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Inventory of the Estate of Jan Cock

Inventory of the estate left by Jan Cock, a young man, who by the bursting of a cannon in their majesties' fort at Albany was killed on he 9th of February 1689/90, when the French destroyed Schenectady, made by Albert Ryckman and Jan Lansing, aldermen of the city of Albany.

1 hammock
4 shirts
1 linen breeches
1 plush breeches
1 broadcloth breeches
1 coat of cloth with handsome buttons
1 old cloth coat
1 old broadcloth coat (both coats were sold by Katelyntie for 13 skipples of wheat)
1 bombazine waistcoat
1 cloth waistcoat without sleeves
6 pairs of white thread stockings
3 pairs of silk stockings, 1 white and 2 colored
1 pair of sayette stockings
1 pair of sleeves without lace
2 pairs ditto with lace
4 cravats with lace
6 ditto without lace
1 silver spoon
1 hat, sold by Katelyntie for 2 pieces of eight
2 transverse flutes
1 razor
1 barrel and 1 lock for a gun
1 iron-bound chest
1 small trunk
3 pairs of gold buttons for shirts
1 small compass
5 dozens and 10 silver buttons for a waistcoat
1 gold ring 2 silver scruffies (small screws ?)
30 pieces of eight and 6 quarter-guilders
8 pieces of eight that are due from Harpt. Jacobse
1 old Oeffeninge der Godtsaligheyt (Exercise of Godliness)
1 horse pasturing in the woods
The half of a yacht appraised by Jacob Lokermans and Hendrick Martense at thirteen hundred and twenty guilders seawan
By cash received for him by Catelyntie Jacobse, 131 gl. seawan
6 loot (4 ounces) baroque pearls
By case due to him by Samson Bensing, 228 gl. seawan
By 30 gl. due to him from Killiaen van Renselaer.

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