Mason Thomas

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
February 4, 1897, Page 5
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“Brief Local Items.”

Mason Thomas, a negro carpenter, who was esteemed as a good negro, died in this city yesterday morning.


The Courant American
June 8, 1899, page 8

Administrator’s Sale.

On the first Tuesday in July, 1899, between the legal hours of sale, before the court house door in the city of Cartersville, Bartow county, Georgia, I will sell for cash to the highest bidder, house and  lot of land in said city, the property of the estate of Mason Thomas, colored deceased, said property fronting north on Carter street, bounded east by property of Dr. T. H. Baker and Haynes Milner, west by an alley, south by property of C. H. Smith, being the dwelling and lot where Mason Thomas lived at time of his death.  Sold by virtue of an order from the court of ordinary of said county for the purpose of paying debts of said deceased, and for distribution.

Joe M. Moon
Adm’r Estate of Mason Thomas, dec’d.
This June 6th, 1899


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