Isaac Smalley Inventory

Franklin County
August Term AD 1839
Pages 258-260
Brookville Township

Inventory and appraise [page 259] of the goods chattles, rights credits monies and effects belonging to the estate of Isaac Smalley dec'd Brookville Township, Franklin County Indiana. We the undersigned appraisers of the of the personal property of Isaac Smalley Dec'd did on this day commence the same same follows May 21st 1838.

1 barrel and pickels 1.00
1 barrel of vinnager 1.00
1 lot of lumber 0.25
1 brake and cupboard 1.00
1 lot of plank .62
1 barrell 0.75
1 sled .06
1 tub and 1 bucket 0.50
1 open ended cask 0.50
3 singletrees, double trees & bolester 3.00
1 lot of old iron .62
1 hand saw, auger and square & iron wedge 2.12
1 ship & clevis 1.00
1 saddle 3.50
1 axe 1.00
5 chairs .62
1 stand 1.25
1 churn .37
1 table 0.75
1 reflector 1.37
1 lot of earthen crocks 1.12
1 lot of tin ware 2.25
1 bucket and 2 tins .62
1 lot of queensware knives and forks 5.00
2 flat irons 0.50
1 coffee mill 0.43
1 looking glass 0.25
1 cubbard 7.00
1 bureau 8.00
1 bed, beding & bedstead 24.00
2 bed tick, coverlids 3 sheets 1 blanket 11.50
1 chest 1.50
2 casks and meat 10.00
1 lot of lard and firking 1.50
1 side of harness leather 3.00
2 bedsteads 8.00
1 lot of oats 10 bushels 2.50
1 shot gun, powder horn & pouch 4.00
1 ?ual 1.00
1 fiddle 0.75
1 3 gallon jug 0.50
1 clock 10.00
1 cradle for rocking children 1.25
1 shovel & handirons 1.00
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1 skillet, tea kettle, pot & oven 2.00
1 brass kettle 1.00
1 cradle & sythe 2.00
1 mowing sythe & sneath 1.00
2 ploughs 10.00
1 set of waggon gears 5.50
1 set of waggon gears 5.50
16 shoates or hogs 10.00
1 sow & piggs 2.00
1 china pig .87
2 hogs 3.50
1 waggon 70.00
11 sheep & 3 lambs 12.00
1 cow 10.00
1 red cow 10.00
1 cow 8.00
1 red calf 2.50
1 stack of wheat 10.00
1 lot of corn in the crib 10.00
1 lot of potatoes 4.00
5 bushels of apples 1.25
1 trough .12
1 sorrel mare 55.00
1 bay mare 18.00
1 bay colt 28.00
8 acres of wheat 24.00
2 sugar kettles 2.37
1 half of 3 acres of wehat on the farm now occupied by Abraham Smallye's widow 4.00
1 hammer & 1 open ring 0.50
6 bushel oats 1.50
1 parsel of flax 3.37
1 lot of clothing 25.33
total $448.99

Be it remembered that on the 22d day of March 1838 personally appeared before me the undersigned Justice of the Peace of said County James Wallace and Isaac Peck two respectable freeholders in the neighborhood where Isaac Smalley dec'd late of said County resided, who were called by Christian Straube admr of said dec'd estate to appraise the property of said dec'd who being by me duly sworn on their oaths solemnly say that the foregoing appraisement of the goods and chattles belonging to the estate of Isaac Smalley deceased is just and true to the best of their knowledge and belief and further they say not. Sworn and subscribed before me this 22d day of March AD 1838 John Wynn Justice of the Peace
Issac Peck
James Wallace, appraisers



Last Updated on 11/23/99