Benjamin Jenkins Inventory

Franklin County
February Term AD 1843
Pages 112-113

On the 18th day of June 1834 comes said administrator and files the following appraisement bill of said estate to wit: An inventory of the goods, chattles & effects of Benjamin Jenkins late of Franklin County, Indiana, deceased [page 113] taken by James Jenkins administrator and Sarah Jenkins administratrix of the estate of the said deceased, with the assistance of Robert Blackes and Samuel Dunn who being both freeholders in the said County of Franklin and being chosen and approved by the said James Jenkins and Sarah Jenkins as appraisers and duly sworn for that purpose. Robert Blacker, Samuel Dunn. Sworn and subscribed before Daniel Wilson a Justice of the Peace in and for the aforesaid county of Franklin this 16th day of June AD 1834. Daniel Wilson, JP

1 bay horse 40.00
1 lot sundry old irons 0.25
6 planes 2.25
1 lot small tools, square &c 0.50
1 clock 1.00
2 saws, auger & square 2.00
1 rifle gun & pouch 8.00
1 bull plow & 3 clevices 2.00
2 axes, foot adse & iron wedge 3.25
3 hoes 0.50
1 shove plow & single tree 0.75
1 set of waggon harness 9.00
1 set check lines & bridle 1.75
2 chains & head halters 2.00
2 large kettles (widow keeps @ 1.50) 2.25x
tubb & churn 1.12
1 bed stead & cord 1.00
2 wheels & reel 1.00
1 mans saddle 3.00
wool in rools say 15lbs 4.68 3/4
stone jugg .31
grass scyth 1.50
3 hoggs 1st choice 9.00
4 hogs 2d choice 8.00x
14 hogs last choice 15.75
8 sheep 6.00
  126.87
1 horse colt 40.00
1 horse colt 37.50
1 bay mare 50.00
1 2 horse wagon 70.00
1 lot of rye 4.00
1 writing desk 2.00
2 bed bedstead bedding 18.00
27 vol law book & documents 15.00
1 cupboard & cupboard ware 8.00
1 bureau 4.00
1 trundle bed & bedding 2.00
1 table & stand 0.50
1 lot of pot metal 1.75
3 buckets 0.50
1 side saddle 1.00
2 smoothing irons 0.50
1 lot of irons, shovel & tramel 0.75
1 cow & calf 12.00
6 chairs 1.50
1 chest .31
  396.18 3/4
George Hubels note 450.00
interest from date 2.20
George Hubells note bearing date of 13 Sept 1833 coming due 1st Oct 1835 450.00
interest 2.20
1 due leese on Camerons note 1.50
interest 3 years 0.27
H. C. Hannegens note 32.06
1 note of $10 on Dav'd Deniston 10.00
cash on hand 191.50
total notes 1139.73
total estate $1535.91 3/4
Given under our hands this 16th day of June 1834
Robert Blacker
Samuel Dunn, Appraisers



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