Inventory of Jacob Williams

Franklin County
September Term A.D. 1852
Pages 180-182
The following is an inventory and appraisement of the personal effects belonging to the Estate of Jacob Williams late of Franklin County deceased made this 26 Sept 1849 by John W. Hitt & R. P. C. Barwick, freeholders of the neighborhood selected by Thos. Williams, administrator for that purpose to wit:
Article value
2/5 of 20 acres corn, 60 bushels per acre to be cribbed is 720 bushels at 25 180.00
2/5 of 10 acres corn, 50 bushels per acre to be cribbed is 200 bushels at 25 50.00
2/5 of 14 acres corn, 55 bushels per acre to be cribbed is 300 bushels at 25 77.00
9 choice hogs @ $4 36.00
18 head of stock hogs @ $1 18.00
cash 20.00
1 note made by John Barwick payable 25 Dec 1840 for $35.00 doubtful  
1 note made by Thomas Williasm payable 7 Dec 1848 48.50
1 note made by R. Tyner payable 7 Feb 1848 60.00
1 note made by Tyner payable 29 Nov 1848 50.00
1 note made by Tyner ? payable 28 Nov 1848 206.25
1 bureau 3.00
1 table & cover 3.00
1 candle stand & cover 1.50
1 clock & case 3.00
9 books for 2.00
1 bedsted, cord & valance 2.00
amot brot over  
1 bureau & book case 5.00
6 green chairs 2.50
1 rocking chair 2.00
8 split bottom chairs 2.00
1 settee 3.00
1 ps dom carpet 6.00
1 ps dom carpet 2.50
1 bbls vinegar 3.50
1 bbls soap 3.00
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bbl pickled meat 5.50
5 old bbls 1.00
1 cask & lard .75
6 jars for .75
1 ten plate stove & pipe 5.00
1 cooking stove & furniture 8.00
1 kitchen table 1.00
1 shovel & tongs .50
1 coffee mill .25
1 pr steelyards .50
2 sad irons .50
1 corner cupboard 3.00
1 apple peeler .75
1 side saddle 4.00
1 high post bedsted .25
2 low post bedsted & cord 3.00
9 crocks for .50
1 wood saw, 1 axe & 1 maul 1.25
2 bee stands 3.00
3 feather beds, 3 bolsters & 13 pillows 25.00
10 bed quilts 4.50
1 counterpane 1.00
2 double coverlets 10.00
1 single coverlet 2.00
3 blankets 10.00
5 underticks 3.00
2 woolen comforts 3.00
2 brooms .25
1 waiter .25
10 yds flannel 5.00
lot old salt in bbl & kettle .25
1 kettle & bake oven 1.50
1 grindstone & jug .15
1 lot yarn & blanket 14.00
7 bed quilts & 1 under tick 3.50
1 comfort .50
1 lot dried apples .35
1 churn .25
3 buckets .50
1 pr sheep shears nv
1 brass kettle 3.00
1 lot sundries 1.50
5 window curtains .50
1 bed quilt .75
8 sheets 2.00
14 pillow slips 1.75
1 mirror .40
1 lot old window papers .10
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1 lot knives, forks & spoons 1.50
1 lot queensware 3.00
1 keg sugar 1.00
4 ps harness leather .40
1 shovel, auger, mattock & bushel 1.75
1 buggy harness & whip 35.00
1 set waggon gears 8.00
1 old saddle & 2 bridles 1.50
carried over  
1 mowing scythe 1.50
3 sickles 1.00
3 pitchforks 1.00
1 lot of corn 90 bushels @ 25 22.50
5 tons hay @ $7 38.50
1 log chain 1.50
1 pr stretchers 1.00
23 bushel old wheat @ $1 23.00
10 bushel oats @ 20 2.00
1 waggon & feed trough 40.00
1 plough .75
1 patent churn .20
1 scoop shovel & hand saw 1.00
1 cutting box & sund. .50
1 doubl covelet 7.00
1 harrow 2.50
1 fanning mill .25
5 heifers 30.00
3 steers 18.00
10 geese @ 12 1.25
19 sheep @ 80 15.20
1 sorrell horse 12.50
3 milch cows 27.00
  $1,274.05

Before me Daniel St. John, a justice of the peace in & for said county this day personally came John F. Hitt & Roswell P. C. Barwick who being by me duly sworn on their oath say that the above and foregoing appraisement list of the personal property of Jacob Williams dec'd is just & true to the best of their judgment. J. W. Hitt, R. P. C. Barwick. Sworn and subscribed before me this 27th day of September 1849. Daniel St. John Justice of the Peace.


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