Property of Trijntje Hu(i)ges, widow of Jan Jans Mulder, on February 6, 1809:

Inventory of all the goods Trijntien Huiges has owned in community with her deceased Spouse Jan Jans Mulder under Opwijrda [*= the town Opwierde].

A House and Barn with the Yard, on which the House and Barn is situated, including the "beklemminge" of Fourty-Eight "Grazen" Land [*or 24 hectare], including the Yard, standing and sitauted on the "Groote, hoge Warf" under Opwierda, situated under the "Schatregister" of Opwierda and Appingedam, with a yearly, steady rent of 58 guilders and 16 stivers to the H.[*onorable] A.P. Cleveringa and 3 guilders to the church of Appingedam, valued onf 1000 -- --
An Obligation [*=Loan] given to [*his brother] Jelle Jans Mulder and wife [*Anje Pieters], dated the first May 1806 with 3 percent interest at f 1000 -- --
A Year Interest of before-said Capital, to pay by [*his brother] Jelle Jans Mulder on May 1, 1809f 30 -- --
In Cashf 279 -- --
In the House:
Two old little wardrobes

f 5

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A Clockf 8 -- --
A damaged Mirrorf 1 -- --
3 Tablesf 4 -- --
8 Chairs, good or badf 8 -- --
Some rough tea goods and glassesf 1 5 --
Pewter goods:
2 basins, 1 saucer, 2 three-eared-vases, 2 butter boxes, 1 milk measuring cup, 1 teapot, 2 cups, 10 Spoons, together
f 7 -- --
Copper goods:
One "Schotel" kettle, 1 tea kettle, 2 little coffee kettles, 1 milk bucket, 1 little sheep bucket [*to milk them?], together
f 14 -- --
Iron goods:
1 pan for pancakes, and hanging iron [*a chain(?) above the open fire, I guess], 1 kettle in the fire, 1 axe for the peat, a pair of tongs, 1 hand-fork, 6 little forks, together
f 3 -- --
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Bed goods:
2 under and 2 upper beds, 8 head pillows, 2 pair of curtains with 2 "rabatten", before the [*two] cupboard-beds, and a "Bossem" [* a Groningen word for the "mantelpiece"] curtain
f 50 -- --
Linen goods:   
2 bedsheetsf 6 -- --
4 "wijtels", togetherf 6 -- --
4 little pieces of Baconf 6 -- --
In the Barn:   
1 churn, 2 "Tijnen" [*barrels?] and 6 "molden" f 12 -- --
2 wooden(?) bakintg buckets, 1 yoke [*for humans!] and 1 "Balij" (?)f 4 -- --
A Farmers Wagon f 30 -- --
A Plough and Harrowf 10 -- --
1 wagon and plough, harnasses, 1 "hennepen Hale(?) Bouw(?)", 1 Bridle and Wagonline, 2 Hay-Forks and 2 Rakes, 1 Fork, 1 Corn Shovel, 1 "mi_prauwel(?)" and 1 ditch hook(?)f 3 -- --
A "meskaar" [*means "manure wagon"?], 2 "bodden"f 5 -- --
1 "Weijer" [*means "weigher"?] and 2 sievesf 5 -- --
A Ladder.f -- 15 --
Lifestock:   
Two black-white milking cows, two red-white milking cowsf 130 -- --
Two black-white [*young?] cows and 1 calff 25 -- --
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An old black Mare Horse with a "bles" [*means a white spot on the front of the head]f 50 -- --
A "Enter" [*= one year old] white mare foalf 25 -- --
Ten young sheepf 40 -- --
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 f 115 -- --
 f 280 15 --
 f 380 17 --
 f 2000 -- --
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Positive Results f 2762 12 --
Negative Results f 117 2 --
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The Whole positive State f 2645 10 --
The "Halfscheid" [*means 50 %] for the both children [*probably the son Hugo and daughter Jantje Jans Mulder, the other two children must have died before in infancy] containsf 1322 15 --

This was made in the presence of the under-signed guardians of the under-aged children of the before-said Trijntie Huiges, born in her marriage with the deceased Spouse Jan Jans Mulder and inventoried by me, Justice "Wedman" of Appingedam. Opwijrda, the 6-th February, 1809.
[*signed] U.[*?] Van Aalten. Wedman
[*Other signing persons]:
Jelle Jans Mulder, guardian
Jasper Sijmens, family guardian
Pieter Willes, "strange" guardian

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Life goods of her deceased Spouse Jan Jans Mulder:

  • A blue cloth Tail-coat
  • A green dito
  • A black cloth "Cammisool"
  • Five Shirts
  • A Hat
  • One pair golden shirt-buttons
  • One pair silver leg-buckels
  • One pair dito shoe-buckels

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Negative Results of the (im)movables, according to the bills:

The costs of a coffinf 22 -- --
To Mr. A. P. Cleveringa a Year Land-rent, to pay on Midwinter 1808f 58 16 --
To the church of Appingedam: a year Land-rentf 3 -- --
To Jan Hindriks on the "Overtogt" according meadows money f 16 -- --
The H. [*onorable] Mr. Van Weerden for a "voer" [*means a "wagon"?] straw f 3 -- --
Harm Pieters in Uitwijrda [*= the town Uitwierda] "hengsel geld" [*"hengsel" means "handle" (of a bucket) and "geld" "money", but what it means?]f 3 -- --
The wife of Ever Zaal, wages [*probably he was a famers servant?]f 2 -- --
The barrelmaker Jan Gewaltf 6 -- --
Jacob Harms for 2 ½ "mudde" oats [* a "mudde" was a sack, 100 hl.] f 3 3 --
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 f 117 2 --
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