Estate Sale
in the
In the Probate Court of Wilson County, Kansas
In the Matter of the Estate of
C.G. Soderquist

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Case No. A 940  

SALE BILL

A Bill of Sale of the personal property, goods and chattels of C. G. SODERQUIST deceased, late of Wilson County and State of Kansas, made at Vilas on the 20 day of March 1922 between the hours of 2 o’clock P.M. and 5 o’clock P.M., in pursuance of previous notice, agreeable to the stature in such case made and provided.

 


ARTICLES TO WHOM SOLD PRICE
flour sieve Fred NELSON .10
1 fruit jars UTHMANN .05
cream pitcher J.C. CARRON .15
3 glasses Clarence NELSON .25
water glasses J.T. YORK .05
“ “ John EKLUND .10
jelly glasses C.P. HANSON .10
gallon jar John ANDERSON .10
3 plates, etc Chas ADELGREN .30
syrup pitcher UTHMANN .10
sugar bowl John YORK .10
dishes Mrs. CARLBERG .15
fruit dish J.C. CARROL .15
bread knife John YORK .10
“ “ EDMONDS .20
Knives & spoons Gust EKLUND .45
2 knives & forks Mrs. CARTRIGHT .20
large spoons “ “ .35
dishes EDMONDS .20
“ Mrs. CARLBERG .25
cup & saucer Clarence NELSON .20
spoons EDMONDS .15
salt box John HANSON .40
syringe & water bottle Walter HODGE .25
lamp John ANDERSON .15
“ D.G. ANDERSON .10
coffee pot G.F. NELSON .10
pad lock EDMONDS .05
“ “ UTHMANN .05
spectacles Chas ADELGREN .45
clock Arthur NELSON .60
stand EDMONDS girl .01
kitchen cabinet C. NELSON 1.00
bed stead UTHMANN .50
“ springs “ 1.25
scissors SMITH .25
vice John EKLUND .80
Shaving mug C. ADELGREN .30
kitchen safe John HANSON 1.05
1 pr shoes J.E.BODINE 1.05
1 “ “ C.P. HANSON .85
slippers Chas ADELGREN .50
rubbers J. HANSON .05
milk stool “ .05
coal oil & bottle A. HAGERMAN .45
tub Walter HODGE .65
broom J.E. HANSON .35
flowerstand EDMONDS girl .01
slop jar John ANDERSON .05
water bucket “ “ .30
 “ “ E.V. “ .40
“ “ C. ADELGREN .15
food cleaver C. NELSON .05
pillows UTHMANN .10
trunk EDMONDS .75
strainer & pot C.P. HANSON .10
kettle & coffee pot Walter HODGE .05
3 kettles “ “ .05
small square John ANDERSON .15
compass H. DELENE .35
chissels Oscar LARSEN .35
ladder F. BODINE .05
post HURLEY .10
skillet CARROL .15
“ HODGE .10
pans & skillet HURLEY .05
skillet C. ADELGREN .15
“ John YORK .05
clothes pins & pan EDMONDS .05
stand C. ADELGREN .10
coat & vest F. BODINE .50
overcoat “ .75
vest & scarf “ .10
hat C. ADELGREN .25
rope Mrs. Bill BAIRD .15
bucket & burner C.P. HANSON .10
small stove A. BODINE .45
fishing pole Otto YORK .25
scythe F.E. NELSON 1.10
grub hoe C.P. HANSON .80
crow bar C.HULTEEN .70
long handle shovel John EKLUND .65
garden rake Mrs. CARLBERG .50
tile spade Gus NELSON .65
hoe H. DELENE .35
2 hoes ALMAN .35
ax G.F. NELSON .50
Pitch fork Gus “ .65
Hand scythe E.F. “ .55
screen, mop John YORK .20
coop & sieve C.P. HANSON .05
bunch of shingles H. DELENE .80
wheel barrow ALLMAN 1.80
suit case Mrs. CARLBERG .25
wash pans John EKLUND .25
suit case Mrs. CARLBERG .90
3 chairs C.P. HANSON 1.80
1 “ J.E. HANSON .35
wash board, etc J.E. BODINE .05
oil can “ “ .05
box of nails J.E. HANSON .05
harness buckles BLISS .10
nails John ANDERSON .15
paint C. ADELGREN .55
lumber & gas pipe BLISS .35
box of nails A. HAGERMAN .15
mortar box etc C.P. HANSON .10
square Bob CARTRIGHT 1. 25
rip saw BLISS 1.25
small saw C.NELSON 1.25
cross cut saw P. COOK 1.55
plane John EKLUND .35
level Mrs. CARTRIGHT 1.25
2 chissels P. COOK .90
brick hammer C. ADELGREN .45
brace J.E. HANSON 1.90
2 bits John YORK .35
3 files “ ANDERSON .30
box of files “ YORK .30
block plane EDMONDS .30
hand ax John EKLUND 1.30
shingling hatchet BLISS 1.00
small square “ .25
violin Mrs. Bill BAIRD 11.25
tool box BLISS .85
hammer C. ADELGREN .60
saw horses John HANSON .35
small tools E.A. ANDERSON .90
hot plate BLISS 1.00
gas burner EDMONDS 2.00
cook stove HURLEY 3.10
cobbler outfit EDMONDS 6.00
corn HURLEY 3.30
loom Mrs. ANDERSON 5.50
coal BLISS 2.50
1 rooster “ .25
11 hens J. EKLUND 8.80
pot BLISS .10

NOTE: Carl Gustav SODERQUIST
b. 25 Jany 1842 Sundsvall, Sweden
d. 28 Feb 1922 Vilas, Wilson Co., Kansas
married twice... 5 children from 1st marraige , 4 from 2nd.

Submitted by Pinky Davis 2 Oct 2001 Prescott, AZ
great-great granddaughter of Carl.

In the Matter of the Estate of C.G. Soderquist

 


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