James Hornback Inventory

Franklin County
November Term 1837
Page 417-418

These are to certify that Thomas Wilson & Sylvester Munson were lawfully sworn to appraise the property of James Hornback, deceased, before me. Witness my hand and seal this April 15th 1837. Abraham Stubb, Justice of the Peace.

1 bell and collar .87
1 bull plough 3.50
1 shovel plough 1.00
A bunch of flax 0.25
1 hoe & curry comb .43 3/4
1 sled and hoe 0.50
1 pair of streachers and clevis 1.00
1 log chain 1.00
1 axe and grate hoe 1.00
1 grind stone 1.00
1 collar 1.00
1 set gears 3.00
1 collar & a set of gears 1.50
two pair briching 0.50
1 old saddle stirrup 0.75
1 saddle 8.00
1 bridle 0.50
1 tar bucket 0.25
sundry articles 0.75
1 duch oven and led 0.50
saw, drawer knife and auger 1.50
1 g? 0.75
1 staf .18 3/4
razor and case, shaving box, brush, & hone .62
sundry articles of cupboard ware 1.25
1 slate 0.25
two crocks and 1 piggin .31
two cags 0.25
1 skillet, chain & hook .37
1 churn .37
1 pr andirons .37
shoe tools .06
1 hymn book & bible 3.28
1 history .12
1 sled, 2 straw ticks, quilt 2.00
1 plow line 0.10
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1 gun, shot pouch and horn 5.50
1 shoe knife and whet stone .12
1 sow & 3 pigs 10.00
1 sow 4.00
1 sow and barrow 8.00
1 sow 4.50
1 cow & 3 heifers 22.00
6 geese 1.25
sugar stand 0.25
lot of potatoes 1.87
lot of barrels & tubs 2.00
flocks? 0.25
lot old irons .12
1 cow & calf 20.00
one hundred weight of Cain? 8.00
This is the whole amount of the property appraised 127.10

Wherein we set our hands, Thomas Wilson, Sylvester Munson.
The above is the appraisement bill of the personal property of James Hornback deceased, Hanibal Sutton admr.



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