Thomas Dabbs

 
The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
September 26, 1878, Page 2
 
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Executor’s Sale.

By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of Bartow county, will be sold before the Court House door in Cartersville, said county, on the first Tuesday in November, 1878, within the legal sale hours, the following property to-wit: The tract of land on which Thomas Dabbs, deceased, resided at the time of his death containing 517 acres more or less.  The same will be divided and sold in tracts as follows: First tract, known as the home place, and composed of lots Nos. 1255, 1266, 1267, and the west half of 1256 and 1265 in the 4th district and 3rd section of Bartow county, and lots Nos. 31, 32, 41 and about 30 acres of lot No. 33 in the 3rd district and 3rd section of Paulding county.  The whole tract containing 310 acres more or less, about 75 acres cleared and in cultivation. Comfortable improved dwelling house, barn, gin house, and other convenient out houses, good orchard—peaches and apples—well watered, being situated on Pumpkin Vine Creek, fine running branch in all the horse and crib lots, &c., and a never failing well in the yard.   Plenty of timber on this tract for all farm purposes.  Second tract, composed of lots Nos. 1257, 1263, 1264, and the east half of lots Nos. 1256 and 1265, all in the 4th district and 3rd section of Bartow county, all of lot No. 34, (except about one acre in the south-west corner) also about seven acres of lot No. 33 in the 3rd district and 3rd section of Paulding county, the whole tract containing 207 acres more or less, (the dividing line between this tract and the one above described being run and staked and blazed through lots 1256, and 1265, in the 4th district and 3rd section, and lot No. 33 in the 3rd district 3rd section until it comes within 4 rods of the creek, thence running up the creek 4 rods from the creek on the east side to the south line of lot No. 34, 3rd district and 3rd section, about 90 acres cleared and in cultivation, and the balance well timbered, 2 log cabins well watered, the creek runs through the tract, 5 good springs.  Also the undivided one-half of lot No. 308, in the 20th district and 2nd section in Cobb county containing 160 acres more or less, being a wild unimproved lot, well timbered, All sold as the property of Thomas Dabbs, deceased, for distribution among his legatees.  Terms of Sale: one-third cash, one third due 25th day of December 1879, and one third due 25th day of December 1880.  Interest from day of sale at 7 per cent.  Note taken, and bond for title given. Deed to be made when purchase money is paid.  The wild lot, No. 308, 20th district and 2nd section, Cobb county, sold for cash.

Charles T. Dabbs
Executor, Thomas Dabbs, deceased.

 

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