Col. Robert H. Rowland

 
The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
December 2, 1869, page 3
 
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Col. Robt. H. Rowland, youngest child and son of the late Maj. John S. Rowland, of this county deceased, departed this life, at the old Homestead, near this place on Thursday evening, the 25th of November; his funeral was preached by Rev. J. G. Ryals, and his remains were buried by the side of his father and mother, in the family burying ground, on Friday evening following. But three short weeks had passed off since his mother was called hence, and now, though young, buoyant and vigorous, her darling idol son, has been called to follow in her footsteps, leaving behind to mourn his untimely departure, his young, pious and devoted wife and infant babe.—May the good Lord be a husband to them.—Amen.

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The Cartersville Express
July 7, 1871, page 2

Leave to Sell Land.
Wm. H. Hollenshead, executor of the estate of Robert H. Rowland, deceased, applies to sell the land belonging to the estate.

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September 12, 1871
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 Nov., 1871, at the Court House door in said county, between the legal sale hours, the tract of land belonging to the estate of Robert H. Rowland, known as the Bishop Place, containing four lots of forty acres each more or less, about sixty acres more or less cleared and adjoining lands of Home Place, Quarles and others.

Terms one half cash, the other half twelve months credit with good and sufficient security.  Titles given when the last payment shall have been made.

W. H. Hollinshead adm’r of Rob’t H. Rowland.
Sept. 6th, 1871.

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The Standard and Express
August 8 , 1872, page 2

Leave To Sell Land.

William H. Hollinshed, executor of the estate of Robert H. Rowland, applies to sell a portion of the land belonging to the estate.

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September 26, 1872
Page 3.

Executor’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, at the Court House door in said county, between the legal sale hours, a portion of the real estate of Robt. H. Rowland, known as the Ditchfield, being fractions of lots 657, 712, and 713, lying in said county on the Southeast side of the Etowah river, being the most fertile part of the plantation, and containing about forty acres more or less.  Sold for the benefit of creditors.  Terms cash.
W. H. Hollinshed,
Executor of R. H. Rowland.

 

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