Inventory of Mary Shirk

Franklin County
July Term AD 1857
Page 359-363
An inventory of the personal property of Mary Shirk deceased taken by Ira Stout administrator and appraised by John P. Brady and S. S. Shirk

No. Description of the Property Value
1 claw hammer .10
2 3 sugar kettles 1.80
3 1 iron wedge & old ax .60
4 1 grubbing hoe .10
5 2 soap casks and soap 2.00
6 1 cask & soap grease .25
7 1 barrel & salt 1.50
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8 1 lot of old barrels .50
9 1 lot of meat 7.00
10 1 wood saw .50
11 2 tubs including meat 6.75
12 1 barrel & flour 3.80
13 1 barrel and corn meal .75
14 20 crocks and jars including contents 6.00
15 9 fruit cans .75
16 1 lot of jugs .25
17 1 dinner pot & lard .40
18 1 lot of rolls 1.50
19 1 lot of wool 5.00
20 1 lot of spinning wheel & reel 2.75
21 2 quilting wheels .25
22 2 old bureaus 1.00
23 1 bookcase 1.00
24 1 lot of potatoes & barrel 2.00
25 1 barrel & wheat .80
26 6 old barrels & 2 kegs .20
27 7 meal bags .50
28 3 wash boards & 1 lamp 2.25
29 1 safe 1.00
30 1 churn .40
31 6 crocks .20
32 2 tin pans 2.50
33 1 brass kettle 2.50
34 1 meat barrel & wash tub .50
35 1 old chest, bucket & keg .10
36 1 small dutch oven .10
37 steel yards 1.00
38 3 wooden buckets .40
39 a lot of old harness 1.50
40 1 pr of hames & traces 1.00
41 1 old ax .10
42 1 cooking stove & ware 7.00
43 3 skillets & 1 oven 1.00
44 1 small brass kettle .60
45 1 lot tin ware 1.50
46 15 milk pans & crocks .60
47 2 bread bowls .20
48 1 knife box .10
49 1 dresser & ware 3.00
50 1 kitchen table .25
51 1 pot bench .05
52 1 corner cupboard & ware 7.00
53 1 dinner table & cloth 2.50
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54 2 stands 1.00
55 1 set windsor chairs 1.50
56 1 windsor rocking chair 1.50
57 1 lot of old chairs .75
58 1 looking glass .25
59 1 mantle clock 2.00
60 1 glass jar & tea 1.00
61 1 beauro 3.00
62 4 smoothing irons 1.00
63 2 fire shovels and pair tongs .50
64 1 pair old andirons .05
65 1 large waiter .10
66 1 lot candlesticks 1.00
67 1 lot of brooms .25
68 2 baskets, 1 band box .75
69 1 chest .50
70 2 old bed-steds 1.00
71 1 bed-sted 2.50
72 1 high post bed sted 2.00
73 7 old quilts 2.50
74 6 pillows 1.25
75 1 pair blankets 1.25
76 1 pair sheets .80
77 1 lot of stocking yarn 2.50
78 1 lot of rags 1.00
79 1 lot of dried apples 1.00
80 1 lot of flax .15
81 1 barrel & vinegar 2.50
82 1 pair twilled blankets 4.00
83 1 woolen quilt 1.00
84 1 bed sted & bedding 10.00
85 1 bed sted & bedding 6.00
86 clothes pins & faucett .20
87 1 lot of bottles .10
88 canister & match safe .15
89 2 blankets, coverlits & pillow 3.70
90 1 feather bed 4.00
91 1 straw tick .50
92 2 pair pillows & bolster 1.50
93 1 pair cotton comforts 1.00
94 1 single coverlit 1.00
95 1 double coverlit 3.00
96 1 piece of furniture prints 2.00
97 1 breakfast table & cover 3.00
98 1 stand & cover 1.75
99 1 looking glass 1.00
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100 1 chest 1.00
101 1 pair andirons .36
102 2 pair shears .35
103 1 clothes brush .10
104 some tacks .05
105 a lot of books 1.50
106 1 straw bed & bedding 4.00
107 carpeting 2.00
108 window curtains .25
109 1 griddle .10
110 2 broad hoes .10
111 lot old irons .25
112 2 slates .15
113 2 pair of pillow slips & 1 sheet .80
114 1 bed cord .10
115 2/5 oats in ground 3.00
116 half lot of wheat in ground 5.00
117 1 lot of chickens 2.50
118 20 geese 4.00
119 2 old ploughs .50
120 1 fanning mill 3.00
121 2 small lots boards 1.50
122 11 hogs 33.00
123 11 shoats 12.00
124 7 pigs 4.00
125 9 sheep & 6 lambs 25.00
126 1 old cow & calf 20.00
127 1 young cow & calf 17.00
128 1 red & white bull 5.00
129 2 brindle heifers 10.00
130 1 white & speckled bull 7.00
131 1 gray horse 60.00
132 1 buggy 125.00
133 1 buggy harness 8.00
134 1 small lot lumber? .60
135 bolting & candlestick .40
136 bed cord .10
137 piece new muslin .40
138 cotton twine .05
139 sheep shears .05
140 weavers reeds .25
141 2 crocks & contents .25
142 tea kettle & 2 potts .30
143 5 windsor chairs 1.50
144 wash tub .25
145 bed clothes 2.20
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146 towels & table clothes .40
147 pad lock .12
148 hoop iron .01
149 note on Isaac Davis for $2.12 due on the 1st day of Nov net worth 2.00
150 money on hand 2.48
total $529.56

Signed by use the 17th day of April 1855.
John P. Brady
S. S. Shirk, appraisers


Last modified 11 September 2002