1849 Vendue List - John Waterhouse, Economy, Beaver Co., PA
Vendue List (sale of personal property upon the owner's death).
Name: John Waterhouse - he died of cholera when it spread through parts of Beaver County in the summer of 1849.
Date: October 21, 1849
Surnames listed (as written in document) include: Shrode, White, Edward, Crooks, Colbert, Bryan, Irons, McCune, Little, Coldwell, Todd, Temple, Wade, Spaulding
Items sold (as written in document) include: molasses, stools, bench, writing desk, whiskey, book case, bullet ladle, steelyard, clothing, comfort [comforter], jars, crocks, books, curry comb, flak, sundries, tobacco, callico [calico], ticking, gingam [gingham], Bible and Testament, brass clock, psalm book
One page measuring about 16x12 inches. Usual folds, paper is sturdy, dampstain with a little fading to about 2 inches on one edge, but writing otherwise quite bright. No musty smell.
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