James Jones Jr. Inventory

Franklin County
August Term 1838
Pages 52-53
Brookville

October the 3rd, 1836. Amount of the property of James Jones Jr. deceased appraised by Simpson Jones and James Jones Sr.

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6 chairs 2.00
1 looking glass 0.75
knives & forks 0.75
coffee mill 0.75
1 rasor .37
5 crocks, mols & scisors .43 3/4
spoons 0.25
4 bottles & copperas 0.50
small looking glass 0.25
plates & dish 1.25
2 pitchers 0.26
teacups & saucers 0.75
tea cannister 0.25
bowl, pepper & pepper box 0.25
2 tumblers 0.25
tea pot 0.75
tin ware thread & salt seller 1.25
19 lbs sugar 1.90
1 box cards & dried apples 0.50
2 locks 0.25
1 chest 0.50
1 saddle 2.00
1 sive 0.50
1 pot 1.25
1 oven & lid 1.50
tea kettle & little pot 0.75
stew kettle 0.50
1 skillet .62
smoothing iron & bowl .56
1 axe 1.50
1 axe 0.50
singletrees & streacher 2.00
2 blind bridles 2.50
1 pr gears 1.25
1 kettle 1.62
1 lard keg & ladle 0.75
bacon 3.00
bucket, soap keg & churn 1.00
1 mare 50.00
1 colt 10.00
2 hoes 0.50
3 hogs 8.00
1 strainer & cupboard 0.75
1 sow & pigs 5.00
yearling heifer 6.00
9 geese 1.68 3/4
1 little wheel 0.75
1 keg of vinegar 1.00
1 iron wedge .37
1 sovel plow & clevis 1.75
1 cow & calf 18.00
corn in the crib 12.50
1 lot of cabbages 1.00
1st field of corn 42.00
2nd field of corn 22.00
1 bull plough 1.25
3rd field of corn 5.31
4th field of corn 4.66 2/3
5th field of corn 2.00
1 watch 1.50
1 lot of onions 0.25
1 pocket book 0.25
amt of appraisement $232.57 2/3

This day personally came James Jones[Sr.] and Simpson Jones appraisers of the above inventory and was duly sworn according to law. In testimony where I have unto set my hand & seal this 3d day of October 1836 Jonathan Alley, Justice of the Peace



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