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Submitted By:  Ellen Singleton Vandiver

 



  Hardin Reynolds

 

Doctor’s record of visits to Hardin Reynolds & daughter

1863 March 14 visit & med to Daughter $2.50

16 Re visit “ “ “ 2.50

17 Re visit “ “ “ 2.50

19 Re visit “ “ “ 2.50

23 Re visit “ “ “ 2.50

April 8 Medicine to self and daughter .50

11 visit & med “ 2.50 “ cr. By 4 lbs. sugar 20 c .80

“ cr. By bal on .75

13 visit self and meds. 2.50

16 med. By Perry Reynolds .25

17 Re visit & med 2.50

19 Revisit & med 2.50

21 Revisit & med 2.50

“ l box pills to Daughter . 25

22 revisit & med 2.50

24 revisit & med to Daughter 2.00

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$30.50 1.55

1.55

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28.95

 

Doctor appearing in court for payment of bill for care of Hardin Reynolds

_____iant H. Newell this day personally appeared before the undersigned Justice of the peace and made oath that the above rept is just and true and that there is no legal or set off against said account and that there is no unlawful usury contained therein and that the same remains unpaid without discount this the 7th day of November, 1866. Adam Surber __ of LC affiant Joel Hubble this day personally appeared before me the undersigned Justice of peace for Pulaski County and made oath that he knows Doctor H. Newell was the attending physician at the time above named in the rept and that he knows that Doctor Newell frequently visited Hardin Reynolds and daughter during their sickness at that time and believes the charges reasonable and not above the customary fees for this neighborhood. This the 7 day of November 1866. Adam Surber

 

APPRAISERS GIVE TO THE WIDDER OF HARDEN REYNOLDS, DEC’D

May the 15th day 1863

Valued at $36.00

1 table
6 chairs
Family Bible
Spinning wheel
1 set of plates and one half dozen
One half dozen cups and saucers
One half dozen knives and forks
Cooking utensils
1 loom and it’s appendages
One work beast
One saddle and its appendages
2 cows
5 sheep , Second lot
Poultry on hand
___barrels of corn
L lot of bacon and lard
1 plow and gear
1 hoe
Wearing appearels

____Gooch
____McKenzie, Appraisers

 

HARDEN REYNOLDS PROPERTY SALE BILL

May 15th day 1863

1 bell 1 shovel plow 1 wedge
1 lot of sundries 1 weden hoe 1 grubben hoe
1 weden hoe 1 turning plow 1 turning plow
1 turning plow 1 bestand and other gum 1 shakle
1 wheel 1 wheel 1 barrel & salt
Loom & frames 2 lot of soap troves
1 vinegar barrel 1 pan 1 pot & hooks
1 sugar bole 1 pitcher 1 dipper
1 powder gourd & powder 1 razer & appendages 1 glass
Medicine 1 gun & appendages sugar & 2 kegs
1 reel l lot fruit 1 cupboard
1 trunk 1 table 1 clock
1 bed stead 1 lot of wool 1 bed stead & cord
1 coverlid 1 quilt 1 quilt
1 skillet & pot 1 coffey mill 1 bascut
1 jar 1 tub & piggin 1 churn
1 shoven 1 wash pan 1 strainer
1 cup 1 small bucket 2 candle sticks
1 bucket 1 tray smoothing iron
1 set of plates 1 butter plate 1 plates
3 plates salt cellar & pepper cups & saucers
3 glasses 1 molasses stand 1 quilt
1 quilt 1 quilt 1 quilt
1 quilt 1 sifter 1 bucket
1 garden stuff 1 tater patch 1 flax & oats patch
1 sow & pigs 5 hogs 2 calves
1 bushel of corn 1 lot shelled corn 1 lot fodder
5 first choice sheep Third choice sheep fourth coice sheep



A true inventory and sale bill of the personal property or estate of Harden Reynolds, deceased. Sold on the 15th of May, 1863 Administrator Perry M. Reynolds
Note July 11, 2010 The sale total was $60.72. Most of the buyers were family members who bought several items. Listed are the buyers:

Perry Reynolds, Lee Reynolds, P. M. Reynolds, B. Williams, Wm. G Reynolds
P. M. G. Reynolds, Hugh Caldwell, Hugh Barnett, A. C. Suddeth, Nancy Reynolds, Wm. Martin, Ben Eubanks, Joel Hubble, Polly Barnett, Wm. B. Fortenberry, Ben Martin, John Singleton, Elias Ellison, Porter Reynolds, Harden Singleton, Elias Ellison, Sally Fortenberry, M. Fortenberry, __Vanhook, J. Vanhook