Hart County Court Records



ATTAWAY, William F.
1868: An Act to relieve William F. Attaway, of Hart county, from liability as security on bond of Henry T. Brown.

Approved October 5, 1868, General Assembly of the State of Georgia. Whereas, on the fifteenth day of May, 1866, William A. Brown, William F. Attaway, Jesse Ginn and John M. Haynes, all of Hart county, Georgia, entered into and signed a bond as securities for the personal appearance of Henry T. Brown, indicted for murder in the Superior Court of Banks county, Georgia, said bond payable to Charles J. Jenkins, Governor of Georgia, and his successors in office, for the sum of five thousand dollars, and by reason of the nonappearance of said Henry T. Brown said bond became forfeited; and in the year 1867, at the October term of Superior Court of Banks county, judgment was entered against the said William F. Attaway, Jesse Ginn and John M. Haynes for the amount of the bond, five thousand dollars, with cost of suit, William A. Brown, father of said Henry T. Brown, being left out without the knowledge or consent of the other securities; and whereas, the said Jesse Ginn and John M. Haynes have proven themselves entirely insolvent, so that the whole liabilities of said bond rest on William F. Attaway, who is a man of very limited means; and whereas , the grand jury of Banks county, at the October term of the Superior Court for 1867, did recommend the relief of the securities on said bond to the General Assembly of the State of Georgia; therefore be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, That the said William F. Attaway of the county of Hart, as aforesaid, be and hereby is relieved from all liabilities on said bond, and that the solicitor General is hereby instructed to not prosecute said bond.

Submitted by Jaqueline King



DUNN, Abner L.
PROPERTY SCHEDULE: Hart County, Georgia Homestead Book
February 1895

To the Ordinary of said county the following schedule of property of Abner L Dunn who is the head of a family consisting of himself, his wife Rhoda Dunn, about 24 years old and 5 minor children to wit: George 13, Mattie 8, Parker 6, Sam 5, Lizz Dunn 2 years old. I claim to be exempt from levy and sale by A. L. Dunn out of A. L. Dunn Estate for the benefit of his said wife and children under Section 2040 of the code of Georgia and following to wit: our farm horse or mule, our cow red sided white back--- and calf white and brown spotted, ten head of hogs and fifty dollars worth of provisions corn wheat meal and land and five dollars worth additional for each child syrup, peas, potatoes, sugar, coffee and fifty bushels of corn and thousand pounds of fodder and our horse wagon, our table, our set of chairs sufficient for the use of the family household and kitchen furniture not to exceed one hundred fifty dollars and 3 beds and bedding and common bedsteads, one loom, one spinning wheel and two pair cards and one hundred pounds of lint cotton, common tools of trade of himself and family family bible, religious works and school books, family portraits, equipment and arms of a militia soldier and trooper's horse and ordinary cooking utensils and table crockery, wearing apparel of himself and family and one family sewing machine all amt not exceed three hundred dollars. Personally appeared A. L. Dunn the applicant for exemption above set out before the under signed and on oath says the same is a true and correct. Schedule of his property which is claimed to be exempt to deponent & family under Section 2040 of the code and following Section which deponent prays may be recorded as provided by law.
His mark A.L. Dunn
F. C. Stephenson Ordinary




DUNN, Henry
SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY: Hart County, Georgia, Homestead Book
December 30, 1909

To the Ordinary of said county: The following is the schedule of property of Henry Dunn who is the head of a family, consisting of himself, his wife Anna Dunn, and one minor child, to wit: Lenard Dunn, 11 years old, claimed to be exempt from levy and sale, for the use and benifit of his said wife and family, under Section 2866 of the Code of Georgia and following sections:
Three head of hogs and fifty dollars worth of provisions, and five dollars worth additional for each child, to wit: Lenard Dunn. Fifty bushels of corn, one thousand pounds of fodder , one table and set of chairs sufficient for the family, and household and kitchen furniture not to exceed one hundred and fifty dollars in value. Beds, bedding, and common bedsteads sufficient for the family. Common tools of trade of himself and family. Ordinary cooking utensils and table crockery. Wearing apparel of self and wife and family. Family Bible, religous works and school books. Family Portraits, one family sewing machine. Personally appeared Henry Dunn, the applicant for exemption above set out who, on oath, says that the same is true and correct schedule of his property, which is claimed to be exempt to desponent and family under section 2866 of the Code and following sections, which deponent prays may be recorded as provided by law.

Henry Dunn
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 30th day of December 1909 W. B. McMullan, Ordinary

Back to Hart County Home Page
gagenweb logo
Compilation Copyright 1997 - Present by The GAGenWeb Project Team

This page was last updated on -12/05/2012