Inventory of George Phenis

Franklin County
July Term A.D. 1854
Pages 424-425

On the 7th day of December AD 1833, said admin filed in the Clerks office the following bill of appraisement. . . before me the undersigned one of the justices of the peace in and for the County aforesaid personally comes Abraham Lee and Samuel Tucker who was sworn as the law directs to appraise the personal estate of George Phenis deceased in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the 14th day of September A.D. 1833. Abraham Jones, justice of the peace.

1 wind mill 18.00
1 bull plough 5.00
1 shovel plough 1.25
1 shovel plough 1.00
1 bull plough 2.75
1 harrow 5.00
1 pair of stretchers and single tree 2.00
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1 pitch fork .50
1 set of horse gears 6.00
1 wagon 25.00
1 sythe and hangings 2.00
1 sythe and hangings 2.00
1 grubing hoe 1.25
1 cross cut saw 4.50
1 lot of tools 5.00
3 axes 4.50
1 steer 4.50
1 bull plough 4.00
1 hiefer 9.50
1 hiefer 7.50
1 hiefer 6.00
appraise bill continued amount brot up 118.25
1 hiefer 7.00
1 yoke of work steers 25.00
24 sheep 15.00
1 horse 25.00
1 last spring colt 15.00
1 mans saddle 1.50
2 blind bridles 1.25
1 log chain 3.00
1 sled .50
3 acres of corn in the field 13.00
1 smooth bore gun 6.00
5 sickles 2.00
Apraise bill continued.  
31 head of geese 4.25
1 loom and tackling 5.50
1 heifer calf 2.75
1 hay stack 5.50
1 rye stack 12.00
1 grind stone .37
1 saddle 7.00
total amount $271.87

We do hereby certify that the above property was appraised by us this 14th day of September 1833
Abraham Lee
Samuel Tucker


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