Inventory of George W. Ward

Franklin County
September Term AD 1848
Pages 239-240
Salt Creek Township
Sworn to and subscribed to by me this 5th day of November 1846, John Wildridge, Justice of the Peace, Stips Hill, Salt Creek Township, Franklin Co., Indiana, November th 1846 Bill of appraisement of the property of George W. Ward deceased.

1 two horse wagon 20.00
1 bay horse 35.00
1 bay mare 30.00
1 set gearing & holter for 2 horses 8.00
1 spotted cow 8.00
1 muly cow 7.00
1 black heifer 4.00
8 head of sheep @ 75 6.00
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4 hogs in log pen 7.50
Lot No 1, 25 shoats 11.00
1 calf 1.00
1 lot No. 2, 13 shoats 9.75
1 lot No.3, 4 sows 7.00
11 geese 1.37
1 log chain 2.00
2 heffers (1 red & 1 spotted) 8.50
12 firce? 2.50
1 lot lumber 6.00
1 lot of shingles 5.00
1 scythe & cradle 1.00
1 mowing scythe 1.00
1 lot of old irons 1.00
2 augers .25
1 shovel plough 1.25
1 lot pot metal & gridiron 2.00
1 pair of shovel & tongs 1.00
2 buckets .25
1 lot of cupboard ware 1.00
1 old bureau 1.00
2 beads & bedsteads, legs turned over 8.00
1 brass clock 5.00
1 old axe .50
1 reel .50
15 harrow teeth 3.50
1 stack of oats 6.75
2 fields of corn 30.00
1 pair iron sled souls .50

Moses Bowman
John M. Allen, [appraisers]
Robert A. Ward, administrator



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