George B. Russell

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
September 22, 1859, Page 3
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Georgia, Cass county.
Ordinary’s Office, Sept. 16, 1859

It appearing to me by the petition of John F. Milhollin that George B. Russell, deceased, did in his lifetime execute to E. C. B. Christian his bond, conditioned to execute titles to town lot number four, in the town of Cassville, State of Georgia, and that said bond was duly and legally transferred to said John F. Milhollin; and it further appearing that said John F. Milhollin has paid the full amount of the purchase money of said lot and petitions this Court to direct Turner H. Trippe and George Alexander, Executors of the last will and testament of said George B. Russell, deceased, to execute titles to him in conformity with said bond: it is therefore hereby ordered that notice be given in three or more public places and in the Cassville Standard of such application, that all persons concerned may file their objections, if any exist, why Turner H. Trippe and George Alexander, Executors, as aforesaid, should not execute titles to said lot in conformity with said bond.

A true extract from the minutes of Court.

James W. Watts, Ord’ry
Per W. C. Gaines, D. Clk.
Sept. 22, 1859


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