Inventory of William Bake

Franklin County
October Term A.D. 1854
Pages 55-60

Inventory and appraisement of the goods chattels rights credits, monies and effects which were of William Bake late deceased of Franklin County and State of Indiana taken the 27th & 28th days of February A.D. 1852
1 secretary 25.00
1 stand 1.50
1 settee & cushion 4.00
1 bureau 8.00
1 looking glass 2.00
2 pictures .40
1 large rocking chair 2.50
1set common chairs 2.00
1 set cane bottom chairs 3.50
1 set kitchen chairs 1.50
1 set kitchen chairs 1.25
1 rocking chair .25
1 small rocking chair .50
1 bed stead, bed & bedding 12.00
1 bed stead, bed & bedding 14.50
1 stand 1.12
17 bed quilts @ $3 51.00
2 comforts 3.00
1 counter pain 1.50
3 double coverlets 15.00
2 single 3.00
1 white blanket .75
10 cotton sheets 3.30
3 window curtains 1.00
18 yds Turkey carpet @12 2.25
2 stand cloths .10
30 yds Rag carpet @ 25 7.50
2 fancy window curtains 2.00
2 small window curtains .20
1 lot old carpeting 1.25
1 bed stead, bed & bedding 14.00
1 bed stead, bed & bedding 12.00
1 bed stead, bed & bedding 11.00
1 bed stead, bed & bedding 10.00
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1 bed stead, bed & bedding 12.00
1 wash stand 1.00
1 looking glass 1.50
4 band boxes .50
8 pair window blinds 2.00
8 pair window curtains .80
1 fancy bureau 5.00
1 map U.S.A. 2.25
3 bureau cloth .40
12 glass tumblers .60
2 glass tumblers .16
2 set fancy plates 1.00
3 set teas 1.25
2 sugar bowls .50
1 pitcher .40
2 bowls .20
1 cream cup .10
3 preserve dishes .25
1 set sauce dishes 1.00
3 meat dishes 1.00
2 bottles .20
1 set knives & forks 1.00
2 sets silver tea spoons 5.00
2 sets brass candlesticks 1.00
1 pair brass andirons 2.00
1 pair shovel & tongs 1.00
1 dining table 1.50
1 table cloth .50
1 safe 4.00
1 kitchen table .25
1 breakfast table & cloth 2.00
1 lot kitchen cupboard ware 2.50
1 set knives & forks .37
1 tin can .25
3 tin buckets .63
1 lot tin ware .75
1 dinner bell .50
1 large waiter .50
2 bread servers .25
1 cooking stove 20.00
1 stew pot .25
3 crocks .30
1 coffee mill .25
3 volumes Pages Commentaries 1.50
1 volume Balliou Voice to Union .75
1 volume Thayer on Infidelity .75
1 volume Both Sides .50
1 volume Discourse on Lords Prayer .50
1 Life of Pingrew .50
1 vol. Endless Punishment Examined .35
1 vol. Orthodoxy as it Is .30
1 small bed stead 1.50
2 iron pots 1.00
1 wash tub .40
1 churn, bowl & ladle .25
1 big wheel & reel .50
1 white wash brush .10
1 pair steel yards .75
2 peck & half peck .38
1 large copper kettle 4.00
1 iron kettle 1.00
1 small iron kettle .75
2 wash boards .20
1 barrel .37
2 tin cans .60
1 vinegar barrel .50
2 meat tubs .50
4 flour blls .50
10 new bags 3.00
1 hoe .50
200 bus. corn 40.00
1 ton hay 6.50
1 blk mare 75.00
1 large red cow 16.00
1 small red cow 18.00
1 white spotted cow 18.00
2 sucking calves 3.00
1 washing machine 1.00
2 wooden buckets .25
1 wood saw .50
1 old cupboard .37
2 chopping axes 1.00
1 riding bridle .50
1 bll Louisville lime .65
1 shovel .75
1 spade .20
1 2 horse slay 4.00
1 wheel barrow 3.50
1 small brass kettle 1.00
1 set candle molds .25
4 smoothing irons 1.00
1 clothes basket .50
8 shep 18.00
17 acres wheat in the ground @4.12 72.18
6 shares in the Oxford, Brookville & Col. Turnpike 102.00
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money in hand 100.00
801.88
All the foregoing articles are taken by the widow at the appraisement
2 varnish cans .20
2 oil jugs .20
3 barrels .50
1 cross cut saw 1.00
1 foot adz .25
2 old axes .50
1 bench .15
1 bar iron .50
1 lot old irons 1.00
1 hog hook .10
1 sod plow 4.00
1 miller plow 10.00x
1 diamond plow 2.50
1 corn plow 1.50
1 corn plow 1.00
1 breaking plow .50
1 shovel plow .25
1 corn harrow 1.50
1 double & single tree .20
1 pr horse stretchers .10
1 neck yoke .50
1 2 horse harrow 5.00
1 large log chain 2.50
1 small log chain 2.00
1 2 horse wagon, cover & bows 50.00
1 pr breech chains .50
1 side saddle 1.50
1 man's saddle 4.00
1 keg & nails 1.00
1 wooden Sive? .13
1 iron wedge .25
4 old cyckles .40
4 salt blls .40
4 flour blls .32
2 hackles .25
2 half bus. .50
1 scythe & snead .75
1 old cradle 1.50
1 tar bucket & 6 culters .35
2 grindstones .50
1 hay rigging 5.00
1 old log wagon 5.00
1 2 horse wagon 8.00
1 malinda wind mill 4.00x
1 inser wind mill 5.00
1 knot mall .50
1 scoop shovel .37
1 pitch fork .25x
1 tar bucket .25
1 post spade .35
1 shovel .25
2 blind bridles 2.00
2 collars 1.00
1 set yankee breeching 3.50
2 set plow gears 5.00
3 blind bridles 1.00
12 old bags 1.50
1 2 horse carriage 87.50x
set carriage harness 10.00
1 carriage whip .75x
1 8 day clock 8.00
1 set chairs with leather botts 1.50x
1 set windsor chairs 2.00
3 pictures in frames .30
1 stand .50
1 looking glass .50
1 bureau 2.50
1 volume Josephus Works .75
1 Walker's Dictionary .50
1 Dick's Works 1.00
1 Vol. Dr. Gun .75
1 Vol. Whitmoor on Revelations .60
1 vole Review of the Writings of Smith .75
1 Vol. Debate of Pringre & Rice .50
1 Vol. Cobbs Compendium .75
1 Vol. Pages Selections .25
1 Vol. Layman's Legacy .60
1 Vol. Roger des R. & Cov? .20
1 Vol. Universalist Guide .50x
1 Vol. Truth vs Error .30
1 Vol. Literary Sovereign .10x
1 Vol. Fremonts Exploring Expedition .80
1 Vol. Family Receipts .35
1 Vol. History of U.S.A. .25
3 Vols. Scottish Chiefs .50
1 Vol. Pocket Bible .25
9 Vols. Sundry books 1.00
1 silver watch 1.00
1 gold key 3.00
1 pr saddle bags 1.00
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2 skillets .50
1 set skales .25
1 little wheel .10
2 pr upper leather .50
15 lbs sole leather @ 20 3.00
1 sieve .15
1 small iron kettle .75
1 sett bench plains 1.50
1 hand saw 1.00
1 drawing knife & hammer .50
1 mill saw 2.50
1 board line .37
1 mill stone 3.00
4 augers .50
1 pr 2 horse stretchers .75
hip skin 1.50
1 roan mare 65.00
1 bay mare 40.00
1 bay horse 50.00
1 bay filly 55.00
1 bay colt 40.0
1 large steer 35.00
1 small steer 11.00
1 heifer 12.00
1 white cow & calf 17.00
1 white face cow & calf 12.00
1 black muley cow & calf 11.00
1white muley cow & calf 16.00
1 lined backed calf 4.00
1 brindle steer 4.0
1 black calf 2.0
The Right to both Make and Sell Case's Patent Bee hive for the County of Franklin Ind. 17.50
Patent bee hive 2.50
1300 feet wide inch lumbre @1.20 15.60
370 feet wide inch lumbre @1.20 4.44
300 feet 3/4 inch lumbre @1.15 3.45
1 pile rough lumber 1.50
1370 feet weather boarding @ 1.10 15.07
1050 feet inch lumber @ 1.20 12.60
360 feet inch lumber @ 1.00 3.60
3 oak boards @ .25 .75
180 feet stable flooring 2.25
500 feet inch lumber @ .75 3.75
300 feet sycamore fencing @ .85 2.55
360 elam sheeting @.62 2.23
pile of rough lumber 1.25
pile of rough lumber 1.00
pile of rough lumber .75
pile of rough lumber .37
cross cut saw 1.50
2 horse stretchers 1.00
log wagon 32.50
mowing scythe & sned .60
wagon saddle 2.00
leaders gears 3.00
hind gears 5.00
3 collars .56
4 blind bridles & martingales 2.50
1 mill crank .75
1300 bushels corn @ .20 260.00
131 bushels oats @.16 20.96
30 bushels wheat @.55 16.50
3 tons hay @ 2.50 19.50
1 stack hay 11.00
1 pr check lines .75
1 rocking cradle .50x
1 hand saw .25
1 lantern .25
15 share in the Oxford, Brookville & Colerain Turnpike $17.00 255.00
2 share in the ?? & Connersville turnpike 30.00
1 note of hand on William N. Duke dated May 19th 1849 due December 25th 1850 for 200.00. Indorsed December 7th 1850, Rec'd 18.50 200.00
1 note of hand on William N. Duke dated May 19th 1849 due December 25th 1850 for 200.00. 218.00
1 note of hand on William Y. Emmet dated April 30th 1846 due April 30th 1847 for $200.00. Indorsed received the interest for the 1, 2, & 3 years in full and $7.00 on the 4 year January 12th 1852 Received $25.00 190.00
1 note of hand on William Y. Emmet dated April 27th 1846 due April 27th 1847 for $100.00. Indorsed received the interest for the 1, 2, & 3 years in full and $7.00 on the 4 year January 12th 1852 Received $25.00? 141.00
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1 note of hand on William Y. Emmet dated May 24th 1850 due July 14th 1851 for $250.00. Indorsed December 10th 1851. received $10.00 235.00
2 notes of hand on Middleton S. Davis dated March 1st 1851 due March 3rd1851 for $100.0 indorsed February 18th 1852 Received 2.05 92.00
1 note of hand on John Doty dated April 7th 1851 due January 1st 1852 for $63.92 63.00
1 due bill on Francis Finkbine dated Oct 20th 1851, due from date for 10.00 9.50
1 due bill on Whiteford Gray dated Frebruary 7th 1848 due from date for $7.00 Indorsed March 23rd 1848 received .75 5.00
note of hand on Hyram Byrum dated January 1st 1851 due $5.00 yearly for the term of 15 years 10.00x
book account against John Bake dated December 30th 1850 for $612.92 620.00
book account against Obadiah Linkhart dated October 15th 1851 for $2.80 2.50
Book account against Robert Anderson dat July 26th 1851 for $4.95 4.50
book account against Russel Hastings dated June 2nd 1851 $9.15 5.00
book account against Benjamin Mason dated April 1st 1851 for $1.68 1.00
book account against Price Farr dated August 10th 1851 for $33.50 32.00
book account against David Webb dated September the 15th 1851 for $9.05 8.50
book account against William Brady dated February the 20th 1852 for $6.07 5.75
book account against Anna Flint dated February the 25th 1852 for $8.85 8.50
book account against James Acres dated February 20th 1852 for $7.50 7.20
book account against William Miller dated February 16th 1852 for $2.70 2.55
book account against David Finch dated February 7th 1852 for $2.65 2.50
book account against John Cloughf dated September 6th 1851 for $14.50 13.50
book account against Mr. Cash dated February 19th 1852 for $9.57 9.00
book account against John Brannon dated October 3rd 1851 for $1.60 1.50
book account against John Mums dated June 1st 1851 for $1.47 1.37
book account against Peter Bake dated August 15th 1851 for $1.25 1.25
carried forward 4075.52
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book account against Perry H. Bake dated Feb 20th 1852 for $15.00 14.00
money on hand 78.74
of 7 acrs wheat in the ground 14.87
890 feet 1 inch lumber @1.10 9.79
300 feet 2 inch lumber @.65 1.95
425 feet 1 inch lumber @.32 1.28
225 feet 1 inch weather boarding 2.25
2 back bands .25
2 volumes P. O. Reports .50
2 volumes Napieres War 2.00
1 vol. Burks Works .40
supposed due from his fathers estate $175.00 165.00
Turnpike account 15 14.00
Book account against C. Fike $7.90 7.50
Book account against Mr. Garner $4.50 4.00
Book account against J. Montgomery .80 .75
Note against Mrs & A. C. Stamis $4.00 3.75
money on hand 4.47
$4401.02

Peter Bake
John Miller, appraisers.

[Price Farr and Samuel Bake, administrators]


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