...2...10...0

No. 3 By 9 Bushels of Corn paid do. as per do.....0...18...0

No. 4 By 70 Bushels of Corn paid James McMullan do....7...0..0

No. 5 By cash paid John Gordon Esq. for the use of
Joshua Baker as per do.................................3...8..10

No. 6 By cash paid Aaron Hart 25 Continental
Dollars (?) by the scale to (blank) as pr. do..........0...4..4

No. 7 By Cash paid Oliver Black as per do..............1...0...4

No. 8 By Cash paid Nehemiah Handsor...................0...4...6

By Funeral Expences.................................2...0...0
By Letters of Administration........................0...17..3
By Appraisers Fee...................................0...17..3
By Commissions......................................4...0...0
By Fees for passing this Account....................0...14..0

(TOTAL)..............................................28...7..3

(crossed out)
By cloathing and supporting Whittenton Conselor 2 1/2 years at
By do. William Conselor from his Birth 2 1/2 years at

Ball. in the Hands of this account ...................42..16...9

(TOTAL)................................................71...4..0