Ira W. Waldrip

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
January 31, 1889, 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, Georgia, granted at the regular May term, 1888, of said court, will be sold before the court house door in Cartersville, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in March, 1889, the following lots and parts of lots of land to wit:  Lots of land numbers 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 2d section of Bartow county, Georgia, each of said lots of land containing forty acres, more or less.  Known as the Island Mill plantation of Ira W. Waldrip, deceased.  Said plantation is situated in the Southeast portion of Bartow county, Ga., on the Etowah river, eight miles from the city of Cartersville, Ga., and six miles from Acworth, Ga., and has thereon a good corn mill, cotton gin and press, two ordinary frame dwellings and outhouses.  Said mill, gin and press are all in good running order and the lands are of two grades, to-wit: Good river bottom and uplands, all of which is situated in the mineral belt of Bartow county, Ga.  The title is good.  The terms of said sale are cash, and for the benefit of the creditors of said estate.  This January 30, 18889.

James C. Waldrip

Executor of Ira W. Waldrip, deceased.


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