Inventory of Peter Updike

Franklin County
July Term AD 1862
Pages 350-351

An inventory of the personal estate of Peter Updike, deceased, taken by John F. Dickenson and appraised by George McNutt and Thomas Cummins.

No. Description of Property Valuation
1 1 white sow and 6 pigs 10.00
2 1 white sow and 7 pigs 7.00
3 7 shoats 35.00
4 1 sorrel horse 130.00
5 1 muley cow 17.00
6 1 white cow 16.00
7 1 red cow 16.00
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8 1 log chain 2.00
9 1 big plow .25
10 1 little plow .25
11 1 lot 26 (or supposed to be 300) boards 40 per board 2.00
12 1 lot of lumber - poplar 4.00
13 basket and grindstone .50
14 1 sugar kittle, 10 gallon 1.50
15 1 sugar kittle, 18 gallon 2.00
16 1 rain tub .25
17 1 cider barrel .25
18 poplar lumber in house 1.00
19 1 iron wedge, auger, harnefs .25
20 1 lot of corn (supposed to be 150 bushels) 25 per bu 37.50
21 1 buggy lines .50
22 1 dung fork .25
23 4 barrels .25
24 1 lot of hay supposed to be 3 tons at $10 per ton 30.00
25 1 rake .10
26 1 wind mill 2.00
27 1 lot of oats supposed to be 40 bushels at 20 pr bu 8.00
28 1 lot of wheat supposed to be 40 bushels at 80 pr bu 32.00
29 1 lot of chickens supposed to be 3 dozen at $1 pr doz 3.00
Notes
1 note on Harrison Updike dated August 24th 1858, due one day after date. Bearing interest from date. 27.33
2 Note on Aaron Updike dated 25 August 1858, due one day after date. Bearing interest from date 37.66
Note on Aaron Updike due 25 Dec 1858 25.00
3rd One note on Elijah Updike dated February the 3rd 1857. Due the day after date 32.50
4th 1 note on Virgil Updike dated March the 31st 1856. Due 12 months after date. Bearing interest from date. Doubtful. 100.00
5th 1 note on Benjamin and M. Smith dated January the 9th 1856. Due 12 months after date with interest from date. Interest paid up to January the 9th 1860 100.00
6th 1 note on Matthew and John Barber dated January the 6th 1855. due 12 months after date. Bearing interest from date. 5.56
7th 1 note on Daniel Howell dated the 25th of March 1852. Due one day after date. This note not supposed to be worth any thing. 00
8th By cash on hand 103.75
Total $792.62

Signed by us this 18th day of April A.D. 1861
George McNutt
Thomas Cummins, appraisers
John F. Dickerson, Executor

Personal property taken by Margaret Updike widow of the late Peter Updike deceased in accordance with items first of said decedents will.

No. Description of Property Valuation
30 1 bed and bedding and stead 20.00
31 1 bed and bedding and stead 20.00
32 1 bureau 6.00
33 1 bureau 5.00
34 1 small desk 1.00
35 1 lot of bed covers 8.00
36 1 lot of bed covers 5.00
37 1 bed and beding stead 17.00
38 1 bed and beding stand 8.00
39 1 bed and beding stand 10.00
40 1 sheet, blanket, coverlet 3.00
41 2 double coverlets 10.00
42 2 comforts, 1 blanket, 2 bed covers 5.00
43 2 box and stand .05
44 2 double coverlets 10.00
45 fire broom .75
46 2 one set of chairs 3.50
47 1 set of chairs 1.50
48 1 dining table 3.00
49 1 par steelyards .50
50 1 stand 1.00
51 1 clock 2.00
52 1 breakfast table 2.00
53 1 wash tubb .25
54 1 cupboard and ware 6.00
55 1 cupboard and ware 4.00
56 stove and cooking utensils 5.00
57 1 churn and 3 bread trays 1.75
52 12 milk pans .60
53 brafs kettle 1.00
54 1 wooden bucket .10
55 2 tin buckets .60
56 lot of tin ware .60
57 2 coffey mills .50
58 2 jugs and 1 pan .30
59 2 lard cans 2.00
60 2 jars and 2 crocks .40
61 1 big wheel .10
62 1 little wheel .10
63 1 reel .10
64 3 tubs .50
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65 1 vinegar barrel .25
66 1 meat tub 1.00
67 8 bags 1.00
68 1 meal sive .10
69 1 wash bowl .08
Total $189.10

Signed by us this 18th day of April A.D. 1861
George McNutt
Thomas Cummins, appraisers
John F. Dickerson, Executor

On the 13th day of June 1861 said executor filed in the office of the clerk of said Court of Common Pleas the following additional inventory to wit:
An additional inventory of the personal estate of Peter Updike deceased taken by John F. Dickerson executor and appraised by George McNutt and Thomas Cummins.

No. Description of Property Valuation
30 coop shovel .50
31 wood saw .40
32 madock .25
33 1 ax .25
34 1 meat tub .25
Total $1.55

Signed by us this 16th day of May 1861
George McNutt
Thomas Cummins, appraisers
John F. Dickerson, Executor


Last modified 26 May 2005