Inventory of Robert Russell

Franklin County
March Term AD 1848
Page 48-49
Inventory and appraisement

1 4 horse waggon 60.00
2 horse carriage 40.00
set 4 horse harness 25.00
set carriage harness 12.00
2 collars & 2 bridles for carriage 3.00
1 pair carrige lines 2.00
2 set plow gears 1.50
3 horse collars @ 50 1.50
1 ?? Blind bridle .50
brought over $145.00
1 man's saddle 1.50
No. 7 peacock plow 8.00
3 shovel plows @ $2.25 each 8.25
No. 6 peacock plow 3.00
35 sheep more or less @ 75 26.25
milch cow Swan 10.00
milch cow red & calf 9.00
milch cow white face & calf 10.00
Pied heiffer Lady 7.00
Pied heiffer Bolt 7.00
2 two year old heiffer 8.00
White bull 4.00
small red heiffer & bull 6.00
stock hogs 15.00
1 bay horse Pup 40.00
1 bay horse Sege 50.00
1 sorrel horse Silver 60.00
1 sorrel horse Tom 20.00
600 bushels corn @ 18/ bushel 108.00
1 corner cubbord 5.00
1 bureau 8.00
1 24 hour brass clock 5.00
doz. Splint bottom chairs 2.00
doz. Splint bottom chairs 1.50
weaving loom, geering & reads 4.00
1 large spinning wheel 2.00
1 reel .50
1 scoop shovel .50
1 box cobbard .50
2 iron kettles @ 75 1.50
1 iron kettle 1.25
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iron pot .75
cooking stove & furniture 12.00
brought over 652.00
2 matics @ 37 .75
2 copping axes 1.50
1 grind stone .50
5 shovel .50
1 double tree & 3 single trees 1.50
60 bushels of wheat more or less @ 45 per bushel 27.00
  685.75
1 log chain 4.00
coss cut saw 3.00
1 note of hand on Elias Matreg 31.64
3 several notes of hand on James P. Wilson 100.66 2/3
3 several notes of hand on Thomas G. Colsham 260.51
2 several notes of hand on Joshua & Anderson Portton? 73.32
3 several notes of hand on Jonathan & Stephen Potts 80.23
2 several notes of hand on Washington Oldham 100.00
1 note of hand on John Russell 10.00
Book account on Toby L. Winship 3.50
Judgement against James & Mathew Harden calling for $125. Considered worth nothing  
judgement against S. & H. Brison 35.00
judgement on Esq. Curtis docket against Williams 10.00
cash on hand in bank paper 58.00
cash on hand in specie 41.00
1 pair streachers .50
  $1486.09 2/3

Thomas S. Wright
Weden Williams, appraisers
Personally came before the undersigned, clerk of the Franklin County Probate Court, John S. Russell and Stephen Russell, administrators of the estate of Robert Russell, late of said county, dec'd who being duly sworn on oath say that the foregoing inventory is in all respects just and true and contains a full statement of all the property, bonds, mortgages, notes, other securities, debts and accounts in favor of the dec'd which have come to their knowledge and of all moneys, bank bills and the other circulating medium which have come to their hands, belonging to the estate of the sd. dec'd. Sworn and subscribed to this 25 of June 1846.



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