Cornelius Vieley Inventory

Franklin County
May Term AD 1839
Pages 190-192?

Inventory and appraisement of the goods and chattles belonging to the estate of Cornelius Vieley, deceased

1 folding leaf table & cover 10.00
14 windr chairs 8.00
4 bedsteads & bedding 45.00
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50 lbs common wool at 33 1/3 cts per lb 16.66 2/3
4 wheels and real 8.00
1 side saddle 6.00
1 knot of flax 1.00
6 lbs feathers at 28 cts per lb 1.68
cupboard ware 4.00
1 large kettle 2.00
1 large pot 1.37
2 small pots .62
1 skillet & led 1.50
1 bake kettle and gridiron 1.50
2 dutch ovens 1.50
1 copper kettle 1.50
1 fire shovel & tongs 1.50
1 folding leaf table 1.50
1 flat iron 0.50
2 candle sticks and molds 0.75
1 coffee mill 0.75
1 tin bucket 0.25
5 milk cows 40.00
2 young heifers 9.00
30 sheep 24.00
2 axes, 1 drawing knife and hand saw 2.00
1 iron wedge .87
1 plough 4.50
1 bee hive 2.00
1 log chain 2.00
2 pairs of double trees & ring? 4.00
1 check slick 0.50
1 f? 2.00
1 lot tools & scrap for iron plains 2.00
2 scythes & hangings 3 sickles 2.00
1 pare of streachers 1.00
1 four horse waggon 90.00
120 bushel wheat in sheaf 43.68 3/4
230 bushl oats 30.00
7 tons hay 27.00
1 set of britchen 5.00
4 bridle and 3 colr 2.25
4 belly bands & 2 hip straps 2.75
3 pair chains, hames, ha? &c 5.00
1 scoop shovel & pitch fork 0.50
1 loom, reed, gears & warping bars 4.00
26 hogs & 8 pigs 62.00
1 field of corn 60.00
1 bay stud colt 45.00
1 bay gelding 35.00
1 young yellow mare 50.00
chestnut sorrel mare 40.00
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5 pieces of bedding 3.00
1 tavern sign 2.00
1 stand & cover 0.50
6 pieces of bedding 7.00

Before me the undersigned one of the Justices of the peace within and for said county personally came David Hays and Joseph Goudie who being duly sworn on their oath solemnly saith that the foregoing inventory and appraisement of the goods and chattles belonging to the estate of Cornelius Vieley deceased late of the County aforesaid is just and true to the best of their knowledge and belief and further saith not.
Sworn and subscribed this 9th day of October AD 1833. John Wynn Justice of the Peace
Joseph Goudie
David Hays
David E. W. Vieley, Executor



Last Updated on 11/19/99