Inventory of James Updike

Franklin County
September Term AD 1848
Page 237
An inventory and appraisement of goods and chattels exhibited to Isaac Peck and John M. Veiley, appraisers of the estate of James Updike by Levi Updike, administrator.

cupboard & ware 9.50
sive and candle molds .50
keg & vinegar & brass kettle 2.50
tin ware .75
smooth irons .25
churn .50
chest 2.00
clock 5.00
breakfast table 2.00
sheep shears .12
1 book universalism against itself .37
7 chairs 2.00
table cloths & towels 1.00
bedstead & beding 8.50
bedding & bedstead 5.50
2 quilts & 2 table cloths 2.50
2 coverlids 7.50
2 quilts 3.00
stand & cloth 3.00
hooks, shovel & broom 7.05
carpet chain & filling & 1 sack 2.25
saddle, umbrella & coffy mill 1.37
pot ware 2.25
tub, bucket, wash board & dish 1.00
axe & hoe 1.00
shoe bench & tools 2.50
lasts & boot trees 2.00
2 barrels .25
  73.87
box & tallow 1.00
box & salt .37
hatchet & lock .75
wheel & barrel 1.37
2 pigs 1.50
1 cow & bell 10.50
40 feet plank .40
5 ducks .50
1 stack of hay 1.37
1 horse waggon & harness 8.50
1 calf 1.75
5 saw logs 3.50
book account 11.00
  41.52
We certify that the foregoing is a true valuation of the property exhibited to us by Levi Updike, administrator of the estate of James Updike, deceased, Isaac Peck, John M. Veiley, November 1st 1847.
Received of Levi Updike administrator of the estate of James Updike, deceased, the sum of $114.40, being the full amount of the personal property of James Updike deceased as witness my hand and seal Tabitha Ann Updike.



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