Inventory of Allen Coleman

Franklin County
September Term A.D. 1850
Pages 397-402   1 dirt shovel .25 1 manure fork .50 1 hay fork .10 1 cutting box 2.50 7 old barrels and grass seed in granary .25 7 old barrels in Barn .75 4 old boxes .25 1 sack and rags 1.75 6 meal bags and sacks 1.25 1 double tree and single tree .25 1 neck yoke .37 1 old saddle and bridle 1.50 2 old water buckets .12x 1 log chain 2.00 2 raw hides 2.00 1 old basket .05x 1 pair of cart shafts .12 1 tar can .12 1 sett of waggon bows .25 200 feet of inch lumber 2.00x 100 feet of inch lumber .65x 1 lot of different kinds of lumber 24.00x 1 scythe & snead .25 1 jockey stick .31 1 chopping axe .50x 1 stand 1.50x 1 bureau and oil cloth 8.00x 1 vest pattern and trimming blue cloth 1.25 1 mantle clock 2.75x 1 looking glass 1.25x [page] 2   1 bed, bedstead and 3 blankets, 1 sheet, 1 single coverlet, bolster, 2 pillows & under curtains No. 1 14.00 1 bed, bedstead and 3 blankets, 1 quilt, 2 pillows 1 bolster No. 2 11.56x 1 bed, bedstead and 4 blankets, coverlet quilt, bolster and pillow being No. 3 5.00x 6 windsor chairs 3.00x 3 old chairs .25x Page 397   1 chest No. 1 1.50x 1 chest No. 2 1.00x 1 cane bottomed windsor chair .37x 1 little spinning wheel 1.50x 2 stone jugs .20 1 meal barrell .10 1 book "Spirit of Despotism" .06 1 book "Rise and Progress of Religion in South .10 1 book "Studys of the Scripture and Doctrinal Reading .06 1 book "Horse Farrier" by John Hind .25 1 book "Teachers assistant .25 1 hymn book No. 1 .25 1 hymn book No. 2 .12 1 cherry table & cloth 1.50x 1 sett of white plates .25x 1 sett of blue edged plates .20x 5 cups, 6 saucers and cream cup .20x glassware, 2 bottles, 5 tumblers & tea plates 1.00x [page] 3   Tin ware, 2 buckets, dough pan, sugar bowl, tea cannisters and lantern .50x 1 pitcher & bowl .20x 5 knives and 5 forks .25x 1 cupboard 1.00x 1 cooking stove & apparatus 16.00x 1 coarse sieve .20 1 old reflector .10x 1 old brass kettle .20x 1 old sugar kettle with iron band .37 1 coffee mill .31x 7 old milk pans .06x 1 big spinning wheel 1.25x 1 check reel .37x 1 large meat cask 1.00x 1 large wash tub .75x 1 small wash tub .37 1 small meat tub, 1 salt & barrel and 1 half barrell in smoke house .18 3/4 1 griddle .12 1 tea kettle .12 Page 398   1 large oven and lid .50 1 small oven, lid and hooks .37 1 stew pot .50 1 small pot .25 1 small wash kettle .75x 1 lot of old iron 1.00 1 rocking cradle .50x 1 pocket book .20 the undivided half of 1 wheat fan 7.00 1 grind stone and iron crank 1.00 1 crane for chimney .87 2 old waggon tires .87 1 set of andirons .75 1 fire shovel .15x 1 pair of Steel yards 1.00 1 pair of tongs .18 3/4 [page] 4   1 waggon No. 1 and tow linen cover 80.00 1 waggon No. 2 and cotton cover 70.00 1 old waggon 35.00 3 curry combs and brush .25 1 set of harness No. 1 16.00 1 set of harness No. 2 15.00 1 set of harness No. 3 10.00 1 set of flie nets 1.00 2 waggon whips .62 1 dapple gray horse 100.00 1 black horse 55.00 1 brown bay horse 70.00 1 bright bay horse 75.00 1 dark chesnut sorrell horse 55.00 1 light chesnut sorrell horse 50.00 1 pale red cow and calf 9.00 1 black dark red cow and calf 8.00x 1 one horned cow 7.00 1 black and white heifer 7.00x 1 red heifer with a white face 3.50 1 red heifer with a white back 3.50 6 shoats 4.50x 8 head of sheep 8.00x Page 399   1 carriage whip 1.75 1 trundle bed stead, straw tick, 2 coverlets, 1 blanket 5.00x 1 sett of plates & 3 glass tumblers .62x 1 hand saw .50x 1 mattock 1.00 1 churn .50x 4 small measures .40 1 large iron wedge .37 1 small iron wedge .40 1 large pewter disk .37x 2 brass candle sticks .50x 1 milk strainer .12x [page] 4   1 note on Jesse Cloud assigned by M. W. Sr. one day after date given april the 10th 1846 amounting to the sum of (good) 10.02 Interest .72 1 note on William Nelson due six month after date, bearing date June 8th 1846 calling for the sum of (probably good) 70.00 credit January 4th 1847 of 50.00 balance 20.00 Interest .20 1 note on Isaac Faurot bearing date November 16th 1839 calling for the sum of at 10% interest (doubtful) 22.00 Interest 23.21 1 due bill on Jefferson Arnold bearing date of Feb. 15th 1847 calling for sum of (probably good) 37.25 Interest .14 1 due bill on John L. Riley bearing date March the 8th 1847 calling for the sum of (good) 4.00 an account on A. S. Lukin up to F. 16th 1847 the sum of (probably good) 2.46 1 due bill on Robert Arnold date Feb'y 15th 1847 calling for the sum of (probably good) 10.00 An account on Levi Hill up to Feb'y 15th 1847 the sum of (probably good) 27.44 Page 400   An account on C. B. Clements up to Feb'y 17th 1847 the sum of 5.52 An account on Jonathan Smith dated Oct 12th 1846 for the sum of 25.00 one due bill on Jonathan Spencer dated March 16th 1847 for the sum of 44.48 1 due bill on James Jones dated March 16th 1847 calling for the sum of 2.55 specie .70x Bank bills 4.00x 1 waful iron .37 1 weeding hoe .25x 2 smoothing irons .62x 1 meal sieve .20x 1 old lantern .15 1 old lamp and callender .18 3/4 1 large butcher's knife .30x 1 small butcher's knife .18 3/4 2 razors .50 1 small pitcher .12x 1 set of horse hames .62 1 old hatchet .25 3 old jugs .25 1 sugar bowl .15x 1 old coffee pot .15x 2 pair of pot hooks .37 2 meal bags .75 2 old tin pans .08x

Joseph Price
William Linn, appraisers

Received of Martin Williams, administrator of the Estate of Allen Coleman, deceased, late of the County of Franklin, Ind., property to the amount of $150 at its appraisement. This March 17th 1847. Matilda Coleman.

Be it remembered that on the 19th day of March A.D. 1847, personally appeared before me, John M. Johnston, clerk of the Court [page 401] Probate Court in and for the County of Franklin aforesaid, Martin Williams, administrator of the Estate of Allen Coleman, late of said County, deceased, who being duly sworn, disposed and says that the foregoing inventory is in all respects just and true and contains a full statement of all the property, notes, other securities, debts and accounts in favor of the estate of said deceased with the exception of some small accounts which are probably paid and a certain clamin he is doubtful whether or not it belongs to said Estate, which have come to his knowledge and of all the money, bank bills, which have come into his hands belonging to the estate of the said deceased. Martin Williams
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 19th day of March AD 1847. J. M. Johnston Clk

amount on page 1 56.85
page 2 43.90 3/4
page 3 40.24 3/4
page 4 694.92
page 5 10.43
total $846.20

x = widow's selection