James Thompson Inventory

Franklin County
May Term AD 1842
Page 599

And afterwards to wit on the 19th day of November AD 1840 comes the said administrator and files the following appraisement bill to wit:
An Inventory fo the goods chattels and effects of James Thompson, late of Franklin County and state of Indiana deceased taken by Timothy B. Scoby, administrator of the estate of the said deceased with the assistance of James Lackey and Wooster D. Clever, appraisers called and duly sworn for that purpose.
2 hay stacks in Widow Seffrages meadow  
The north stack 3.00
South stack 4.00
2 stacks at the house, north stack 4.00
South stack 4.00
1 stack of hay in the meadow 4.50
1 lot of hay in the house 0.75
potatoes supposed to be 15 bushel @ .12/bu 1.87
1 field of corn supposed to be 12 acres @ $5/acre 60.00
1 field supposed 4 acres @ $4.50 per acre 18.00
1 tight plow 6.00
1 2 horse plow 1.00
1 double tree, clevis & single tree 1.50
1 red cow 15.00
1 white heifer 4.00
1 bake oven .62x
1 skillet & lid .62x
1 stew kettle .62x
1 bedstead, bed & bedding 12.00x
1 chest 0.50x
1 table 4.00
1 coffee mill 0.50x
1 set of chairs 2.50x
1 bedstead, bed & bedding 3.00x
1 spinning wheel 0.50x
2 barrels .37x
2 barrels 1.25x
1 churn 0.50x
1 axe 1.50
1 scythe & hangings 1.00
1 set of geers 2.75
1 lot of cupboard ware 2.00x
1 fire shovel .62
2 smoothing irons 1.00x
1 reel 0.50
4 sheep 0.50
  $166.00

sworn and subscribed to before me this 14th day of November AD 1840.
James Samuels, Justice of the Peace



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