Apparently there were a few items that the widow ended up not needing or wanting. It's also possible that those items were not allowable to her by state statute, had exceeded the value of items she could be allowed, or that she was concerned that the money from those items would be needed to cover the debts of the estate. There is no notation as to why six of the items were on the list only to be later relinquished. In some cases state statute was fairly specific as to what property could be set off from the estate as the widow's award.
The widow, Elizabeth Kile, is named only once in the entire set of estate documents for her husband. She is mentioned several others times simply as the widow.