Inventory Est. Of John McMullin 1818

(Copied by Jay McMullan May 23, 2003. Spelling and markings left as they were)

Febry. 7th, 1818

A bill of appraisement of the goods & chattles of John McMullin late of Elbert County Dec.3

One young Clay Bank mare 55"00 One young bay mare 65"00

120

00

One coalt 40"00 One old bay mare 40"00 One old bay horse 35"00

115

00

Eleven seting chairs 4"50 - One pine table and cloath 3"50

8

00

One black walnut chest and cloath 5"00 - Ten books 2"00

7

00

Bible and small ****** 6"00 One razor .18 3/5

6

18 3/5

One fether bed bedsted and furniture

25

00

One fether bed bedstead and furniture

30

00

One fether bed bedstead and furniture

35

00

Four bed quilts and 2 Counterpiece 20"00 One clock real 1"50

21

50

One cotton wheal 2"00 - One shot gun and shot bag - 9"50

11

50

Five cows 75"00 Two yearlings 12"00 Eight head of hogs - 40"00

127

00

Seventeen pigs 10"00 Two hoes and two ******** 3"50

13

50

Two pole axes 2"50 - 3 shovle plows *** and sticks 2"50

5

00

One large pot 6"00 One handsaw 1"00 - one pare fore dogs 50

7

50

One pare fiso dogs 50 - One side saddle 11"00 One cotton wheal 75

12

25

One loom 8:00 - 2 pots One oven One skillet - 5"00

13

00

One pine table 50 - 2 trays and a sifter - 1"25

1

75

One pewter dish and 4 pewter plates

2

00

1 tin bucket, 1 tin coffee pot 4 tin cups

1

50

1 yethan dish and 7 plates 1"25 - 1 set of cups and sosers - 62

1

87 1/2

1 set of broken vete of cups and saey bole 43 3/5 - 1 cutting knife 1"00

1

43 3/5

2 lasheads and 2 mea tubs 2"00 - 1 Pine desk - 1"00

3

00

1 pare warping bares - 37 - 3 vials 25 - 1 stone jug 37

1

00

1 case bottle and crock 50 - 3 baskets - 50

1

00

1 negroe girl named Sarah

225

00

1 negroe fellow Cato 50"00 - tin trumpet and candle holder 56

50

56 1/2

1 looking glass 37 - 1 pare of stetyards - 1"00

1

3 1/2

 

841

93 3/5

We do certify that the foregoing is a true apraisement of the goods and chattles of John McMullin late of Elbert County Dec? With their true value ******** and certified by us this 7th Febry 1818


The warrant of appraisement and the appraiser both filed with the inventory


James Jones

James Banks

John Dobbs


Recorded the 13th May 1818 Job Weston C.C.O.