Thomas Matthews Inventory

Franklin County
November Term AD 1839
Page 276-278

Taken by Judah Hinkley administrator of the esate of the said deceased with the assistance of James Samuels and Kenny V. Simeson appraisers called and duly sworn for that purpose
1 bureau and contents 6.00
1 dining table 2.00
1 stand 1.00
half dozen chairs 1.00
cupboard ware 3.00
1 looking glass 0.25
1 bed, bedstead and bedding 12.00
1 bed, bedstead and bedding 12.00
1 trunnel bedstead and bedding 3.00
1 bed, bedstead and bedding up stairs 6.00
1 cradle 0.50
1 small wheel 1.00
1 lot iron ware 4.00
1 brass kettle 1.00
lot of barls, trays & sieve 0.50
1 barrel and salt 2.00
shovel and tongs 0.75
chairs 0.50
1 pair of and irons 0.25
1 lot of rolls 11.25
1 water pot and bucket and coffee pot 0.50
1 bible 5.00
side saddle 6.00
1 lot of gears 7.50
1 bull plough 2.75
1 peacock plough 3.25
3 tons of hay at $5 per tun 15.00
100 dozen of wheat in the barn 25.00
4 pigs, 3 barrows and 1 sow 22.50
6 sheep 6.00
1 dark brown heifer 12.00
1 muley cow 15.00
1 bay horse 50.00
1 sorrel mare 40.00
south field of corn 55.00
2 barrels 1.00
large cask 0.75
washing machine 1.00
1 vinegar barrel 0.25
big wheel 1.50
1 axe 0.50
old mans saddle 0.50
steelyard 0.50
table & cloth 0.25
1 stand 0.75
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lot of chairs 3.00
lot of books 1.00
1 desk 3.00
clock and case 5.00
corner cupboard 1.00
1 table 0.25
duch oven 0.50
auger and drawing knife 0.25
1 large kettle 1.50
1 large cask 0.50
dung fork 0.50
1 single tree .37
Grub hoe 0.25
fruit in the orchard 6.00
1 collar 1.50
1 collar 1.00
2 set of gears 2.00
check lines 1.00
riding bridle 1.00
set of blind gears 10.00
1 blind bridle 0.75
hipp stand and bridle 0.50
long chains 0.75
part of a log chain 0.50
1 lot of corn in the crib 12.00
1 bull plough 1.00
1 bull plough 0.50
1 lot of singletrees and stretchers 2.00
1 horse stretcher 0.50
part of a syth chain 0.75
pitch fork 0.25
fanning mill 4.00
cutting box 1.00
3 tons of hay 15.00
lot of wheat supposed to be 200 dozen 50.00
10 bushels clean wheat 6.25
20 bushels of oats in the barn 4.00
a lot of oats in the field 5.00
1 goat 0.50
11 sheep 11.00
6 first choice hogs 24.00
13 head of shoats 19.50
1 black sow and pigs 5.00
1 white sow and pigs 4.00
1 white sow 5.50
1 spotted sow and pigs 5.00
1 large sow and pigs 5.50
cow and calf 18.00
pided cow 13.00
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white backed cow 13.00
1 brindle heifer 21.00
1 red heifer 9.00
old sorrel mare 10.00
grey mare and colt 40.00
bay mare 50.00
black mare 45.00
1 year old colt 20.00
1 sucking colt 8.00
1 grey horse 85.00
1 fallow harrow 3.00
corn harrow 1.00
1 wagon, cover &c 75.00
4 horse wagen 60.00
reel stone .37
1 valet? Grey stone 0.50
2 carving knives 1.00
lot of laths 0.75
1 new saddle, iron stirrups 13.50
1 new saddle, brass stirrups 13.50
1 bark mill 5.00
1 lot of corn sup 3 acres 15.00
north half, north field of corn 33.00
south half, north field of corn 35.00
1 big wheel and reel 2.00
1 part of a sheep skin 2.00
1 kase knife .62
1 lot of skins at the tan yard 5.77
1 hip strap 0.25
amount of sundry notes 244.50

Personally came before me J. B. Scobey an acting Justice of the Peace in and for the County and State aforesaid Judah Hinkley administrator of the estate of Thomas Matthews late of the County and State aforesaid deceased who was by me duly sworn and says that the above and foregoing list or Inventory of the goods and chattles rights and credits moneys and effects of said deceased is correct and true to the best of his knowledge so far as the same is come to his knowledge and at the same time comes also M. V. Simonson and James Samuels appraisers by the said administrator of said estate appointed to appraise said property as afd who has be me duly sworn and say that said appraisement as is returned is just and true to the best of their knowledge and fruther says not. Sworn and subscribed to before me the 11th day of November AD 1837. F. B. Scobey, Justice of the Peace

Judah Hinkley, admr
M. V. Simonson
James Samuels, appraisers



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