Ira W. Waldrip

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 5, 1888, Page 4
 
Transcribed by 2006
 

Executor’s Sale.

Under and by virtue of an order and judgment of the Court of Ordinary of Bartow county, Ga., granted at the regular May term, 1888, of said court, will be sold before the court house door in Cartersville, Ga., within the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in August, 1888, the following lots and parts of lots of land, to-wit:

Lots of land numbers five hundred and ninety-one, (591), six hundred and thirty three (633), six hundred and sixty three (663) and six hundred and sixty four (664), located in the 21st district and 2nd section of Bartow county, Ga., each of said lots of land containing forty acres of land, more or less, known as the Island Mill plantation of Ira W. Waldrip, dec’d.  Said plantation is situated on the Etowah river, and has thereon a good corn mill, cotton gin, cotton press, two ordinary frame dwellings and other outhouses.  Said mill is in running order, and the lands are medium lands, and in t eh mineral belt.  The titles to said lands are good.

Also, the undivided one-half interest in lot of land number seven hundred and seventeen, (717), located in the 21st district and 2nd section of Bartow county, Ga., said lot containing forty (40) acres of land, more or less.  The other undivided half interest in said last named lot number seven hundred and seventeen (717) is owned by Emsley Stegall; said lot is situated about three quarters of a mile northwest of Emerson, in the mineral belt of Bartow county, Ga., and is an unimproved wild lot of land.  The title is good.

Also lots of land numbers nine hundred and eighty four (984), nine hundred and eighty five (985), nine hundred and eighty six (986), nine hundred and eighty seven (987), ten hundred and thirty (1030), ten hundred and thirty one (1031), ten hundred and fifty eight (1058), ten hundred and fifty nine (1059), and twenty five (25) acres more or less, of lot number nine hundred and sixty (960), each of said lots located in the 21st district and 2nd section of Cherokee county, Ga., and each of said whole lots of land contain forty (40) acres of land, more or less, all of said last named lots lie adjoining and are well watered; the old Alabama wagon road runs through this body of land; it is known as the old home place of Ira W. Waldrip, dec’d; it is located near New Hope church, and within four miles of Acworth, Ga., and most of said lands are in a good state of cultivation; lots numbers nine hundred and eighty four (984) and nine hundred and eighty six (986) have the buildings located on them; the titles to these last named lots of land are also good.  Each of said last named lots of land will be sold separately; all of said lands sold as the property of the estate of said Ira W. Waldrip, dec’d, for the purpose of paying debts of said deceased, and for distribution. The terms of said sales are cash.

Let one and all who desire to make a good investment in lands be present at said sale and buy good bargains.  This July 3d, 1888.
James C. Waldrip, Executor of Ira W. Waldrip, dec’d.

 

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