James Sherce Inventory

Franklin County
February Term 1838
Page 455-456

August the 3rd 1832, Inventory of the property of James Sherce
1 sorrel horse 42.50
1 gray mare 52.50
1 mare & colt 47.00
1 three year old filly 45.00
1 three year old horse colt 37.00
1 large steer 12.00
1 white heifer 7.50
1 muly cow 6.50
1 large milk cow 8.50
1 milk cow 8.00
a red cow 7.00
4 calves 11.50
a bull 9.00
13 sheep 11.37
about 70 head of ??hogs 70.00
a hog 2.50
5 sows & some pigs 11.75
waggon & cover 55.00
3 plows & 2 clevis 1.25
Fanning mill 13.00
Harness consisting of bridle, collar, hames, chains, back bands & brich bands & check lines 17.87
Clevis & oxen ring 2.75
log chain 0.50
Harrow pins 1.75
corn in the husk supposed to be 75 bushels at 25/bushel 18.75
3 hoes .81
3 axes 2.75
mason hammer & trowel 1.25
carried forward $512.31
3 hay forks & dung fork 1.62
Hay ladders 0.50
cooper tools 14.87
two planes 0.75
a hand saw, auger & chisels 1.75
3 scythes 2.75
cross cut saw 2.00
bedstead and bedding 20.00
bedstead and bedding 13.00
bedstead and bedding 13.00
bedstead and bedding 10.00
Bed & bedding 5.00
shoemaker tools 1.43 3/4
box of old irons 1.00
leather .87
bureau 12.50
cupboard & cupboard ware 15.56
large table 7.00
candle stand 2.50
table 1.75
two set of chairs 1.75
clock 5.50
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sheep shears .18 3/4
coffee mill 0.50
hatchel 1.50
books 12.25
woolen wheel 1.25
3 large kettles 4.25
large tramel 0.75
tea kettle 0.75
2 ovens 1.25
2 pots 1.25
pair of fire irons 0.25
an old shovel & tongs .62
pr sickles 0.50
carried over 169.43 3/4
1 reel 0.50
bacon 12.00
pickle pork 1.50
old barrels & churn 2.50
fat & cags 2.25
loom, spools & quill wheel 2.00
looking glass .56
2 large chests 1.37
Steelyards 1.50
candle sticks 0.50
malls 0.25
saddle & bridle 0.75
razor, strap & box .62
wheat to the amount of 9.00
sive .37
8 bags 1.00
iron wedge 0.50
wool and clothing 22.00
smoothing iron .31
flour 3.75
1 ox hide tanning at the store 4.00
  67.25
  $169.43 3/4
  $512.31
Whole amount 749.00

Daniel Shafer
Samuel Barber, appraisers



Last Updated on 11/11/99