Inventory of James Harrison

Franklin County
April Term AD 1859
Pages 246-248
An inventory of the personal estate of James Harrison deceased taken by William B. Adams, administrator and appraised by Squire Black and Sion Fortner

Description of the Property Value
1 wagon 75.00
1 pr breast chains 1.00x
40 bushels corn @ 40 16.00x
1 sorrel mare 100.00
1 gray horse 85.00
2 halters 1.25x
2 tuns hay 17.50x
15 doz oats @15 2.25x
1 big plow 7.00x
1 plow & fixings 1.50x
2 plows 1.50
single & double trees 1.50x
saddle & bridle 12.00x
drawing knife & augers .75x
cradle & mowing sithe 2.50x
1 square, 1 auger .50
2 blind bridles 2.00
1 set harnefs 5.00x
1 set harnefs 3.00x
1 set lines 1.50x
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wind mill 15.00
bushel & spinning wheel .50x
67 bushels wheat @85 (widow takes 42) 56.95x
6 meal sacks 1.80x
set wagon bows & tar bucket .75x
1 milk cow 18.00x
2 calfs 7.00
14 head sheep @ 1.25 17.50
1 heifer 8.00x
11 head pigs 11.00x
1 cow 20.00
1 heifer 12.00
6 hogs @ 2.50 (widow takes 1 sow) 15.00x
82 shocks Corn @20 16.40x
9 acres wheat in ground 18.00x
1 steal how .25x
30 bushels corn 12.00x
9 ducks .90x
3 iron kettles 3.00x
2 axes, 1 wedge 1.00x
1 Note of hand on Jimmy Winchel date Oct 23, 1855 with interest date. Due Dec 25th 1855 30.00
1 Note on C. B. Clements date December 19, 1855 due from date 24.75
Marshal Deannon 29.74
Clement Bert 9.00
Cash on hand 20.00
1 stove & fixens 1.00x
Coubard ware 3.00x
1 looking glafs .50x
1 gun 4.00x
1 table 2.00x
1 stand 1.00x
2 beds & beding 33.00x
bed clothes 15.00x
5 dozen chickens 5.00x
1 crofs cut saw 1.50
[total] $729.79
[widow selection] $264.55

January 7th 1857.
The above is correct as appraised by us, Squire Black, Sion Fortner.

x = widow's selection

Received of William B. Adams, Adminstrator of the estate of my late husband James Harrison deceased the articles charged to me in the within inventory, amounting to two hundred and sixty four dollars & fifty five cents. March 9, 1859.
Mary Harrison


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