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Baldwin County Georgia Land Records
Rocky Creek Bounty Surveys  1784-1785
Town Creek Bounty Surveys 1784 - 1785
BUCK CREEK - Bounty surveys 1784
DERESOWS (Champion) CREEK - Bounty surveys 1784
1807 Tax List. Captain Stephen's District 2
Town Lots Foreclosures March 1815
Babb Grantor and Grantee Indexes to Deeds & Realty Mortgages
Henry Gary to E. C. Vinson 450 acres 1855

SHERIFF'S SALES
1794
April 19, 1794
Augusta Chronicle
SHERIFF'S SALE
On the first Tuesday in May next, at the plantation whereon Col. William Moore now lives, by consent of parties,
WILL BE SOLD,
The following property, viz.
Six hundred and forty acres of land on Rocky creek, adjoining lands of Richard Davis and others.
600 acres on Little river, joining Meshack Turner's land.
2000 aces in Hancock, on Fulsom's creek, joining lands of Flournoy's.
Also, 200 acres, adjoining land of Benjamin Boorums.
Likewise, a number of negroes, and other property such as household furniture and stock; taken under execution as the property of Colonel William Moore. Conditions CASH.
NATHANIEL COATS, S.W.C.
March 27, 1794.

December 6, 1794
Augusta Chronicle
COLLECTOR'S SALE
On the 16th day of December next, ast the courthouse in Greene county, between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
WILL BE SOLD
The following tracts of land:
287 1-2 acres lying in Hancock county, on Rocky creek, joining lands of Jesse Sandford and others; taken under execution to satisfy the taxes of Michael Murphey, for the year 1792, amounting to 8/7 102.
David Adams, T.C.
Nov. 15, 1794
Note: this became Baldwin County in 1807



1796
March 26, 1796
Augusta Chronicle
To be sold, a double bounty of good land, on Dessero's Creek, Hancock County, near Fort Fidius.
Apply to SEABORN JONES
(Note: this land became part of Baldwin County in 1807. Dessero's  Creek is called Champion Creek now)


1802
November, 1802
the Augusta Chronicle
SHERIFF'S SALES
On the first Tuesday in December next, at the court house in Hancock county, at the usual hours,
WILL BE SOLD
Three hundred acres of land, more or less, wherein lives John Humphries, adjoining A. Smith; two hundred acres land, more or less, adjoining the aforesaid lands on Town Creek, whereon lived Mr. Harbert; executed as the property of said John Humphries, in favor of Thomas Barrett & Co.
  One hundred acres of land, more or less, whereon lives Moses Marshall, on Rockey creek, adjoining Freeney,  executed as the property of said Marshall in favor of James Scarlett.
    Sixty acres of land, more or less, whereon lives Elijah Hearn, adjoining Choyce, one bay horse; executed as the property of said Hearn, in favor of William Grigg.
  A parcel of corn and fodder and seven acres of cotton; levied on as the property of Benjamin Bolt, in favor of Jonathan Thomas. Terms Cash.
JESSE GRIGGS
October 25


1807
May 17, 1807
Augusta Chronicle
NOTICE
THAT nine months from the date hereof, application will be made to the honorable the Inferior Court of Columbia county, for an order to sell the following tracts of land, (to wit)
  300 acres of land on the waters of Uchee creek, bounded by Thomas Cumming and Jesse Winfrey.
ALSO, 202 1/2 acres of land in Baldwin county, the same being a part of the said estate of William Barnett deceased, and sold for the benefit of the executors of the said deceased.
R. CRAWFORD, adm'r
ANNE BARNETT, adm'rx
May 16

October 10, 1807
Augusta Chronicle
FOR SALE
A Tract of Land
In Hancock county containing three hundred and thirty acres well improved and well-known as a public house, lying on the road leading from Sparta to Montpelier, and four miles from Milledgeville, also, can be sold with the place if wanted two stills and tubs sufficient to carry on Distilling business, two leather beds, & furniture completate, number of Bee-hives, and other things useful to the place, Terms will be made known by applying on the premises to WILLIAMS BIVINS
September 19



1808
March 12, 1808
Augusta Chronicle
SHERIFF'S SALE
On the first Tuesday in April, next at the Court-house in the town of Waynesboro, Burke County, between the usual hours,
WILL BE SOLD 2021/2 acres of land in Baldwin County, in the 14th District No. 279, taken as the property of ThomasLewis, to satisfy sundry executions, and returned to me as a confitable
JOSEPH PERRY
March 6

May 21, 1808
the Augusta Chronicle
COLLECTOR'S SALE
On the 16th day of July next, at Columbia Court-house the following tracts of land, or as much thereof that will satisfy the taxes and costs,
WILL BE SOLD
Also, 202 1/2 acres of land in Baldwin County (?) District No. 29, the property of James Odum, tax due 69 1/4 cents.

3/12/1808
The Augusta Chronicle
SHERIFF'S SALE
On the first Tuesday in April, next at the Court-house in the town of Waynesboro, Burke County, between the usual hours,
WILL BE SOLD
202½ acres of land in Baldwin County, in the 14th District No. 279, taken as the property of Thomas Lewis, to satisfy sundry executions, and returned to me as a consitable
JOSEPH PERRY
March 6

5/21/1808
Augusta Chronicle
COLLECTOR'S SALE
On the 16th day of July next, at Columbia Court-houfe the following tracts of land, or as much thereof that will satisfy the taxs and cofts,
WILL BE SOLD
In apt. Whitcomb's District
Alfo, 202½ acres of land in Baldwin County (?) District No. 29, the property of James Odum, tax due 69¼  cents.

9/2/1808
Augusta Chronicle
Collector's Sale
On the second Tuesday in October next, at the Market-house in the City of Augusta, within the hours perscribed by law, the following property, or as much thereof as will satisfy the tax due,
Will be sold,
   Also, 202½ acres of land in the 13th Baldwin No. 177, returned by Benjamin Payne, tax due for 1806 and 1808, 3 dols. 1½ cts
  Also, 202½ acres of land in the 15th Baldwin, returned by Isaac W. Caldwell, tax due, 1 dol. 55 cents
 Also, 202½ acres of land in 10th Baldwin, returned as the property of  Baxter Pool, tax due, 2 dols 48 cents


SHERIFF'S SALE
On the first Tuesday in February next, at the court houfe in Waynefboro, Burke county at the ufual hours,
WILL BE SOLD
ALSO 202½ acres in the ninth district in Baldwin, number 167, adjoining 166 and 165, known by the Hurricane running through the farm, levied on as the property of John Outlaw, at the influence of Richard Rogers and Thomas Rogers, and returned by a conftable, the above land levied on by the purchafer not complying with the terms of fale.
----------------------------------
COLLECTOR'S SALE
On the 16th day of July next, at Columbia Court-houfe the following tracts of land, or as much thereof that will satisfy the taxs and cofts,
WILL BE SOLD
ALSO, 202½ acres in Baldwin County. Lot No. 84 in the 10th district, levied on as the property ofJesse Carroll to fatisfy an execution in favor of   Christopher Millison (?).
R.Y. LANGSTON
January 2



1818
March 10, 1818
The Reflector
300 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE
AND immediate possession given: the tract lies within 4 miles of Milledgeville, and adjoins Messrs. Barrow and Borland, on which there is 140 acres cleared - 70 of which is prime cotton land- There is a comfortable hewed log dwelling house with two rooms; a gin house and cotton machine with the running gear complete; also, a grainery with a good thresing machine, propelled by the wheels of the cotton gin. One fourth part of the purchase money will be required in hand, the balance in three equal annual payments., I can furnish the purchaser with corn on the premises.
BOLLING HALL
January 20, 1818
 

May 27 1818
the Augusta Chronicle
Administrator's Sale
Will be sold on the first Tuesday July next, at Columbia court house, by order of the court of ordinary, for benefit of the heirs and creditors of Wm. Bryan deceased, the following tracts of LAND, belonging to the estate of the said deceased.
No. 242 in 9th District, Baldwin County on Cedar Creek containing 202 1-2 acres - Also, No. 40 in 21st District, Wilkinson County.
James Burroughs, Adm'r
May 6



1820
February 2, 1820
the Augusta Chronicle
Notice
Will be sold at the court house in Columbia county, on the first Tuesday of March next.....
On the same day, and place aforesaid, 202½ acres of land, lying in the 6th district, Baldwin county, Lot No. 145, to be sold by an order of the Honorable the Inferior Court, of said county, for the heirs and creditors of Thomas Crosby, dec. Terms of sale made known on the day.
W. Wilkins, adm'r
Jan. 22 tds

SHERIFF'S SALE
2/5/1820
the Augusta Chronicle
On the first Tuesday of April next, at the market houfe in the City of Augusta, between the usual hours
WILL BE SOLD
ALSO, 202½ acres in the second District Baldwin County, no. 28, levied on as the property of Fisther Lenore, to satisfy an execution in favor of Wm. F. Jack, for the use of James Beggs.
 A. RHODES
March 5

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