Estate of Reddin Wilson, Barnwell Co. Court House, SC (resided in what is now Allendale Co., SC)

There are three "inventories" and sales surviving in Barnwell records. On 25 May 1836, a "true" inventory was made by Miles Riley, William N. Edenfield, and Jesse Miller, as follows:

  1. 41 head of stock cattle @$6.50 per head $266.50
  2. 1 horse $20, 1 mare & colt $65, 1 filly $25, 1 horse & colt $25 $135.00
  3. household & kitchen furniture $50.50
  4. Plantation tools $8.00
  5. Cotton in the seed, ditto ginned, wool, barrels, & c. $9.00
  6. 2 Rifles and one Shot Gun $18.00
  7. 2 old saddles, bridle, harness, traces, & blankets $2.75
  8. 5 Bee Hives $6, 8 H. Geese $4, 10 chickens $1.25 $10.25
  9. 1 cow hide $1, 1 grind stone $2, 1 wagon $15 $18
  10. 1 wheel & cards (?) in cannister(?) & 2 belts $3.12 ½
  11. Cash on hand $58.50
  12. ___________
  13. TOTAL $580.62 ½

The following personal estate of Reddin Wilson was sold on 13 June 1836 and duly recorded in Barnwell Co. Sales Book, 1829-1842. The purchaser and amount paid follows the item.

  1. 36 head stock cattle Thady Care $310.28
  2. 6 head stock cattle Rebecca Wilson $30
  3. house and kitchen furniture Rebecca Wilson $12.87 ½
  4. 1 bay filly $30
  5. 1 wagon $29
  6. 8 hand(?) guns $4.50
  7. all 3 to Robert Harden, tot $63.50
  8. 2calfs John P. Badger $46
  9. 1 sorrel horse, table & crockery Jesse Jackson $36.16 1/4
  10. 1 cow hide $0.56 1/4
  11. trunk $0.38
  12. cotton in the seed $4.80
  13. 2 saddles $0.25 ½
  14. 2 axes $1.05
  15. old pewter & copper $0.26
  16. 6 lines to James Jefcoat total $7.00 3/4
  17. lot of plows $2.75
  18. waffle iron $0.78
  19. Raryn(?) & how $1.16
  20. 8 lbs wool & barrell $2.16,
  21. above 4 lines to Jesse Miller total $6.85
  22. 1 shot gun Mitchel Strange $5.56 1/4
  23. 1 rifle $8
  24. 1 bee hive $0.50
  25. both to John Wilson total $.50
  26. 1 bee hive $1.40
  27. pail $0.37 ½
  28. Stedyunds(?) $0.75
  29. above 3 to George Wilson total $2.52 ½
  30. 1 bee hive $1.25
  31. trunk $3
  32. both to George Kush (Kersh?) total $4.26
  33. 1 bee hive $1.25
  34. oven & pothook $1.62 ½
  35. cupboard & slab (?) $3.76 ½
  36. carpenter tools $0.75
  37. basekets $0.52
  38. clivers & sheay(??) $0.25
  39. keg & jug $0.75
  40. above 7 to William Wilson total $8.91
  41. 2 pots $1.13
  42. bottles $0.56 1/4
  43. box $0.18
  44. bands $0.25
  45. chain $0.12
  46. above 5 to Keeling Wilson tot $3.24 1/4
  47. 1 grind stone William Jackson $2.00
  48. 1 rifle gun Richard Aaron $2.25
  49. 6 head goats, 1 sheep@1.09 per #David Jefcoat $7.63
  50. 1 barrel & ginned cotton Mary Middleton $0.25
  51. 1 barrell penders Mary Jackson $0.21
  52. _________
  53. TOTAL $558.01 ½

William Wilson, administrator, received 17 June 1836.

On 14 November 1836, the following was authorized to be sold:

  1. 7 head hogs @$6.18 per head James Nobles $43.31 1/4
  2. 1 pig Hanson(?) Burnett $0.50
  3. 3 head hogs $3.75 per
  4. 2 stacks fodder $5.50 John Hewlett total $15.25
  5. 9 head hogs @ $5.00 Gen.(?) Owen Riley $45.00
  6. 10 head hogs @$4.26
  7. 11 head hogs @$3.12.5 both to Jesse Miller total $76.97.5
  8. 10 head hogs @ $5.50 Miles Riley $55.00
  9. 3 head hogs @ $4.93 3/4 Valentine Strange $14.51 1/4
  10. 1 sow & 3 pigs Jonathan Weaver $4.50
  11. 1 mare John Wilson $52.00
  12. 1 colt William Wilson, Jr $20.50
  13. 15 head poultry Miles Jackson $2.50
  14. 1 steel trap Robert Harden, Jr $0.56 1/4
  15. Plantation tools George Wilson $1.50
  16. 24 ½ bu. corn $0.77 per Bu
  17. pad lock $0.43 3/4 both to Kelin Wilson $19.29 3/4
  18. Stock Mark Jesse Miller $10.00
  19. _____________
  20. TOTAL $361.71

William Wilson, adm., recorded 30th Nov. 1836

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