Benjamin McCarty Sr. Inventory

Franklin County
February Term 1839
Pages 133-134

On the 7th day of May A.D. 1838 the said administrator filed in the Clerks [office] of the county aforesaid the following inventory and list of notes and accounts. To wit Inventory and appraisement of the personal estate of Benjamin McCarty Senr. deceased

Bed and necessary covers 24.00
1 lot of bed clothing 7.00
1 bed, bedstead, bedding including trunnel 12 ?? 19.50
1 spinning wheel 1.00
7 chairs 2.00
7 sheets & 9 pillow slips 14.00
11 pillow slips 2.50
1 desk & book case 14.00
6 volumes Doctr Cokes notes 20.00
1 lot of books 1.50
1 stock lock 0.50
1 lot of cupboard ware 8.50
5 bottles, 1 tumbler, & 1 looking glass 1.00
6 barrels & 1 meal tub 1.75
1 arm chair .37
1 meal sieve & tray 0.75
2 wooden bowls & 1 bread tray 0.25
1 coffee mill .62
2 tin bucket & 2 tin cups .37
1 wooden bucket .37
1 lot of crockware 1.50
1 paint bottle & candlestick .12
1 weeding keg 0.25
2 pots, 2 skillets & 1 tea kittle 2.62
1 sad iron .37
1 box, knives & forks .12
1 crom & iron wedge 2.12
1 demaJohn 0.50
1 old axe 0.25
1 candle moal .06
1 small dining table 1.06
2 cows, calves $12 each 24.00
Total $153.30

Be it remembered that on this fourth day of April A.D. 1838 David S. Hanna and James Wright personally appeared before me Elijah Barwick a Justice of the Peace in & for the county aforesaid and being duly sworn depose and say that they did on this day appraise the goods and chattles belonging to the estate of the said Benjamin McCarty deceased exhibited to them by said exhibiter and as contained in the foregoing inventory proper to be appraised at their fair value the value of each article being annexed thereto and that said appraisement is just and true

This 4th day of April 1838
David S. Hanna
James Wright
Elijah Barwick J.P.



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