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Patrick Joseph McMullan (Sr.)

Some refer to Patrick as Patrick Sr. because he had a grandson , Patrick (died in Mississippi) through his son, Thomas Jefferson McMullan

Born: August 15, 1772 in Orange County, Virginia
Died: August 31, 1836 in Elbert County, Georgia

Inventory of the estate of Patrick McMullan, Elbert County, Georgia

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Copied from Inventory Book 1835 - 1837 Pgs 352 - 355

Click Here for more information of Patrick McMullan, son of John McMullan (Our original ancestor).

This estate inventory is not complete. I will finish these pages when I can. I will also add scans of copies from the original court books. Where I cannot make out the spelling of a word, I have added a question mark or asterisks for each letter. When the scans are added, if you are able to make out some of the lost words, please contact me so I can make the necessary corrections - Jay Mc

Georgia
Elbert County
Court of the Ordinary   ******* adjourned Form 24th day 1837.
Ordered by the court that the within Return be recorded (signed) Attest Wm. B. Nelins C.C.P.

Recorded the 4th of February 1837. Wm. B. Nelins c,c,o,


Sale Est. of Patrick McMullan dec'd 1837

The inventory of the sale of the property of Patrick McMullan deceased December 20, 1836.

John Farmer 1 Spinning Wheel 56 1/2 - 1 Lot of barrels 1.18 3/4
1
75
 
 
 Do
 25 bushels of corn .71 per bushel
17
75
 
 
 Do
25 bushels of corn 70 1/2 per bushel
17
62 1/2
 
 
 Do
 25 bushels of corn 70 1/2 per bushel
17
 62 1/2
 
 
 Do
  25 bushels of corn 65 1/2 per bushel
16
37 1/2
 
 
 Do
  25 bushels of corn 65 per bushel
16
25
 
 
 Do
1 stack fodder 3.00 - 1 stack fodder 2.87 1/2
5
87 1/2
 
 
 Josiah Dobbs 2 spinning wheels
43 3/4
 
 
 Do
 Jackson Plantation rent for one year
26
 06 1/4
 
 
Do
 1 stack fodder 2.50 - 1 stack fodder 2.43 3/4
4
93 3/4
 
 
Do 
 1 stack fodder 3 3/4 to hire Henderson? negro boy 46.50
49
8 1 1/4
81 
25
 Robert Crump 1 foot wheel & flame styllyards?
-
-
 50
 Samuel Robertson 2 broad axes 2.12 1/2 - 1 sythe? & cradle 1.62 1/2
3
75
 
 
 Do
3 hogs 2 choice
47
50
51 
25
 Flemen Moulden 1 sythe & cradle 25 - 1 sythe & cradle 25
50
 
 
 Do
 1 jointer & jack plain37 1/2 - 1 pole axe 25
62 1/2
 
 
 Do
1 plow hoe & stock 43 3/4 - 1 plow hoe and stock 56 1/4
1
00
 
 
 Do
1 plow hoe & stock 37 1/2 - 20 pound tobacco 1.50
1
87 1/2
 
 
 Do
1 Pot Rack
1
00
5
00
 John W. Rhods 1 cross cut saw 1.75 - 1 cutting knife & saw 56 1/4
2
31 1/4
 
 
Do
25 bushels of corn .66 per barrel
16
50
18
81 1/4
Reuben Cash 1 lot augers draw in knife 1.50 - 1 plow hoe & single **** 31 1/4
1
81 1/4
 
 
Do
1 pole axe 1.00 - 1 lot hoes & old irons 1.00
2
00
 
 
Do
25 bushels of corn .63 per bushel
15
75
19
56 1/4
 Jeremiah Stowsen? 1 lot hoes
 
 
43 1/4

 Thomas Heighanuth?

2 axes & froe? 62 1/2 - 1 bull 906 1/4? - 5 hogs 13th choice 18.4 1/2?
 
28
12 1/2
 James Adams 1 lot of chisels
 
 
31 1/4
Wiley Shelton 1 lot files 43 3/4 - 2 stone jars .25 - Do 62 1/2
 
1
31 1/4
 Benjamin Brown Sr. 1 hand saw & sicke 1.00 - 1 hand vice 100
 
2
00
 Lawrence M. Adams 1 lot sickels and iron square
 
 
37 1/2
 John Seales 1 lot pewter
 
 
62 1/2
Kenny Tyler 3 Matt oxes 2.00 - to hire 1 negro woman silber? 30.12 1/2
 
32 
12 1/2
 William Mantz 3 stone jars 8 1 1/4 - 3 hogs 6 choice 33 3/4 - 5 head of sheep 7.18 1/4
41
31 1/4
 
 
Do
25 bushels of corn at 64 1/2 per bushel 16.12 1/2 - 25 bushels of corn at 63 per bushel 15.75
31
 87 1/2
 
 
 Do
80 do do shorter? 35 per bushel 28.00 - 25 do oats in the sheave 2.15?
31
18 1/4?
 
 
 Do
1 lot Geore? 35 cents? - head 4.90 - 1 lot plank 5.18 3/4 - 1 stack fodder 1.87 1/2
11
96 1/4
 
 
 Do
1 stack fodder 1.81 1/4 - 1 stack fodder 1.81 1/4 - 1 stack fodder 1.81 1/4 -
5
43 3/4
121
77 1/2

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