John Morford Inventory

Franklin County
May Term 1842
Pages 9-10

On the 25th day of August AD 1841 comes the said administrator and files in the Clerks office of the court aforesaid his appraisement and sale bill in this case which follow in these words and figures: To wit: Inventory of the property of John Morford, deceased.
1 loom and all pertaining thereto 6.00
1 brass kettle 3.50
2 sugar kettles 4.00
1 stew kettle 0.50
2 bake ovens 0.50
1 pot 0.75
1 pot trammel 0.75
1 tea kettle 0.25
1 peacock plough 8.00
1 set waggon harness 3.00
1 set hames & chains 3.50
1 pr chains, harness & collar 2.00
1 man's saddle 1.25
1 mowing scythe 1.50
1 big wheel 2.00
1 check reel 0.50
1 sieve .37
1 half bushel 0.25
1 bureau 1.00
59 bushels of rye 44.25
1 hogshead 1.00
5 barrels 0.50
1 basket 0.25
2 meal bags 0.50
harness leather 3.00
2 augers 0.50
1 lot of potatoes 0.75
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1 grind stone 0.50
double tree and two clips 0.25
2 weeding hoes 0.50
1 iron harrow 2.25
1 lot of soap & barrels 2.50
1 slide 1.50
1 log chain & single tree 2.00
clevis & shovel plough 2.00
2 axes 2.50
1 set harrow teeth 2.00
1 bay mare 65.00
1 yearling colt 30.00
3 wheat stacks 25.00
2 oat stacks 25.00
1 sickle 0.31
1 lot of flax 1.00
1 mattock 1.00
1 pitch fork and blind bridle .37
1 axe 0.25
1 iron wedge .37
1 lot of soap 2.00
1 ox yoke 0.50
1 spinning wheel 2.00
2 hay stacks 20.00
1 field corn 25.00
1 field corn 40.00
1 note of hand on James Rubart, Oct 15, 1839 72.00
1 note of hand on William Tandy & William Gant dated Oct 22 1838 35.00
1 on Waren S. Pond to James Rheubart assigned to John Morford dated Nov 3 1838 14.56
1 note on Joseph Scoonover & Abel Chapman to Hiram Pond assigned to John Morford 7.76
cash on hand 10.50
cash lent to William Morford 18. 31
1 note on Miles Miller 25.00
1 bureau 5.00
1 cup board 7.00
2 tables 4.00
1 dresser 1.00
1 bedstead & bedding 12.00
1 bedstead & bedding 12.00
4 bed quilts 5.00
trundle bed stead and bedding 6.00
1 bed cover 2.00
2 blankets and counterpin 5.00
queensware 1.25
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2 tin buckets and 4 tin cups 0.75
1 coughy mill 0.25
1 bed tick 2.00
sheep shears and candle stick .62
candle moles 0.25
4 chairs 1.00
1 iron square 0.25
1 side saddle 12.00
1 yoke of cattle 30.00
1 red cow with a white face 15.00
1 red and white cow 15.00
16 head of hogs 36.00
6 shotes 6.00
augers 1.50
1 pair steelyards 0.75

Before me, David Alley a Justice of the Peace in and for the county aforesaid personally came Andrew J. Alley who being by me duly sworn saith the above record of property and prices was entered by him as clerk except the line next to the last one and that the same is a true record of the property named and prices annexed thereunto appraised as the property of the Estate of John Morford, deceased. Sworn and subscribed before me this 25th day of August AD 1841, David Alley, Justice of the Peace.
Thomas B. Biggs
Richard Jackson, appraisers
Jonathan Alley, administrator



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