Vincent Brown

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
December 3, 1857, Page 3
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Administrator’s Sale.

Agreeably to an order of the Ordinary of Cass county, will be sold before the court house door in Cassville, on the first Tuesday in January next, within the usual hours of sale:

One settlement of land on the Etowah river, on which Vincent Brown lived at the time of his death.  Sold without the incumbrance of the widow’s dower.

Also, four lots of land, lying on Raccoon creek, known as the Henderson place, containing 160 acres, more or less.  Sold under the incumbrance of widow Henderson’s dower.

Also, two lots of land lying in the 17th district and 3d section, numbers not recollected, lying in the settlement of White’s old mills.

Also, three negro men: Tobe, a man about 58 years old—Ben, a man about 38 years old—King, a man about 34 years old.

All sold as the property of Vincent Brown, deceased.  Terms made known on the day of sale.

John C. Waits, Administrator.


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