James Patterson Inventory

Franklin County
February Term 1838
Pages 2-3
Subscribed 6 October 1834, Filed 17th day January 1835

Inventory of the personal property of James Patterson, deceased

To book amount against Daniel Haring 9.61
To book amount against Andrew Babbitt 10.34
To amount against Andrew S. Babbitt for hogs` 4.00
Amount against J. Rasneck (sp?) for wintering colt 8.50
Amount against Jacob Weatherton & Lessa Hary for hauling a load from Cincinnati 12.50
1 black gelding, appraised to fifty dollars 50.00
1 mare horse 50.00
1 mare 25.00
1 milk cow 10.00
2 cows at $7.50 each 15.00
1 heifer 4.00
1 lot of hogs 90.00
1 field of corn on the ground 20.00
1 small lot of corn in the ground 7.00
1 set of gears 4.50
1 set of gears 5.87
1 lot of oald barrels 2.00
1 churn 0.50
1 flax brake 1.00
1 lot of sheep 11.00
2 iron kettles & 1 bale 2.00
2 ovens, 1 gridle & tea kettle 2.00
1 lot kitchen furniture 3.00
1 lot of tin ware, hachel & coffemill 2.87
1 bucket and knives & forks 0.75
shovel & tongs, flat iron and steelyards 1.50
1 table 0.75
1 sive .37
1 lot of chiars 1.00
1 trunk 0.50
1 chest 1.00
1 box & old irons 0.50
1 auger & foot hooks? .37
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1 bed, bedstead and bedding 8.00
1 bed, bedstead and bedding 8.00
1 lot of wool roles and banket 2.50
three yard of linen 1.50
1 lot of bed clothing 1.00
2 yards of linen 0.50
1 tar bucket 0.25
1 lot of oald axes 1.25
1 big wheel 0.25
1 keg .12
1 soap tub .12
1 scythe & snead 0.75
1 clevis & streacher 1.50
1 linnen bag .37
1 lot of books, roling pin and sheers 0.75
1 box & basket .12
the wood work of 1 new waggon 20.00
1 half bushel & bucket .12
total $55.24

Personally came before me, John Allen, Justice of the Peace in and for said County aforesaid Jacob Blackledge and Richard Thomas and after being by me duly sworn saith that the foregoing inventory contains all the personal property of James Patterson deceased shewn to us this sixth day of October 1834 and that said property was appraised by us to its fair value according to the best of our judgements signed Jacob Blackledge, Richard Thomas. Sworn and subscribed before me this sixth day of October 1834, John Allen Justice of the Peace.

Schedule 2nd of the personal property of James Patterson, deceased
1 bull plough 10.00
1 shovel plough 0.75
20 head of geese 2.50
1 riddle .37
1 double tree 0.25
1 whet stone .12
1 basket .12
1 sled .12
1 frow .12
corn on ground 7.00
hay rack 1.00
total $14.62

Personally came before me, John Allen, Justice of the Peace in and for said County aforesaid Jacob Blackledge and Richard Thomas and after being by me duly sworn saith that the foregoing inventory contains all the personal property of James Patterson deceased shewn to us and that said property was appraised by us to its fair value according to the best of our judgements signed Jacob Blackledge, Richard Thomas. Sworn and subscribed before me this first day of November 1834, John Allen Justice of the Peace.



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