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March 1813


10 March 1813

Sheriff's Sale:
Will be sold, at court house Marion, Twiggs Co. 1st Tues. in April. Lot # 2 in Marion, taken as the property of John N. Oglethorpe. in favor of Martin Kolb. John Crocker ,constable...
Sheriff Mathew Hodges.

Pulaski County Josiah Pope applied for letters of admin.  estate of Alfa Pope of this county.
signed Turner Everett.


Will be 26th of March, Jasper Co. , at residence of Owen Weathersbee, dec'd..1 rifle,1 year old colt, farming utensils etc, signed Richard Holmes, Sarah Weathersbee, adm'r.

31 March 1813
Zachariah Lamar ,candidate for a seat in the House of Representatives of this state.

Joel Crawford, esq. as candidate for House of Rep. of this state.
 
Removal.. Has moved their store to the house lately occupied by Robert Hill, near the market, will continue business as usual. General assortment of groceries .signed James Fleming & Co...Milledgeville

Inferior Court, clerk ..William A. Crenshaw ,candidate in next election..

$10 reward...2 mares strayed or stolen. in Hancock Co. near the mouth of Shoulderbone Creek...signed Andrew Jeter


April 1813


Will be sold 10 April, a number of valuable lots in the town of Marion, Twiggs Co. signed John Hardin, Jacob Hicks, William David.. Lovet  B. Smith, James McCormick, Commissioners..



Will be sold 2nd April in Putnam Co. all personal property of Martin Kendrick dec'd. the plantation will be rented, negroes hired out.. signed Jane Kendrick, Allford Clopton adm'rs..
14 April 1813

The store room and cellar formerly occupied by Messer's. Devereux and Thweatt. To  rent. For terms apply to Samuel S. Steele or Everard Hamilton signed James Thweatt.

Abner Locke, will be a candidate for clerk of Inferior Court of Baldwin Co. at the next election


June 1813


16 June 1813

Married.. on Wed. last John J. Owens to Miss Lucinda Long, both of this county.

23 June 1813
Abner Locke's school will move on Fri. next, to that large airy room belonging to Mr. E. Ralston.

Executor 's sale. will be sold to highest bidder, at the court house in Laurens Co. by order of the court of Ordinary of Washington Co. land lying in said Co of Laurens ,on Big Creek. adj David Blackshear; the real estate of Austin Parrott, dec'd. Elijah Blackshear, Executor.

Boarding House, opened by Simeon Rogers

Hancock County, Sarah and John Breedlove ,and John Butts applied for letter of Adm'r' on the estate of William W. Breedlove, late of said Co. signed James H. Jones Deputy Clerk. C.O. 

9 June 1813 
John S. Brown, will be candidate for sheriff of Hancock Co.

Jones Co...Harrison K Smith candidate for Clerk of the Superior Court.

Will be sold 3rd July all the personal estate of Abraham Davis dec'd signed Mary Davis and Asa Cotton adm'r.

Cullen Pope candidate for Tax Collector Jones co.

Ezekiel F. Smith candidate for sheriff...Jones Co.

Notice is hereby given.. Cordial T. Welborn has  runaway from me.. I therefore forewarn all persons from boarding or trading with him in any manner whatever.. signed Jonathan Welborn...

Notice This is to foreworn all and every person from trading with my wife Elizabeth Baldwin, or entertaining her, as she has left my bed and board, and I will not be accountable for any contract that she may make.. signed William Baldwin Sr. Greene Co...

Iron of every description, for sale 8 cents  cash Shoals of Ogeeche signed Wilson Bird


August 1813

9 Aug. 1813

All persons indebted to Abraham Davis,l ate of Twiggs Co.,dec'd are
requested to come forward to make settlement. Mary Dais Adm'x, Asa Cotten
Admt'

Jones Co.. Devaney Weathers candidate for Receiver of Tax Returns at the
ensuing election.

Baldwin Co...John Sharp,  candidate for Tax collector.

The Rev. Joseph Baker will preach at the house of Samuel Buffington on
3rd Sabbath in this month on a funeral  occasion..(anyone want to comment
on this) JMC

Notice; I hereby forewarn all person from trading for notes of hand by
Hannah Lassiter, Thomas M'Griff and Jesse Lassister,to the administrators
of William Drew, as they are fully paid off and discharged. Signed, Hardy Pitts.

Montgomery Co...at the house of John Miller 26 Aug 1813..all personal
estate of George Colley, dec'd.. stock of every kind.. signed William Colley, John Miller 
admr's...

All persons indebted to the estate of James Singleton, dec'd.. are ask to
come forward and pay.. signed  Eden Taylor, Mathew Jones Ex'ors...

Jones Co. Clinton ..Sheriffs sale...202 1/2 acers.. Lot # 308 .22d
dist. formerly Wilkerson Co. ,now Laurens Co. taken as the property of
Jacob Smiley,dec'd,to satisfy an execution in favor of Robert Smiley.
James McNeal  admr'. signed Robert Beasley Sheriff.

10 Aug.1813 
Adm'r' sale.. Jones Co. 10 Aug.1813 at the resident of Samuel Stewart, dec'd...signed Jane Stewart, adm'x.

Adm'r' sale.. 25 Aug.1813 Clinton, Jones Co., a negro woman named Charlotte, the property of William White of  Jones Co. dec'd.. signed Sarah White Adm'r. John English adm'r...

9 Aug. 1813

Lazarus Battel, will be candidate for the Senatorial branch of the legislature...

John Mathews will be candidate to represent Baldwin Co. at the ensuing
election..

Sealed proposals will be received at the home of Neil Munroe, esq. in Dublin, Laurens Co. for the building of a jail. Signed David Blackshear, Henry Sheppard, Jonathan Sawyer, Noah Stringler, Amos Love, Neill Munroe commissioners..

James K .T. Walton. candidate from Jones Co. next election..

John Watson candidate for Sheriff of this Co....

James Irwin candidate for receiver of tax returns, for this Co.

George D. Willis candidate for Clerk, Jones Co. 

 


22 Sept.1813
Hubert Reynolds Esq. candidate ,House of Representatives.(national or
state not given).

Boarding House..owned Thomas Partin.

Caution;;; my wife Elizabeth Hill has left my bed and board without just
cause..be foeworn for crediting her on my account,I will not pay.signed
Whitmell Hill.

Candidate for tax reciever..Major Samuel Cunningham..

Candidate for Reciever of Tax Returns..William Searcy .

Will be sold...home of Winefred Deens 16 Oct. 1813 ,personal property of
estate of richard Deens,late of Laurens Co. .signed R.W.W.Wynne Adm'r..

Admr' sale..Jasper Co. personal estate of Thomas Hadley dec'd.signed
John W.Compton Admr'

 

Georgia Journal and Messenger (Macon)

Wednesday, September 13, 1848

BIBB SUPERIOR COURT. July Term 1848.
Poe and Nisbet for the use of James A. Nisbet vs. Wm T. Wilson, Trustee and
Hez'k Thompson and his wife Hester
Thompson.
It appearing to the Court from the return of the Sheriff that Wiliam T.
Wilson, one of the defendants in the above stated
case is not to be found in the county of Bibb. And it also appearing that
said Wilson resides beyond the limits of this State.
It is therefore ordered that service be perfected upon the said Wilson by
publication in a public gazette in Macon once a
molnth for 4 months. Sept 13, 1848

DIED. On the 19th ult at his residence in Gwinnett County, Absalom Martin,
in the 4th (typo?) year of age. The deceased
had been for the last thirty years a residence of the same place, during
which time his uniform habits of an upright and moral
course of conduct, together with his general gentlemanly deportment, had
established for himself a character of spotless
integrity. No individual in his section of country possessed more warm and
devoted friend, or enjoyed a higher degree of
prosperity. But "in the midst of life we are in death"-- the despoiler came
and with him were blighted all his earthly
prospects forever. He has left an affectionate wife and five small
children, together with a large circle of friends to mourn
their bereavement, but they mourn not "as they who have no hope". He had
never attached himself to any visible church, yet
on his death bed he gave the strongest evidence to his friends around, of a
bright prospect of the rich inheritance of a
blessed immortality beyond the grave.

TAXES. The Tax payers of Bibb will please take notice that the Tax Books
for 1849 are still to be found at the store of
Mr. Daniel F. Clarke, in Cherry Street, where all are invited to call and
settle. The books will be closed on and after the
15th of September... J.B. Grace TCBC

CAUTION. We hereby forewarn all persons from trading for a promissory note
given by ourselves to M.S. Ball or bearer
for $50, due 20th Sept, 1848 and dated 22 Aug 1848. The considerations for
which said note was given hs failed. E.
Barlow, J.S. Morris. Indian Springs, Sept 13

RULE NISI. Sumter Co. Superior Court. May Term 1848
Petition of Jesse C. Jackson, surviving executor of last will of Joseph
Jackson, deceased, that he was possessed of the
original will...has been lost. Any heirs and legatees shew cause. July 29,
1848
Personally came into Court, Jesse R. Horne, Thoams C. Sullivan and Phillip
West, who say they saw Joseph Jackson sign
and they witnessed said will.
Sumter County. In the name of God, Amen. I, Joseph Jackson, of the county
and state aforesaid, being in feeble health, but
of sound and disposing mind and memory, calling to mind the uncertainly of
life and the certainty of death, do make, publish
and declare this to be my last Will and Testament...Imprimus 1st, I give
and bequeath to my beloved wife, Mary Jackson,
my negro fellow, Jacob, Mary his wife, also Salim and his wife Dinah, a
girl called littl Mary, and a boy called Squire,
Charles and Dave, a negro woman Julia, also to have her choice of four
horses out of my stock of horses, ten cows and
calves, the household and kitchen furniture to be disposed of at her
pleasure, and all the land which I may die seized of, on
the south side of Spring Creek. It is my will that she have the full, free
and entire use and occupation and control of said
negroes and lands, during her natural life, and after her death, the same
to go to my children and their heris who may then
be in life.
2nd I give and bequeath unto my beloved grandchildren Jane Brown, Mary
Brown, Sarah Brown, Richard Brown and
Mecial Brown, lot of land #199 in the 15th district of old Lee, now sumter
county, to have and to hold the same in
common, till they shall have respectfully arrived or attained the age of
21, share and share alike.
3rd I give and bequeath to my son-in-law Douglas H. Brown, $25 as a token
of my regard.
4th I hereby appoint Jesse C. Jackson, Joseph Jackson, and Thomas G.
Coward, my Executors. It is my will and desire
that all the balance of my estate be equally divided between my five
children, Jesse Jackson, Joseph Jackson, John
Jackson, Mary Ann Jackson, and Thomas Green Jackson so soon as it can be
conveniently done, guardians being
appointed for those of nonage.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal, this
the 12th day of July, 1838. (Signed) Joseph
Jackson
Made, uttered, and published, declared, signed and sealed in the presence
of Jesse R. Horne, Thos C. Sullivan, Philip
West. August 9, 1848.

EXECUTOR'S SALE. Will be sold on 1st Tues in December, at courthouse in
Marion, Twiggs Co, the following land
belonging to estate of John Everett, deceased; 272 1/2 acres being the
place whereonsaid John Everett died. Sold for the
purpose of a division among the heirs. Henry E. Everett, Exe. Sept 13

Application to Inferior Court of Upson, to sell negroes and land belonging
to the estate of Nathan SANDERS, dec'd, late
of said county, for the benefit of heirs and creditors. Isaac Sanders,
Richmond Sanders, Admn Sept 12

Application to Inferior Court of Twiggs, to sell lands belonging to estate
of Samuel PATE, late of said county, deceased.
James Averett, Admr. Sept 13

POLITICAL. Benjamin Russell is a candidate for Receiver of Tax Returns of
Bibb County. Aug 16
John Eans - candidate Bibb County Tax Receiver
James R. McElmurry - candidate Bibb Co Tax Receiver
Joseph J. Holleman - candidate - Bibb Co. Receiver of Tax Returns
Mr. John W. Wooten - candidate - Bibb Co. Tax Collecter

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Macon County 1st Tue in Nov. Land: #50 in 2nd
district, originally Muscogee now Macon;
202 1/2 acres. Sold as property of James Buzbee, deceased, late of Bibb
County. Middleton McDonald, Admr, Elizabeth
Buzbee, Admx Sept 6

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Bibb County 1st Tues December. part of Land # 94 in
SE corner, 70 acres; part of land lot
#95, east side 125 acres; Lot #58 177 acres; land #59 75 acres west line of
lot; All lying in 4th District of originally
Houston, now Bibb County. James Buzbee, deceased, embracing all his land in
said lots, except such part thereof as has
been assigned to the widow for her dower.
Also, the following Negroes: Isaac, a negro man about 25 years old; Winney,
a Negro woman 35 years old; Edy, a woman
about 18 years old and her child, Penny, about 2 yrs old and her infant
child not named. Middleton McDonald, Admr,
Elizabeth Buzbee , Admx.

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Sumter County. 1st Tues Nov. courthouse in Americus.
Two lots in 30th District - #215
and #216, belonging to the estate of William M. WHITE, deceased, situated
on the Lumphkin road, 5 miles form
Pondtown, 160 acres, cleared in good order for cultivation. New gin-house
and screw. Comfortable dwelling house.
Joseph M. White, Admr.
Virginia

Georgia Journal and Messenger (Macon)
Transcription from Microfilm

Wednesday, September 20, 1848

VALUABLE PLANTATION. For sale, the valuable plantation on which he now
resides, lying within 5 miles of town of
Hawkinsville, containing over 600 acres, 200 of which are cleared and under
fence. Lies on Big Creek. Good dwelling, gin
and other out hosues. David Linsey (Sept 20)

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Dooley County. 1st Tues December.

#41 - 9th Dis
#16 - 10th Dis
#17 - 10th Dis
#47 - 10th Dis
#48 - 10th Dis
#191 - 7th Dis
#192 - 7th Dis
#222 - 7th Dis
#223 - 7th Dis
#224 - 7th Dis
#225 - 7th Dist
#226 - 7th Dist

Estate of Echols Hightower, dec'd late of Dooley County. Thomas B. Fuquea,
Joel W. Hightower, Admins. Sept 20

TO RENT. A pleasant dwelling on Bridge Street, with convenient out
buildings, and an excellent garden attached; at
present occupied by George Douglass. J.H.R. Washington

FOR SALE. Valuable River plantation 2 1/2 miles from Macon. 130 acres
cleared; 400 in woods. J.H. R. Washington

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Floyd County. 1st Tues Dec. 160 acres #95 in 5th
District and 4th section. Sold by order
of Court. Property of John Rawls, deceased. Charles Taylor, Adm; Caroline
M. Rawls, Admin.

Wednesday, September 27, 1848

TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Ran away from the subscriber on the 2nd July, Orian, a Negro woman, about
30 years of age - black, ratehr spare made,
limps slightly in her walk from lameness in one hip, has a habit of looking
down when spoken to, front teet bad, and one or
more gone from the side of her mouth. It is supposed she will endeavor to
get to Charleston, where she was purchased.
The above rewared will be paid by the owner for her apprehension and
confinement in jail wherever found, or delivered to
me in this place. E.S. Aldrich. Macon. Sept 27

LAND AT PUBLIC SALE
I will expose to sale at public outcry to the highest bidder, before the
courthouse door in Union County, land lot #313, in
11th District and 1st section, originally Cherokee, now Union County - 1st
Tues Nov. Jesse C. Jackson. Sept 27

CRAWFORD SHERRIF'S SALE.
1st Tues Nov in town of Knoxville. Two lots of land #195 and 222 in 7th
dist originally Houston, now Crawford, 400 acres,
formerly known as the Meadow and Knight lots of land, but more recently
known as the place whereon Elbert M. Davis,
late of said county dec'd lived -- adjoining the land of Enoch Matthews,
Ezekiel Hall and others; also 40 acres, the place
whereon John Isom now lives and in poossessionof James L. Harris; also two
negroes: Dicey, a woman about 60 years
old, and Billy a man about 70 yrs old; all levied on as the property of
Elbert M. DAVIS, deceased, to satisfy sundry fi fas
issued from Crawford Court house in favor of James Moore vs. Elbert M.
Davis. Property poined out by William M.
Brown and Samuel Rutherford, securities. Joel B. Morgan, Dept Sh'ff

UPSON COUNTY. Martha E. Glanton applies for letters of administration on
estate of Jonathan. W. Glanton, deceased.
William H. Hicks and James H. Hicks apply for letters of Administration on
estate of Andrew W. Baker, deceased.
William A. Cobb, C.C.C. (Sept 27)

HOUSTON COUNTY - ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Fri 27th Oct at residence of Jesse
Cooper, 6 miles east of Perry,
Houston Co, all perishable property of James C. Horn, dec'd, consisting of
household and kitchen furniture, 5 cows, sheep,
a horse, and buggy and other article. Jesse R. Horn, Admin.

UPSON COUNTY - EXECUTOR'S SALE. Sale in Thomaston 1st Tues Dec. a Negro
woman, Matilda about 20 years
of age, property of Henry Garland, Senr, late of said county, deceased and
sold agreeable to the Will of said deceased, for
the purpose of division. William T. Garland, Exec Sept 27

October 4, 1848

MONROE COUNTY. Charles M. Sutton applies for letters of Admin on estate of
Aaron A. Sutton, late of said county
dec'd.
Philip Heidle applies for letters fo Admin on estate of John Heidle, late
of said county deceased. E.G. Cabanis, C.C.C

TALBOT. EXECUTOR'S SALE.
1st Tues in Nov. Talbotton. 950 acres - #231, 232,236,237, and parts fo
#233 and #267 in 16th district. Adjoining the
town of Talbottton. Property of Charles W. Smith, deceased. Levi B. Smith,
Exer

FOR SALE. A good road wagon for four or six mules will be sold at bargain.
Z.T. Conner.

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. UPSON. Thoamston 1st Tues in Nov. north half of lot
of Land #189, 16th Dist, formerly
Houston, now Upson; also one Negro girl named Mahala about 10 years of age.
Property of Thomas S. SNIPES, dec'd.
John T. Snipes, Admr.

UPSON SHERIFF'S SALE. 1st Tues December. Maria, Albert, Lucy, Emanuel and
Mahala, levied on as the property of
David BUFF, to satisfy a mortgae fi fa in favor of David O. Smith, assignee
vs said Buff. Owens C. Sharman, Sheriff

MACON SHERRIF'S SALE. Lanier, Macon Co. 1st Tues November. The undivided
interest of James Russeau in lot
land #254 in 13th dist of originally Muscogee now Macon County, to satisfy
and execution from Justice's Court Muscogee
County, John J. Ridgeway vs. James Russeau. Thomas Dixon, Dept Sheriff.

MACON COUNTY. Harriet Haugabook applies to me for letters of administration
on the estate of John. J. Haugabook
late of Macon Co, deceased. Wm W. Corbitt. Sept 27, 1848

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Crawford County 1st Tues Dec. Knoxville. 300 acres of
land belonging to the estate of
Jesse DAFFEY, deceased, lying on the Eachachonna Creek, near Blackstone
Bridge. J.A. Miller, Admr.

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Macon Co. 1st Tues December. Lanier. Land: 30 acres
part of #95 in 2nd dist; 100 acres
part of #67 in 2nd dist; Sold for the purpose of effecting a title; also
all the rest of land belonging to the estate of David
Google, dec'd, this last name sold for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors of said dec'd. Daniel Kleckley, Admin.

ADMINSTRIX SALE. Macon Co. Lanier 1st Tues Dec. Lot #157 in 2nd district,
belonging to estate of Timothy Lee,
dec'd. Elizabeth Lee, Admix

FIFTEEN DOLLARS REWARD. Ran away from the subscriber on the 20th inst, a
negro boy named, Lewis, about 6 feet
high, spare built, of dark complexion, and a little lame in one of his
hips. Reward paid on delivery at my plantaion on the
Oaky Bend in Twiggs County, 15 miles below Macon, or when he is lodged in
any jail. Lewis was hired from William
Lockett, living near Hopewell, Crawford County, and may attempt to make his
way  to that neighborhood.  Samuel Hall.

HOUSTON COUNTY. David Sumner tolls before me, Silas Rawls, a Justice of the
Peace for the 765th dist, G.M. one
dark bay Horse Mule, supposed to be 12 years old; appraised by William
Player and B.T. Marshall at $30. Silas Rawls,
JP A true extract from the Estray Book. Joel W. Mann, C.R.C.
=======
So I asked William Mills (who is so knowledgeable about Georgia research
and especially Houston County) what an ESTRAY BOOK was??   (You're probably
familiar with his many published books on this county.)

Thought you might also be interested in his reply.


>From: "William A. Mills"

 Here is what the
>Encyclopedia Americana (1949 edition) says about Estray:
>
>ESTRAY: In law, any animal, the subject of property which is found at
>large without ostensible owner in any place other than the land of the
>owner. 
If found on private land, such an animal, in most jurisdictions,
>may be impounded at the cost of the owner.  In some States, the finder of
>an estray may, after due advertisement, sell same at public or private
>sale, and the purchaser will acquire a good title therein. 

The proceeds
>of the sale, after the finder's expenses have been deducted, are as a
>general rule, paid into the town treasury.
>
Estray accounts deal with stray livestock that take up residence on
someone's property.  When that happens, the owner of the homestead has
the right to sell that livestock if no one comes forth to pay the "room
and board" invested by the homestead owner.  These laws are still on the
book in many parts of GA.

It was necessary to post the intentions of selling this livestock in the
newspaper. 

I had suggested to him that  it might be a good way of seeing some "common"
people...at
least their names anyway. <<
>
>Yes, in cases where there is almost no mention of a particular family in
>a county, the Estray Book Docket could yield some hint.  And, most Estray
>Book Dockets are indexed. 

The Houston Co., GA Estray Book Docket covers
>from: 15 Oct 1836 to 7 Jan 1924, is 104 pages long, and has never been
>microfilmed.  These books are usually located in the Probate Court.

I also asked if the appraisers might have any relationship to the person
mentioned, but he indicated these were just appointed by the Court to make
the appraisal  (or set the price) for the future sale.

I would have thought the "finder" could keep the $$....but by the
dictionnary, it was to go to the town.

Has anyone else ever had experience with an Estray Book???

Virginia

Georgia Journal and Messenger - Macon
(transcribed from microfilm)

Wednesday October 11, 1848

LOTS ON WINDSOR HILL. Will be sold at public sale on Thursday the 19th of
October, on the premises, two Four
acres lots on one of which is a Dwelling house. Sold by agreement of the
heirs of George RAYMOND, deceased. Gillam
Raymond, George Raymond, Eliza Raymond, Tabitha M. Raymond, Mary Ann E.
Raymond, heirs of George Raymond,
deceased.

BLEACHING. Mrs. Worthington has removed to the residence of Mrs. Green, on
Cherry Street, where she is prepared to
bleach, alter and trim all kinds of Straw and Leghor Bonnets into the
latest style in a neat and superior manner. All favors
thankfully received.

A CHANCE FOR LADIES. We are request to state that Mrs. Nelson's Class in
Embroidery in cruel and silk and in every
variety of palin and fancy needle-work, will mett on the afternoons of
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of each week at
the Lecture Room of the Baptist Society. Ladies desirous of examining
apecimens of her work or of taking lessons are
respectfully invited to call.

MARRIED. Near Travellers Rest on Sunday morning 24rth inst by N.R. Truluck
Esq, Mr. Eli C. Thomson to Mrs. Mary
A.F. Powell, all of Dooley County.

CAUTION. All persons are hereby forewarned from purchasing a Note for six
hundred and twenty dollars made by myself
and J.W. C. Horn and C.W. Felder, to John W. Chastain and Wm. Chastain,
Exrs of Allen B. Chastain, dec'd, dated on
the 4th of Jan 1848, and due about the 1st Jan 1949. The consideration for
the same having failed, I am determined not to
pay said notes. Abner Burnam Houston Co.

NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. All persons having demands against the
estate of Isaac Collier, late of
Upson County, deceased, are hereby notified to present them to us. Charles
V. Collier, Cuthbet S. Collier, Exrs.

EXECUTOR'S SALE. Will be sold at the court house in Marion, Twiggs County
on the 1st Tues Jan next, a Negro
woman called Jinny, belonging to the estate of Edmund Swinney, late of said
county, deceased. E.B. Swinney, Execr.

EXECUTOR'S SALE. Will be sold before the courthouse door in Lowndes County,
on the 1st Tues, Dec next, lot of land
#237, 9th district, of Lowndes, formerly Irwin County, containing 490 acres
and belonging to the estate of James B.
MORGAN, late of Monroe County, deceased. Sold under a clause in the Will of
the deceased for the benefit of the heirs
and creditors. Mary S. Morgan, Extx Randal Morgan, Robert M. Bowman, Exrs

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Agreeable to an order of Inf. Court Crawford County,
1st Tues Dec, court house of
Lafayette, Walker County, one lot of land #257, 28th district, 3rd section,
formerly Cherokee, now Walker County,
belonging to the estate of Willis S. Scott, deceased, sold for the benefit
of heirs and creditor. Willis B. Scott

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Will be sold at the courthouse in town of Sparta,
Hancock County, on 1st Tues Dec. Lot
situated in Farmersville, Hancock County, containing 5 acres, more or less,
belonging to the estate of Dr. William Stewart,
deceased, late of Bibb County. Sold by order of Inf Court Bibb for benefit
of heirs and creditors. Rolan Bivins, Admr.

STRAYED. From the subscriber's shantees in Houston County, about the 15th
Aug, a sorrel horse mule, of ordinary size,
and blind in one eye. Any information concerning...delivery in Macon or at
the shantees. N. Ousley

UPSON COUNTY. John W. White applies for letters of Administration on the
estate of Elizabeth White, deceased. oct 6,
1848. Wm. A. Cobb

HOUSTON COUNTY. David Sumner tolls before me, Silas Rawls, a Justice of the
Peace for the 765th dist, G.M. one
dark bay Horse Mule, supposed to be 12 years old; appraised by William
Player and B.T. Marshall at $30. Silas Rawls,
JP A true extract from the Estray Book. Joel W. Mann, C.R.C.

HOUSTON COUNTY. Posted by Samuel H.J. Sestrunk, before me, Silas Rawls,
J.P. for 756th Dist. G.M. one small
Sorrel Mare, supposed to be 20 years old, having marks of the gear;
appraised by Giles Monzingo and Lorenzo D.
Norwood, at $7.50. Silas Rawls, JP. A true extract from the Estray book.
Joel W. Mann. C.R.C.

BROUGHT TO JAIL. In Thomaston, Upson County, on the 19th, a negro boy about
eighteen years of age, dark
complexion, who says his name is Wesley, and that he belongs to a man named
Williamson Sparks of Harris Co, GA. The
owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take
him away. Owens C. Sharman. Sheriff -
Upson County.






 

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Margie Daniels , Millie Stewart  and   Davine Cambpell  County Managers


Last date updated 04/10/2006

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