Inventory of Joel Tucker

Franklin County
August Term AD 1846
Pages 310-312
On the 18th day of Feb'ry A. D. 1845, personally appeared before me the undersigned Justice of the Peace of the county afd Martin Quick and Andrew Reid, and were by me duly sworn truly, honestly, and impartially appraise the estate property and effects belonging to the estate of Joel Tucker, and insane person, that may be exhibited to them according to the best of there judgment and ability and further say not. Given under my hand this 28th day of Feb'y 1845. John Wynn, Justice of the Peace.

The NE quarter of section 23 S. q. Range 2W 1000.00
the following is the personal property  
black horse 50.00
bay horse 37.50
waggon 35.00
large red cow 7.00
small red cow & calf 7.00
small cow 6.00
1 large heifer calf 1.50
small calf 1.50
11 sheep & 3 lambs 11.00
first set of harness 4.50
2nd set of harness 4.50
1 pair of check lines .50
two iron wedges 1.00
saddle & bridle 7.00
sow & 5 pigs 3.00
4 hogs 6.00
20 geese 2.50
small stack of wheat 4.00
3 tons of hay 14.00
1 hay fork .25
1 manure fork .37
1 scoop shovel .50
1 drawing knife .50
1 pair double trees .50
1 pair breast chains 1.00
1 plow 3.00
1 sled .37
1 scythe & cradle .37
1 mowing scythe .37
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1 side saddle 7.00
1 lot of flax .37
1 log chain .37
supposed to be 100 bushels of corn 20.00
1 fanning mill 2.50
a lot of buckwheat .50
1 large tub .25
1 lot of beans .12
2 gums .25
1 sprouting hoe .37
1 mattock .50
1 broad hoe .25
2 sickles .12
2 chopping axes 2.00
1 meat axe .25
1 lot of beets .50
1 large kettle 1.50
2 small kettles 1.50
2 washing tubs .50
1 hand saw .50
1 large wheel 2.50
1 sieve .25
1 pair of steelyards .50
1 lot of hams, shoulders 5.60
1 lot of salt .25
2 buckets .37
1 barrel, half full of pork 4.50
1 meat barrel .50
1 tea kettle .25
1 dinner pot .37
2 skillets .50
3 ovens & lids .50
shovel & tongs .37
2 washing boards .25
sausage stuffer & candlemoulds .37
1 can of lard 3.00
1 breakfast table & chest 1.25
1 clock 2.50
1 stand 1.00
1 bureau 8.00
1 large dining table 4.00
2 sets of andirons .37
1 cupboard 8.00
1st bed and bedding 15.00
2nd bed and bedding 12.00
3rd bed and bedding 10.00
1 looking glass .75
ten chairs 2.50
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a lot of cupboard ware 2.50
sheep skins .75
small wheel 1.50
reel 1.00
barrel of pickles 1.00
old bureau 1.00
wheat in the ground 20.00
family magazines, two volumes .75

We the undersigned appraisers of the estate of Joel Tucker, an insane person, certify that the above is a correct inventory and appraisement of the estate of said Joel Tucker made by us this 28th day of February 1845.
Andrew Reid, Martin Quick, appraisers



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