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The Union-Recorder Oct. 1880 edition

To All Whom It May Concern
Georgia, Baldwin County
Court of Ordinary, August Term
   Whereas, George T. Chambers,  executor of the estate of Eliza Chambers, late of said county, deceased, has filed his petition in said court for letters of dismission from said trust as such executor.
    Those are therefore to cite and admonish said parties interested, whether kindred or creditors, to show cause on or by the November term, next, of said court, to be held on the first Monday in November, 1880, why letters of dismission from his trust as such executor should not be granted to said petition as prayed for.
    Witness my hand and official signature this August the 20, 1880.
 Daniel B. Sanford, Ordinary



Adminstratrix' Sale
Agreeable to an order of the Court of Ordinary of Bibb county, will be sold in front of the Masonic Hall door in the city of Milledgeville, on the first Tuesday in October, 1880, between the usual hours of sale, the following property to-wit:
  Three hundred and seventy-five acres of land, more or less, known as "Smith's Mount", bounded by lands of of Judge I. L. Harris, Walker Duncan, Wm. Harper, and Mrs. Ann DuBignon. Also, nice acres more or less, bounded by lands of Wm. Harper, Mrs. Ann DuBignon, and Mrs. S. K. Talmadge, lying in the village of Midway. Also, sixty acres of land and improvements - dwelling house of six rooms and necessary outhouses, immediately opposite old Oglethorpe College building. Sold as the property of R. C. Smith, deceased. Terms of sale cash.
Julia E. Smith, Adm'ex
Sept. 7th 1880


Baldwin Sheriff's Sale
Georgia, Baldwin County,
Will be sold before the Masonic Hall door in the city of Milledgeville on the first Tuesday in November, next, 1880 between the legal hours of sale, the following property to-wit:
  Part of lot of land No. 347, containing 154 acres, more or less, lying in Baldwin County, being part of the share of land of Mrs. Elizabeth Belvin, in the Rose place, adjoining land of Dr. Hall, H.M. Rose,  Jewell and others. Levied on and sold to satisfy one fi fa issued from the county court of Houston county against the said Elizabeth Belvin - since assigned to the county of Putnam. Property pointed out by plaintiff's attorney, this September 30, 1880.
J.B. Wall, Deputy Sheriff


Baldwin Sheriff's Sale
Georgia, Baldwin County,
Will be sold before the Masonic Hall, in the city of Milledgeville, in said state and county, to the highest bidder, between the usual hours of sheriff's sales, on the first Tuesday in November the following property to-wit:
  All that tract of land lying and being on the South East common of the city of Milledgeville and said state and county, containing four acres, bounded on the South and North East by land of said city, levied as the property of John B. Fair to satisfy one Superior Court fi fa in favor of E. G. Lewis, property pointed out by plaintiff's attorney.
John B. Wall, Deputy Sheriff
October 4th, 1880


To All Whom It May Concern
Georgia, Baldwin County
Court of Ordinary
Sept. Term 1880
Whereas W. O. Finney and Mary E. Finney, Administrator and Adminstratrix upon the estate of T. J. Finney, late of said county, deceased, have filed their petition in said court for letters of dismission from their trust as said administrators.
These are therefore to site and admonish all parties interested, whether kindred or or creditors, to show cause on or by the December term of next said court , to be held on the first Monday in December, 1880, why said W. O. Finney and Mary E. Finney, should not be discharged from their trust as aforesaid as prayed for.
  Witness my hand and official signature this September the 6th, 1880.
Daniel H. Sanford, Ordinary.


To All Whom It May Concern
Georgia, Baldwin County
Court of Ordinary
Sept. Term 1880
Whereas J.F. Rogers and R. W. Hall, Administrator and Adminstratrix upon the estate of Hezekaih Rogers, late of said county, deceased, have filed their petition in said court for letters of dismission from their trust as such administrators.
These are therefore to site and admonish all parties interested, whether kindred or or creditors, to show cause on or by the December term of next said court , to be held on the first Monday in December, 1880, why letters of dismission from their trust as administrators as aforesaid should not be granted to said petitioners as prayed for.
Witness my hand and official signature this September the 6th, 1880.
Daniel H. Sanford, Ordinary


Notice To Debtors and Creditors
Georgia, Baldwin County
All persons indebted to the estate of Mrs. Mary A. Daniel, late of Baldwin County, deceased, are requested to make payment, to the undersigned, and all persons having demands against said estate are requested to render them in terms of the law.
S. W. Davis, Adm'r
Sept. 29th, 1880
 
 
 

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