James Wofford

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
September 27, 1888, Page 8
 
Transcribed by 2006
 

Administrator’s Sale.

Chas. C. Wofford, et als vs. Camilla Wofford as administratrix of James Wofford, deceased, et als, in equity in Bartow Superior court.  In obedience to and as directed by the final decree of the Superior court of Bartow county rendered in the above stated case, will be sold at public outcry before the court house door in Cartersville, GA., on the 1st Tuesday in November 1888, within the legal hours of sale, one hundred and thirty acres more or less, of lot of land number two hundred and ninety eight, (298) in the fifth district and third section of Bartow county, Ga., about forty acres of same more or  less cleared and in cultivation, the balance well timbered, the same being all that part of said lot on which James Wofford lived, and which is mentioned in item two of his will.  Terms of sale: One half cash, the balance at 12 months time.  Purchaser’s note taken for balance bearing interest from date of sale until paid at eight per cent per annum.  Bond for titles given to purchaser.  Titles perfect.

Camilla Wofford

Adm’tx estate of James Wofford, dec’d.

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The Cartersville Express
July 10, 1868, Page 2

Leave To Sell Lands.

Camilla M. Wofford, Adm’x with the will annexed of James Wofford, applies for leave to sell lands belonging to the estate of James Wofford.

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September 25, 1868
Page 2.

Administrator’s Sale.

Camilla M. Wofford offers for sale “lots of land Nos. 297, 315, and east half of No. 280, in the 5th district and 3d section of said county, containing 400 acres, more or less; the same lying on the Tennessee Road, about 8 ½ miles from Cartersville, 140 acres cleared and in a fine state of cultivation, the balance well timbered, together with a comfortable Dwelling and Out Houses, good well and spring water.  Being the place whereon James Wofford resided at the time of his death.  Sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of James Wofford, deceased.”

 

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