Inventory of Charles Hall

Franklin County
July Term AD 1861
Pages 475-477

Inventory of the personal goods and chattles rights credits monies and effects of Charles Hall late of the County of Franklin and State of Indiana deceased appraised by Hezekiah Ogden and William Moore appraisers appointed by Redin Osborn administrator of Charles Hall deceased on this first day of February A.D. 1850 after being duly sworn proceeded to appraise the following to wit:

Description of Property Valuation
1 cooking stove & utensils 15.00x
cupbord ware 1.00x
1 kitchen table 1.00x
1 dining table & cover 6.00x
1 stand .75x
1 bureau 1.00
1 clock 10.00x
1 large looking glass 1.50x
10 windsor chairs 40 each 4.00x
1 large rocking chair 1.00x
8 common chairs .50x
1 fancy bedstead & beding (in room) 20.00x
1 bedstead & beding (in kitchen) 12.00x
1 bedstead & beding (upstairs) 2.00x
1 stand .25
1 red chest .25x
1 blue chest 1.00x
1 saddle, bridle & martingals 3.00
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1 lot boxes and tea canister .50x
1 watering pot and jub .12x
2 flat irons .25x
2 brass candlesticks .25x
amount brought over $93.37
1 high writing desk .25
1 sink .25x
1 lantern .12x
1 cow 10.00x
6 shoats @ $2. each 12.00x
2 sletts? .12x
1 wood saw .25x
1 ax .20x
4 hoes .50x
3 wash tubs 1.00x
1 large iron kettle 1.75x
1 copper kettle 1.50x
1 spade .50x
1 half bushel measure .25x
1 small brass kettle .12x
1 stone churn .50x
shovel & tongs .50x
1 bake oven .25
4 baskets .40x
1 drawing knife .16
1 pitch fork .12
1 grain chest 1.00x
50 bushels of corn (in the ear) 10.00x
1 small ladder .25x
1 ton of hay (at Younts) 8.00
1 bugie & harness 50.00
1 stove & pipe 5.00
1 walter table .50
1 show case .75
1 blue meal chest .50
1 nail box .25
1 pair of balances & 2 Peas 1.00
3 pair small scales .37
amount brought over $200.65
1 coffee pot, 1 pint cup, & lot of earthen ware .25
1 lot of barrels, Water bot, 2 kegs .31
rope and hooks .25
3 cider barrels & cider or vinegar $1 each 3.00x
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1 lot tea pots, 2 pitchers, lot of jugs & 3 sugar boles & contents & 2 bottles .25
2 reflector lamps .25
1 awning & posts 2.00
1 shovel & ax .25x
1 pair pattent scales & weights 2.00x
2 shares stock in hay scales 20.00
1 wood bed 3.00
1 lot of boxes & keggs of various kinds & sizes 3.00
1 reflecter .25
[total] $240.53

The aforesaid articles marked thus (x) were selected by the widow of the aforesaid deceased as a part & on account of the $150.00 allowed her by law.

The following is a statement of cash on hand with a particular description of notes on hand principle & interest to wit:

Cash on hand in specie .92
in bank notes 3.00
Total amount cash on hand 3.92
due bill on Geo M. Miller, Albert Miller & Reuben Pearson dated March 8 1849 to be paid in specie with interest from date calling for (good) 475.00
Interest 26.06
1 note on George Miller dated 30 April 1849 due 1st January 1850 for (good) 92.42
Assigned by R. German to Charles Hall Interest 4.62x
Due bill on Geo. M. Miller dated March 8th 1849 with interest from date for (good) 79.00x
Interest 1.04
Due bill on Rueben German dated March 8th 1849 with interest from date for (good) 81.48
Interest 4.71
Note on David D. Dubois dated March 4th 1848 due one year after date with 6 percent interest per anum untill paid to be paid in specie said note calling for (good) $100.00
Interest 11.50
Note on Ezekiel Rose dated 2d day of January 1849 payable on or before the 2d day of January 1850 to be paid in specie said note calling for (good) 150.00
said note endorsed -- received December 25 1849 $9 on the writtten note interest, signed Mary Hall
[total notes] 970.83


Last modified 25 May 2005