Mr. R. C. C. Powell

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
April 27, 1888, Page 5
 
Transcribed by 2006
 

“Small Items Corralled.”

Mr. R. C. C. Powell, living near Euharlee, died last Saturday and was buried on Sunday.  He was about sixty years of age.

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The Courant American
May 25, 1888, Page 5

Citation.
State of Georgia – Bartow County.

Court of Ordinary, May term 1888.  Thos H. Powell, as executor of R. C. C. Powell, having filed his petition for probate of R. C. C. Powell’s will in solemn form, and it appearing that citation should issue to be served personally on M. L. Hammonds, M. Anna Putman and Virginia W. Harr’s, ordered that the usual citation issue to be served on them ten days before the July term 1888, of this court, and that as Emma B. Davis and Sallie A. Whitehead reside out of the State of Georgia, and can only be served by publication, that they be cited and made parties by publication once a week for four weeks in the Courant-American, a newspaper published in the city of Cartersville, State of Georgia, before the July term 1888, of said Court of Ordinary, and that this order so published constitute such citation.  Granted in open court May 7th, 1888.

J. A. Howard, Ordinary

 

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