Inventory of the Goods, Chattles, moneys
 & effects Of the Personal Estate of 
Lewis Barlow, deceased $250.95

Estate of
Lewis  Barlow, decd
Box 8



Filed April 17th 1837 
S. B. Morris Clk 
May 14th, 1837

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Inventory

          The inventory of the goods, chattles, and effects of Lewis Barlow late of Shelby county and State of Indiana, deceased, taken by David F. Randolph administrator of the estate of the said deceased with the assistance of Alexander Breeding and J. B. Lucas - appraisers assigned for that purpose.
April 11th A.D. 1837 

$ Cts
One Bay Mare 30 00
#One cow & Calf # 15 00
#One Brindle cow # 15 00
One Brown Cow 15 00
One lot of Hogs fifteen in number 67 50
#four sheep # 10 00
One weavers loom & apparatus 6 00
#Two Shugar Kettles # 5 00
# One Skillet & lid # 1 00
# One coffee pot one Tea Kettle, one smoothing #     
#iron, & two pairs of pot hooks #
1 25
One Shugar Kettle 2 62-1/2
One Dutch oven & lid 1 00
One pot & auger 43-3/4
#Two weeding hoes 50
One bull plow & axe 1 50
#Two set of hone [geers?] # 4 00
#One shovel plow # 3 00
#Four Split bottom chairs # 1 37-1/2
One do do do 25
One Bedstead 50
# One falling leaf Table # 2 50
One Clock 5 00
One Bureau 4 00
One Bed & bedding 10 00
#One bed, bedding & Beadsted # 16 00
#One Spinning wheel & Reel # 1 00
Two quilts & one coverlet 1 00
                                                Amount of this page $22043-3/4



Inventory Continued

$ Cts
#Five Knives, five forks, & five spoons # 50
One Bedsted 1 00
One lot of Queensware, three bottles, one decanter
And two tin dippers
3 50
#One looking glass # 37-1/2
#One Side Saddle # 3 50
One Shovel of a plow 12-1/2
#One Shugar cag # 50
#One corner cupboard and contents # 12 75
#One washing tub 12-1/2
#One Tin bucket & pan # 37-1/2
#One Bedstead # 2 00
#One Table # 1 25
#One fire shovel # 50
#One ewe and lamb #

2

50
                                                 whole amt. $24943-3/4

                                Items marked thus (#-#) were taken by the widow

Given under our hands this 11th day of April 1837
Alexander Breeding }appraisors
J. B. Lucas
Cash on hand making in all $250.93 3/4 = 1 50
Given under may hand this 11th day of April 1837
David F. Randolph Administrator


State of Indiana
Shelby County towit:
Personally appeared before me John Cutsinger a Justice of the peace in and for said County David F. Randolph administrator of the Estate of Lewis Barlow deceased and Alexander Breeding and J. B. Lucas, appraisers of said Estate and being duly Sworn the said Alexander Breeding and J. B. Lucas say that the above Inventory and appraisement assigned by them is a just and true Inventory and valuation of the goods, Chattles and effects of the said Lewis Barlow to the best of their Judgement And the said David F. Randolph says that the above is a true inventory of the personal estate of the said Lewis Barlow so far as the same has came to his hands to be administered.
John Cutsinger J.P. (SEAL)

 

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Sale Bill

David F. Randolph Admin. Of Lewis Barlow decd.
$103.74 3/4

Filed June 16th 1837
S. B. Morris Clerk
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Account of Sales of the personal property of Lewis Barlow, late of the county of Shelby and State of Indiana, 
deceased at a public auction held at the late dwelling house of the said deceased, on the 
twelfth day of May Anno Domini 1837

$ Cts
#Sold to Widow - One loom & apparatus -Note
# " " D. F. Randolph - "      Sugar Kettle - Note 2 75
# " " Alexander Breeding "      oven & lid - cash 76
# " " David Norris "      pot & auger - Note 58
# " " D. F. Randolph "      Bull plow & axe - Note 150
" " David Norris "      Chair 31-1/2
# " " Eleazer Allbaa "      small bedstead - Note 39
# " " James S. Moore "      wall Sweep Clock - Note 450
# " " Eleazer Allbaa "      one Bureau - Note 552
# " " D. F. Randolph "      Bed & bedding - Note 11-
# " " James Young Two quilts & coverlets Cash 125 1/4
# " " D. F. Randolph One Bedstead - Note 1-
" " "      lot of Queensware
   " " three bottles one decanter 3 tin dippers
# " " George Barlow One lot of Queensware - cash 78 
# " " Orson Moore " " "          plates - cash 14-1/2
# " " Eleazer Allbaa " " "          pewter dishes - Note 75
# " " George Barlow Three Bottles - cash 51
# " " D. F. Randolph One shovel plow - note 06-1/2
# " " James Coffman "      Bay Mare - Note 20-
# " " Jacob Gray "      Brown cow - Note 1501
# " " James Hayes "      lot of Hogs 11 in number -Note 2000
# " " Do Do "      red Sow 376
# " " Do Do "      lot of hogs 4 old & 6 young pigs Note 837-1/2
Amount of page first (errors excepted) is $10394-3/4

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Account of Sales Continued     Sold To          $      Cts
Proceedings Continued
Amount of the foregoing Sale is   $102.94-3/4

David F. Randolph Admin.
Test.  J. B. Lucas Clerk of Said Sale


State of Indiana Shelby County to wit
          The above named J. B. Lucas makes oath that the foregoing is a just and true account of the Sale of the personal estate of Lewis Barlow, late of Said county deceased.
          Sworn to before me a justice of the peace of said County the 16th day of May AD 1837
John Cutsinger J.P. (SEAL)

          To the Honorable, The Judge of the Probate court of Shelby County Ind. the undersigned David F. Randolph administrator of the estate of Lewis Barlow deceased would Humbley represent to your Honor, that By next May term he will ready to make final settlement of the estate aforesaid L. Barlow and not before that term owing to circumstances over which he had no control - Feb 7th A.D. 1837
David F. Randolph } Adminr.


        Lewis Barlow Sen. Dr to William Barlow 
Apl 1819 To helping to move from Kentucky $18.00
To lending a cross on White water 50.00
          = =                                         Amount Due $ 68.00 

to William Barlow


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          The account of David F. Randolph Administrator of all and Singular the goods and Chattels, rights and credits which were of Lewis Barlow (Senior) late of Shelby county Indiana deceased - VIZ
          The said Administrator charges himself with the amount of the personal estate of deceased as per inventory thereof on file in the Clerk's office $250.93-3/4

2.98-1/4

To amount of interest recd on dues as per act filed        

$ 253.92       

         The said Administrator Claims Credit for the following disbursements 
made out of said Estate towit

No 1 By amount selected by Minors at appraisment $100.00       
2 By deficiency in sale of property below appraisment 45.49       
3 By paid Thomas P. Collins for making coffin per rect 5.00       
4 " " Austin Ship his account per do 5.00       
5 " " George Barlow do " do 5.00       
6 " " Douglass & Noel for publishing notice 1.00       
7 " " Joshua B. Lucas act per rect 2.75       
8 " " Alexander Breeding act per do .76       
9 " " John Cutsinger per do .50       
paid Clerks fees during administration 7.25       
paid R. Mayhew attorney for examining papers & making Exhibit 3.00       
Allowance to administrator for settling estate 15.00       
10 paid R. Treadways account to W. Ewell per rect 6.34-1/2
$ 197.09       
Leaving a Balance in favor of Estate balance 56.83       
$ 253.92       

David F. Randolph    

 

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Lewis Barlow Estate

Widow Selected There was sold of appraised property Which sold for the sum of Showing a deficit below appraisment
Property appraised $247.433/4
  100.00
$149.433/4
$103.94-3/4 

45.49     }

=  149.433/4


Recd of David F. Randolph administrator of the estate of Lewis Barlow Decd five dollars it Being my charge for making coffin for said Deceased

Given under my hand this 5th October 1837
                  Thomas P. Collins


Recd of Joseph Randolph Administrator of Lewis Barlow Dec five dollars in full of all his afc
June 25 1837
Austin Shipp

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Recd of D. F. Randolph admin of the estate of Lewis Barlow decease five dollars for my services for keeping live property of said Lewis Barlow


Recd Indianapolis Oct. 6, 1837 of David F. Randolph administrator of the estate of Lewis Barlow, One dollar for publishing notice as such
Douglass & Noel



Long Hill July 8th 1837
         Lewis Barlow's Estate, Drs. To J. C. Lucas
1837 - April 15  To one day appraising personal property, 
clerking Inventory, attending and giving affidavits 
   

$6.--  

  - & writing notices for Sale    1.75
May 12th      
  " Clerking Sale Bill & C    $2.75 1.00
       
  Cr by cash recd that day   $1.00  1.00
"     "     "       By cash paid    1.75
       
  Amount of interest received at Justice Lucas, Docket   - $2.98-1/2  




Recd. May 12th A.D. 1837
           Of  D. F. Randolph Seventy six cents in full of my services as an appraiser of the goods & Chattles of Lewis Barlow Deceased I say received by me

Alexander Breeding

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No 9
          Esq Cutsinger rect                   J. Cutsinger rect 50 cts
Recd of David F. Randolph admins of the Estate of Lewis Barlow Deceased in the year 1838 fifty cents Justice Fees
John Cutsinger J.P.


No 10
          Johnson County Indiana SS
This day Joseph Wayland personally appeared before James Thompson a Justice of the peace in and for said County and made oath that the within account is Just
         Given under my hand & Seal December 7th 1838
Jas. Thompson (SEAL)
Justice Fees $.25
Witness " .25 

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James Hays VS Estate of Lewis Barlow Plffs Wit
Filed June 26, 1839 S. B. Morris Clk


State of Indiana, Shelby County, SS.
         The State of Indiana to the Sheriff of Shelby County---Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon Wm. Barlow & Jeremiah Barlow to personally be and appear before the Judge of Shelby Probate Court on the Second day of their next term, to be holden at the court house in Shelbyville on the Second Monday of August next, to testify on behalf of the Plaintiff in a certain cause therein pending between Wm. Barlow plaintiff and David F. Randolph Admins of the Lewis Barlow decd, defendant, and herein they may not fail at their peril. Have you then there this writ.
Witness, Sylvan B. Morris, Clerk of said court, this 25th day of June 1839

Sylvan B. Morris Clerk

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Shelby Probate Court
Wm. Barlow
VS               }            Subpoena
D. F. Randolph Admir L. Barlow, Decd.

Returnable 2nd Day of August Term 1839

Wm. Barlow
Jeremiah Barlow

Shff. Fees Serv 2, Spo.   .75
Trav., 16 Miles               .96
Return                            .10 
                                  $1.81

Executed as Within Commanded.
July the 17th 1839
John H. Stewart Shff.
By Newton Mitchel Deputy

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Interest Recd at Justice Lucas docket
D. F. Randolph admr.
           VS                           interest       $0.87-1/2
   James Hayes


Same
   VS                    interest            "1.25
James Coffman 


Same
    VS                    interest           "0.86 -- $2.98 1/2
Jacob Gray                                   J. B. Lucas J.P.



William Barlow                               for the use of James Hayes Probate Court
          VS
Estate of Lewis Barlow deceased
Plffs. Wit. William Barlow
                Jeremiah Barlow

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Cr. Lewis Barlow Senr. To Richard Treadway

1836          
Oct 17  To 1 Mackinaw Blanket     $4 37-12
Nov 8 1 Blanket 1.50 Coffee pot 1 87-1/2    
  2 yds Calico .75   75    
  10 yds Domestic 1.67        
  1 Cream Jug .12 1/2   12-1/2 4 42
  14 1/2 yds blk ribbon 1.45 }for Coffin     1 95
  8 yds do .50     $10 74-1/2
1836 Cr
the Same
         
Dec 8th By 1 Bus Dryd peaches  2 00    
   " By 1 Bus Dryd apples 1 25    
  By Balance of Jams 1 15 4 40
             Balance Due R. Treadway    

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Transcribed by Barb Huff


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Items  Taken  by  the  Widow

D. F.  Randolph

Admr  ~~  Widows  $100

Lewis Barlow, decd
         
No. 1

Shelby Co  April 11th  1837
account of articles taken by the widow Barlow as her at the valuation 
as contained in the inventory in lieu of her hundred dollars ~~
  $ cts
one cow and calf     15 00
one Brindle cow     15 00
one bed, bedding & bedstead     16 00
one Spinning wheel & real       1 00
Two set of horse gears       4 00
one corner cuppoard and contents     12 75
one coffee pot, one teakettle, one    
smoothing iron, & two pair of pothooks       1 25
one Sugar Ceg   50
Two Sugar Kettles       5 00
one ewe and lamb       2 50
Four Sheep     10 00
one Skellet & led       1 00
one fire shovel   50
one washing tub   12-1/2
one looking Glass   37-1/2
Four split bottom chairs       1 37-1/2
one falling leaf table       2 50
Two weeding hoes   50
one Shovel plow       3 00
one bed Head       2 00
one Table       1 25
one Side Saddle       3 50
Five knifes, five forks & five spoons   50
One Tin bucket & pan   37-1/2
                            Whole amt $100 00
                      
Taken by the widow Barlow this day the 11th of April 1837 ~~

her            
Juda   Barlow
mark          

Attest
Alexander  Breeding
J. B.  Lucas

Transcribed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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