Sample Inventory

Aaron Hutchinson’s Inventory, 1802

Windsor County Court House, Woodstock, VT

Volume 3, Page 15

The following is a true inventory of the real and personal estate of The Revd Aaron Hutchinson late of Pomfret deceased which was shown us by Hutchinson agent to the administrator to said estate taken and appraised by us this fifth day of October A.D. 1801.

The farm on which said deceased lived containing about two hundred and twenty a cres and the house barn and sawmill —————————$2200.30
The store 250 potash 60———————————— 310—
One sorrel horse four years old ——————————— 45—
One grey three year old mare ———————————– 35—
One pair of oxen fatted and killed last winter ——————- 40—
One cow sold to Mr Barrett for 21.50 —————————- 21.50
One cow brown color ——————————————– 14—
Two other cows one line backed 15. The other 14 —————–29—
Eight old sheep and two lambs ————————————- 17—
One two year old heifer ——————————————— 12—
One yearling bull ————————————————— 7.50
One best bed and underbed bedstead pillows and bolster —– 13—
Do next best do do 12—
Three beds at 5.00 including pillows and bolsters 2 underbeds 15—
Three bed quilts —————————————————- 6—
One bedstead 1.33 do 50 do 50 —————————- 2.33
Six white woolen blankets——————————————- 9—
Four checked do ——————————————————- 8—
One checked red and white do ———————————— 3—
Eight sheets ———————————————————– 9—
Ten pillow cases 2.08 one suit curtains old 3 ——————— 5.08
Curtains valance 1. Five linen window curtains 4 —————- 5—
Four table cloths 4 five towels 1.67 ——————————– 1.67
Two coverlids 5. One old looking glass 1 ————————— 6—
One case of drawers ————————————————— 3—
One cherry table 2. One light stand 1 —————————— 3—
One square table ,67 Eleven colored chairs 3-50 ————- 4.17
Two great chairs ——————————————————- 2—
Old white chest ,17 one meal chest, 50 ————————— .67
One bell ,83 one hammer , 25 ————————— 1.08
Nine white chairs —————————————————- 3—
Five volumes of Henry on the bible —————————– 12—
Six volumes of Stackhouse do ————————————– 12—
Crudon Concordance —————————————— 3—
One note vs Lemuel Winslow to Alexander Hutchinson ——– 6—
Naestrich theology Latin two Vol. ————————— 2—
Gordons Gammer one Vol ————————————– .50
Letters on Theron and Asp (?) 2 Vol. ——————————- 1—
Harveys dialogues three Vol —————————————— 2.25
Greek Septuagint Two Vol —————————————- 3—
Greek Lexicon 1 Do testament, 83 ———————————- 1.83
Confession of Faith one Vol —————————————- .50
Classical Dictionary – Do ———————————————- .12
Introduction to the making of latin one Vol ————————– .50
Naither’s (?) Cometh ——————— do ————————- .12
Latin Exercises 1 Vol. 17 – Do Colloquium do 17 ——————-.34
Latin Theology white cover ————- one Vol —————— .50
Erasmus Latin ——————————- do ——————- .41
Cicero’s Epistles Latin ———————- do ———————– .25
John Leton Latin ——————————do ———————- .12
Sacred Dialogues Latin ——————do ————————— .17
Latin Dialogues without cover ————–do———————– .10
Do and Greek ——————————— do ———————–.17
Half covered latin book dictionary (?) —–do————————-.17
Latin Dictionary 1.75. Horace with paper .25 ———————– 2.—
Part of Greek testament ,10 Do & Greek grammer ,06 ————–.16
Part do worn out nearly .6 Latin logic .6 ——————————-.12
Bible 50. Psalm book, 33 ———————————————— .83
Bunch of pamphlets —————————————————— .50
Old wool Eighteen pounds ———————————————-6—
Poor do Eight pounds ————————————————-1.42
Wool shorn this year twenty seven and half pounds at 2 S ———- 9.17
Hat 2 a coat, 6 ———————————————————- 8—
Velvet vest and small clothes ——————————————- 4.—
Great coat 2.50 black gown 1.25 —————————————3.75
Pair of linen drawers —————————————————— .33 p. 16
Old coat and vest 1. Four pair of stockings 2 ————————–$3.—
A pair of boots 2.50. Steelyards 0.67 ————————————3.17
Two shirts new 3.50 two old foot wheels, 50 each ———————4.50
Three (?) ——————————————————————- 1—
One vinegar barrel, 83 beer do .83 ————————————– 1.66
Sixteen Earthen milk pans ————————————————-1.33
Four pewter platters Nine do plates, Old two quart ba sons Two quart basons
Two old basons
Two pint Do weight of all 20 pounds ——————————————–4—
Tin currender, 25 ten block tin spoons 40 —————————- .65
Five block Tin teaspoons 17 knives and forkes 1.33 ——————– 1.50
Great Earthen bowl 17
Two cream colored great bowls 50 .67
Tin canister 17 brass kettle 8 ———————————————8.17
Two flatirons —————————————————————-1—
Hay eaten up before Inventory not appraised
Two cream colored platters ————————————————- .67
Six edged plates ———————————————————– .34
One set of tea cups and saucers ———————————————-.25
Two decanters —————————————————————1.33
One tumbler and one vinegar cruit ————————————– .34
Flowered teapot ————————————————————– .25
One large and two small square tin platters —————————— .50
Large pitcher —————————————————————- .75
Corn baskets –50 quart mug –33 ————————————— 3
— Three pail pot 1.50 Two pail kettle 1.50 —————————— 3
— Spider large and small 1.57 bake pan and cover 1 ———————- 2.57
Large slice and tongs 3 Small do 1.50 small do .33 ——————-4.83
Large pair of broken hand irons ——————————————- 3.33
Pair cast do 1.50 Grid iron 83 ——————————————— 2.33
Toat iron 50 skillet 25 ————————————————— 75
Two Earthern pudding pans ————————————————- .12 Pork fork 42 pot hook, 50 ———————————————– – .92
Two candlesticks, 67
Two pr snuffers .25 ———————————-.92
Brass skimmer .42 cricket .33 ——————————————— .75
Silver watch 4 Two trammels 1 ——————————————– 5—
Grain hooks .17 warming pan 1 ——————————————- 1.17
Two milk pails .67 Piggin 17 ——————————————- .84
Salt morter .50 Two gallon bottles .75 ——————————— 2.50
Old saddle 2 1.00 covered boxes 50 ————————————— 2.50
Pickle tub old washtub ——————————————————- .33
Meat barrels —————————————————————– .33
Pair large scissors, 17 Pair portmanteaus 2 ——————————- 2.17
Two rennet bags, 75 each ————————————————- 1.50
Six theological magazines ————————————————- .75
Choping knife .25 Grindstone crank 1. ———————————– 1.25
Three crains at 17 cents pr ———————————————— 4—
Harrow with seven iron teeth ———————————————- 3.17
Cheese hook and ladder and rolling pin ———————————— .34
Half pint footed glass —————————————————– — .33
Pair of silver knee buckles and stock buckle —————————- 1.17
Set silver tea spoons—————————————————- 3—
Two quart and two pint basons at ,33 pr ——————————- –1—

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$3012.88 a demand vs Half on onion river omitted 40.—

__________ Jesse Safford

$3052.88 Jonas Mathews Samuel Daman Appraisers

The foregoing Inventory was returned and accepted at a Pro bate Court holden at Woodstock within and for the said District of Hartford on the first Tuesday of January AD 1802 before the Honl Oliver Goulup E(?) Judge said return be ing accompanied with the warrant of said appraisers & A certificate of their having taken the necessary oath of true record except notifying a mistake in the foot ing of said inventory. A Titus Hutchinson Probate Register Be it Remembered that at account Of Probate holden at Woodstock in said District on the first Tuesday of Februa ry Anno Domini 1802 before the State of Vermont District of Hartford p. 17 Hon Oliver Gallup Esq. Judge—