Inventory of John H. Miller

Franklin County
September Term AD 1850
Pages 361-362

On the 30th day of March A.D. 1849 the said administrator filed in the Clerk's office of the Court aforesaid the following inventory and appraisement. To wit. appraisement Bill of the Property of John H. Miller Deceased, Jan. 31, 1849

1 shovel plow .75
1 Peacock plow #3 2.25
100 posts more or less 7 per post 7.00
600 feet lumber more or less @$1 6.00
1 lot walnut lumber 2.00
2 still tubs .75
1 lot of loose barrells .50
1 pair of harness collar & bridles 2.75
1 hand bucket .20
1 side saddle 2.00x
1 pair shaft singletrees .50
1 lot of old iron .15
1 sieve .40
1 ton of hay, more or less 8.00
10 doz. oats @ 25 per doz 2.50
1 wind mill 14.50
100 bushels corn @20 per bushel 20.00
5 shoats 4.50
2 cows giving milk 15.00
1 waggon 50.00
50 bushels corn in shock 10.00
30 bushels of potatoes 9.00
1 barrell & cider 1.00x
1 stove 2.00x
1 lot of meat tubs & barrells .25x
1 churn .75x
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1 small pair of steel yards .30
2 sugar kettles .50x
1 stand of bees 2.00x
1 wash tub .30x
1 yearling claf 3.00
1 mare 6 years old 50.00x
1 horse colt 15.00
1 mare colt 10.00
rent wheat of 4 acres 4.00
1 field of wheat supposed to be 19 acres 55.00
1 high post bed stead & bedding 12.00x
1 bureau 2.00x
1 chest .25x
1 lot carpet 40 yds more or less @ 15 8.00x
1 wooden day clock 2.50x
1 corner cupboard 2.00x
1 large dining table 3.00x
1 breakfast table 1.00x
1 lot of chairs 2.00
1 lot of cupboard ware 1.00
1 fire shovel & tongs .25
1 tin bucket & sieve .30x
1 iron wedge .25
100 skeins of yarn @ 16 per skein 16.00x
cash on hand 1000.00
Cash paid on one share turnpike stock 7.00
cash paid to MCBride on a lot in Rochester 25.00

The State of Indiana, Franklin County
The above contains a full and perfect inventory and appraisement of the goods, chattels and effect which were of said deceased so far as has come to our knowledge which was taken and appraised annexed on the 3rd day of February 1849 by us.

Jonah Miller and Aaron C. Miller, administrators of said deceased with the assistance of Emanuel Withers and David T. Cooley, appraisers selected & sworn for that purpose. Witness our hands this 3rd day of February 1849.
Jonah Miller, Aaron C. Miller admins.

Emanuel Withers, D. T. Cooley, appraisers.

x = widow's selection



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