Inventory of Robert Templeton Sr.

Franklin County
March Term AD 1850
Pages 113-116
An Inventory of the goods chattels rights credits moneys and effects which were of Robert Templeton Sr., late of Franklin County Indiana, deceased, made by the undersigned Robert Templeton Jr. and Jefferson Colescott administrators of the estate of said deceased annexed to their letters with the appraisement of said goods chattels & all, their true value made by the undersigned appraisers freeholders of said county in the presence of each other and of said administrators

16 hogs 117.60
1 sow and 9 pigs 7.00
1 ox waggon 20.00
1 two horse waggon 35.00
1 steer 30.00
1 cow 11.00
1 cow 6.00
harness for waggon 5.00
1 windmill 15.00
1 roan mare 25.00
1 steer 5.00
1 calf 2.00
2 stands of bees 4.00
2 large kettles 3.00
2 small kettles & bals 2.00
1 brass kettle 8.00
1 brass kettle 4.00
1 rifle gun 2.00
1 shot gun and apparatus 5.00
1 lot of plough irons 1.50
1 peacock plough 4.00
1 plough 1.00
1 shovel plough 1.00
1 lot of hames, double tree, single tree & clevice .50
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1 one horse harrow and 9 teeth besides 1.25
1 cradling scythe and 1 lot of old scythes .50
2 adzes 1.00
1 frow .50
1 broad axe .50
1 hammer & chisel .50
4 planes 1.00
1 box of irons .37
1 box of irons & 1 coopers iron .25
2 iron wedges .37
1 lot of horse shoes, hoop iron, and waggon hub caps 1.00
2 drawing knifes .75
1 old grind stone .12
1 scythe & 2 sneaths 1.25
1 hand saw .50
8 augers 2.00
1 pitch fork and rake .12
1 falling axe 1.00
1 falling axe .75
1 shovel & hoe .12
1 mattock 1.25
1 cross cut saw 1.00
1 bellows & blacksmiths tools 5.00
1 cutting knife .25
2 set plough gears and collars 2.00
1 lot of wheat supposed 21 bushels @ 75 15.75
2 barrels & 2 hogsheads 1.25
2 barrels & salt 1.25
1 lot of leather 1.00
2 lard kegs & lard 4.00
1 sugar trough & old iron .12
1 man's saddle & bridle 5.25
1 side saddle .50
1 old cupboard .12
1 lot of soap & barrels 5.00
1 old carpet 1.00
1 wheel barrow .12
2 barrels & soap grease .25
1 tin bucket .12
2 crocks and soap .12
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1 cider mill 4.00
wheat in the ground 10.00
2/3 of 15 acres corn in the field 30.00
1 small brass kettle 1.50
1 oven .75
2 skillets 1.25
1 tea kettle and 2 stew kettles 2.00
1 shovel, tongs and poker 1.75
1 pair andirons .75
1 lot of crocks .62
1 old pot .25
1 lot of pewter 4.00
1 smoothing iron .37
1 frying pan .62
1 bread bowl .25
3 buckets and 2 coffee boilers 1.50
2 tables 2.25
1 corner cupboard 4.00
candle moles & skimmer .12
pot hooks and flesh fork .25
1 pot trammel, chain & 2 andirons 1.00
2 barrels and 3 boxes .43 3/4
1 coffee mill 1.00
1 wash board .12
1 lot of bags 1.00
2 baskets .25
1 washtub .50
1 hatchet .25
1 lantern .25
2 candle sticks and 2 canisters .75
1 keg .37
1 churn .50
1 lot of cupboard ware 3.00
1 old clock 2.00
1 double leafed table & cloth 3.00
1 looking glass .25
1 bed, bedstead and beding No. 1 15.00
1 bed, bedstead and beding No. 2 20.00
1 narow bed, bedstead and beding No. 3 6.00
1 lot of books 12.00
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1 book case 3.00
1 bureau 8.00
1 bureau 4.00
1 stand .75
6 chairs 1.00
2 rocking chairs 1.00
1 seive .37
1 bed, beding, bedstead and curtains No. 4 8.00
1 trunk and contents 11.50
1 double coverlet 3.00
1 quilt and 1 blanket 3.00
1 chest 1.50
2 jars 1.00
3 sugar pans 1.00
1 box and contents .12
1 wash pan .12
1 pair steelyards 2.00
1 hatchet .75
  608.91
1 halter chain .50
cash on hand  
9 gold pieces $5.33 each 48.00
10 four dollar pieces and 1ten 60.00
9 five dollar pieces and 2 halfs 50.00
1 ten shaved piece 7.50
8 sovreign @ $4.84 18.36
3 whole sovreigns 14.52
1 twenty franc piece 3.76
silver money 1253.70
paper money 360.00
notes on hand  
note on J. J. Templeton with interest from Jan'y 9, 1845 100.00
note on J. J. Templeton with interest from May 25, 1844 183.00
note on David Oliver including interest 15.70
note on David Oliver including interest 222.27
note on Henry Peck with interest from May 12, 1845 20.00
note on John Wynn with interest from Aug't 31, 1845 100.00
amt carried forward 3070.52
note on Jeremiah Cory with interest for same time 100.00
note on W. Kerrick with interest from Feb'y 7, 1845 85.00
note on A. D. Gallion with interest from May 22, 1844 20.72
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note on P. Van dyke with interest from Jan'y 22, 1838 100.00
note on J. D. Reed with interest from Aug't 15, 1839 100.00
note on Hezekiah Ogden & J. Hughs with interest from April 16, 1844 100.00
note on James Wright with interest from June 26, 1845 50.00
note on Burnett Langston & Hiram B. Langston, dc'd from 1839 160.00
note on G. W. Kimble & John S. Powers including interest 110.48
note on Jefferson Colescott with interest from Nov. 22, 1845 407.60
note on R & S Tyner from Jan'y 21, 1845 400.00
note on Thomas Glidewell & John M. Morgan, May 14, 1836 100.00
note on R. A. Templeton, Nov 27, 1827 25.00
note on W. C. Templeton & John Templeton, June 15, 1833 10.00
note on James J. Philip, Feb'y 1, 1837 5.00
note on Isaac Jones & Jacob Coonts, March 8, 1830 100.00
note on Isaac Jones, April 20, 1836 115.00
note on Thomas G. Noble, May 1, 1830 9.37
note on Jacobs & Noble, July 17, 1825 68.00
note on Wm C. Templeton, March 29, 1831 3.00
note on R. E. Hanna & John J. Hanna, Feb'y 28, 1839 39.92
note on James Dollar, July 3, 1831 10.70
note on John Williams, Feb'y 11, 1830 3.12
note on Charles Woods, Jan'y 13, 1[8]27 4.95
  $5193.39 3/4

Dec 2, 1845
Abner McCartys
John Wynn, appraisers
note on Jonathan Williams & William Williams including interest 129.92
note on James Felty including interest 172.55
due from the United States on Pension account of John Rowe 4.85
due from the United States on Pension account of Nelly Horn 4.33
note on W. H. Eads with interest from 1823 60.27
note on Archibald Moore bal, int. ? 1813 13.91
note on W. H. Eads with interest from Aug. 1, 1820 44.90
note on John Jacobs interest from Dec 13, 1820 54.81
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note on Archibald Nabors, interest from 2, 1823 106.00
note on John Buck, interest from Jan'y 9, 1819 21.00
note on Joseph Rippy, interest from July 20, 1810 4.48
note on Rob't Green, interest from July 3, 1811 4.50
total $5823.87

Dec 13, 1845
Abner McCartys
John Wynn, appraisers
Appraisement of the goods and chattels which were missed in the first appraisement of the personal properties belonging to the estate of Rob't Templeton dec'd late of Franklin County Ia made on the 18th day of December 1845

1 lot of smoked meat 3.00
1 lot of hay 5.00
1 keg of sugar 1.50
dried apples .50
2 table cloths .75

Abner McCartys
John Wynn, appraisers



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