Inventory of Enoch E. Liming

Franklin County
April Term AD 1857
Page 259-262
An inventory of the personal property of Enoch E. Liming deceased, taken by Thomas E. Liming administrator and appraised by William Hyde and Thomas Hedges.

No. Description of the Property Amount
1 1 dozen chairs 2.25x
2 1 rocking chair .50x
3 a clock 1.50x
4 a cupboard 2.00x
5 1 cupboard 2.00x
6 a lot of queensware & glass and spoons 2.50x
7 a looking glass .25x
8 a stove & cooking utensils 4.00x
9 a churn .40x
10 a shovel, pot hooks, & hand irons .40x
11 1 table, bread bowl & small brass kettle .75x
12 a large brass kettle 1.00x
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13 2 iron kettles 1.25x
14 a tub & 2 buckets .40x
15 a tub & 2 wash boards .35x
16 1 strainer bucket .20x
17 a lot of crocks .50x
18 a spade .75
19 2 axes .37x
20 a garden hoe .25
21 a shovel .75x
22 a lot of hoes .20x
23 maul & wedges .50
24 3 scythes & snaths .20
carried forward 23.32
25 1 hand saw .50
26 a lot of augers .50
27 scoop shovel & spade .10
28 a log chain .75
29
30 a lot of old iron .40
31 1 cultivator 2.50
32 a set of double trees .50
33 1 harrow .75
34 wheel barrow & grindstone 1.00
35 a #2 corn plough 2.00x
36 a #2 corn plough 1.00
37 a sod plough 3.00
38 a big plough .50
39 a sled .50x
40 a cultivator 3.00
41 a shovel plough .20
42 a lot of old barrels .20
43 2 gums .50
44 a wind mill 2.00
45 a lot of forks .50
46 a set of harness 2.50x
47 a set of harness 2.50
48 balance of harness & halters 3.20
49 fly straps 4.00
50 a rope .20
51 saddle & bridle 5.00
52 a wagon 35.00
53 a wagon 25.00
54 corn in the crib 95.00
55 a lot of oats (widow takes 6 bu) 14.00x
56 a lot of wheat 119.05
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57 a lot of hay 20.00
58 a lot of wool 7.50
59 a lot of sheep 19.00
60 a lot of hogs (widow takes 2) 85.00x
61 a field of wheat 15.00
62 a small meadow 6.00x
63 a small meadow 9.00
64 a field of wheat 32.00x
65 a field of oats 30.00
66 a field of corn 54.00
67 a field of corn 49.00
68 a field of corn 49.00
69 a field of corn 25.00
70 rent of a field of corn 18.00
71 a broken horned cow 20.00x
72 a red muly cow 12.00x
73 a red & white cow 20.00
74 a black & white cow 15.00
75 white faced cow 14.00x
76 a red bull 12.00
77 2 steers 31.00
78 spotted heifer 9.00x
79 red calf 5.00x
80 red & white calf 5.00
81 a colt 40.00
82 a gray horse 80.00x
83 bay mare 80.00
84 a bureau 3.50x
85 a half cupboard 3.50x
86 a small table 1.00
87 a small table .25x
88 a stand .40
89 4 pictures .50
carried forward 770.65
90 bed & bedding 10.00x
91 bed & bedding 9.00x
92 bed & bedding 7.00x
93 bed & bedding 2.50x
94 2 grain cradles 2.00
95 carpeting 4.50x
96 a lot of bags 2.40x
97 pair of steelyards 1.00
98 half barrel of salt 1.25x
99 1 note and interest on Thomas Freeland administrator & William Freeland 160.78
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100 1 note on Richard Hamlin & Jonathan Hart 218.17
101 1 note on William Waldrof 108.08
102 1 note on William Waldrof 109.00
103 1 note on William Waldrof 100.00
104 1 note on William Waldrof 67.70
105 1 note & interest on Wm Hedges 205.94
106 1 note & interest on Wm Hedges 153.46
107 1 note & interest on Samuel Dawn 166.47
108 1 note & interest on James Roberts & isaac Beesley 108.00
109 1 note & interest on Jesse & Charles Faullet 379.02
110 cash on hand 196.77
total amount $3,123.04

I, Thomas E. Liming administrator of the estate of Enoch E. Liming deceased swear that the foregoing is a tue and complete inventory of all the personal estate of said decedent which has come to my knowledge; and also the property taken by the widow, so help me God. Thomas E. Liming. Subscribed and sworn to before me the 21st day of August A.D. 1855. John M. Johnston.

We, Philip Hyde and William Hedges swear that we will honestly appraise the presonal estate of Enoch E. Liming deceased which may be exhibited to us, so help us God. Philip Hyde, William Hedges, appraisers. Sworn and subscribed before me this 14th day of May 1855. Walter Mitchell, Justice of the Peace.

Widows selection ($300.00) = x


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