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Franklin County February Term AD 1847
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Judgement against Robert Glidewell rendered on 5th day of May 1845 208.38
1 2 horse wagon 40.00
1 wind mill 9.00
1 dung fork 0.50
1 pair hames 0.50
1 log chain 2.00
11 harrow teeth 1.10
1 cross cut saw 4.00
3 cast kettles 2.37
1 iron pot 0.43
1 dutch oven .37
1 skillet 0.31
1 bake iron .12
1 pair steelyards 1.50
2 iron wedges 0.75
2 trammels .37
1 pair tongs 0.50
1 axe 0.25
1 grub hoe 0.50
1 flax & crop heckle 1.25
1 grind stone .12
2 augers .62
1 dresser 2.00
1 chest 0.50
1 dining table 0.50
1 bureau 0.75
1 sett plates & dish 1.50
1 looking glass 1.00
1 pair wool cards 0.50
3 bed-steads 0.75
6 windsor chairs 2.50
4 split bottom chairs 0.25
1 spinning wheel 0.75
1 big spinning wheel 0.75
1 reel .12
2 washing tubs 0.05
1 brindle steer 9.00
1 small steer 4.00
1 spotted cow & calf 10.00
Due the estate of Christopher Hansel, deceased form the Widow Hansel on settlement $456.53 456.53
Received of the Widow Hansel $100 in Indiana paper rent money for the farm for the year 1844 100.00
Rent for the year 1845, received of David and Frederick Hansel for portion in cash 12.00
Rent fof the place for 1845 as appraised 46 bushels of wheat at 50 pr bushel 23.12
38 doz oats at 15 per doz & 2/3 of the apples in the orchard $2 7.70
Rent corn supposed to be 400 bushels more or less at 18 pr bushel 72.00
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We the under named appraisers of personal property of Christopher Hansel, deceased, do certify that the above appraisement August 9th 1845  
Robert White  
John M. ??