John Allen Jr. Inventory

Franklin County
August Term AD 1845
Pages 39-42

On the 11th day of April in the year of our Lord 1842 the following inventory of appraisement of the personal estate of John Allen, deceased was filed in the office of the clerk of Probate Court aforesaid, to wit: An inventory of the goods, chattels, and effects of John Allen, Junr, late of Franklin Co. and State of Indiana, deceased taken by Frances Allen executrix and Henry Haipham executor of the estate of the said deceased, with the assistance of Henry Parret and David Ginn, appraisers called and duly sworn for that purpose

Salting tub and barrel 0.75
2 tight barrels 1.00
2 vinegar barrels 1.00
1 soap barrel 0.25
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3 half barrel wash tubs 0.50
2 meal tubs 0.75
2 pickle tubs 0.75
2 barrels .12
2 boxes .18 3/4
3 flour bags 0.75
1 box .12
1 side saddle 3.00
1 small wheel 1.25
half bushel measure 0.25
2 brass kettles 3.00
1 lot of pot metal 1.50
1 tea kettle .12
soap can & churn 0.25
reflector and coffee mill 0.50
2 large spinning wheels and reel 1.00
1 loom and quill wheel 2.50
1 sugar kettle and bale 1.75
1 10 gallon kettle and bale 1.25
1 10 gallon kettle and bale 1.25
2 chopping axes 2.00
2 hoes 0.25
1 spade 0.75
1 poast auger 0.50
1 log chain 2.00
1 grind stone 0.50
1 frough .37
1 trammel .37
1 lot of old iron in the shop 0.50
steel yards 0.50
2 sets of horse hames 0.75
1 mattock 0.50
1 broken plough 0.75
1 lot of waggon gears 6.00
1 old saddle & old collar 0.25
1 lot of old waggon irons 1.50
1 plough and swingletree 3.00
1 shovel plough 1.50
1 lot of oak plank 1 inch thick $1/100 ft supposed 700 feet 7.00
1 lot of poplar boards and scantling 12.50
1 dining table and oil cloth 2.50
1 corner cupboard 3.00
1 table 2.50
1 clock 8.00
1 bed, bedding and bedstead 25.00
2 tea boards 2.50
1 lot of glass bottles 0.25
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1 lot of china-ware with one glass plate 1.25
1 lot of queens ware 0.75
6 puter tumblers .37
1 large queens ware dish, with 1 glass tumbler and some oil? 0.21
1 lot of puter ware 2.25
1 lot of tin ware 0.75
1 lot of crocks in the kitchen 0.25
1 flat iron, candlestick, knife box and knifes and forks 0.43
1 lot of puter spoons 0.25
1 lot of kitchen chairs 2.25
2 candle stands 0.50
1 bureau and book-case 6.00
1 broken gun 0.25
2 chests 1.00
1 bed, bedding and bedstead 8.00
3 jugs and keg 0.50
2 saws, 2 augurs and gimlets 1.00
1 saddle 12.00
1 broken table 0.75
1 bureau 4.00
1 white calf 1.00
1 red and white calf 1.50
1 red calf white face 1.25
1 muly calf 1.25
1 lame calf 0.75
1 grey horse 40.00
1 rone horse 12.00
1 bay mare 20.00
1 colt and light mare 30.00
1 sorrel colt 15.00
1 cross-cut saw 1.75
1 short horned cow 9.00
1 pale red cow 7.00
young pale red cow 7.50
1 red heifer 6.00
1 red and white heifer 2.00
1 muley bull 8.00
1 red muly steer 5.00
1 red steer with horns 4.00
1 red ad white steer, 3 years old 7.00
1 red steer with white face, 1 year old 2.50
18 head of sheep @ 75/head 13.50
1 stretcher, swingletree and clevis 1.00
1 sled and neck yoke 1.00
1 2 horse waggon 55.00
1 horse waggon with gears belonging 30.00
potatoes, supposed to be 30 bushels @ 18 3/4 pr bushl 5.62
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1 lot of waggon irons 0.50
1 stack of hay 5.00
1 2 horse plough 5.00
1 mowing sythe 1.25
1 fanning mill 5.00
3 hay forks 0.62
2 grain gums? 0.25
1 lot of clover hay supposed to be 2 tone 6.00
1 stack of oats 5.00
wheat in the sheaf, supposed to be 45 bushel @ 53/bushel 23.75
corn by the bushel supposed to be 420 bushels @ 15/ bushel 63.00
1 high post bedstead 5.00
poultry 2.00
1 steer, 3 years old, pale red, white face 7.50
20 eds of carpeting at 37 per yd 7.50
sheep shears 0.25
1 lot of shaving tools 0.75
23 lbs of wool @ 37 per lb 8.62
1 waggon cover 2.25
1 flax hetchel 0.50
1 iron wedge 0.25
1 book .12
given under our hands this 24 day of January AD 1842 $655.77

Henry Harpman
Frances Allen
David Ginn and Henry Parrott appraisers



Last Updated on 12/19/99