Martin V. Elliott

 
The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
December 24, 1857, Page 3
 
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Administrator’s Sale.
On the First Tuesday in March, 1858.

Agreeably to an order of the Ordinary of Dekalb county, will be sold before the court house door in Cassville, within the usual hours of sale—

Part of lot of land No. 91, in the 5th district of Cass county, lying on the north side of the public road leading from Kingston to Cartersville, containing three acres more or less—the place where James C. Hately formerly lived.  Sold as the property of Martin V. Elliott, deceased, late of DeKalb county.  Terms made known on the day of sale.

John C. Elliott, Administrator.
Dec. 24, 1857.

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The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
April 14, 1859, Page 3

Administrator’s Sale.

Agreeably to an order of the Ordinary of DeKalb co., will be sold before the court house door in the town of Cassville, on the 1st Tuesday in June next, within the legal hours of sale, one town lot in Kingston, No. 53, containing 50 feet front of the public square, running back east 125 feet.  Also will be sold on the 1st Tuesday in July next, before the court house door in the county of Polk, lot of land No. 135, in the 19th dist., and 2d section.  All sold as the property of Martin V. Elliott, deceased, late of DeKalb county.

J. C. Elliott, Adm’r
Apr. 14

 

 

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