Inventory of Jonas Hoagland

Franklin County
July Term A.D. 1855
Pages 291-293

The following is an inventory and appraisement of the estate, goods, chatel, rights, credits, moneys and effects of Jonas Hoagland, deceased, which have come to the knowledge and possession of the executor and appraised by John Pelsor and Lewis Riggs, two reputable freeholders of the neighborhood, to wit:

1 bedstead and cord 2.00
1 high post bedstead and cord 4.00
1 stand and cover .50
a small looking glass .12
3 windsor chairs best quality 1.12
1 rocking chair .37
1 bureau 8.00
1 large looking glass 1.50
1 feather bed 2.00
3 pillows, 2 slips, 1 bolster & plaid blanket 1.00
1 feather bed and quilt 5.00
1 broom .05
1 buford fly brush .12
4 pocket maps .25
1 watch chain & saddle bag lock .25
1 sett tea spoons & 2 salt spoons & 1 pr sugar tongs 3.00
1 set German silver table spoons 2.00
2 razors & strop .50
1 clothes brush .12
1 book, a narration & writing paper .12
2 pillow slips and 1 bolster slip cotton .30
3 linnen pillow slips .25
1 linnen sheet 1.00
1 linnen diaper table cloth .50
2 diaper towels .12
1 calico bed valance (for below) .12
2 window curtains .10
1 saddle blanket .12
1 tin bucket .12
1 tin pan .18 3/4
1 tin dipper .06
1 portmanteau .50
1 side saddle 10.00
3 linnen sheets 3.00
8 cotton sheets @ .37 3.00
1 cotton quilt lining .37
1 new calico quilt not done & pillow slip 1.25
1 white quilt 1.50
1 calico quilt 1.50
1 sett new bed curtains for top 1.00
1 rope, old bag & box .10
1 pine box .10
1 pr snuffers, book & razor .10
1 lot knives, forks & spoons in basket .25
1 small hair trunk .12
1 lot dishes, jars, tea pot, pitcher, bottle & in pine box .75
2 table oil cloth covers @ .50 1.00
2 calico quilt covers @2.00 4.00
1 calico quilt cover 1.50
1 calico quilt cover unfinished 3.00
1 lot bed curtains about 45 yds calico 4.50
1 large trunk .25
1 sett knives and forks 1.00
15 plates .50
7 saucers & cups .25
4 bowls .25
1 sugar bowl & cream cup .25
2 dishes .15
1 sett glass tea plates & preserve dish .12
3 glass tumblers .15
1 glass dish .10
1 pepper box & small mug .05
1 small pine box .10
1 old bridle .18
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1 pair shovel and tongs .25
3 odd chairs .50
3 sad irons .50
1 table .75
1 clock 4.00
1 trunkle bedstead .10
1 stew kettle and lid .25
1 barrel with lot of old iron .25
4 old barrels and contents .50
1 carpet 5.70
1 carriage 65.00
2 wash tubs .75
1 cooking stove 37.00
1 hair trunk .50
1 book on chemistry .25
1 ax .50
176 boxes of moffats pills @ 25 44,00
804 boxes of Moffats pills @12 100.50
58 bottles Phonea bitters @50 29.00
55 bottles vital balsam @ 12 6.87
155 bottles Arabian balsam @ 18 3/4 29.00
36 bottles of opodelock @ 5 1.60
30 bottles of ink @ 3 .60
59 boxes of blacking @ 2 1.47
cash on hand at time of death 18.00
1 share of stock in the White Water Valley Canal Company 25.00
1 note on Reed & Kelly for $1025. Datd Oct 1, 1839 due then with ten per cent int. and with a credit endorsed of $800 paid Apr 6, 1846. Bal. Now due & which is supposed to be collectable 939.81
1 note on Sam White for $11.88 dated August 9, 1841 not supposed to be good n.v.
1 due bill on Long & Brown for $103.50 dated May 27, 1842 not good n.v.
1 due bill on B. M. Remy for $12.75 dated May 27, 1842 not good n.v.
1 note on A. B. Durett for $150 dated Oct 20, 1840 due ten days after date, not supposed good n.v.
1 note on Martin Clark for $9.00 dated June 5, 1844 & then due 10.20
1 note on Doherty & Massy for $40 dated March 24, 1844 due one day after date with a credit of $16. Pd Aug 24, 1846, good for bal. 30.10
1 due bill on Jos. F. Biglow for $3 dated Oct 10, 1843 and a credit of $1 paid on same day, good for balance 2.12
1 due bill on Jno. A. Carmichael for 79 cents dated Augt 26, 1845 not good n.v.
1 due bill on John Lemmon for $7.87 dated Jan 15, 1846 good 8.95
1 due bill on Wm. H. Risk for $5.50 dated June 7, 1845 payable to ben Rockwell with a credit endorsed of $3 March 1846 good for bal. 2.50
1 due bill on Benj. B. Davis for $50. Dated 19th of 5th month 1845 good 56.25
1 note on Jo. A. Miller for $30 dated June 12, 1846, payable 1 Jan 1847 with interest. Doubtful n.v.
1 note on same $25 bearing same date due 1 apl 1847 with interest doubtful n.v.
1 note on John A. Johnston for $90 dated Sept 7, 1846. Doubtful n.v.
$6 in paper of the Cincinnati & White Water Canal co. good 1.20
The undivided half the belonging, claims & notes in the hands of Benjamin B. Davis of Salem in Columbiana Co. Ohio payable to B. B. Davis & Co. to wit. One on Jas. C. Marshall for $846, one on Jo. H. Painter for work $23 and one on Ellis Day for $30, one note on Samuel Ellision for $12, one note on John Scofield for $3, 1 note on David Schofield for $4, and 1 note on Chester Reeder for $1.33. All considered uncollectable n.v.
1 account on Joseph Camerane for medicine held by him to be sold on commission for $12 6.00
1 also on Michael Mikendall for $12.00 for medicine held by him to be sold on commission 6.00
1 account on Robt A. McCleery for $17.08 for same as above 8.56
1 account against A. R. McCleery for one half of the invoice of goods formerly belonging to firm of Hoagland & McCleery whol amount of invoice $867.42 one half of which due Hoagland 426.30
one half of the afsd due the firm of Hoagland & McCleery appraised at 250.00
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Amt of money on deposit in the Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co. Pd $1040 - int. on same to 31 Dece 1845 $31.20 int since that time say $52 appd at 1123.20
also the following book apl.
Benj. Mewhinney good 1.00
Peter Eppet jun. Not good $4.28 n.v.
C. Bartlow good 9.00
A Mewhinney good 11.06
Jas Mewhinney good 30.19
Wilson & Gunn not good 20.09
John Foster 5.62
John Mconolly 7.92
Sam Murphy 3.06
Benj. H. Burton 6.25
Enock McCartey .27
Theodore Pursell .88
A. Klinefelter .31
Robert Shell 7.00
Geo. B. Case 2.04
J. B. Watson 1.42
C. Riley 1.75
M. Shrunk 2.89
Riley & Glisson 4.25
Jas. Hawthorn .68
J. E. Wheat doubtful 1.56 n.v.
John Hackleman .38
Martin Clark 5.30
Hiram Lay 1.75
George Hong 2.24
M. M. Burgess doubtful .62 n.v.
Wm. West 1.62
Isaac Lock .62
Henry Berry 1.00
W. J. Peterson 3.25
J. H. Bowlby doubtful 1.00 n.v.
John Ryman 4.40
S. & C. Coffin 50.82
Wm Moffett Jr. doubtful 2.69 n.v.
O. Colescott .38
Shebly Baker doubtful 2.25 n.v.
M. Kowen? 7.06
Ely Adams doubtful 3.33 n.v.
Jas. S. Colescott .25
Hueston Brooks doubtful 2.12 n.v.
Benj. Bookmle? Doubtful 57.44 n.v.
John M. Johnston 2.56
C. F. Clarkson .25
E. Collett doubtful 12.05 n.v.
R. Curtis & Co doubtful 2.48 n.v.
Peter Cline .19
Jo. Green? Doubtful 22.60 n.v.
R. Stoops 3.00
Billings & Roberts ??
C. Pursell 1.00
Capt. Craig doubtful .62 n.v.
$3476.40 3/4

Lewis Riggs
John Pelsor, appraisers
George Holland, executor of last will and testament, subscribed 8th day of December 1846,


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