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 Putnam Surrogate Court In the matter of the estate of Enoch Crosby deceased
Inventory, appraisers oaths.
Filed 2nd October 1835

Putnam County fs, I Samuel Kelly, an appraiser duly appointed by the Surrogate of said county do swear and declare that I will truly honestly & faithfully appraise the personal property of Enoch Crosby late of the town of South East in said county deceased, which shall be exhibited to me for that purpose to the best of my knowledge & ability.

Sworn & subscribed this 23rd               )                       Samuel Kelly
day of September 1835 before me        )
Walker Todd, Surrogate                       )

Putnam County fs I Floyd Baily, an appraiser duly appointed by the Surrogate of said county do swear and declare that I will truly honestly & faithfully appraise the personal property of Enoch Crosby late of the town of South East in said county deceased, which shall be exhibited to me for that purpose to the best of my knowledge & ability.

Sworn & subscribed this 23rd               )                       Floyd Baily
day of September 1835 before me        )
Walker Todd, Surrogate                      )

 Inventory

A true & perfect inventory of all the goods chattels & credits which were of Enoch Crosby late of the town of South East in the County of Putnam deceased, made by the executors of the estate of the said deceased, with the aid & in the presence of the appraisers in the preceding affidavits named they having been duly appointed & sworn as appraisers, containing a full just & true statement of all the personal estate of the said deceased, which has come to the knowledge of the executors of said estate, and particularly of all money, bank bills & other circulating medium belonging to the said deceased, and of all just claims of the said deceased against the said executors or either of them & of all bonds, mortgages, notes & other securities for the payment of money belonging to said deceased specifying the
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 of the   ????                      on each security upon the completion of this inventory, duplicates thereof have been made & signed at the end thereof by the appraisers.

Articles Inventoried

 Bonds Mortgages Notes & other Securities for many sums

 Names of Debtors

 Nature of Security

 Date

Sums Originally Payable

 Indorsements with their dates

 Collectable

Stephen Travis

Bond & Mortgage

Apl 25th 1832

$400

Interest to May 1st 1834

$411-20

Epanitrus Kitchum)
Alfred E. Nickerson)

 

Do

 

Octo 16 1830

 

500

October 16 1831 $100
Interest to October 16 1833

 

568.00

William Johnson

Do

July 18 1827

60

Interest to July 11 1835

60.87

???a Pinkney

Do

Apl 10 1830

250

Interest to April 10 1835

258.00

??ail Pinkney

Do

Feb 20 1830

700

Interest April 1 1831

Interest April 1 1835

720.40

Joseph Ballad

Do.

May 3 1834

900

Interest to May 3 1825

920-25

Alanson Ellis

Do

April 10 1835

1000

 

1027.50

John Gregory

Do

May 10 1810

125

 

346.53

Samuel Tillson

Note

May 30 1833

100

Interest to May 30 1835

102.33

Alfred E. Nickerson

Do

Apl 8 1823

55

 

64.66

Epanitrus Kitchum
    &
Alfred E. Nickerson

 

Do

 

May 14 1832

 

50

 

November 25 1833 $50

 

252.40

Arvah Baldwin
     &
Hanson Cole

Do

May 1 1830

200

Interest to May 1 1835

205.69

Arvah Baldwin

Do.

Apl 19 1832

134

Interest to May 1 1835

137.77

 

Ira Cole & Charles W. Hine

Do

April 11 1835

500

 

516

Ira Crane

Do

Oct. 19 1831

500

Interest to October 19, 1834

533-09

Elisha Cole

Do

July 21 1834

200

July 21, 1834 $40-00

173-82

Joseph Cole 2d

Do

Decm 20, 1834

223.55

 

235-28

Hassard Baldwin

Do

Febr 14 1834

100

 

110-69

Samuel Bailey

Do

Feb. 19 1833

150

Interest to Feb. 19 - 1834

165.94

Lewis Crosby

Do

Oct. 24 1834

175

 

184-63

Zebulon Crane

Do

Apl 19 1813

220

June 23, 1818 $62-50
May 12, 1827 106-65
May 14, 1832 250-00

  

25-00

  

 

  

 

  

 

  

 

To Silver Money $62
To Bank Bills - 107
Revolutionary Claim 80
 

1

 41

Hildm Minger Do Novm 18 1808 2-73   bad

Potter Knapp

Do

April 5 1827

6-

 

Do

Samuel Townsend

Do

August 4 1800

2.73

July 1802 $2.50

Do

Isaac Townsend

Do

April 15, 1793

11-25

 

Do

Isaac Townsend

Do

April 15, 1793

11-25

 

Do

ChristopherTownsend)
Samuel Townsend)
BarnesTownsend)
Enoch Avery)

Do

March 14 1798

10-00

August 2 1800 $2.65
August 4 1800   2.65
August 1 1799   1.94

  Do

Solomon Kirkum

Do

April 4, 1804

44.78

 

Do

  

Tertullus Nickerson

Note

Sept 27 1828

$5.--

 

Tertullus Nickerson

Do

May 1 1814

45.-

 

Tertullus Nickerson

Do.

May 19 1817

  6.-

 

Tertullus Nickerson

Do

Apl 23 1800

  8.48

 

?ave Brown

Do

May 6 1811

193.-

 

Sylvinus Kelly

Do

Oct. 19 1795

  4-51

 

Isaac Candee

Do.

July 8 1825

15.-

 

Enoch Grun

Do

May 8 1826

  10. -

 

Gilbert Horton

Do

Novm 8 1817

100 -

 

Gilbert Horton

Do.

March 2 1818

  3.38

 

Joseph C. Field

Do.

May 2 1805

31 -

 

?easer Fuller

Do.

Feb. 14 1815

15.32

 

Isaac Atterton

Do.

Oct. 22 1824

30 -

July 4 1828 $13 -

Peter Ganong

Do.

May 29 1809

  7 -9

 

Jeremiah Griffith

Do.

Feb. 8 1809

11.70

 

Enoch Crosby 2nd

Do.

Novm 25 1826

39 -

 

Caleb Fowler

Do.

May 16 1809

296 - 46

 

Frances Andrews )

Jonathan Andrews)

Zalmon Sanford)

 

Do.

 

Apl 1 1797

 

330 -

May 2 1798 one years interest
April 1 1799  ?? Interest
Apl 1 1801 Rec'd the Interest
Apl 5 1804 Interest $250
May 4 1804  .........20
Decm 15 1804 ...... 3.62
June 29 1816........ 40 -00

 

                     Articles                                             Articles

Hogstroff

$  .50

 

 

Broad Ax

  .25

Shoop Shovel

$  .37 1/2

Post Ax

  .37 1/2

Tannery Mill

  1.50

Furnan Kettle

  2.50

Running part of cart

  5.-

Grind Stour

  2.50

Chest of drawers

  1.50

6 Kips of Bus

18.

Looking Glass

  .12 1/2

Garden Hors

  .37 1/2

Shovel

  .35

Gig & Harness

35.

1 pot

  1.50

Corn Plow

  2

 

 

  

1 Woodden Hors

  .25

Iron Kittle

  .5

1 Drawing Kniff

  .12 1/2

Iron Kittle

  .5

Iron Bar

1

Iron Kittle

  .1

1 Tonu Hors Whippletrus

  .12 1/2

Pot

  .1

1 Plow shar

  .25

Sider Funnel

  .3

1 Cotter

  .12 1/2

Grid Iron

  .3

Waggon Fob

  .12 1/2

3 Candle Sticks

  .2

2 Iron wedges

  .25

Ladle

  .

1 Ring & staple

  .50

Cag

  .

2 Butte rings

  .25

Morter & pestle

  .

4 Augurs

  .62 1/2

Chopping knife

  .

1 Adds

  .25

Brass Kittle

2.-

1 Ax

  .12 1/2

Spider

  .

3 Dye wood Cutter

  .12 1/2

3 Chairs

  .

1 Pair of Whippletrus

  .25

1 Chair

  .

Lot of Harness

1.50

Dipper

  .

Saddle

1.

Lot of Brass

1.1

Hogshead

  .37 1/2

Soap tub

1.2

Hors Hed

5.50

pork Barrel

1

Cag

  .25

Hogshead

  .

1/2 set harrow teeth

  .75

Box

  .

set of Flax seed sivs

  .25

Pork Barrel

1

Box

1

Table

  .

Yoke

  .6

Crane

1

Old Plow & Share

1

Crane Trannels & hooks

  .

Old share

  .37 1/2

Brush

  .

Harnis

  .12 1/2

Snuffers

  .

Lot Old Irons

  .50

Cullinder

  .

3 waggon rods

  .37 1/2

Milk Ladder

  .

part of Plow

  .37 1/2

Smoth Iron

  .

Cradle & sith

1.18 3/4

Shears

  .

5 bee Hives

  .31

waiter

  .

Box

  .12 1/2

Steel Yards

  .

3 Grain Baskets

  .75

Cupboard

  .3

Ox sled

  .37 1/2

Loom & warping bars

1

Pitch Fork

  .12 1/2

3 Reeds

  .

Long Fork

  .12 1/2

Box

  .

  Articles 

Catheter & him

$  .50

Vest

  .37 1/2

shaving aperatus

  .50

pair Boots

2.00

pair Shoes

1.00

sharp shears

  37 1/2

Alls & stakes

  37 1/2

Pocket Compass

1.50

Broken Whippletrus

  .25

Tub

  .25

Andiron

  .37 1/2

Stone Jug

  .9

                     Samuel Kelly
                     Floyd Baily

                    Articles                                             Articles

6 Chairs

$  .50

Shovel & tongs

  .25

17 Milk Pans

2.50

brass Candlesticks

  .37 1/2

2 Earthen Gugs

  .18 3/4

English Blanket

4.00

1 stone Gug

  .9

6 cotten & woolen do.

12.00

Tray

  .25

1 woollen Blanket

1.25

Stone Gug

  .18 3/4

bedquilt

2.00

Tray

  .12 1/2

1    do           do

2.50

Gug

  .6

1    do           do

1.00

Stone pot

  .19

1    do           do

3.50

Hitchel

1.00

Woollen bedquilt

2.00

  do

  .25

Woollen Coverlid

3.00

3 plates

  .19

1    do           do

3.00

5 teaspoons

1.50

1    do           do

1.50

shugar box

  .19

1    do           do

3.50

shugar dish

  .06

1    do           do

3.00

bottle

  .06

Carpet Coverlid

8.00

Roling pin

  .06

Looking Glass

  .50

2 tunnels

  .06

woollen Coverled

1.00

Candestick

  .06

Linnen Shirt

??

Table

2.50

6    do           do

6.00

Table

1.50

1    do           do

??

3 window blinds

1.00

4    do           do

1.25

Looking Glass

1.00

11 Linnen pillow cases

2.00

Armed Chair

  .50

1 Cotten   do    do

  .10

Bedsted

1.50

2 Linnen    do    do

  .10

Dining Table

4.0

2    do

  .50

Armed Chair

5.0

2 Linnen sheets

3.50

Clock

5.00

1 woollen coverlid

1.50

Cupboard

1.0

1 bed quilt

1.00

1 set Choiced

3.00

Fetherbed

8.00

Pitcher

  .06

1    do

8.50

Tea Cannister

  .12 1/2

1    do

7.50

pair pitchers

  .50

bed sted

1.50

pair andirons

  .50

1    do

1.00

Bench

  .18 3/4

Beaurow

5.00

pair andirons

  .50

Desk

5.00

 

 

 

Hat

$1

Orn Dish

3

Vest

2

Book Case

2

Nankum Vest

  .50

Candle Stand

  .25

Pantaloons

2

Lot books

2

Coat

7.50

Carpet

1.50

Silk Vest

  .50

Trunk

  .18 3/4

2 wollen shirts

1.50

8 winsy chairs

2

2 pairs of Flannel

  .50

Cupboard

1

pair cotten pantaloons

1

Table

  .50

3 pair socks

  .50

warming pan

1

2 pair stockings

  .75

Lot Puter

1.25

4 pair  do

1.50

Set Curting

  .50

1 do  do

  .31

1   do  do

  .37 1/2

Silk Vest

  .31

     do  do

2

Piece of full cloth

2

1 Red Cloak

1.50

1  do   do

1.50

Table Cloth

  .50

    do   do

2

Towel

  .72 1/2

7 Cottin Shirts

1

Set of Pillow Cases

  .62 1/2

pair suspenders

  .12 1/2

2 Table Cloths

  .62 1/2

linnen shirt

  .62 1/2

6 Vol. Cotts Bible

6

5 Mustin Shirts

2.25

4 Newtons works

4

2 pair cotton Drawers

1

Taylors Concordance

  .25

2 Cavatts pladd

  .25

Borns Eclisiasticle History

  .75

6   do    white

1.25

Umbrella

1

3   do    pladd

  .50

spinning wheel

  .75

2 silk Handkerchifs

 

   do          do

  .75

Cotton    do

 

Reel

   .75

Pair shoes

1.50

Swifts

  .25

Frack Coat

3

S??ist

  .50

Over Coat

3

piece of Linnen Carry

1.87 1/2

2 pair of shoes

1.25

Lether

  .50

Pantiloons

  .75

piece of flannel

  .37 1/2

    do

2

Hat

1.50

Coat

1.50

Bench

  .25

Spur

1

Huler

  .25

Surange

  .50

 Putnam County fs.  We the undersigned Executors of the last will & testament of Enoch Crosby deceased do swear that the foregoing is in all respects just & true, that it contains a true statement of all the personal property of the deceased which as come to our knowledge respectively & particularly of all money bank bills & other circulating medium belonging to the said deceased & of all just claims of the said deceased against us or either of us according to the best of our knowledge.

 Sworn & subscribed this 2nd
day of October 1835                          Enoch Crosby
by Walker Todd, Surrogate                                     Lewis Crosby