Inventory of William G. Todd

Franklin County
August Term AD 1846
Pages 295-297
An inventory of the goods chattels, and effects of William G. Todd, late of Franklin County and State of Indiana, deceased, taken by Joseph S. Todd and George Todd administrators of the estate of said deceased with the assistance of John Hallowell and William Scof'd freeholders of said county, appraisers viz.

1 2 horse wagon 50.00
1 peacock plough 1.25
1 harrow 2.00
1 shovel plough 0.75
1 sett of double trees 1.00
1 dung fork 0.75
1 sett of double harness 8.00
3 horse collars 3.00
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2 blind bridles 3.00
2 sets of check lines 1.75
1 lot of wheat 280 dozen 84.00
1 lot of oats 156 dozen 15.60
1 lot of barley 2.50
1 lot of hay 6.00
1 fanning mill 8.50
1 lot of thrash barley 2.50
1 lot of boxes & barrels 1.25
1 lot of clover seed 1.00
1 lot of flax 1.50
1 lot of old corn 5.25
5 cows @ $6.50 ea 32.50
3 2 year old heifers 12.00
2 calves 4.50
1 4 year old bull 8.50
1 lot of sheep of 20 head 10.00
1 truck pack? 2.00
1 field of corn of 10 acres 38.00
1 field of corn at 7 acres 27.30
2 shovels and 2 hoes 1.75
1 lot of sundries 2.25
1 pair of chains 7 sled 1.50
2 narrow axes, 2 hatchets, 1 broad axe & 1 post axe 3.25
1 scythe and cradle 1.00
1 cross cut saw and hand saw 1.75
1 lot of sundries 1.00
1 lot of barrels 1.00
1 lot of crockery ware 1.50
1 lot of iron ware 4.25
2 washing tubs 1.25
1 lot of sundries 1.50
1 lot of hogs of 17 @ 90 per head 15.30
1 the old mare 40.00
the young mare 45.00
1 2 year old horse colt 35.00
1 grain rigging 0.25
1 saddle and rigging 4.00
1 lot of sundries 1.68
1 lot of geese of 18 2.00
1 lot of ducks 0.60
2 dozen of fowls 1.44
1 lot of cupboard ware 5.00
6 split bottom chairs 1.50
6 winsor chairs 3.37
3 tables and 1 stand 5.00
2 razors 0.50
1 bureau and looking glass 5.00
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1 mantle clock 6.00
1 lot of books 1.50
3 beds and bedding 30.00
40 pounds of wool 7.00
1 loom and rigging 3.50
1 log chain 2.00
1 big wheel & reel 1.50
1 spinning wheel 0.50
1 gun 4.50
1 waggon cover & bags 4.50
8 yards of homespun cloth @ 62 per yard 5.00

sworn 18th day of August AD 1843

John Hallowell
William Scofield, appraisers



Last Updated on 3/04/01