Inventory of Philip Snyder

Franklin County
March Term A.D. 1852
Pages 519-521

On the 27th day of September 1850 comes the said administrator and files the following inventory of appraisement to wit: We the undersigned appraisers of the personal property of Philip Snyder, late of Franklin County, Indiana, deceased, do solemly swear that we will truly, honestly and impartially appraise the estate property and effects which shall be exhibited to us to the best of our judgment and ability. Joseph Depuy, Hadley D. Johnston 11 September 1850. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of September A.D. 1850, Isaac Clements J. P. An inventory of the personal effects belonging to the estate of Philip Snyder as exhibted to us by John E. Shilling, administrator.

1 mantle clock 4.00
1 breakfast table (a little worn) 3.50
1 cupboard 5.00
19 pictures & frames 5.70
1 breakfast table (new) 4.50
1 large rocking chair 2.00
6 window chairs 3.00
1 looking glass .37
1 toy box 1.00
2 glass dishes 1.50
2 glass jars .50
1 glass dish .25
1 glass dish .15
6 glass cup plates .25
1 glass salt sellar .05
1 stand 2.00
1 conk shell ea 50 & 30 .80
2 mustard cups .20
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inventory continued 34.77
1 sugar bowl .30
1 cream glass .15
1 spit box .30
6 plates .31
1 cups & saucers .25
1 bedstead 3.50
1 bedstead 3.00
1 feather bed including tick 7.00
1 feather bed including tick small 3.00
1 coverlet 4.00
1 bed quilt 2.00
1 bed quilt 2.00
1 blanket .37
1 blanket .37
2 bolsters & cases 3.00
2 pillows & cases 1.50
1 blanket .50
1 blanket .50
1 carpet 34 yards 10.20
1 bible in German .50
1 hymn book in German .75
1 hymn book in German .50
8 miscellaneous books in German .50
1 chest 1.00
1 chest & lock 1.00
1 note on John Grabner due Jan 28, 1848 30.00
1 note on David Moore dated 5 July 1850 due 6 months after date 100.00
1 note on David Moore dated 5 July 1850 due 1 year after date 100.00
account on Eli Grier due 16 March 1846. amt $39.24 with int 20.18
1 copper kettle 2.00
1 skillet and lid .25
1 iron stew kettle .75
1 pr and irons .60
1 brass skimmer .35
2 ladles .70
1 brass cake paddle .25
1 flesh fork & tin skimmer .25
1 wash board .35
1 dish tub .50
1 wash tub .40
1 tin bucket .60
4 old window chairs 1.00
1 iron kettle .50
1 iron oven .25
1 wash tub .40
1 watering pot .50
1 pick 1.00
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1 garden hoe .25
1 shovel .35
1 wood saw .50
1 axe 1.00
  $344.70

It will be seen in the above inventory we have set down the amt of indebtedness apparent on the face of the notes & account above named-- not knowing the parties we are unprepared to set a positive value thereon. September 11th 1850
Hadley D. Johnston
Joseph Depuy

[the entire household goods are delivered by the administrator to Peter Lonsly]


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