Richard Smith Inventory

Franklin County
February Term AD 1844
Page 249-250

On the 3rd day of March AD 1842 the said administrator filed in the clerks office of the court aforesaid the following appraisement bill to wit: The personal property of the estate of Richard Smith, deceased, appraised by James Osborn and Henry Robison is as follows.

1 small sorrel mare 15.00
1 2 year old colt 32.50
1 black mare 45.00
1 cow 12.00
1 yoke of steers 12.00
1 calf 3.00
1 lot of corn 3.75
1 lot of corn 131 19.65
1 plough 4.00
1 plough 0.50
1 saddle & bridle 1.25
clevis & singletree 0.50
barrel &c 0.75
drawing knife & auger 0.50
hand saw 0.62
1 axe 1.00
2 bags 0.50
spade 0.75
hoe 0.50
grubing hoe 0.50
tea kettle 1.00
bake pan (not sold) .62
1 pot & hooks 0.75
andirons (not sold) & shovel .87
churn 0.75
2 pails .62
1 lot of tin 0.75
6 knives, 5 forks, 4 spoons 0.13
coffee mill (not sold) 0.75
1 lot of cupboard ware 4.00
1 stand (not sold) .87
bible & 2 hymn books 4.00
1 lot of books .37
1 chest 1.00
4 pr pantaloons 2.00
4 cots 4.00
1 cot 1.50
10 vests 2.00
3 shirts, 1 pr stockings 1.00
3 coverlets 2.25
3 quilts 1.50
bed & bedding 5.50
bed, pillows and blanket 4.00
bed & bedding 10.00
1 bed stead & cord 3.50
1 stand of curtains 3.25
truss? 1.50
2 hab. .12
1 box (not sold) 0.25
1 wheel 1.12
4 chairs .62
1 table (not sold) 1.00
bread bowl & flat iron .31
shving tools .37
6 phials 0.10
log chain & hammer 1.31
1 fork .37

James T. Osborn
Henry Robison



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