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The following are the inventory, sale bill and the slave & land division from the 
ESTATE OF

JACOB WARNER
DATED AUGUST 13, 1860

APPRAISEMENT BILL OF THE PROPERTY OF JACOB WARNER DECEASED

Transcribed by Darrell Warner from the Bath County, Kentucky estate settlement book #3 pages 219, 220, and 221. I scanned this and enlarged it to read it better. In places where I was not able to read it properly I put a question mark. I also added up the totals and it came up to be $8740.10 not including the notes and accounts.

Jack negro boy 20 years old $1200.00
Stepp 17 years old $1100.00
Aggy 37 years old & child 3 weeks old $700.00
Malinda 14 years old & boy child 1 year $1000.00
Mary 12 years old $1000.00
Betty 6 years old $500.00
Fielding 4 years old $300.00
Isaac 8 years old $500.00
Franky supposed to be 40 or 50 $00.00
A lot of wheat supposed to be 40 or 50 bushel $1.25
A lot of my supposed to be 35 bushel .70
72 head hogs at $3.50 per head $252.00
108 head sheep $1.35 each $145.80
28 Geese at .10 each $2.80
1 horse wagon-double tire? $20.00
1 large harrow $6.00
1 sorrel horse $00.00
1 bay mare and colt $175.00
1 bay mare $50.00
1 young bay horse $80.00
1 young bay horse $85.00
1 bay mare colt? $75.00
1 boy horse colt $55.00
1 white horse $20.00
2 mules $220.00
1 mule $70.00
4 heifers with calf $17.00 each $68.00
7 yearling steers and heifer $9.00 each $63.00
1 cow and calf $18.00
2 cow and calves $30.00
5 cow and calves $100.00
4 steers $80.00
2 heifers $30.00
1 bull $20.00
1 yoke oxen $100.00
1 yoke oxen $100.00
4 shovel plows
2 diamond plough & double (can't read last word) $12.00
6 old plough & cutter $2.00
pick grubbing hoe spade shovel drill & crane $2.50
2 log chains $2.50
lot of old irons plough wedges hammer $5.50
1 cutting box $1.00
3 sythes & snoths? $2.25
1 crosscut saw $4.00
lot of tools $2.00
gearing and hamer? $6.00
grindstone .25
1 wagon trough $1.00
lot castings & brass kettle $5.00
lot of stove ware $6.00
2 sythes and cradles $3.00
tallow and lard $11.00
lot box & empty barrels $4.00
soap $8.00
1 big wheel $1.50
3 buckets & a churn $1.50
1 clock $5.00
10 split bottom chains $4.00
3 large chains $3.00
1 book case bottles & phials? $2.50
1 cott & 2 beds & bedding $25.00
1 water stand .50
2 dining tables $6.00
5 table spoons silver $12.00
bureua and suger chest $5.00
2 pair steelyards $2.00
43 peices bacon supposed to be 600 $60.00
corn in crib supposed to be 30 bushel at $1.50 each $45.00
1 field oats 9 acres $3.00 each $27.00
1 field oats 11 acre $3.00 each $33.00
1 field corn 16 acres at $6.00 each $96.00
1 field corn 18 acres at $4.50 each $80.00
2 peices oats supposed to be 12 acres at $2.50 each $30.00
field wheat 9 acres $5.00 each $45.00
4 acres my? at $1.50 each $6.00
2 fields corn supposed to be 15 acres $75.00
1 note on R.E. & Jo Richards due Feby 18, 1852 interst p to Jan. 1860 $4.00
1 note on Jeff Dawson and Jeff Rice due 1 Jany 1855 interest p to Feby 1, 1859 $4.76
1 note on A.W. Wells, R. Wells & E. Wells due 2 March 1859 for $528.56
1 note on James Brother & E.V. Brother due 1st Jany 1860 $3.00
1 note on Robt Wells & A.J. Ewing due 25th Dec 1859 for $1.50
1 on Dudly & James Warner due 15th Jany 1857 interest p to Jany 14, 1860 $2.00
amount of accounts $42.75
amount of money on hand $26.00

 We the undersigned appraisers of the estate of Jacob Warner due certify that the foregoing pages contains a true perfect inventory of said estate.
signed Rane Chastain & James Ragland
 

State of Kentucky
Bath County

I   R.H. Conner clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid do certify that the sale bill of the personal estate of Jacob Warner deceased was this day produced in open court approved and ordered to be recorded whereupon the same with this certificate has been duly admitted to record in my office given under my hand this 13th day of August 1860.
signed R.H. Conner clerk

Actual copy of page 1 of the appraisal from the Estate of Jacob Warner
Actual copy of page 2 of the appraisal from the Estate of Jacob Warner
Actual copy of page 3 of the appraisal from the Estate of Jacob Warner

SALE BILL OF THE ESTATE OF 
JACOB WARNER DECEASED

The following is the sale bill of the estate of Jacob Warner transcribed by Darrell Warner from the Bath County, Kentucky estate settlement book pages 214, 215, 216, 216, 217 and 218.  I scanned the pages to enlarge them so I could read them better. If there was anything I could not read it will be marked with a question mark.

Dudley Wilson lot of old irons .25
David Arnold fire fender $1.10
A. Crook lot old irons .25
J.A. Warner lot old irons .50
A. Warner hoe .30
J.A. Warner lot of tool $1.30
J. Lansdel 3 cutting knives .80
J.B. Hughes brier cythes $1.75
Jacob Warner 1 log chain $1.40
J. Lansdel 1 log chain $1.75
R. Harper steelyard .80
A. Warner small steelyard .85
J. Lansdel 1 wedge .25
Jacob Warner wagon tires $1.05
Jacob Warner cythe & cradle $2.30
A. Warner cythe & cradle $2.60
Lansdel 1 cross cut saw $3.20
J. Warner 1 cythe .50
Lansdel 1 cuting box $1.20
Lansdel 1 lot of oats $1.20
J. Warner 1 lot of irons .10
Lansdel frying pan .20
J. Warner Jr. cythe and sneed .95
Lansdel 1 large kettle $1.00
Lansdel 1 kettle .60
A. Warner 1 large pot and kettle $1.50
Lansdel sack and basket .75
Lansdel 2 buckets .65
J. Warner 1 harrow $4.00
Lansdel 1 shovel plow .75
A. Warner 1 shovel plow .75
James Warner pair stretchers .25
Lansdel 1 shovel plow .30
Lansdel 1 diamond plow $7.00
A. Warner 1 diamond plow $5.00
A. Warner lot of plows .25
Lansdel 1 colter .20
A. Warner 3 plows .30
Lansdel venigar $1.00
A. Warner venigar .80
Jacob Warner hoe $1.00
Jacob Warner saw & knife $1.50
Lansdel 2 hoes .50
A. Warner hoe & Matock .80
J.H. Gudgell 1 axe .40
James Warner hoe and shovel .70
Lansdel brier cyth $1.00
Jacob Warner drills $1.50
D. Arnold crain $1.10
A. Warner pair gear $1.50
Jacob Warner pair gear $1.10
Jacob Warner 1 wagon $10.00
can't read lot of gear $2.50
Lansdel 1 bureau $7.50
Lansdel sugar desk .60
C. Whittington 1 cupboard $1.25
Lansdel bottles vials .60
Lansdel molasses stand .50
Lansdel silver spoons $12.00
Lansdel knives and forks .60
Lansdel 1 table $6.50
Lansdel water stand $1.50
Lansdel Brastiad? $1.50
S. McDonald cot and bed $3.00
A. Warner bra & bidding $7.00
George Pieratt shotgun $7.50
Boly Haodon? press $3.00
Lansdel clock $5.00
Lansdel table $3.25
A.T. Warner large chart $2.75
A. Warner saddle $1.00
Lansdel big wheel $2.25
Lansdel plow $1.50
Lansdale meal .25
A.T. Warner 2 large chains $4.25
Lansdel 1/2 dozen chains $2.00
Bolly Haddon 1/2 dozen chains $2.50
Lansdel stone ware .70
Lansdel stoneware $1.50
Lansdel buckets .10
Lansdel buckets .60
Lansdel churn .60
J.B. Hughes traft? .25
Lansdel 1/2 bbl soap $2.00
Lansdel 1/2 bbl of soap .05
Lansdel wheat 10 at $1.40 $14.00
Lansdel wheat 10 at $1.20 $12.00
Jonas Warner 18 bus wheat $21.00
A. Warner 3 bu wheat $3.60
J. McDonald 9 bu wheat at $1.20 $10.80
Lansdel rye 10 bu 75 cents $7.50
J. M. McDonald 24 bu rye at 60 cents $14.40
J. Craig 1 sorrell horse $1.00
J. Warner 1 black mule $150.00
J. Warner 1 bay mule $150.00
A. Warner mare & colt $162.00
W. Elridge 1 bay mare $42.50
A.T. Warner 1 bay horse $84.00
J. Ragland 1 bay horse $89.00
D. Arnold bay filly $95.00
J. Ragland 1 yearling colt $58.00
J. Warner 1 bay mule $55.00
A. Warner 1 white horse $5.00
S. Kincaid 1 cow and calf $24.50
J.W. Barny or Barns 1 cow and calf $40.00
Sudduth 1 bull $16.50
J. M. McDonald 1 yoke oxen $105.00
J. Ragland 1 yoke oxen $101.50
D. Goodpaster 1 red cow $8.50
B. Jackson 1 cow and calf $13.50
J.H. Gudgell 1 cow and calf $18.25
Lansdel 1 roan cow and calf $26.00
C. Shultz 1 large red cow and calf $22.00
J. Jones 1 cow and calf $20.00
J.W. Ginter 1 red heifer $18.00
B. Jackson 1 cow $14.25
J. Gudgell 1 cow and calf $23.00
H. McKinivin 1 cow and calf $21.50
A. Warner 4 ea 2 year old steers at $20.00 $80.00
J. Gudgell 1 red heifer $11.75
H. McKinivin 1 white heifer $10.25
J. P. Fichlin 4 yearling heifers at $9.00 $36.00
J. P. Fichlin 2 heifers at $10.75 $21.50
J. P. Fichlin 1 heifer $9.00
R. Harper 25 choice sheep at $2.65 $66.50
B. Becraft 20 choice sheep at $2.00 $40.00
A. Warner Jr. 32 choice sheep at $1.75 $56.00
F. Shirley 20 choice sheep at $1.30 $26.00
P. Steel 8 choice sheep at $1.10 $8.80
B. Haddon 100 lbs. bacon at 12-1/2 cents $12.50
A. Warner 200 lbs. bacon at 12-1/2 cents $25.00
A. Warner 100 lbs. bacon at 12-1/2 cents $12.50
J. W. Downs 232 lbs. bacon at 12-1/2 cents $29.00
R. M. Comer 18 bb corn $32.40
Jacob Warner lard at 8 cents 20 lbs. $1.60
Jacob Warner boxes and barrels $2.40
G. Chastine 1 dish .25
R. Fisher knives .10
Lansdel 4-1/2 at $2.10 ea $9.45
Lansdel sow and pigs $13.10
D. Arnold 5 sow and pigs $63.00
C. Whittington 2 sows $7.60
G. McDaniel 25 choice hogs at $8.15 for a total of $203.75
Lansdell 27 hogs at $3.00 for a total of $81.00
T. Ewing hire of Aggy $23.00
H. Gill hire of Malinda $12.00
Mrs. McDonald hire of Mary $16.00
J. A. Warner hire of Jack $40.00
J. A. Warner hire of Step $30.00
Lansdel hire of Isaac $4.00
Mrs. McDonald hire of Bet $3.00
Lansdel lot cooking ware $2.50
Lansdel spade .60
Lansdel lot cooking vessels $1.90
Lansdel tea kettle .60
J. Lansdel 3 boxes .05
J. Lansdel 1 cornfield 8a 2r 5p at 7.75 per acre $66.12
J. Lansdel 1 cornfield at $6.00 per acre 6 acres $36.00
A. Warner wheatfield 6a 3r 25p at 9.75 per acre $67.32
J. Richard oatfield 6a 2r at $3.00 per acre $19.50
Lansdel oatfield 2-1/2 acres at $3.50 per acre $8.75
J. Richard rye field 3a 1r 14p at $5.00 per acre $16.70
A. Warner oatfield a14 r3 at $4.50 per acre $66.37
L. Goodpaster & Co. oatfield 9a 3r at $3.50 per acre $36.56
A. Warner sugar orchard field a15 ro p10 at $9.00 per acre $135.56
J. Warner cornfield 17a 3r 12p at $5.00 per acre $89.12
Lansdel house garden $28.00
A. Warner large paster $40.00
Lansdel paster $10.50
Jonas Warner .50
Lansdel sheep skin traft .60
Lansdel sled $1.40
Lansdel plow toch? .75
Lansdel syth & sneed? $1.40
J. Brother adze? .75
J. Warner log sled and chain $1.40
Mrs. McDaniel 1 sow $11.00
A. Warner paster .50
Lansdel grindstone and gluts? .80
Lansdel 18 lbs talloow and 11 cts $1.98

The forgoing pages contain a correct list of sale notes, money and accounts belonging to the estate of Jacob Warner deceased. The sale was made on credit until the 25th of Dec 1860.
signed James McDonald June 27, 1860
 

State of Kentucky 
Bath County

I   R.H. Conner Clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid do certify that this sale bill of the estate of Jacob Warner deceased was this day produced in open court and ordered to be recorded. Whereupon the same with this certificate has been duly admitted to record in my office. Givin under my hand this 13th day of August 1860.
signed R.H. Conner.

Actual copy of the sale bill from the Estate of Jacob Warner page 1
Actual copy of the sale bill from the Estate of Jacob Warner page 2
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Actual copy of the sale bill from the Estate of Jacob Warner page 4
Actual copy of the sale bill from the Estate of Jacob Warner page 5

SLAVE AND LAND DIVISION OF THE 
ESTATE OF JACOB WARNER

Transcribed by Darrell Warner from the Estate Settlement Book #3 from Bath County, Kentucky pages 165, 166, 167, 168 and 169

The undersigned Commissioners appointed at the last December Term of the Bath County Court to divide the slaves and land of the late Jacob Warner among his and being first duly sworn met on the premises on the day of December 1860 and after adjourning from day to day made and effected the following division to the best of their abilities and judgment as follows towit,

Slaves
Lot 1  Allotted to Sally McDonald the wife of J.M.. McDonald, a Negro boy named
Fielding and a girl names Betty valued at $800 and lot #4 (Jonas Warner) to pay her the sum of sixty four dollars and 25 cents.

2nd  To the heirs of Nancy Young deceased, who was the wife of Reuben Young, Negro woman named Aggy and her child Dick valued at $850 and lot #4 Jonas Warner to pay them the sum of $14.

3rd  To the heirs of William P. Warner deceased, Negro girl Mary valued at $800 and lot #4 (Jonas Warner) to pay them fifty seven dollars and the heirs of Hetty
Whittington who was the wife of (information missing) to pay them $7

4th  To Jonas Warner Negro boy Jack $1000 and he to pay out as above stated.

5th  To the heirs of Hetty Whittington Negro boy named Step valued at $1000 and they to pay to the heirs of William P. Warner as above stated $7 also to lot 7 (Allen Warner) the sum of $128.75

6th  To Margaret Arnold the wife of David Arnold, Negro girl Malinda and her child John valued at $1000 and she to pay lot #7 (Allen Warner) the sum of $135.75

7th  To Allen Warner, Negro boy Isaac at $600 and Margaret Arnold as above stated to pay him $135.75 and lot #5 Hetty as above stated to pay him $128.75 making and equal division in seven equal shares valued at $864.25 each.

Your commissioners have also made the following division of land of said Warner among his heirs as follows.

Lot no. 1 allotted to Margaret Arnold the wife of David Arnold bounded as follows on the lower farm and in the plat (word) annixed marked 969.  Beginning at the letter A on the plat thence N81 E49.7 poles to a Honey Locust thence N55-3/4 E40 poles to 42 on plat thence S18-1/2  E8.74 to 15  S42  E29.5 to 24 a stake S87  E7-1/2 to a stake intersection of the line of the Deed from Smith and Allen to Warner thence with 8 lines S69  E15 poles to S on plat a stake S62  E16  S65  E19  S53  E35  N80  E12 to the brink of a dripping rock in Trumbo line thence S42-1/2  E7 poles  S22  W18 poles  S14  W36 poles a stake formally a Sugar Tree on bank of Slate at the ford of Slatey Point thence crossing Slate S46  W8 poles to stake at low water mark on opposite side thence up the meandering of Slate at low water mark W17-1/2  W50 poles W76  W11 poles  S56.21  W62.4 poles again crossing Slate to a stake between a Lynn and Hickory on bank of Slate intersecting the Warner line thence up the meandering at low water mark S23  W20.4  poles S9  W40.4 to a stake bearing to a large Beech  N32 thence leaving Slate N32  W179.5 poles to the beginning containing 82 acres.

2nd  On same plat allotted to the heirs of William P. Warner deceased.  Beginning at same stake as lot #1 thence S87-1/2  W18.72 poles to a stake corner to  Goodpaster near the gate going into the Warner Owingsville Road which road to the intersection of the Mount Sterling Road is also allotted to lot #2 thence S51  W23 poles to a stake at letter C on the plat thence s31-3/4  E218 poles to stake at low water mark on bank of Slate corner to lot 3 at letter M thence with the meanders down N31  E18.2 to 10 on plat thence N9  E40.4 to B on plat corner to lot #1 thence N32  W179-1/2 to beginning 50 acres.

3rd  On same plat allotted to Allen Warner beginning at C on the plat thence 31-3/4
E218 poles to stake at M  on plot thence up the meanders S31  W53 at 11 on plot thence S48  W10 poles to 12 on plat thence S63  W16 poles to G  on plat thence W31-3/4  W63  to E  on plot this last line leaving Slate thence S58  W36.5 poles to 22 to stake at low water mark on Slate thence up the meanders of Slate N24  W  N30 W N26 W N24 W  poles in all 151.32 to figure 1 on plat at large rock thence leaving Slate N51  E55.6 to beginning containing 66 acres.

Lot no. 4  On same plat a part of lot 4 allots to Sarah McDonald wife of J's M.
McDonald.  Beginning at the letter G  on the plot corner to lot no. 3 thence N31-3/4
W63 poles to E  on plat thence S58  W36.5 to 22 stake at low water mark on the Slate thence down the meanders of Slate S12  E30 poles to 23 on plot S16  W26 poles at 14 on plat just below the ford of Slate at the turn of Slate thence S53 W11.32 at 13 thence N63  E poles to the beginning.
The other part of lot 4 on Warner upper farm allotted to same the plat marked 696.
Beginning at the figure 21 on plat a Coffee Bean, Buckeye and Sugar Tree corner to William P. Warner's heirs thence N87-3/4  W240 poles at 13 to a stake near Sycamore on the bank of Slate at low water mark thence down slate with the meanders W23  E19 to figure 14  W47  E28  N63  E19  W83  E20  S76  E109  N88  E20.8 to the foot of the hill a stake now at figure 19 on plat thence leaving slate up the hill dues east 50.4 poles to Sugar Tree and Elm across the road corner to W. P. Warner's heirs thence due south 30.4 poles to beginning 55.0.05 poles.

5th Allotted to Jonas Warner.  Beginning at figure 21 same plat marked 696 thence S14  E43 poles to A  on the plat thence S87-3/4  W213 poles to B on the plat a stake on bank of Slate at low water mark thence down the meanders N5  W21.5 poles to 11 on the plat thence N39-1/2  W16 to 12  N48  W36 to 13 corner to lot no. 4 a stake near Sycamore thence S87-3/4  E240 poles to beginning containing 66 acres.

6th allotted to the heirs of Hetty Whittington same marked 696.  Beginning at letter B  on plat corner to lot 5 thence N87-3/4  E112 poles to letter C  on plot a stake in line of lot 5 thence S2-3/4  E182 poles to a Sugar Tree in James Ragland line at letter E  on plat thence N88  W23 poles to center of Slate thence down the center N32  W100 poles to Sycamore near mouth of a drain at figure 7 on plat thence down meanders on east side N45  W29 to 8  N23  W50  N15  W14  N5  W12.5 to beginning 84 acres.

Lot #7 allotted to the heirs of Nancy Young who was the wife of Reuben Young.
Beginning at the letter A  on the plat corner to lot no. 5 thence S14  E15.3 poles to the figure 22 in a hollow corner to W. P. Warner's heirs thence N88  E4 poles to 1 a
Buckeye Sugar & Ash corner to Hughes also aforesaid heirs thence S19  W106.4 to stake side of road near Hughes fence thence S42  W24.4 to Sugar Tree in road to 3 on plat S2-1/2  W25 stake in corner of Hughes fence at S20  W30 to two Sugar Trees in James Ragland's line at 5 on plat thence N88  W35 poles a Sugar Tree at letter E  on plat thence N2-3/4  W182 poles to stake at C  on plat corner to lot 6 thence N87-3/4  E100.5 poles to beginning 84 acres.

All of which is respectfully submitted to the Honorable Bath County Court this 26th day of January 1861
(can't read who signed it)

There are two pages of drawing showing how all the land was divided out.
 

State of Kentucky
Bath County

I  R.H. Conner clerk of the County Court for the aforesaid do certify that the division of the land and slaves of Jacob Warner deceased was this day produced in open court approved confirmed and ordered to be recorded.  Whereupon the same with this certificate has been duly admitted to record in my office Given under my hand this 11th day of February 1861
signed R.H. Conner

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