Inventory of Peter Stone

Franklin County
February Term AD 1847
Page 398-400
The following is the bill or amount of the personal property of Peter Stone, deceased, late of the County of Franklin and State of Indiana aas appraised by Eli Brooks & John Spradling, who were duly sworn according to law for to appraise said property at the request of Solomon Stone, the administrator of said Peter Stone deceased

1 black cow 10.00
1 spotted heifer 3.00
1 black heifer 2.25
1 shovel, flail, and wooden fork 1.62
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1 plough of the common bull kind 3.00
1 plough of the same kind 0.75
1 cutting knife & box 2.00
1 2 and 5 bushels of oats 1.75
1 lot of hay in the mow 6.00
1 lot of old hay in the same place at per ton 4.00
1 blind gray mare 10.00x
chicken coop & old flax & straw 1.25
1 sled 1.06
2 shoats in the pen 1.75
1 2 horse wagon 50.00
1 lot of corn 2.37x
1 lot of old buckets and a tub 1.00x
1 large iron pot 1.75x
of lot of small old potmettle 1.62x
1 frying pan 0.50x
2 old hoes 1.37x
1 axe 2.00x
1 old axe & hatchet 1.00x
1 bell & collar 1.87x
1 bed stead 0.25
1 big wheel 1.00
1 tar can 1.25
1 shovel plough .62
1 ox yoke, ring & staple .37
1 side saddle 2.00x
1 saddle & bridle 10.00
1 lot of horse gears 12.00
2 single trees .62
2 old barrels 0.50
1 lot of clean rye 1.75
1 lot of empty bags 1.50
1 keg 1.15
1 lot of grease 0.75x
1 loom & tackle 3.00x
1 quill wheel 1.50x
1 spining wheel 1.14x
1 churn 1.50x
1 addice 0.50
1 lot of bacon 6.00x
1 kettle & bail 3.00x
1 kettle wihtou legs 2.50x
1 pickle tub & keg 1.75
1 old barrel with soap 1.75x
shovel & trammel .62
tea ware 1.50x
tin ware 1.00x
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pewter ware 1.00
potters bowles 1.25
1 lot of earthen ware 2.00
bread tray, bowl & bucket 0.50
boots & brushes 3.00
cobling tools 1.00
carpenter's tools 2.00
candle stick & hatchet 0.75
2 flat irons .37
1 iron wedge 0.50
1 pair hand cards 0.25
2 halter chains, small bel & strut? 0.50
1 saddle bags, lock & key 2.00
1 steel yard 1.00
3 kegs 1.56
1 cross cut saw 3.00
1 wagon cover 2.00
log chain, stretchers & frow 3.00
1 bed & bedding & stead 27.50
1 high bedstead & bedding 10.00
1 mirror & 1 sickle .37
wearing apparel & chest 25.00
1 silver watch 4.00
1 red cow & calf 9.00
razor & shaving tools 1.50
frying pan & coffee mill 0.50
1 brown mare 10.00
2 bllind bridles 1.50
13 head of hogs 10.00
1 grubbing hoe 1.00
1 lot of rye in the field 2.00
the undivided half of a wind fan 2.00
5 pounds of new iron 0.30
1 basket .06
amount of appraisement $285.25
taken out by the widow [x=widow's selection] 99.75
left to be sold 185.50

Witness our hands, the 26th February 1833
Eli Brooks
John Spradling



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