Simon Fry Inventory

Franklin County
May Term AD 1845
Pages 611-613

1 last spring colt 15.50
pided cow 8.00r
old muley cow 7.00
young muly cow 7.75
old brown cow 8.00r
young brown cow 9.00
brindle steer 8.00
yearlin heifer white back 3.50
brown steer calf 2.00
pided steer calf 1.75
brindle heifer calf 2.00
8 stock hogs 9.00t
2 sows 6.00
22 head of hogs 633.25
17 head of sheep 10.62
1 waggon 29.00t
1 wind mill 10.00
1 2 horse harrow 3.00t
1 cutting box 1.00t
1 maddock, shovel & spade 1.37r
1 half bushel peck .37r
1 pitch fork 0.50r
hay in mow 35.00
wheat in sheaf 9.00r
rye in sheaf 0.25r
oats in sheaf 2.50 f
2 stacks of wheat 11.00
corn in the ear 8.25t
2 sickles 0.50r
1 mowing scythe, 2 scythes & cradle 2.00t
1 shovel plow, 2 clevises & doubletree plow irons 1.25r
1 bushel & 3 pecks wheat 1.05
1 old set gears 1.31
2 odl chairs 0.25
basket 0.25r
1 big wheel & reel 1.37
1 cross cut saw 3.00r
1 mall & wedge .62r
1 broad axe & adze 3.00r
1 frowe & screw wench 0.56r
4 augers 1.50r
4 morticing chisels .87r
1 hand saw, square & drawing knife 1.50r
1 lot of old irons 0.25
1 set of gears 7.00t
1 wheel borrow 4.00r
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3 old barrels .12r
1 big wash tub 0.25r
1 half barrel .12r
1 big brass kettle 2.00r
7 old bags .87r
3 chopping axes 2.00r
8 acres of corn 36.00
11 acres of wheat 22.00
1 mans saddle 6.00r
1 woman's saddle & bridle 8.00r
1 big dutch oven nd
1 small dutch oven nd
1 skillet, stewpot & dinner pot 1.25r
1 copper tea kettle 1.50r
1 lot of tin ware 1.50r
1 lot of queens ware 1.00r
1 lamp & two candlesticks 0.12r
1 lot of knives and forks .62r
1 shovel & tongs 1.00r
1 coffee mill .18 3/4r
1 set of split bottom chairs 1.20r
1 dining table 1.00r
1 corner cupboard 3.00r
1 set of windsor chairs 3.00r
1 breakfast table 2.00
1 large dining table 3.00r
1 stand 1.50r
1 beaurow 6.00
1 case of drawers 4.50r
1 8 day clock 20.00r
1 looking glass .37r
1 lot of queens ware 2.00r
1 lot of pewter ware & glass pitcher 0.75r
1 corn cupboard & double doors 5.00r
2 bedsteads, beds & bedding 27.00r
1 poplar bedstead bedding 9.50
2 plain bedsteads & bedding 11.50
1 old chest 0.50r
1 old chest 0.75r
1 lot of potatoes 1.50r
1 lot of salt 1.00r
1 meat tub .62r
1 shovel & broad hoe .87r
1 pair of steelyards & horn .18 3/4r
1 halter chain 0.50t
  $114.44

Given under our hands this 28th day of November 1843.
Samuel Howell
Eleazer Rose, appraisers
Elizabeth Fry, administratrix

Personally appeared before me, Samuel Elwell, a justice of the Peace for said County, Elizabeth Fry, administratrix of the estate of Simon Fry deceased, and Samuel Howell and Eleazar Rose, appraisers of said estate and being duly affirmed and sworn the said Samuel Howell and Eleazar Rose say that the above inventory and appraisement as assigned by them is a just and true inventory and valuation of the goods, chattels and effects of the said Simon Fry to the best of their judgement and the said Elizabeth Fry say that the above is a true inventory of the personal estate of the said Simon Fry so far as the same has come to the administratrix.

Property taken at the appraisement by widow this 29th of Nov 1843
r= taken by widow in appaisement.



Last Updated on 12/19/99