Early Pendleton County Tax Records

1880

Transcribed from FHL microfilm 358486.  Images from the microfilm were donated by Joy Fisher.




Claims allowed and appropriations made by the Court of Claims and County Court during the year ending the 31st of December 1880.

Filed Jan 13, 1881

I beg leave to submit the following.  By the Court of Claims:

Lilly, George

1 days extra as supervisor of Tax

$2.00

Hume, B.F.

same

2.00

Perrin, W.J. Expenses incurred in sending blind boy to Lex.
3.25
Murphy, James Work on Court House
22.50
Applegate Bros. Medicines for paupers
13.25
Rouse, Jasper Pauper coffin
4.00
Fryer, J.L. Sign board
4.00
Williams, J.H. Work on privy
2.50
Adams, Otis Fee bill
.50
Patten, N.S. Lumber for bridge
2.50
Manning, J. Work on bridge
5.00
Nolin, James N. Serving on committee
9.00
Cahill, John same
9.00
Robbins, Bros. Hardware
9.71
Thompson, J.E. Lumber for bridge
3.45
Manning, M. Jr. Work on bridge
19.20
Heasel, H. Work on fence
3.25
Fugate, R.S. Merchandise for paupers
25.00
Broseke, C.F. Pauper coffin
4.00
McCane, Benj. boarding pauper
25.00
Mack, Philip same
25.00
McClanahan, J.D. Serving on committee
6.00
Cahill, John same
21.00
Cahill, John Superintending bridges
48.40
Cahill, John amount expended in excess of appropriation for bridges
7.98
Fryer, W.R. serving on committee
9.00
Yelton, R.H. work on bridge
12.80
Roberts, Wm. H. Copies of order in suit of County against B.B. Mullins
11.00
Roberts, Wm. H. Fee in case of County against J.M. Curry & c
9.80
Roberts, Wm. H. fee in case of County against J.T. Applegate
5.60
Thompson, J.L. improvements on Poor House farm
36.75
Lively, A. serving on committee
3.00
Hume, B.F. same
12.00
Woolery, Joseph same
1.50
Barnard, Wm. same
1.50
Wilson, B.N. same
1.50
Fields, N.J.  
15.00
Boston Mill Co. lumber for Jail
2.50
Mayer, Charles clothing for paupers
8.25
Adams, J.M. Jailers fee
135.10
Adams, J.M. serving on committee
5.00
Clarke & Simon attorney fees on account
200.00
Simon, J.T. settling with sheriff
10.00
Cahill, John serving on committee
3.00
Thompson, J.E. lumber for Jail fence
12.03
Clarke, A.D.S. clerking for committee
10.00
Hall, T.G. Appropriation for pauper expense
11.00
Perrin, W.J. increase of salary as County Judge
50.00
Hall, T.G. appropriation for pauper expense
60.00
McClanahan, J.D. 3 days attendance in court
9.00
Fryer, W.R. same
9.00
Woolery, Joseph same
9.00
McKenney, A.I. same
9.00
Blythe, Geo. W. same
9.00
Fields, N.J. same
9.00
Barnard, Wm. same
9.00
Lively, A. same
9.00
Cahill, John same
9.00
Wilson, B.N. same
9.00
Bromback, R.H. same
9.00
McKinley, J.L. same
9.00
Hume, B.F. same
6.00
Gosney, John E. same
9.00
Nolin, James N. same
9.00
Highfel, Henry boarding pauper
15.00
Trustees Town of Falmouth appropriation to adi in building bridge
150.00
Holt, W.C. Locks for clerks office
5.90
McClanahan, J.D. 2 days attendance in court
4.00
Fryer, W.R. same
4.00
McKenney, A.I. same
4.00
Woolery, Joseph same
4.00
Fields, N.J. same
4.00
Blythe, Geo. W. same
4.00
Barnard same
4.00
Cahill, John same
4.00
Bromback, R.H. same
4.00
McKinley, J.L. same
4.00
Hume, B.F. same
4.00
Gosney, John E. same
4.00
Nolin, James N. same
4.00
Nolin, James N. serving on committee
4.00
Cahill, John same
4.00
Ravenscraft, J.N. pauper coffin
4.00
Fossitt, Wm. H. pauper coffin expenses
5.05
Stump, J.G. pipe for jail
2.80
Redmon, D.E. brick work at Jail
2.00
Applegate Bros. medicines
4.59
Robbins, H.L. hardware & c
 .26
Robbins, C.A. same
8.65
Cahill, John appropriation for repair of Morgan bridge
40.00
Coleman, J.G. services as road comr
33.00
Woolery, Joseph same
19.00
Wallace, F.F. same
24.00
Carnes, E.P. same
20.00
Cahill, John same
32.00
Frakes, John R. same
15.00
Minturn, F.W. same
22.00
Purdy, Luther same
22.00
Broseke, C.F. mattress for Jail & c
7.50
Murphy, Wm. work on Jail
2.00
Holt, W.C. fees poll and assessors books
167.50
Cahill, John expended in excess of apprioriation for bridges
1.22
Browning, E.T. filling old privy vault
8.10
Fabra, H. medicines for paupers
41.65
Hall, T.G. part of balance due him as Comr of Poor
90.60
King & Hamilton merchandise for paupers
70.40
Adams, J.M. hire of wagon to bring C.L. Fields a lunatic to Jail
3.00
Adams, J.M. Jailer fees
600.00
Nolin, J.M (?) serving on committee
2.00
Ashcraft, Samuel J. same
2.00
Thompson, Joseph same
2.00
Barnard, Wm. same
2.00
Gosney, J.E. same
2.00
McKinley, J.L. same
2.00
McClanahan, J.D. same
2.00
Lively, A. same
2.00
Bonar, P.F. salary as county attorney
400.00
Perrin, W.J. salary as Judge
500.00
Roberts, W.B. appropriation for pauper expense
700.00
McClanahan, J.D. per diem attendance in Court
6.00
Fryer, W.R. same
6.00
McKenney, A.I. same
6.00
Woolery, Joseph same
6.00
Fields, N.J. same
6.00
Blythe, Geo. W. same
6.00
Barnard, Wm. same
6.00
Lively, A. same
6.00
Cahill, John same
6.00
Ashcraft, Samuel J. same
6.00
Bromback, R.H. same
6.00
McKinley, J.L. same
6.00
Hume, B.F. same
6.00
Thompson, Joseph same
6.00
Gosney, John E. same
6.00
Nolin, James N. same
6.00
Reed, R.H. Judge of Election
4.00
McGinety, W.A. same
4.00
Edwards, G.W. same
2.00
Hall, T.G. same
2.00
Murphy, Patrick same
6.00
Murphy, Peter same
2.00
McDonald, Peter same
4.00
Lang, Wm. A. same
6.00
McKenney, W.C. same
4.00
McKenney, A.I. same
2.00
Grimes, Lewis C. same
4.00
Fields, Harrison same
2.00
Hitch, Geo. J. same
2.00
Wallace, W.J. Sheriff of Election
4.64
Carney, John F. same
2.00
Ellis, C.F. Judge of Election
6.00
Carnes, W.N. same
2.00
Greenough, T.W. same
4.00
Cahill, James A. Sheriff      (Cahall?)
7.20
Hamilton, A. same
4.00
Herlein, A. same
4.00
Fletcher, Charles same
6.00
Clark, W.F. same
6.00
Aydelott, G.W. same
2.00
Barton, D.H. same
2.00
Gardner, J.H. same & clerk
4.00
Stith, Jesse Election
4.00
Poor, H.J. Sheriff Election
4.00
Chiles, Wm. same
4.00
McKinley, J.L. same
2.00
Frakes, John R. same
2.00
Minturn, F.W. same
6.00
Wells, Jeremiah same
6.00
Yelton, J.J.     of Election
2.00
McGinety, C.C.     of Election
2.00
Howe, P.     of Election
4.00
Kidwell, Thomas     of Election
4.00
Mullins, B.M. Clerk, Judge & Sheriff Election
7.20
Marvin, I.P. Clerk of election
6.00
Lantry, Thomas Clerk of election
6.00
Colvin, L.W. Clerk of election
6.00
Hitch, J.H. Clerk of election
4.00
Fields, N.J. Clerk of election
2.00
Barnard, Wm. Clerk of election
6.00
Race, W.S. Clerk of election
4.00
Helmich, F. Clerk of election
4.00
Wilson, B.N. Clerk of election
2.00
Stith, A.W. Clerk of election
4.00
Wadsworth, J.S. Clerk of election
6.00
Stone, Luke Clerk of election
4.00
Minturn,. J.M. Clerk of election
2.00
Williams, Daniel Clerk of election
2.00
Barton, T.M. Clerk of election
2.00
Patten, N.S. Clerk of election
2.00
Brake, Wm. M. Sheriff of election
4.00
Yelton, Hayden Sheriff of election
2.00
McDonald, John Sr. Sheriff of election
2.48
McDonald, John Sr. Sheriff of election
4.96
McKenney, B.K. Sheriff of election
7.92
Ducker, W.C. Sheriff of election
5.28
Fossitt, WM. H. Sheriff of election
2.96
Ellis, F.M. Sheriff of election
5.92
Mann, R. Sheriff of election
3.20
Yelton, Jesse Sheriff of election
3.28
Caldwell, Wm. Sheriff of election
6.56
Cahill, John Sheriff of election
8.88
Chipman, N.B. Sheriff of election
2.64
Draper, G.A. Sheriff of election
5.28
Minturn, W.W. Sheriff of election
5.28
Hume, B.F. Sheriff of election
2.64
Ducker, J. Sheriff of election
5.76
Taylor, A.D. Sheriff of election
2.88
Perrin, W.J. Comparing polls
3.00
Mullins, G.S. Comparing polls
3.00
Holt, W.C. Comparing polls
3.00
Total amount by Court of Claims
$5635.05

Allowed by the County Judge

Hall, T.G.

Pauper practice
$21.00
Barbour, J.H. same
24.00
Hall, T.G. autopay on body of James Allender
20.00
Stump, George stove pipe for Court House
2.25
Dudley, R.H. merchandise for paupers
16.00
Wandelohr, J.K. advertising
43.50
Rotsford, Philip laying sidewalk
29.70
Stump, Geo. work on privy
5.25
Roberts, W.B. medical attendance
15.00
Rotsford, philip furnishing material and setting curbstone for sidewalk in front of jail
29.00
Oldham, W.G. laying sidewalk in front of Jail
25.24
Gilham, John repairs to gate
5.25
Broseke, C.F. mattress for Jail
5.00
Hall, T.G. Medical attention
26.00
Wandelohr, J.K. advertising
9.00
Watson, R.F. medicines for paupers
15.00
Cahill, John to purchase material for bridge
10.00
Broseks, C.F. mattress for Jail
10.00
Colvin, M. transporting pauper to Lexington
3.00
Stump, J.G. stove pipe for Jail
1.20
Dudley, R.H. merchandise for paupers
42.30
Hensley, B.B. boarding and taking pauper to Poor House
4.35
Wakefield, Charles painting Grassy Creek bridge
10.00
Cahill, John to make repairs on bridges
60.00
Broseke, C.F. bedstead and mattress for Jail
8.50
Gilham, John attendance on C.L. Fields a lunatic
8.00
Koch, John boarding C.L. Fields
9.00
South, J.W. chairs for Court House
30.00
Broseke, C.F. mattress for Jail
12.25
McCune, James pauper coffin
4.00
Oder, Ed E. medical attendance
20.00
Hicks, A.J. attendance on C.L. Fields
2.00
Gilham, John repairing gates and shackles
13.25
Adams, J.M. attendance on C.L. Fields
30.00
Hall, T.G. medical attendance
20.00
Mayer, C. clothing for pauper
24.45
Broseke, C.J. sundries for Jail
5.70
Dudley, R.H. merchandise for paupers
89.41
Hitch, A.J. attendance on C.L. Fields
2.00
McCune, J.H. pauper coffin
4.00
Barbour, J.H. medical attendance
50.00
Dudley, R.H. merchandise for paupers
16.23
Gilham & Heasel bal on account
18.00
Total allowed by County Judge
$798.83

 

Amount allowed by County Judge

$798.83
Amounted allowed by Court of Claims
 5635.05
Total claims allowed in 1880
$6433.88

 

The above amount was expended for the following purposes:

Pauper Expense
$2690.28
Salaries and fees of officers
1869.55
Public buildings and bridges
624.09
Per diem of Justices and pay of Committees
476.50
Elections
329.96
Roads
191.00
Miscellaneous
252.50
 
$6433.88

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