Inventory of John Updike

Franklin County
February Term AD 1847
Pages 408-410
An Inventory of the Estate, goods, chattels, rights, credits, money & effects of John Updike, late of Franklin County, State of Indiana, deceased, taken by Elijah Updike, administrator of the said estate of and appraised by Joseph Wilson and George Dickson, freeholders of the neighborhood, selected by the administrator who have been sworn as appraisers thereof

1 gray mare and colt 60.00
1 brown mare & colt 55.00
1 white & spotted cow 14.00
1 brindle cow 9.00
1 white heifer 6.00
1 red heifer 3.00
1 bull 4.00
29 geese 4.00
14 pigs 8.00
5 sows & pigs 11.00
16 head of hogs 56.00
12 head of sheep 12.00
1 lot chickens 3.00
1 field of corn 45.00
1 field of corn 45.00
1 lot of wheat in the barn 55.00
1 lot of hay in the barn 35.00
1 saddle & bridle 2.00
1 scythe & hanging 1.25
1 scythe & cradle 1.50
1 sett of harness 8.00
1 rake & fork 0.25
3 baskets 0.25
1 halter chain .12
1 plough 5.00
1 harrow 3.00
1 plough 2.00
1 shovel plough 2.50
1 plough 2.00
1 whipple tree & stretchers 1.00
2 breast chains 1.00
1 wagon 60.00
2 hoes 0.50
1 lot of sweet potatoes 2.00
1 stack of hay 10.00
1 beauro 8.00
1 bureau 1.50
1 stand 3.00
1 chest 1.50
1 table 1.50
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7 chairs 2.50
1 tin trunk 0.75
1 looking glass .12
1 gun 5.00
1 bedstead & bedding 12.00
1 bedstead & bedding 10.00
1 bedstead & bedding 6.00
1 trundle bed 1.00
29 yards of carpet 14.00
7 coverlids 39.50
7 blankets 14.00
2 quilts 4.25
4 sheets 1.50
8 yards of cloth 8.00
1 table cloth 0.50
1 widow curtain 0.25
2 towels 0.25
8 pillow cases .68 3/4
1 bureau cover .18 3/4
bed valants 2.00
4 pillow cases .37
1 towel 0.25
bed valants 0.25
map and pictures 0.50
razor & strap 0.50
1 pair of sheets 0.50
bottles & vials 0.25
1 clothes brush 0.25
2 flat irons 0.50
6 barrels 0.50
7 bags 3.00
1 lot of old irons 0.25
1 big wheel 3.00
1 wheel 0.25
1 lot of rolls 13.00
1 lot of wool 1.00
1 crock & clover seed 0.50
3 jugs .37
1 basket .37
1 lot of crocks 1.00
1 tub .37
1 lot of pie dishes .37
1 hammer 0.25
pot hook & cake turner 0.25
1 shovel 0.50
1 lot of pot metal 3.50
1 brass kettle 1.00
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2 buckets .31
1 griddle 0.50
lot of cupboard ware 1.00
1 tea pot 1.00
6 plates .62
1 set cups & saucers .62
1 barrel of vinegar 2.00
1 barrel of vinegar 0.75
1 barrel of salt 1.50
1 keg & lard 3.50
1 churn 0.50
1 barrel & meat 3.00
1 barrel & soap 0.50
1 cradle 1.00
1 promisory note for $100 date March 13, 1845 due 12 months after date, signed Elijah Updike,  
Peter Updike which in the judgment of the appraisers be collectable 100.00
Making in all $816.13 3/4

Given under hands the 3d day of September 1845
Joseph Wilson
George Dickson, appraisers



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