Robert H. Patton

 
The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
July 8, 1869, page 2
 
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Leave to Sell Land.

J. M. Patton, Adm’r with the will annexed of R. H. Patton, applies to sell the real estate of Robert H. Patton, deceased.

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September 16, 1869
Page 2

Administrator’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, Ga., within the legal hours of sale, the PLANTATION formerly occupied by DR. ROBERT H. PATTON, situated in Old Cass County, on the Western & Atlantic Railroad, two miles west of Cass Station.

This is one of the best upland plantations in the county, contains about Three Hundred and Fifty Acres, two hundred of which are cleared.  The soil is good, the location healthy, convenient to two Post Offices and three Churches, and in the midst of a good neighborhood.

On the place is a comfortable framed dwelling, containing nine rooms; also Kitchen, Servant’s house, cribs, Stables, &c.

Also, on the succeeding day, on the above described place, will be sold, the PERSONAL PROPERTY of said estate, consisting of COWS AND CALVES, Farming Utensils, and Household and Kitchen Furniture.  The terms of both sales – Cash.

The undersigned being authorized, by the heirs, to sell the above described property at private sale, can be enquired of at Atlanta, Ga.

The premises will be showed to parties desiring purchase, by WM. B. PATTON, who is residing thereon.

JULIUS M. PATTON
Administrator Cum Testamento Annexo
of Robert H. Patton, deceased.
Sept, 15, 1869.

 

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