B. G. Poole

 
The Free Press
Cartersville, Georgia
July 7, 1881, page 3
 
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Death of an Old Citizen.

Died at his residence in this place on Friday night last at 8 P. M., Mr. B. G. Poole, aged 62 years. The deceased was well known and highly respected by our people. He was one of our oldest citizens, having been a resident of the county thirty-seven years. He was formerly engaged heavily in the iron business and was quite successful. He was born in Union district, S. C., and at the age of four years he removed to Spartanburg where he remained until he was twenty-five years of age, when he removed to Georgia and remaining in our state until his death. He had been suffering with a complication of diseases for several months and his death was not unexpected. In his demise Bartow county has lost a good and noble citizen strictly honest and upright in all his dealings. He was a loving husband and doting father, and to his bereaved family we offer our heartfelt condolence.

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The Courant American
August 30, 1888, Page 8

Administrator’s Sale.
Georgia – Bartow County.

By virtue of an order from the court of ordinary of Bartow county, Georgia, will be sold before the court house door in Cartersville, said county, within the legal sale hours, on the first Tuesday in October, 1888, the following property, to wit:

One dwelling house and lot, containing one acre, more or less, in the city of Cartersville, Ga., bounded west by W. & A. R. R. and street, south by Leake street, east by Gilmer street, and north by Mrs. M. J. Smith’s lot, and known as lots Nos. sixty-two (62) and sixty three (63), original survey of Cartersville.  The dwelling is a frame building, containing five rooms, good well and stable.

Also, lots of land, unimproved, numbers one hundred and ninety two (192), ninety-seven (97) and ninety-eight (98), in the 22nd district and 2nd section of Cherokee county, Ga., except the mineral interest now owned by the estate of W. E. Dodge, deceased.

Also, the undivided one fourth interest in lot No. one hundred and thirty nine (139), in the 6th district and 20th section of Gilmer county, Georgia, known as the Leake Gold mine property.  This is a fine opening for a good investment in gold property.  Sold as the property of the estate of B. G. Poole, deceased, for division and paying debts of said estate.  Terms cash.

Any or all of the above property can be sold at private sale before sale day.  This 27th August, 1888.

Henry P. Ford
Adm’r with the will annexed of B. G. Pool, dec’d.

 

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