Garrett U. S. Bastion Inventory

Franklin County November Term AD 1840
Pages 402-403  
Posey Township  
On the 19th day of October 1836 the said administrator and administratrix filed in the Clerks office of the court aforesaid the following appraisement bill & sale of the personal property of said deceased. To wit:  
1 waggon and harness 110.00
1 grey mare 70.00
2 cows & calves $21.25 each 42.50
2 shoats 6.00
1 table 4.50
1 oil cloth 0.75
1 cloth press 4.00
1 lot of bed quilts 15.00
1 lot of coverlitts 11.00
1 lot of bed clothes 15.25
1 bed stead 1.12
1 bed and bedding 16.00
1 bed and bedding 11.50
1 lot bed quilts 2.00
1 settlers spinning wheel 1.50
1 bed spinning wheel 1.75
1 reel 1.00
9 chairs 5.00
9 linnen 11.75
1 brass kettle 0.75
kitchen ware 3.50
1 churn 0.50
1 kettle 2.00
1 weeding hoe .18 3/4
1 fire shovel .62
1 chain 1.25
2 barrels .62
1 half bucket .37
1 axe 1.50
1 sieve .62
2 planes 1.50
1 well bucket 0.50
1 gig .37
1 scoop shovel 0.25
  $342.15 3/4
kitchen furniture 1.12
2 tubs 0.50
John Wilson  
Arnold Murry, appraisers  
[page 403]  
Personally appeared before me, James Simmonds, a Justice of the Peace in and for said County, John Wilson and Arnold Murry, appraisers of the estate of Garret T. S. Bastion, deceased and being duly sworn the said, John Wilson and Arnold Murry say the within inventory and appraisement assigned by them is a just and true inventory and valuation of the goods and chattles and effects of the said Garret T. S. Bastion, deceased to the best of their judgement. This 10th day of October AD 1836. James Simmonds, Justice of the Peace. [sale lists Bastion as resident of Posey Township]  


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