The Transcribed Inventory of the Moveable Estate of Leflure is given in its entirety:
                               (Unrecorded Wills, Vol. 10, page 229)

A true and Perfect Inventory of all the Moveable Estate of Leflure Deceased late of the town of Piscataway in the province
of New Jersey as falows Vizt:

Imps To his pursl Apparill and Armer                    18-13-06
     To 4 Axes  4 hows  Carpenters tools                01-10-03
     To plow Irons Chains Cart and Yoak                 02-10-00
     To 4 hoops  4 Iron Potts  1 Skillett               02-00-00
     To Pewter  4 old chests  1 Trunck                  01-15-00
     To  1 Smoothing Iron frying pan churn & pails      00-12-00
     To bedding  1 sadle bridle  3 chears  1 Table      02-05-03
     To 1 Indian Man  1 Woman  1 Negro  2 Children      70-00-00
     To  15 Cattle and Two horses  5 Swine              46-05-00
     To Wheat and Indian Corn                           10-00-00
     To 2 ?.....nell?                                   00-10-00

Appraised before me whose names are under written the 18th day of Octobr 1705, /s/Thomas Grub
Perth Amboy the 19th 8br - 1705

Personally Appeared before me Edward Viscount Cornbury Capt. Generall and Governor in Chief in and Over the province
of New Jersey & etc, Elizabeth Peat and Made Oath that the Above Written is a true Innventory of the Estate of her
Deceased Husband Reynier Peatt Als Le Fluere. Jurat Coran me Cornbury

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