The Weekly Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. March 18, 1879


Legal Notices


Georgia, Fayette County -- Ordinary's Office. February 21st, 1879 - Mathias Goodman has applied for exemption of personalty and valuation of homestead, and I will pass upon the same at 10 o'clock a.m. on the 15th day of March, 1879, at my office in Fayetteville.
L. B. Griggs
Ordinary


Georgia, Fayette County -- Ordinary's Office, February 5, 1879. Whereas M. L. Yates administrator of Robert N. Harris, deceased, shows that he has fully discharged his trust and prays for letters of dismission.  All persons concerned are hereby notified to file their objections, if any exist, on or before the first Monday in May next, else letters of dismission will be granted the applicant.
L. B. Griggs
Ordinary



Fayette County Sheriff's Sales for April -- Will be sold before the Courthouse door in the town of Fayetteville, Fayette county, Georgia, on the first Tuesday in April next, within the legal hours of sale, the following property to-wit:


One hundred acres of land, being the south half of lot No. 8, and forty-five acres off of the southwest corner of lot of land No. 120, all lying in the sixth district of Fayette county. Levied on by virtue of and to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from the Superior Court of Coweta county in favor of L. B. Griggs, Ordinary of Fayette county, for the use of Tillman Burk, guardian, etc. vs. W. W. Sibley, principal and Jane Edmondson, Administratrix of Eli Edmondson, deceased. Property pointed out by R. T. Dorsey, plaintiff's attorney. Tenants in possession duly notified. March 1, 1879.


Also, at the same time and place, twenty (20)acres of land out of the south side of the lot of land No. 153, in the lower seventh district of said county. Said land bounded on the north and west by lands of W. Slayton, on the east by lands of L. L. Landrum and on south by lands of D. C. Stokes. Levied on as the property of F. Landrum by virtue of and to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from the Justice's Court of the 549th district G. M., in favor of L. F. Blalock vs. J. S. Palmer and F. Landrum. Tenant in possession served with written notice of this levy. Levied on by M. N. Davis, L. C. and turned over to me to advertise and sell this January 28, 1879. Property pointed out by plaintiff.


Also, at the same time and place, the north half of lot of land No. 165, containing one hundred and one and one-fourth acres, more or less, lying in the sixth district of said county. Levied on as the property of William Glass by virtue of and to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from the Inferior Court of said county in favor of M. L. Yates vs. William Glass, and now controlled by W. W. Matthews. Property pointed out by R. T. Dorsey, plaintiff's attorney. Tenant in possession duly notified. This March 3, 1879.
J. M. Carlile, Sheriff.



Campbell County Sheriff's Sales.
Will be sold before the court-house door in the town of Fairburn, Campbell county, Georgia, on the first Tuesday in April, 1879, between the legal hours of sale, the following property, to-wit:  All that tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the town of Fairburn, Campbell county, Georgia; same being a town lot in said town of Fairburn, Georgia, commencing at corner of Wm. S. Harvey's lot on Campbellton street and running along said street to the lot of Mrs. Abagill McKown; thence back in western direction to the property of James R. McKown; thence along the
line of said lot in Southern direction to a corner of said lot; thence east to starting point; the same being one acre and a part of land lot No. 68, in 9th Fayette, but now Campbell county, Georgia, it being lot improved by O. A. Cantrell and occupied by Judge Q. C. Grice as a dwelling; the premises now in possession of said Grice and owned by him.  Property pointed out by plaintiff in fi. fa. and notice of this levy given to defendant in fi. fa. and Dr. Wm. D. Young, who controls the property for the use and benefit of said Grice. Levied on as the property of Q. C. Grice, by virtue of and to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Campbell Superior Court, August Term, 187, in favor of Robertson W. Terry
against Q. C. Grice. Levied on as the property of Q. C. Grice. Property pointed out as aforesaid and notice given as aforesaid. This March 4th, 1879.
John L. Camp
Sheriff C.C.


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