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INVENTORY OF RALPH COLESCOTT'S PROPERTY

Franklin County
August Term AD 1840
Page 372-375

An inventory of the goods chattles and effects of Ralph Colescott, late of Franklin County Indiana dec'd taken by John F. Dickerson, executor of the said dec'd with the assistance of Peter Updyke and David G. Hanna appraisers called and duly sworn for that purpose. The contents are as followed to wit:

P. 372 1 TUB & OLD IRON   .75
4 OLD BARRELS   1.00
2 OLD AXES   .75
1 SPADE & WEEDING HOE   .50
1 HOE HARROW 1.25
  1 GRUBBING HOE     .50
1 OLD PLOUGH IRON   .75
3 FLUSE HARROW TEETH   .25
1 IRON WEDGE   .50
1 LOG CHAIN 1.50
1 SCYTHE   .25
2 AUGERS & 1 CHISEL   .50
1 SAW & DRAWING KNIFE 1.00
1 MOWING SCYTHE   .50
1 MOWING SCYTHE & HANGINGS 1.25
1 WHEAT CRADLE   .25
1 BULL PLOUGH 1.75
1 DO LARGE BULL PLOUGH 2.50
1 DO LARGE SMALL PLOUGH 5.00
1 DOUBLE & SINGLE TREE 1.00
1 OLD SADDLE 1.00
1 PAIR ROPE TRACES & 2 PR HAMES   .25
1 RIDING BRIDLE 1.00
1 RIDING BRIDLE   .50
1 RIDING BRIDLE .371/2
4 OLD RIDING BRIDLES   .50
1 LARGE BELL   .25
1 HAMMER, 1 PR COMPASSES & HORSE PHLEAMS   .25
5 CHAIRS   .75
1  GRINDSTONE   .121/2
1 LARGE SPINNING WHEEL 1.50
1 OLD TUB   .121/2
1 HALF BUSHEL   .371/2
1 SPINNING WHEEL   .25
1 CHURN   .50
1 KEG OF ONIONS   .50
1 COFFEE MILL   .50
  1 SIX HUNDRED REED   .25
1 PAIR STEELYARDS   .50
1 BARREL CONTAINING DRIED APPLES 1.00
P 373 1 OLD BEDSTEAD   .25
2 OLD BARRELS   .50
2 BREAD TRAYS   .371/2
2 CROCKS & JAR   .371/2
1 REFLECTOR 1.371/2
1 LOT HALF BUSHEL   .871/2
5 TOE LINEN BAGS 1.25
1 SIEVE   .50
1 BAG CONTAINING DRIED PEACHES 3.121/2
1 BARREL OF DRIED APPLES 1.75
1 LOT LEATHER 1.621/2
1 BOX WHEAT @.75 PER BUSHEL, SUPPOSDED TO BE 6 BUSHELS 4.50
1 OLD BARREL OF PICKLED PORK SUPPOSED TO BE 40 LBS @ .04 PD 1.00
1 LARGE TUB OF PORK SUPPOSED TO BE 400 LBS AT .04 LB 16.00
1 DOUBLE BARREL OF PORK SUPPOSED TO BE 400 LB AT .04 LB 16.00
1 SIDE SADLE & BRIDLE 12.50
1 LARGE BRASS KETTLE  8.00
1 IRON POT & LARD 1.50
1 10 GALLON KETTLE 1.00
2 CROCKS LARD & JAR 2.00
1 CROCK APPLE BUTTER   .75
1 SMALL BRASS KETTLE 1.75
1 KEG VINEGAR   .50
1 BARREL SALT 2.50
1 18 GALLON KETTLE 2.00
1 POTT TRAMEL   .50
1 SHOT GUN 2.00
1 BARRELL BOILED CIDER 4.00
1 BARRELL BOILED CIDER 4.00
1 BARRELL COMMON CIDER 1.50
1 EMPTY BARREL 2.00
HARNESS FOR TWO HORSES & CHECK LINES 7.50
1 WAGGON COVER & BOWES 70.00
1 BAY COLT 20.00
1 BAY HORSE 75.00
1 SORREL HORSE 45.00
5 HEAD SHEEP 5.50
13 HEAD SHEEP 13.00
3 CALVES AT $3.50 EACH 10.50
1 RED HEIFER 7.00
1 RED SPOTTED COW 12.00
1 SPOTTED HEIFER 7.00
1 SPOTTED MULEY COW 12.00
P 374 9 SHOATS FIRST CHOICE 18.00
10 SHOATS SECOND CHOICE 15.00
11 SHOATS THIRD CHOICE 16.50
2 SPOTTED SOWS 5.00
1 WHITE SOW & PIGS 3.00
1 LOT WHEAT IN THE HILL SUPPOESED TO BE 20 BUSHELS MORE OR LESS @.75 BU 15.00
1 LOT OF BUCK WHEAT SUPPOESED TO BE 12 BU MORE OR LESS @. 50 BU 6.00
1 SMALL OAT STACK AT H. COLESCOTTS 4.00
1 LARGE STACK HAY 10.00
1 HAY SMALL STACK 3.00
1 RAKE & DUNG FORK   .561/4
1 CRIB CORN SUPPOSED TO BE 450 BUSHELS MORE OR LESS @ .311/4 BU 140.621/4
1 PEN CORN IN THE HUSK SUPPOSED TO BE 250 BU MORE OR LESS @ .311/4 BU 78.121/2
1 SHOVEL & TONGS   .50
1 PAIR FIRE IRONS 1.00
1 TIN BUCKET   .371/2
1 WOODEN BUCKET   .50
1 LANTERN   .25
1 PAIR SHEEP SHEARS   .50
1 FALLING LEAF TABLE & CLOTH 4.00
1 SMALL BREAKFAST TABLE   .75
1 SMALL TIN BUCKET   .121/2
1 FLAT IRON   .25
1 CORNER CUPBOARD & WARE 6.00
1 CROCK, CANDLESTICK, 1 PALTERPAN   .25
1 BUREAU 6.00
1 MANTLE CLOCK 10.00
1 LOT SHAVING INSTRUMENTS   .50
1 BED & BEDDING 17.00
1 SINGLE COVERLET   .75
1 SINGLE COVERLET 2.00
1 LINEN SHEET   .50
1 CURTAIN TOP   .121/2
1 SINGLE COVERLET 1.50
1 LINEN SHEET     .50
1 STAND OF CURTAINS 1.00
1 QUILT 1.50
1 BLANKET 1.75
1 SPOTTED QUILT 2.00
1 STAR QUILT 2.50
1 BED & BEDDING 22.00
1 PAIR BEDSTEADS, BEDDING 7 CURTAINS 42.00
1 LOOKING GLASS   .50
1 HAND GLASS   .121/2
P 375 2 HATS, 1 PAIR SHOES & A LOT OF CLOTHES 25.00
1 LARGE BLANKET     .50
1 TEA KETTLE   .50
1 SKILLET & LID   .50
1 SMALL POTT & SKILLET   .371/2
1 LARGE SKILLET & LID   .621/2
1 BAKE OVEN & LID   .621/2
1 LOT IRISH POTATOES SUPPOSED TO BE 5 BU @ .25 BU 1.25
1 WEEDING HOE   .121/2
1 3/4 CHISEL   .371/2
4 HEAD SHEEP 5.00
1/2 OF A FAN AT h. cOLESCOTTS 5.00
2 PAIRS SPECTACLES   .50
1 LOT OF SHEAF OATS 2.00
1 COFFEE MILL   .25
1 PAIR OLD PINCERS   .121/2
1 STRAP FOR A HALTER CHAIN   .183/4
1 PAIR OF HAY LADDERS   .25
1 RAG CARPET 1.871/2
                TOTAL $927.033/4 

DAVID C. HANNA

PETER UPDYKE, APPRAISERS

AMOUNT TAKEN UP AT THE APPRAISEMENT   $274.06 1/4

RESIDUE                                                                     $652.97 1/2

JOHN F. DICKERSON, EXC.

February 13 AD 1838.  The amt of money belonging to the estate of Ralph Colescott dec'd that was on hand at his death is as follows.

in specie 96.64
in notes (none in paper)
      1st.     J. Wilcox & Co. 31.19
      2nd    Samuel Kennedy's 15.00
      3rd    William Wheats     12.00
      4th     Harrison Colescotts 59.19
amount of money & notes      214.02
book accounts
      5th Sarah Adders acct for 991/2 bu corn to be delivered @.35 bu 34.821/2
                 TOTAL 248.841/2

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