Inventory of Jacob Miller

Franklin County
November Term AD 1860
Pages 343-346

An inventory of the personal estate of Jacob Miller deceased taken by John H. White Executor and appraised by Alfred Potts and Samuel Jinks.

No. Description of Property Valuation
1 1 clock 5.00x
2 1 beauro 12.00x
3 1 cupboard & cupboard ware 7.75x
4 2 beds & bedding [widow takes one] 60.00x
5 5 fat hogs [widow takes 2] 27.00x
6 9 head stock hogs 23.00
7 1 red cow & calf 29.00x
8 1 small stack of hay .50
9 1 stack, No. 2, in south field west 3.50
10 the undivided half of S.W. field of corn supposed 5 acres 80.00
11 the whole of the North field of corn 2 acres 27.00
12 1 field of wheat growing 6.00
13 1 small lot of corn in garden 15.00
14 1 lot of sheaf oats 10.20
15 1 lot of bed clothing 5.00
16 1 2 horse waggon 50.00
17 1 lot of old corn in crib 3.50
18 4 plows & 2 sets of doubletrees & single trees 15.00
19 1 hay bed & 1 wood bed 1.50
20 1 gray mare 55.00
21 1 bay horse 40.00
22 1 brown colt 50.00
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23 1 white cow 15.00
24 1 red heifer 12.00
25 1 spring calf 3.00
26 1 lot of hay in barn 20.00
27 1 wind mill 20.00
28 1 lot of greaing & harness 12.00
29 1 mans saddle & bridle 1.50
30 1 cutting box, 2 pitch forks, bucket & half bushel 3.00
31 1 lot of clean wheat supposed to be 60 bu. 36.00
32 1 lot of clean oats 1.60
33 1 lot of old barrels and boxes 4.00
34 1 lot of buckwheat 3.25
35 1 lot of wheat bran 2.10
36 1 scoop shovel, 1 saw, 1 sickle, 2 hoes 1.75
37 1 mowing schythe 1.00
38 1 scythe & cradle 1.25
39 2 Bbls part full of salt 2.45
40 1 meat tub .1.10
41 1 Bl of soap 1.50
42 1 grind stone .25
43 2 ten gallon kettles 2.50
44 2 skillets, 1 oven, 1 gridiron, 1 stew pot, 1 tea kettle, 1 frying pan 2.50x
45 1 pair and irons .50
46 1 cooking stove & cooking apparatus 11.00x
47 2 washing tubs 1.00
48 1 lard keg .50
49 1 wash board .10
50 1 crout cutter .25
51 1 strainer bucket .50
52 1 candle moulds .70
53 2 sad irons .50
54 2 candle sticks .30
55 1 lantern .18
56 1 sausage stuffer .10
57 2 stone jugs .20
58 1 wooden bowl .06
59 1 old cupboard .25
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60 3 holes of potatoes buried 8 bu more or less 2.00
61 1 plain stand .75
62 1 large looking glass 1.75
63 1 wood saw .62
64 1 axe 1.00
65 1 shovel .87
66 1 mattock .50
67 1 adze .50
68 1 log chain .50
69 1 mall & 1 wedge .50
70 1 old bell .25
71 sundries, old chains &c 1.00]
72 1 lot of crocks 1.60
73 2 old baskets .30
74 1 hatchet .25
75 3 old meal sacks .50
76 1 crout tub .50
77 1 pickle tub .50
78 3 split bottom chairs .75
79 five windsor chairs 2.00
80 1 plain table 2.50x
81 24 yds carpet 9.87
82 1 bed tick 1.00
83 1 waggon sheet 1.00
84 1 bedstead, cord & straw tick .25
85 1 big wheel 2.00
86 1 reel .75
87 1 little wheel .75
88 1 old carpet 1.00
89 1 vinegar barrel 1.00
90 3 sacks and box 1.25
91 1 sugar box .40
92 1 flax hatchel 2.00
93 1 chest .75
94 1 side saddle .75
95 Note on Daniel Miller due 1st of October 1857. Dated 26th September 1857 26.62
96 Acct on Dr. Rofs 4.00
97 Note on C. F. Gordon due 1st of January 1853. dated September the 13th 1852
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98 cash on hand 46.00x
99 2 stacks of blades 2.00
100 1 pair steelyards .80
101 1 lot of chickens, 4 doz 4.00
Total amount of personal property $730.17
Amount taken by widow 147.55

An inventory of the real estate of Jacob Miller deceased taken by said executor and appraised by said appraisers.

No. Description of Real Estate Valuation
1 The SW Qr of S.E. Qr of Sec 23 in T.12.R.12.E situate in Franklin County
2 The NW Qr of S.E. Qr of Sec 23 in T.12.R.12.E situate in Franklin County
Inventoried as one (80) Eighty acre lot 1000.00
The sum total of personal and real estate $1730.17

Signed by us the 27th day of Nov. A.D. 1852
Samuel Jinks
Alfred Potts, appraisers

Received of John H. White, executor of the last will of my late husband Jacob Miller deceased the articles charged to me in the foregoing inventory the 27th day of November A.D. 1852
Rachael Miller

The $46 received by me and charged to me in the foregoing inventory is a payment of that amount on the $400 bequeathed to me by my late husband, Jacob Miller deceased in lieu of my dower which I elect to take November the 27th A.D. 1852
Rachael Miller


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