Inventory of John Cupp

Franklin County
April Term A.D. 1855
Page 244

We, Aaron Ailes and Edward Yats affirm that we will honestly appraise the personal estate of John Cupp, deceased, which may be exhibited to us under the pain and penalty of perjury. Aaron Ailes, Edward Yats, appraisers. Subscribed and affirmed to before me the 27th day of August AD 1853, Robert Pugh, Justice of the peace. The following is an inventory and appraisement of the personal estate of John Cupp deceased,

1 18 head of sheep 18.00
2 1 saddle & bridle 7.00
3 3 bench planes 1.50
4 1 rope .25
5 1 hatchet .30
6 1 meat barrel .50
7 1 large meat barrel 1.50
8 300lbs pickled pork 24.00
9 1 tin can 1.50
10 1 yoke of oxen 72.50
11 1 log chain 3.00
12 1 wagon 65.00
13 1 windmill 12.50
14 1 peacock plough 8.00
15 1 shovel plough 4.00
16 1 dirt shovel .75
17 1 scoop shovel .75
18 1 half bushel .20
19 1 wrench 1.00
20 1 lot of wheat supposed 9 bushels 6.30
21 1 hand saw 1.25
22 1 mattock 1.25
23 1 ax .50
24 1 hoe .25
25 1 scythe and sneath .50
26 1 cradle & sythe 1.50
27 1 basket .12
28 1 briar scythe .50
29 1 barrel containing salt 1.50
30 1 lot damaged corn 1.25
31 6 bu corn 2.40
32 330ft plank 2.47
33 6 head of hogs 24.00
34 1 white steer 15.50
35 1 pitchfork .20
36 1 note on David Wisten, payable the 1st day of August 1852 5.00
37 1 note of $23 on Peter P. Case & Robert Pugh payable on the 25th day of December 1853 27.00
38 note on Wm Pruet of $50, payable on the 18th day of June 1853 50.00
39 cash on hand 435.00

Aaron Ailes
Edward Yates appraisers
Philip Cupp, administrator
sworn 1st day of October AD 1853


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