Inventory of Jonathan S. Ward

Franklin County
May Term AD 1847
Pages 510-511
An inventory of the goods, chattels & effects of Jonathan S. Ward, late of Franklin County, Indiana, deceased, taken by Samuel Davis administrator of the estate of said deceased with the assistance of E. Barber and John P. Case, appraisers called and duly sworn for that purpose.

3 tool chests 3.00
1 lot of sundries .25
1 knap sack & sundries .209
lot of tools for turning iron .25
3 small pieces hair cloth .50
cold chisel, anvil, rod & cup .50
1 small box & sundries old iron .50
1 panel & tenant saws 1.50
2 mallets, square & awl .31
7 guages & brush .50
1 slitting guage .50
flooring guage & sweep, bench hook .12
4 old plaines .75
1 drawing knife & screw driver .75
1 small box & fixings .06
1 small box & saw .25
1 oil stone 1.00
1 hammer & hatchet .50
9 chisels, box & scribe awl 1.00
saw set, rule, 2 pair compasses 1.00
6 Chisels 2.00
7 Augers 2.00
drawer No. 1 .20
drawer No. 2 .15
drawer No. 3 .05
drawer No. 4 .50
drawer No. 5 .25
drawer No. 6 .75
drawer No. 7 .12
drawer No. 8 & brace 3.00
drawer No. 9 1.25
drawer No. 10 1.25
match plains & 10 pins 4.00
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14 moulding & beading plaines 3.50
3 jack plaines 1.50
4 jointers 4.00
1 smoothing plaine .75
3 saws & frames .75
bevel & drill .50
2 framing squares 1.00
2 tenant saws 1.25
2 steel squares 3.00
2 old hand saws 1.00
old cloths & apron .25
2 pair slippers .50
1 pair brogans 1.25
5 pair socks .50
3 shirts & 2 pair drawers .75
2 vests 1.50
pants .50
1 round about .50
1 over coat 3.00
1 frock coat 4.00
4 pocket Hd .75
1 lot hosiery .37
brush'd brooms .25
looking glass, pen knife .50
lot vials .10
books & pamphlets .37
astromonical plates &c .25
shaving tools .50
yd carpet .25
1 pr scissors & thread .25
2 drum sticks .25
old file bound papers .50
4 pair spectacles .25
1 box .12
1 trunk .50
umbrella & cane .50
3 pencils & 2 pen knives .50
2 pocket books & purse .18 3/4
1 fur cap 2.00
1 silver watch 3.00
cash on hand in specie 1.81
3 Dol Norwalk O.[hio?] 3.00
5 State Bank Ia. 5.00
2 ones Bank Ia. 2.00

Given under our hands this 4th day of September 1845
E. Barber, J. P. Case appraisers



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