Arnold Milner

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
August 13, 1857, Page 3
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Executor’s Sale.

By order of the Court of Ordinary, and in accordance with the will of Arnold Milner, deceased, will be sold before the court house in the county of Cass, on the 1st Tuesday in October next:

A tract of land, lying on Etowah river, within one mile of Cartersville, containing 900 acres, more or less, and certainly one of the most productive and desirable plantations in Cherokee Georgia, about 350 acres of which is in a high state of cultivation, with all necessary improvements.

Also, a town lot in Cartersville, No. not recollected—on which is a commodious store house, now occupied by Messrs. Stephens.

Also, town lot in Cassville, No. not recollected, which is vacant, and lies adjoining the lot in said town owned by J. M. Patton, Esq., on the North, containing one half acre, more or less.

Also, 80 acres of land in Oothcaloga valley, lying in Oothcaloga creek, and within one half mile of Adairsville, very fertile and in a high state of cultivation.

Also, two and a half shares—valued at $100 each—in the brick hotel in the town of Adairsville.

Terms on day of sale, but will be easy.

William Milner,
Aug 13

Atlanta Examiner will please copy till day of sale and forward account to this office.


October 8, 1857
Page 3.

Petition To Execute Title.

Arnold Milner sold a town lot in Adairsville, east of the Public Square, bounded South by lot of Veach & Lawrence, East by the street, and North by lot of E. Porter.  Arnold Milner “departed this life without executing titles to said Lewis F. Mauney.”  Lewis Mauney has petitioned the Court to have William Milner, executor of Arnold Milner, execute title to him.


October 22, 1857
Page 3

Executor’s Sale.

By virtue of an order, and in pursuance of the will, will be sold on the first Tuesday in December next 45 slaves belonging to the estate of Arnold Milner late of said County, deceased. Consisting of Men, Women, Boys, Girls and Children, most of them likely.

Also, an interest of one fourth in the Cartersville Iron Works and land, also one half of lot Number not known lying in the Oothcaloga Valley.  Also one town lot in Cartersville, now occupied by Milner & Kennedy, with a good store house and office, terms on day of sale.



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