Inventory of Isabella Wynn

Franklin County
June Term A.D. 1851
Pages 143-144

Before me the undersigned one of the justices of the peace within and for said county personally came James Roudie and Thomas Eldon and was duly sworn to appraise the goods and chattles contained in the following inventory at the fair value belonging to the estate of Isabella Wynn, deceased. Given under my hand and seal this 28th day of January A.D. 1833. John Wynn, Justice of the Peace.
Inventory and appraisement of the goods and chattels belonging to the estate of Isabella Wynn, deceased

25 sheep 25.00
7 hogs 7.00
1 sow & pigs 1.62
1 cow spotted 10.00
1 cow red 10.50
1 red & white steer 4.50
1 red steer with a white face 4.00
1 year old steer 2.00
1 year old heifer 1.00
1 mare 35.00
1 bay yearling filley 20.00
1 spring colt 12.00
hay 10.00
1 lot oats in sheaf 1.80
1 lot geese 1.25
1 lot chickens & duck 2.25
1 spade, dung fork, axe & hoe .87
1 lot old vessels, box &c 1.00
1 cheese press & hoop 1.00
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2 kettles 2.00
the above propety is directed by the will of said deceased to be sold $152.80
Personal property belonging to the estate of Isabella Wynn deceased specifically willed as follows  
Isabela, daughter of Joseph Wynn, 1 lot of china ware 6.00
Isabela, daughter of John Wynn, 1 saddle 12.00
1 ??, 1 satin wrapper or riding coat 7.00
William Eldon, 1 stand 1.50
1 clock 12.00
to Isabella Medd, 1 bed, bolster, & pillows, 1 pair of sheets, pillow casess, 1 blanket and lot of bed hangings 20.00
The residue of the deceased wearing apparell to be equally divided among the three Isabella's mentioned above 53.00
  $111.50


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