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An Act.

Supplemental to, and explanatory of an Act passed at the present session of the Legislature, entitled an act to amend an act amendatory of an act passed the ninth day of June, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, to dispose of and distribute the lands lately acquired by the United States, for the use of Georgia, of the Creek Nation of Indians, by a Treaty made and concluded at the Indian Springs, on the twelfth day of February, eighteen hundred and twenty-five.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, That the true meaning and intent of that part of the  fourth section of the above recited act, passed at the present session of this Legislature, which allows and entitles all persons to one draw in the present contemplated land lottery, who shall have resided in this State three years before the first of January, eighteen hundred and twenty seven, and who have served a tour of duty for three months or more in the service of this State, in the late war with Great Britain and the Indians, was not to give said draw, where such a case may arise, to a substitute who performed said service.

Assented to, December 27, 1826.

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AN ACT.

To give further time to purchasers of Fractions, Lots, or Islands, at the late sales of the Fractions, to pay for their lands.

Be it enacted, &c. That all purchasers or holders of certificates of fractional parts of surveys, lots or islands at any of the late sales, lying and being formerly in the counties of Henry, Fayette, Newton, Monroe, Houston, DeKalb, Dooly, Upson, Pike, Bibb, Decatur, Crawford, Irwin, Early, Appling, Telfair, Rabun, Hall, Habersham, Gwinnett, and Walton, shall or may be indulged twelve months after the twenty-fifth day of July next, by paying up one-half of the original purchase money, with all interest due thereon, by the twenty-fifth day of July next.

Sec. 2.  And be it further enacted, &c. That all those whose lands may have become forfeited to the State of Georgia by failure of payment, may, by complying with the requisitions of this act, be entitled to all the advantages thereof.

Sec. 3.  And be it further enacted, &c. That the same indulgence be extended and granted to purchasers of lots in the town of Macon, upon the above named terms and conditions.

Assented to, December 20, 1826.

Wed., Jan 24 1827; Volume 1 No. 13 Front 1
Land Lottery.

Names of Fortunate drawers in the counties of Bibb, Crawford, Monroe, Butts, Houston, Pike, Henry, Upson and Fayette. 

Continued up to the 24th ultimo.

The first figures after each name denote the number of the Lot; the second, the number of the District; the third, the Section or County, the figure 1 representing Lee, figure 2, Muscogee, figure 3 Troup, figure 4 Coweta, and figure 5 Carroll.

Abbreviations-- s. soldier -- r.s. revolutionary soldier -- illig. illegitimate -- w. widow -- orp. orphan -- id't, ideot -- f. a. father absent -- h. a. husband absent.

[only Fayette included here, other counties are listed in article - lbb]

FAYETTE.

Samuel Harcrow s. 123 11 5, James McBryde jun. 250 11 2, Wyatt Reeve's orps. 192 8 5, Thomas Pearce insane 150 6 2, William Betterton 254 23 2, Stokely Evans s. 265 6 1, James Gibson 113 26 1, Thomas Parsons 286 28 1, James Hubbard 32 9 5.

Jacob Mercer r. s. 183 32 1, James Stewart r. s. 237 25 1, John Lamberth jun. 200 19 1, Joshua Townsend 50 24 2, Tandy D. King s. 75 8 1, Popelin Hickman 171 33 1, Milligan Smallwood 246 14 1, John P. Dodson 189 1 4, William Dodson 25 12 2, Reuben Yarborough 102 1 2, Sarah Dunn orp. 223 26 1.

William Coffee 59 12 5, Elijah Marshall 236 4 3, William Vickrys 213 19 2, David Dickson r. s. 143 4 4, William Finch 180 21 1, Jacob Mercer r. s. 275 3 4, Fanning Brown 85 32 1, James Lloyd sen. r. s. 76 13 1, Laurence Smith 256 7 5, Elijah Dodson 7 2 5, John Lawrance 203 33 1, William Chambers 146 11 3, Thomas Hamack 53 1 5, Mathew T. Bishop 9 2 4, Nancy Hubbard ilig. 216 18 2, John Yarborough 27 12 1, John Lambert 133 17 1, Silas Dunn 228 28 1, Ephraim West 67  2 1, William Howell s. 22 30 1, Joseph T. Harkins 64 25 1, John Westmoreland s. 16 8 4, Isaiah Beck jun. 31 10 1, William Vickry 155 20 2, Isaac Wilkinson 169 8 5, Wiley Davis 115 3 4, Andrew Smith 40 1 3, James Davis s. 53 17 2.

Mon., May 7, 1827; Volume 1 No. 28 Front 1
Land Lottery.

Names of Fortunate drawers in the counties of Bibb, Crawford, Monroe, Butts, Houston, Pike, Henry, Upson and Fayette. 

Continued up to the 2d instant.

Andrew Shelnut's orps. 264, 2 S, William Johnson s. 110 22 1, Isaiah Smith 45 16 2, Coalman Tucker 194 12 2, Matthew Bates 73 20 2, John Barron s. 224 2 5, David Austin 115 24 1, Martha Davis w. 125 4 2, John Doss s. 212 2 5, Arthur Denham r. s. 100 10 3, W. B. Nall s. 157 7 3, Eliz. Smith w. 223 11 2, Isaiah Durham 127 10 5, Harrison Haisten s. 241 10 5, H. H. Sharp's orps. 206 2 4, James Champin s. 254 7 3, James Lloyd 143 2 4, William G. Faulkner 200 10 2.

Jared Banister 141 3 5, Lewis Pritchet 191 3 2, John Craven 177 S 1, William Gilleland sen. r. s. 69 29 1, Sarah Vannoy w. 15 32 1, Henry Treadwell 234 22 2, Charles Lyle 9 3 4; Matthew M. Penticost s. 87 31 1, Elisha Eastes 143 7 2.

14 May 1827 Vol. 1 No. 29 1
Land Lottery.

Names of Fortunate drawers in the counties of Bibb, Crawford, Monroe, Butts, Houston, Pike, Henry, Upson and Fayette. 

Continued up to the 22d instant.

The first figures after each name denote the number of the Lot; the second, the number of the District; the third, the Section or County, the figure 1 representing Lee, figure 2, Muscogee, figure 3 Troup, figure 4 Coweta, and figure 5 Carroll.

Abbreviations-- s. soldier -- r.s. revolutionary soldier -- illig. illegitimate -- w. widow -- orp. orphan -- id't, ideot -- f. a. father absent -- h. a. husband absent.

[only Fayette included here, other counties are listed in article - lbb]

FAYETTE.

Peter Green 15 7 1, Sarah Wilkinson w. r. s. 11 22 2, Elizabeth Spark w. 185  27  1, Solomon Whatley s. 40 25 1, Joseph T. Harkins 115 5 5, Isaiah Beck jun. 120 9 5, John Moon 203 3 2, A. J. Alsbury ilig. 166 21 2, James Wright 112 9 3.

Bird W. Linville 44 10 1, Jeptha Yarborough 225 26 1, Jeremiah D. Mann 139 10 1,  Jemima Swann w. 240 7 5, Samuel M'Lendon s. 145 23 1, William S. Maxwell 74 4 3, Isham Brazil s. 116 5 3, John Treadwell 101 9 5, Elizabeth Smith w. r. s. 160 14 5, Benjamin Garrett 150 3 5, Allen Lambert 157 4 2, Jesse C. Brown 162 20 2, Robert Boring s. 313 15 1.

Mon., June 4, 1827; Volume 1 No. 32 Front 1
The Sheriff's Sales in Fayette County, will be published hereafter in the Macon Telegraph. 02 Jul 1827 143 3

Pocket Book Stolen.

Stolen from my house, in Upson county, a red morocco pocket book, containing a number of Papers -- among which were six Notes of Hand, of twenty-five dollars each, dated about the 3d day of July, 1825, payable to William H. Maynor or bearer, on or before the 25th day of December, 1827.  Also, a Note of Five Dollars, given to William H. Maynor on bearer, due the first of October next, signed by John Fluellen.  Also, two Bonds for titles of land, one given by James Whatley to Wm. H. Maynor, to execute titles to Lot No. 235, in the tenth district formerly Monroe now Upson, forfeit six hundred dollars; the other given by Robert Burns to William H. Maynor, to execute titles to a lot in the fourth district  formerly Henry now Fayette, number not recollected -- forfeit $1000.  Also, a Bond of Conveyance for fifty acres of land in Monroe county, deed made to William H. Maynor, by Thomas L. Thomason.  Also, two small notes, the amounts not recollected, made payable to John D. Maynor, signed yb John Brooks.  One note given by Johnston Ammonas to William H. Maynor, for forty bushels of corn, payable the first of October next; and a number of other papers not recollected.  

All persons are forewarned against trading for said Papers, and the makers of them are forewarned against paying off any of them only to me, as they were stolen from my house.

William H. Maynor.      Upson County, July 2.        36

02 Jul 1827 143 3
On the first Tuesday in August next, Will be sold, at the Court House in Fayetteville, Fayette county, in the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:  Two hundred two and a half acres of land, more or less, known as Lot number one hundred and fifty (No. 150) in the fourth district of originally Henry, now Fayette county -- levied on as the property of John R. Harrison, to satisfy two fieri faciases in favor of the Officers of the Superior Court of Fayette County.

Winston Wood, Sheriff.       july 2 ---------36

02 Jul 1827 143 3
Tax Collector's Sale.

On the first Tuesday in August next, Will be sold, at the Court house in Fayetteville, Fayette county, in the usual hours of sale, the following property, (viz:)

One hundred one and a fourth acres of Land, more or less, it being the north half of Lot number one hundred and forty-two, (No. 142) in the seventh district of Fayette county -- levied on as the property of John Lambert, senior, to satisfy his tax for the year 1826 -- Tax due $13 25 cents.

John Caldwell, Tax Collector of Fayette county.           july 2----36

02 Jul 1827 143 3
Caution.

All persons are hereby forewarned not to trade for a Note of hand, given by me to Peter G. Williamson, for the amount of one hundred and fifty dollars, dated 20th day of April, and payable first of August next, as the consideration for which said note was given having failed, I am determined not to pay him?.

Wilson R. Young.       Fayette County, June 23, 1827 ------------2t-------------36

02 Jul 1827 143 3
On the first Tuesday in August next, Will be sold, at the Court House in Fayetteville, Fayette county, in the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:  Two hundred two and a half acres of LAND, more or less, known as Lot number one hundred and fifty (No. 150) - in the fourth district of originally Henry, now Fayette county -- levied on as the property of John R. Harrison, to satisfy two fieri faciases in favor of the Officers of the Superior Court of Fayette County.  Winston Wood, Sheriff.  July 2 ------36 09 Jul 1827 148 4
Tax Collector's Sale.

On the fist Tuesday in August next, Will be sold, at the Court House in Fayetteville, Fayette county, in the usual hours of sale, the following property, (viz):  One hundred one and a fourth acres of LAND more or less, it being the north half of Lot number one hundred and forty-two, (No. 142) in the seventh district of Fayette county -- levied on as the property of John Lambert, senior, to satisfy his tax for the year 1826 -- Tax due $13.25 cents.  John Caldwell, Tax-Collector of Fayette county    july 2----36

09 Jul 1827 148 4
CAUTION.

All persons are hereby forewarned not to trade for a NOTE of hand, given by me to Peter G. Williamson, for the amount of one hundred and fifty dollars, dated 20th day of April, and payable first of August next, as the consideration for which said note was given having failed, I am determined not to pay it.

Wilson R. Young.  Fayette County, June 23, 1827 -----2t-------36

09 Jul 1827 148 4
Candidates in Fayette

Senate -- Cheedle Cochran

House -- Findley G. Stewart

30 Jul 1827 159 3
Sheriffs' Sales.  On the first Tuesday in August next, Will be sold, at the Court House in Fayetteville, Fayette county, in the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:  Two hundred two and a half acres of Land, more or less, known as Lot number one hundred and fifty (No. 150) in the fourth district of originally Henry now Fayette county -- levied on as the property of John R. Harrison, to satisfy two fieri faciases in favor of the Officers of the Superior Court of Fayette County.

Winston Wood, Sheriff.    July 2.

07 Aug 1827 164 4
Tax Collector's Sale.    On the first Tuesday in August next, Will be sold, at the Court House in Fayetteville, Fayette county, in the usual hours of sale, the following property, (viz:)

One hundred and a fourth acres of Land, more or less, it being the north half of Lot numbered one hundred and forty-two, (No. 142) in the seventh district of Fayette county -- levied on as the property of John Lambert, senior, to satisfy his tax for the year 1826 -- Tax due $13.25 cents.   John Caldwell, Tax-Collector of Fayette county.   July 2.

07 Aug 1827 164 4
CAUTION.  All persons are hereby forwarned not to trade for a NOTE of hand, given by me to Peter G. Williamson, for the amount of one hundred and fifty dollars, dated 20th day of April, and payable first of August next, as the consideration for which said note was given having failed, I am determined not to pay it.

Wilson R. Young.    Fayette County, June 23, 1827.

07 Aug 1827 164 4
FAYETTE ACADEMY.

The Examination of Students of the Fayette County Academy commenced agreeably to public notice on the 2d day of July and terminated on the 3d. -- The correctness and accuracy exhibited by the Pupils in their different Studies, far surpassed the sanguine expectations of the Trustees and a very respectable Audience.  The display of their advancement in Science afforded a highly pleasing gratification.  From the present prosperous success of this Institution, the long experience, and high standing of the Rector as a critical Linguist and Mathematician, the Trustees cherish a confidence that this Seminary may justly claim a share of public patronage.  The next Session will commence on Monday the 23d inst. under the direction of the present Incumbent, Mr. Andrew Rhea, A. M. and the Female Department under his Daughter, Miss Susanna S. Rhea.  The healthiness of Fayetteville and its vicinity, cheapness of Boarding and Tuition, together with the Talent of the Teachers, must be strong inducements to Parents and Guardians to send their Children and Wards to this Seminary.

By order of the Board.

Findley G. Stewart, Secretary.  Fayetteville, July 30, 1827.

07 Aug 1827/14 Aug 1827 164/168 4/4
Sheriffs' Sales.  On the first Tuesday in September next, Will be sold, at the Court house, in the Town of Fayetteville, Fayette County, between the usual hours of sale, the following Property, to wit:  One lot of Land, number one hundred and twenty-two in the ninth district Fayette county, with the Grist Mill and Still, together with the Crop and Improvements thereon, two Horses, one road Waggon, sixty head of Hogs, and three Cows and Calves -- all levied on as the property of Isaiah Beck to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Jacob McCollum versus said Beck.

One lot of Land, number thirty-six in the ninth district Fayette county -- levied on as the property of William W. Austin, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Lewis J. Dupree versus said William W. Austin and Fielder Austin. 

Winston Wood, Sheriff.     July 23.

07 Aug 1827/14 Aug 1827 164/168 4/4
On the first Tuesday in September next, Will be sold, at the Court house, in the town of Fayetteville, Fayette county, between the usual hours of sale, the following Property, to wit:   one Negro Girl by the name of Sabina, levied on as the property of Henry H. Baker, to satisfy sundry fieri faciases in favor of Miles Crenshaw, deceased versus said Baker and James Dewberry -- property pointed out by defendant. 

Two hundred two and a half acres of Land, lot number two in the sixth district of Fayette county, levied on as the property of James Travis, to satisfy ?? fieri faciases in favor of Andrew Johnson versus said Travis-- property pointed out by the plaintiff.

One road Waggon, levied on as the property of Thomas Coleman, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of James C. Cook versus said Coleman -- property pointed out by the defendant.

James G. Stewart, Deputy Sheriff.     Jul 20

07 Aug 1827/14 Aug 1827 164/168 4/4
GEORGIA -- Fayette County.

Whereas Hugh W. Ector applies to me for Letters of Administration, on the estate of Eleanor Ector, deceased, late of Monroe county:

These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my office, within the time prescribed by law, to shew cause, if any they can, why said letters should not be granted.   Given under my hand, this 17th August, 1827.

James Alford, c.c.o.

04 Sept 1827 ?80 4
On the first Tuesday in September next, Will be sold, at the Court house, in the Town of Fayetteville, Fayette County, between the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:  One lot of land, number one hundred and twenty-two in the ninth district Fayette county, with the Grist Mill and Still, together with the Crop and Improvements thereon, two Horses, one road Waggon, sixty head of Hogs, and three Cows and Calves -- all levied on as the property of Isaiah Beck to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Jacob McCollum versus said Beck.

One lot of Land, number thirty-six in the ninth district Fayette county -- levied on as the property of William W. Austin, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Lewis J. Dupree versus said William W. Austin and Fielder Austin.

Winston Wood, Sheriff.       July 23.

04 Sept 1827 ?80 4
On the first Tuesday in September next, Will be sold, at the Court house, in the town of Fayetteville, Fayette county, between the usual hours of sale, the following Property, to wit:  One Negro Girl by the name of Sabina, levied on as the property of Henry H. Baker, to satisfy sundry fieri faciases in favor of Thomas Guest, as Administrator on the estate of Miles Crenshaw, deceased, versus said Baker and James Dewberry -- property pointed out by defendant.

Two hundred two and a half-acres of Land, lot number two in the sixth district of Fayette county, levied on as the property of James Travis, to satisfy two fieri faciases in favor of Andrew Johnson versus said Travis -- property pointed out by the plaintiff.

One road Waggon, levied on as the property of Thomas Coleman, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of James C. Cook versus said Coleman-- property pointed out by the defendant.

James G. Stewart, Deputy Sheriff.

July 30.

04 Sept 1827 ?80 4
Sheriff's Sales.

On the first Tuesday in October next, Will be sold, at the Court house, in the town of Fayetteville, Fayette county, between the usual hours of sale, the following Property, to wit:   One Negro Man by the name of Micager, about 18 or 19 years of age, and one bay Mare three or four years old--levied on as the property of Green Talbert, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Andrew Mancey versus Green Talbert.

One Negro Boy by the name of Ben, 12 or 13 years of age-- levied on as the property of Thomas [?] Colman, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Thomas  [?] Woodfin and sundry other fieri faciases versus the same.

Two hundred and a half acres of Land, known by lot number one hundred and ninety-eight, in the fourth district of originally Henry now Fayette county, well improved -- levied on as the property of William H. Dickson, whereon the said Dickson now lives, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Patrick J. Murray versus said Dickson.

One yoke of Steers and one Cart -- levied on as the property of John Williams, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of James Wilson versus said Williams, William Evans and Thomas C. Benning.

One bay Horse, eight or nine years old, and two Fur Hats--levied on as the property of James Lanier, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of David Hildebrand versus said Lanier and David Smith.

Winston Wood, Sheriff.    August 27

04 Sept 1827 ?80 4
On the first Tuesday in October next, Will be sold at the Court house, in the Town of Fayetteville, Fayette County, between the usual hours of sale, the following Property, to wit:  One hundred acres of Land, more or less, being that part of lot number two hundred and forty-eight in the 5th district of originally Henry now Fayette county, which lies on the north east side of Camp Creek, adjoining Parsons and others--levied on as the property of Thomas Coleman, to satisfy sundry fieri faciases in favor of Thomas Brown and others versus said Colemn--levy made and returned to me by a constable.

The interest of William Bland, in lot of Land number one hundred and eighteen in the fifth district of Fayette county -- levied on to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Elkenah Denson versus said Bland -- levy made and returned to me by a constable.

Five acres of standing Corn, more or less -- levied on as the property of Edmond Dodson, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of William Yarborough versus said Dodson.

One lot of Land, number eight-eight in the fifth district of originally Henry now Fayette county, with the Crop growing thereon -- levied on as the property of Ninian M'Bee Mullican, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Henry Swinney versus said Ninian M'Bee Mullican -- property pointed out by John Burke.

J. G. Stewart, Deputy Sheriff.   September 1.

11 Sept 1827 184 4
Sheriff's Sales.  

On the first Tuesday in October next, Will be sold, at the Court house, in the town of Fayetteville, Fayette county, between the usual hours of sale, the following Property, to wit:   One Negro Man by the name of Micager, about 18 or 19 years of age, and one bay Mare three or four years old--levied on as the property of Green Talbert, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Andrew Mancey versus Green Talbert.

One Negro Boy by the name of Ben, 12 or 13 years of age-- levied on as the property of Thomas [?] Colman, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Thomas  [?] Woodfin and sundry other fieri faciases versus the same.

Two hundred and a half acres of Land, known by lot number one hundred and ninety-eight, in the fourth district of originally Henry now Fayette county, well improved -- levied on as the property of William H. Dickson, whereon the said Dickson now lives, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Patrick J. Murray versus said Dickson.

One yoke of Steers and one Cart -- levied on as the property of John Williams, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of James Wilson versus said Williams, William Evans and Thomas C. Benning.

One bay Horse, eight or nine years old, and two Fur Hats--levied on as the property of James Lanier, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of David Hildebrand versus said Lanier and David Smith.

Winston Wood, Sheriff.    August 27

11 Sept 1827 184 4
On the first Tuesday in October next, Will be sold, at the Court house, in the Town of Fayetteville, Fayette County, between the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:  One hundred acres of land, more or less, being that part of lot number two hundred and forty-eight in the 5th district of originally Henry now Fayette county, which lies on the north east side of Camp Creek, adjoining Parsons and others -- levied on as the property of Thomas Coleman, to satisfy sundry fieri faciases in favor of Thomas Brown and others versus said Coleman -- levy made and returned to me by a constable.

The interest of William Bland, in the lot of land number one hundred and eighteen in the fifth district of Fayette county -- levied on to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Elkenah Denson versus said Bland -- levy made and returned to me by a constable.

Five acres of corn, more or less -- levied on as the property of Edmond Dodson, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of William Yarborough versus said Dodson.

One lot of land, number eighty-eight in the fifth district of originally Henry now Fayette county, with the crop growing thereon -- levied on as the property of Ninian M'Bee Mullican, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Henry Swiney versus said Ninian M'Bee Mullican -- property pointed out by John Burke.

J. G. Stewart, Deputy Sheriff.    September 1

01 Oct 1827 196 4
On the first Tuesday in October next, Will be sold, at the Court house, in the town of Fayetteville, Fayette county, between the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:  One negro man by the name of Micager, about 18 or 19 years of age, and one bay mare three or four years old -- levied on as the property of Green Talbert, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Andrew Mancey versus Green Talbert.

One negro boy by the name of Ben, 12 or 13 years of age -- levied on as the property of Thomas Colman, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Thomas Woodfin and sundry other fieri faciases versus the same.

Two hundred and a half acres of land, known by lot number one hundred and ninety-eight, in the fourth district of originally Henry now Fayette county, well improved -- levied on as the property of William H. Dickson, whereon the said Dickson now lives, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of Patrick J. Murray versus said Dickson.

One yoke of steers and one cart -- levied on as the property of John Williams, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of James Wilson versus said Williams, William Evans and Thomas C. Benning.

One bay horse, eight or nine years old, and ten fur hats -- levied on as the property of James Lanier, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of David Heldobrand versus said Lanier and David Smith.

Winston Wood, Sheriff.       August 27

01 Oct 1827 196 4
Sheriffs Sale:  At Fayetteville, Fayette County, On the first Tuesday in December next, Will be sold at the court house between the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:  Lot No. 24 in the 9th district of Fayette county, whereon David Vann now lives -- levied on as the property of Counsel Fillingem, to satisfy a Fi. Fa in favor of Avery Wheeler.

Lot. No. 160 in the 13th district of originally Henry now Fayette county, whereon Samuel Lorance now lives -- levied on as the property of Harmon, Watson, to satisfy sundry Fi Fas in favor of John Burk vs. said Watson.

The East half of Lot No. 226 in the 4th district of originally Henry now Fayette county.  whereon John Williams now lives -- levied on as the property of Eldridge Millsaps, to satisfy two Fi Fas, one in favor of Joseph H. Cunningham, and one in favor of John Burk vs. said Millsaps.

One yellow Mare about 10 years old -- levied on as the property of Vincent Falkner, to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of Peter Herrin.

Two Stills, Cups and Worms, complete -- levied on as the property of Stephen Herd, to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of Andrew Clark for the use of John Burke -- property pointed out by said Burke.

November 1    Uriah Glass, Sheriff.

17 Nov 1827 184  
Sheriff Sales:  AT Fayetteville, Fayette County, On the first Tuesday in December next, Will be sold between the usual hours of sale, the following property, viz:   Lot No. 226 int eh 5th district of originally Henry now Fayette county -- levied on as the property of George Davis, to satisfy a Fi Fa. in favor of H. W. Jenkins for the use of James Graves -- property pointed out by said Graves.  Oct 20     Uriah Glass, Sheriff

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At the same time and place will be sold:  One fourth part of lot of Land No. 187 in the 4th district of formerly Henry now Fayette county, being the north east corner of said lot -- levied on as the property of James Yarbrough, to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of John Burk vs. said Yarbrough.

Lot of Land No. 98 in the 7th district of Fayette county -- levied on as the property of Andrew Craig, to satisfy sundry executions in favor of Henry B. Thompson and others vs said Craig -- property pointed out by said Craig -- levy made and returned to me by a constable.

Three Negroes, Zeak a man about 21 years old, Patience a woman about 25 years old, and her son Charles about 3 years old -- levied on as the property of William Low, to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of Thomas Betterton Vs said Low and Stith H. Wright security on stay.   Oct 25     Wyatt Heflin, Dep. Shff.

17 Nov 1827 184 4
At Fayetteville, Fayette County, On the first Tuesday in December next, Will be sold at the court house between the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:
Lot No. 24 in the 9th district of Fayette county, whereon David Vann now lives--levied on as the property of Counsel Fillingen to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of Avery Wheeler.
Lot No. 160 in the 13th district of originally Henry now Fayette county, whereon Samuel Lorance now lives -- levied on as the property of Harmon Watson, to satisfy sundry Fi Fas in favor of John Burk vs said Watson.
The East half of Lot No. 226 in the 4th district of originally Henry now Fayette county, whereon John Williams now lives--levied on as the property of Eldridge Millsaps, to satisfy two Fi Fas, one in favor of Joseph H. Cunningham, and one in favor of John Burk vs said Millsaps.
One yellow Mare about 10 years old --levied on as the property of Vincent Falkner, to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of Peter Herrin.
Two Stills, Caps and Worms, complete -- levied on as the property of Stephen Herd, to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of Andrew Clark for the use of John Burke -- property pointed out by said Burke.
November 1. Uriah Glass, Sheriff.
01 Dec 1827   4
At Fayetteville, Fayette County,
On the first Tuesday in December next,
Will be sold between the usual hours of sale, the following property, viz:
Lot No. 226 in the 5th district of originally Henry now Fayette county--levied on as the property of George Davis, to satisfy a Fi. Fa. in favor of H. W. Jenkins for the use of James Graves -- property pointed out by said Graves.
Oct 20 Uriah Glass, Sheriff
01 Dec 1827   4
At the same time and place will be sold:
One fourth part of lot of Land, No. 187 in the 4th district of formerly Henry now Fayette county, being the north east corner of said lot--levied on as the property of James Yarbrough, to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of John Burk vs said Yarbrough.
Lot of Land No. 98 in the 7th district of Fayette county--levied on as the property of Andrew Craig, to satisfy sundry executions, in favor of Henry B. Thompson and others vs said Craig--property pointed out by said Craig--levy made and returned to me by a constable.
Three Negroes, Zeak a man about 21 years old, Patience a woman about 25 years old, and her son Charles about 3 years old--levied on as the property of William Low, to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of Thomas Betterton vs said Low and Stith H. Wright security on stay.
Oct 25 Wyatt Heflin, Dep. Shff.
01 Dec 1827   4
On the first Tuesday in February next, Between the usual hours of sale, will be sold at the court-house in Fayetteville, Fayette county, the following property, to wit:  One lot of Land, No. 24, in the 4th district originally Henry now Fayette county, one feather Bed and Furniture, levied on as the property of Julius Bloodworth, to satisfy a mortgage Fi. Fa. in favor of David Dickson, vs. said Bloodworth.  Property pointed out in the mortgage. 

nov 26   Winston Wood, Sheriff Fayette County.

04 Dec 1827 231 3
On the first Tuesday in January next, Between the usual hours of sale, will be sold at the court-house in Fayetteville, Fayette county, the following property to wit:  One lot of Land, No. 19, in the 7th district of Fayette county, levied on as the property of Sanders Walker, to satisfy a Fi. Fa. in favor of George Aspinwall, vs. said Walker.

One lot of Land, No. 72, in the 5th district originally Henry now Fayette county, levied on as the property of Jacob T. Bells, to satisfy a Fi. Fa. in favor of Irwin Strickland, vs. said Bolls.

One sorrel Mare, about 4 years old, and one yoke of Steers, levied on as the property of Benjamin Falkner, to satisfy a Fi. Fa. in favor of Seaborn Johnson for use of Wm. Pike, vs. said Falkner.

nov 26   Winston Wood, Sheriff.

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On the first Tuesday in December next, Will be sold at the Court House in the town of Fayetteville, Fayette county, between the usual hours of sale, the following Property, to wit:

One hundred acres of Land, it being the east half of lot number two hundred and forty-eight in the fifth district of originally Henry now Fayette county, and one Road Waggon, levied on as the property of Thomas Colman, to satisfy a fieri facias in favor of John Colman, and other fieri faciases versus Thomas Colman.

Nine Fur Hats, levied on as the property of James Leuear, to satisfy one fieri facias in favor of David Heldebran.

Winston Wood, Sheriff.   November 1------------54

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On the first Tuesday in December next, At the Court House in the town of Fayetteville, Fayette county, will be sold, between the usual hours of sale, the following Property, to wit:

Two hundred two and a half acres of Land known by Lot No. one hundred and twenty-two, in the 9th district of Fayette county, well improved, with a Grist Mill and a Distillery thereon, and forty-five acres of cleared land; one set of blacksmith's tools, 70 heads of Hogs, 2 Horses, 1 Grindstone, 1 Pot, 1 Oven, 1 pine Table, 1 spinning Wheel, 5 Chairs, 6 Plates, 3 tin Buckets, 3 tin Pans, 2 pewter Basins, 1 pewter Dish, 1 coffee Pot, 1 Looking Glass, 2 Beds and Furniture, 1 Pail, 1 churn, 1 pair Pothooks, 10 Beegums, 1 Breadtray, 5 Bowls, 1 tin cup, 1 30-gallon cask, with 10 gallons Whiskey therein, 1 side of sole Leather, and some pieces do. 6 Hogsheads, 1 Plough and clevis, 1 pair of Gears, 2 club Axes, 2 Hoes, 1 Mattock, 1 Spade, 1 Handsaw, 1 Drawingknife, 2 Augers, 1 chisel, 1 foot Adze, 1 Saddle and Bridle, 4 Knives and Forks, 40 barrels of corn, 1 Fodderstock, and 3 bushels of shell'd corn -- all levied on as the property of Isaiah Beck, to satisfy an execution in favor of Jacob McCollum.

One Negro Girl, by the name of Milly, levied on as the property of John Haisten and James E. Haisten, security on the stay of execution, to satisfy sundry small Fi. Fas. in favor of the executors of the estate of Redman Thornton, deceased.  Levy made and returned by a constable.

Oct 29      Winston Wood, Sheriff.

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Sheriff Sales:  On the first Tuesday in February next, Between the usual hours of sale, will be sold at the court house in Fayetteville, Fayette county the following property to wit:  One lot of LAND No. 24, in the 4th district originally Henry now Fayette county, one feather Bed and Furniture, levied on as the property of Julius Bloodworth, to satisfy a mortgage Fi. Fa. in favor of David Dickson, vs. said Bloodworth.  Property pointed out in the mortgage.  Winston Wood, Sheriff Fayette County.    nov 26 11 Dec 1827 236 4
Sheriff Sales:  On the fist Tuesday in January next, Between the usual hours of sale, will be sold at the court-house in Fayetteville, Fayette county, the following PROPERTY to wit:   One lot of LAND, No. 39, in the 7th district of Fayette county, levied on as the property of Sanders Walker, to satisfy a Fi. Fa. in favor of Georgia Aspinwall vs. said Walker. 

One lot of LAND, No. 72, in the 5th district originally Henry now Fayette county, levied on as the property of Jacob T. Bolls, to satisfy a Fi. Fa. in favor of Irwin Strickland vs. said Bolls.

One sorrel MARE, about 4 years old, and one yoke of STEERS, levied on as the property of Benjamin Falkner, to satisfy a Fi. Fa. in favor of Seaborn Johnson for the use of Wm. Pike, vs. said Falkner.  Winston Wood, Sheriff.  nov 26.

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On the first Tuesday in FEBRUARY next, Will be sold at the Court House in Fayetteville, Fayette County, between the usual hours of sale, the following PROPERTY, to wit:

One FI::FA, issued from the Superior Court of Fayette county, in favor of Creasy Mullican versus William White -- levied on as the property of Creasy Mullican to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Henry Starr versus said Mullican.

One lot of LAND, No. 138 in the 9th district of Fayette county, one bay Mare 7 years old, one Colt 2 years old, 8 head of Cattle, and 30 barrels of Corn, all levied on as the property of Thomas L. Tanner, to satisfy two fi. fas, one in favor of Pendleton F. Bidell, and one in favor of Absalom Martin versus said Tanner.

One NEGRO BOY by the name of Lewis -- levied on as the property of Henry H. Baker, to satisfy three small executions in favor of Ross Stephens and John Poss bearer, versus said Baker -- levy made and returned to me by a constable.

Dec 24                  WINSTON WOOD, Sheriff.

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On the first Tuesday in FEBRUARY next, Will be sold at the Court House in Fayetteville, Fayette County, between the usual hours of sale, the following PROPERTY, to wit:

Fifteen barrels of CORN, and also a lot of LAND No. 84 in the 4th district of originally Henry now Fayette county, whereon William White now lives, all levied on as the property of William White, to satisfy an execution in favor of Creasy Mullican versus said White.

Sixty barrels of CORN, more or less, levied on as the property of George Whorton, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Charles Collins versus said Whorton -- property pointed out by plaintiff.

Three NEGROES, John, Daniel and Leak -- levied on as the property of John Campebell, to satisfy two executions issuing from a Justice's court in favor of Lewis L. Wittich versus said Campebell and William Hobbs security - levied on and returned to me by a constable.

One lot of LAND, No. 6 in the 7th district of Fayette county -- levied on as the property of Zeba Hunt, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Agustis F. Hand Versus said Hunt and S. P. Hutchinson security.

Dec. 24      JAMES G. STEWART, D. Shff.

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