William Hardin

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
January 8, 1857, Page 2
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Plantation in Cass Co.

The undersigned , Executors of the last will and testament of Col. William Hardin, deceased, offer for sale in accordance with the provisions of said will, that
The Etowah River,
In Cass county, on which the deceased lived at the time of his death, consisting of about
Eight Hundred Acres.
This is one of the most desirable and one of the very best farms in this county.  There as some
Four Hundred Acres
Or more of cleared land, and in a high state of cultivation, with a good dwelling, out-houses, gin-house and barn, all of which are in good repair, most of them new.
This is the best farm in Cass County,
And can be purchased at a reasonable price.
Terms can be made easy.

James Milner,
M. A. Hardin


May 21, 1857
Page 3

Executor’s Sale.

Will be sold before the court house door in Cassville, Cass county, by virtue of an order from the Ordinary of Cass county, on the 1st Tuesday in July next, within the usual hours of sale, the following property, to-wit:

Frank, a man about 45 years old; Tom, about 35 years old; Comfort, about 40 years old; Eliza, and her child, about 3 years old; Dilsey, about 35 years old.  All sold as the property of Wm. Hardin, deceased.

M. A. Hardin, Ex’r
May 21


November 26, 1857
Page 3.

CASS SHERIFF’S SALES.—On the first Tuesday in January next, within the legal hours of sale, before the Court House door in the town of Cassville, the following property will be sold:
..Also, one negro man, Spencer, 45 years old.  Levied on as the property of Thos D. Shelton, to satisfy 2 fi fas from Floyd Superior Court, in favor of Robt. T. McCay and C. H. Smith, vs. said Shelton.

Also, one negro girl, Amanda, 16 years old, of dark complexion. Levied on as the property of Wm. Hardin, deceased, to satisfy a fi fa from Cass Superior Court, in favor of Benj. J. McGinnis, vs. Jas. Milner and M. A. Hardin, Executors of Wm. Hardin, deceased.
Bogle & Vaughan, Shff’s.


Cass Sheriff’s Sales for June, 1859

Also, one negro woman, Eliza, about 23 years old, and Mason, 4 years old, Bill, 2 yrs. old; Francis Erwin vs. M. A. Hardin, Ex’r Wm. Hardin, dec’d.


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