Inventory of George M. Pfander

Franklin County
March Term AD 1849
Page 372
State of Indiana Franklin County: Before me the undersigned a Justice of the Peace in and for the said county personally came Lewis Riggs and Philip Felz and being by me duly sworn depose and say that they have impartially appraised the personal property of an estate of George M.Pfander deceased as above set forth to the best of their judgement as shown to them by John Schlicht, administrator. Lewis Riggs, Philip Felz. sworn and subscribed before me this 2 day of November 1846.

1 led stove .25
1 stove .50
16 pieces tools 2.00
1 table of stone 10.00
half bbl of fish oil 2.00
6 heids 6.00
340 side heids 311.10
157 kalf heids 94.20
1 stove 10.00
9 chairs 2.25
1 sedg .50
1 bureau 9.00
1 bible 2.00
1 chest 4.00
3 chairs .37
1 table slat? .75
1 lot of books .25
1 bookcase .50
1 cloget 6.00
1 bedstead 3.00
1 bed and bedding 6.00
6 pictures 1.50
1 table and cloth 1.25
1 table .25
5 plates .31
knives forks and widder .50
1 bucket .82
1 tin plat .12
1 coff mill .12
1 sug box .10
2 table plates .25
1 lot coffe cups 2 plates .31
1 chair .12
1 bets 2.00
1 lot shoemakers tools 1.75
1 pr boots 1.50
1 ditto 1.00
1 pr shoes .37
1 ditto .50
1 pr of shoes 0.62
1 lot leater and half shoes 1.00
1 lot baskets .75
1 ?? .50
1 peck measure .12
1 lot barrels .25
1 walber? 2.50
1 bedsted .50
1 close horse .37
1 lot wool .75
1 soole 1.50
1 ditto 2.00
1 saw .50
1 spade .37
1 lot ware .25
1 butter barrel .25
1 side sohl leather 1.50
1 lot sohl leather 1.50
2 half sides hammel leather 1.00
2 half sides upper leather 1.00
4 sheep skins 1.00
1 barel sour krout .75
1 keg .12
1 kummet .25
1 kow 3.50
1 horse 12.50
1 blind bridle .50
1 harnisf 1.00
1 hand saw .25
2 wedges .25
1 hen 1.00
1 lot 15.00
1 lot floor boards 5.00
1 lot bords and scantling 4.00
1 lot scindles 2.00
1 lot iron and window sills 4.00
1 stove 2.00
1 shofel .37
total 559.62

We the undersigned being called upon by John Schlicht,Administrator of the estate of George M. Pfander deceased, and duly sworn to appraise the personal estate of said deceased do certify the above and foregoing to be a just and true valuation of the property shown to us by the said administrator. witnefs our hands this 2nd day of November A.D. 1846
Lewis Riggs and Philip Felz, appraisers



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