INVENTORY OF THE GOODS AND CHATTLES OF CAIN FIELDS, dec'd
sold Saturday the 18th day of February, 1815

Lots Articles Purchasers $
no 1 a waggon and hind gears Abraham Fields 63 00
2 a Jack Screw Abraham Fields 10 00
3 a fifth chain James Purcell 1 62
4 a log chain Payton Cunningham 6 00
5 1 pair steel yards Samuel Hogue, Jr 4 12
6 1 hand axe James Rush 1 30
7 1 falling ax Henry Hopkins 1 50
8 1 mattock William Phillips 1 75
9 1 small pot cash 50
10 1 cross cut saw James Rush 10 12
11 1 old saddle and cirsingle Robert Falls 1 00
12 1 pair saddle bags Joseph Cunningham 1 00
13 1 hand saw Henry Hopkins 3 50
14 1 auger Payton Cunningham 50
15 1 frow George Stipes 1 50
16 a box of old irons Joseph Cunningham 50
17 a pair of spreadders Abraham Fields 2 25
18 2 hoes Samuel Hogue 1 75
19 a grindstone Henry Hopkins 65
20 a tar barrel cash 51
21 1 empty barrel Thomas Anderson 1 00
22 a big wheel Hugh Matholland 1 67
23 a dutch oven Jesse Wilks 2 62
24 2 pair of gears, collars, bridle James Purcell 13 00
25 1 collar cash 1 00
26 1 spinning wheel John Troutman 2 37
27 1 dictionary Thomas West 1 37
28 a Fusa Hugh Molholland 4 70
29 1 looking glass Hugh Molholland 1 67
30 1 smoothing iron Samuel Hogue, Jr 1 25
31 6 sheep Henry Hopkings 18 25
32 8 sheep Ann Field 27 75
33 a bull Jesse Wilks 10 50
34 1 brown steer Turpin Jones 11 --
35 1 red steer Turpin Jones 8 25
(end of page) (amount carried forw'd) 219 01
36 1 red cow and calf John Fisher 11 00
37 5 small cattle Wyant Hanks 26 75
38 a steer calf Wyant Hanks 2 65
39 1 pided cow and calf Samuel Wheeler 6 00
40 1 horse colt Joseph Whight 25 75
41 1 sorel horse John Anthies 35 00
42 a bay mare Ann Fields 63 00
43 a brown horse Abraham Fields 24 50
44 a bay horse Abraham Fields 38 50
45 6 pair geese Samuel Hogue, Jr 7 00
46 1 kittle George Stipes 6 12
47 1 kittle James Robb 11 00
48 a candlestick and an auger cash 25
49 1 auger Nathaniel West 55
50 2 pair of old chards cash 38
51 a wedge and a chissel Robert Falls 1 01
52 1 kittle James Kell 6 25
53 1 kittle Thomas Anderson 8 25
54 1 small bedstead William Johnson 1 52
55 1 old bedstid William Johnson 26
56 23 hogs Ann Fields 50 00
57 1 red & white cow Ann Fields 11 00
58 a white backed cow & calf Ann Fields 14 00
59 a pided cow and calf Ann Fields 15 00
60 a red heiffer & calf Samuel Hogue, Jr 17 00
61 a black cow, calf & a bell John Bartin 18 25
62 a loom and a tacking belonging to it Ann Fields 11 00
63 a woman's saddle Ann Fields 13 00
64 2 buckets and a pail Ann Fields 2 18
65 1 skillet Ann Fields 2 25
66 1 buraw Michael Commack 18 25
67 1 chest Ann Fields 10 75
68 1 cupboard Ann Fields 14 25
69 1 table Ann Fields 1 00
(end of page) carried over 685 69
70 1 bed, bedstead & furniture Ann Fields 29 00
71 1 bed, bedstead & furniture Elizabeth Fields 21 50
72 1 ear bell cash 40
73 13 ducks Thomas West 3 00
74 1 plough William Johnson 5 00
75 1 plough Thomas West 3 00
76 1 skillet cash 78
77 1 lamp Ann Fields 38
78 1 shovel Ann Fields 35
79 a pair o[l]d andirons Ann Fields 2 01
80 6 old chairs Ann Fields 1 00
81 2 bridles cash 75

Anna Fields, admr
Abraham Fields, adm'r

INVENTORY OF THE GOODS AND CHATTLES OF CAIN FIELDS, dec'd
appraised by Armstead Bennet, Samuel Gaston, and John Milburn
the 16th day of February, 1815 as follows

$
eight head of sheep appraised to 24 00
23 heads of hogs 46 00
1 bay mare 60 00
1 beaurough 16 00
4 feather beds & clothing 74 00
1 chest 10 00
2 bedsteads 4 00
1 table 1 33 1/3
1 corner cupboard 15 00
15 delft plates 6 75
4 teacups & saucers & teaspoons 1 50
1 teapot 75
old pewter 2 83 2/3
one crock 33 1/3
one skillet 2 43
one pare firedogs and shovel 75
one side saddle 11 50
one cow and calf 12 00
one cow and calf 12 00
one cow 10 00
one cow and calf 9 50
one cow 10 00
one pot 1 62
one loom and tackings 7 00
a parcel of corn 100 00
one parcel of meat 76 75
a half barrel salt 6 18
two hoes and one falling ax 2 50
a piece of soal leather 75
two ploughs 5 50
two buckets and one pail 1 16 2/3
one big kettle 7 00
one waggon and hind gears 70 00
one jack screw 10 00
one fifth chain 2 50
one log chain 5 00
one pare of steelyards 3 00
one hatchet and a hand axe 75
one falling axe 1 50
one mattock 1 50
one small pot 50
one cross cut saw 9 00
one old saddle 1 50
one pare saddle bags 1 00
one hand saw 2 50
one auger 37
one frow 1 00
one box of old iron 1 50
two weeding hoes 1 25
one grinding stone 25
one old barrel 25
one tar barrel 25
onebig wheel 75
one dutch oven 1 50
two pare of gear 12 00
one old spinning wheel 50
1 dictionary 1 25
one fusil 5 00
one smoothing iron 00
six head of sheep 14 00
one bull 10 00
two steers 12 00
six yearling calves 20 00
one cow and calf 5 00
one young horse 30 00
one sorel horse 30 00
one brown horse 30 00
one bay horse 40 00
twelve head of geese 7 50
one pare of spreaders 3 00
thirteen head of ducks 2 00
one broken kettle 1 50
one ten gallon kettle 5 00
one old beadstead 50
two pare of old cards 06
a box, a pare of nippers and an awl 50
one iron wedge 50
one skillet, lamp and candlestick 1 00
one tomahawk, a spoon, a pare of shears & a ear bell 50
one shaving glass and razure 1 00
one half dozen chairs 1 00
one bedstead 1 00
hog lard 8 96
two augers 50
one kettle 3 00

We as appraisers of the goods and chattels of Cain Fields, dec'd
do certify the within is a true enventory to the best of our knowledge.
John Milburn
Samuel Gaston
Armstead Bennet

I do hereby certify that John Milburn, Samuel Gaston and Armstead Bennet
was sworn before me as appraisers to the estate of Cain Fields, dec'd, March 13, 1815.
E Hogan, J P of G C

Inventory of the debts due to the estate of Cain Fields, dec'd taken February the 16th, 1815.

Balance due on William Key note 12 62
payable the first of Nov. next
Amount of Samuel Putman note 35 00
Amount of Frederick Rumble's note
payable the first of Oct. next 61 33 1/3
an account against Frederick Rumble
for pork amounting to 3 37 1/2
Balance due on Henry Muricks note 4 75
payable the 20th of December last

Anna Field, adm
Abraham Field, adm

Benjamin R Field, born 16th of Feb 1799
Cynthia Fields born 16th June 1801
Joseph R Fields born 22nd Jan 1803
Stephen L. Fields born 20th Nov 1804
Thomas W Fields born 11th Dec 1806
Reuben R Fields born 7th March 1808
Ezekial Fields born 28th April 1813

Keen Field (abt. 1774-1815), son of Abraham Field (1744-1822) and Elizabeth, died 22 January 1815. These inventories were taken from a transcribed copy of Will Book A, pg. 5-7 (original pg. 5-10), Gibson County Court House, Princeton, Indiana. The administrators were his wife Anna Lewis Field (1773-aft. 1850) and his eldest son, Abraham Field (1793-1870). Three of Keen's children are not listed: Abraham, born 27 December 1793, Elizabeth, born about 1795, and his youngest child, Keen Jr., born 15 August 1815.

A scan of Keen's inventory.

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