Felix C. Bailey

 
The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
January 22, 1869, page 3
 
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Georgia Bartow County.

All persons having demands against the estate of Felix C. Bailey, late of said county deceased, are hereby notified to present them, duly attested, for payment, and those indebted to said estate are requested to come forward and pay up.

Jason A. Bailey.
Jan. 20, 1869

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The Cartersville Express
January 13, 1870, page 2

Leave to Sell Land.

Otis L. Bailey, Ex’r of Felix C. Bailey, deceased, applies to sell a portion of the real estate belonging to the estate.

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March 3, 1870
Page 2

Executor’s Sale.

On the first Tuesday in May next, will be sold before the courthouse door in Cartersville, within the legal hours of sale, the following lands to-wit:

Lots of Land Nos. 124, 165, 125, and 164 except about two acres off of the northwest corner, and fractional parts of lot No. 166 on the south side of Etowah river including the Island, all lying in the 17th District and 3d Section of Bartow county, known as the Vanmeter place, formerly owned by F. C. Bailey, now deceased, containing, in all, 180 acres, more or less, 125 acres cleared, ordinary improvements, sufficient, however to accommodate renters.  The land is rented for the present year for one-third grain and one-fourth cotton, the rents to go with the land.  The place was sold, in his lifetime, by Mr. Bailey to Mr. Vanmeter, owing to unavoidable failure on the part of the purchaser, by mutual consent it was agreed by the legatees of said Bailey, to take it back. It is now sold a s a part of B’s estate, for distribution among his heirs.  Terms cash.

O. L. Bailey, Executor
Of F. C. Bailey, dec’d.
Mch 3, 1870

 

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The Cartersville Express
October 9, 1873, Page 2

Executor’s Sale.

By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of Bartow county, will be sold on the first Tuesday in November next, before the Court House door in Cartersville, said county, between the legal sale hours. The tract of land in said county whereon Felix C. Bailey resided at the time of his death, known as his home tract, containing 200 acres, more or less, lying in the 17th District, and 3rd section of said county.  Sold as the property of Felix C. Bailey, deceased, for the purpose of distribution, in accordance with the will of said deceased.  Terms of sale one third cash.  Balance, on one and two years credit.  Note and security with interest from 1st Jan’y 1874.  Bond for titles given.  This 2nd Oct. 1873.

O. L. Bailey, Ex’r
F. C. Bailey, Dec’d.

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The Cartersville News
September 11, 1873, Page 2

Leave to Sell Lands.

O. L. Bailey, executor of Felix C. Bailey, applies to sell the lands belonging to the deceased.

 

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The Cartersville Express
October 9, 1873, Page 2

Executor’s Sale.

By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of Bartow county, will be sold on the first Tuesday in November next, before the Court House door in Cartersville, said county, between the legal sale hours. The tract of land in said county whereon Felix C. Bailey resided at the time of his death, known as his home tract, containing 200 acres, more or less, lying in the 17th District, and 3rd section of said county.  Sold as the property of Felix C. Bailey, deceased, for the purpose of distribution, in accordance with the will of said deceased.  Terms of sale one third cash.  Balance, on one and two years credit.  Note and security with interest from 1st Jan’y 1874.  Bond for titles given.  This 2nd Oct. 1873.

O. L. Bailey, Ex’r
F. C. Bailey, Dec’d.

 

 

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