John Corbin

The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
November 4, 1870, page 2
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Letters of Administration.

W. F. Corbin on the estate of John Corbin, late of Bartow county [De bonis non]


The Cartersville Express
March 31, 1871, page 2

Leave to Sell Land.

Wm. F. Corbin, Adm’r, de bonis non, applies to sell the real estate belonging to the late John Corbin.


June 30, 1871
Page 2.

Administrator’s Sale.

By virtue of an order of the Court of Ordinary of Bartow county, will be sold before the Court House, in Cartersville, said County, on the First Tuesday in September, 1871, between the legal sale hours, the tract of land in said county whereon John Corbin resided at the time of his death, containing 420 acres more or less; composed of lots Nos. 6, in the 22d District and 2d section, and Nos. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 62 and Northwest half of No. 61, in the 21st and 2d Section of said county.  About 120 acres of cleared land, in fine state of cultivation; 70 acres of bottom land; the farm well improved; good dwellings, and all necessary out-houses; well watered-well and springs.  The lands not cleared, well timbered.  Also lots Nos. 165, 196 and 197, in the 21st District, and 2d section, Cherokee County, containing 120 acres, more or less; 5 acres cleared, with a good dwelling house, the balance well timbered, known as the Laughing Gal place, on the Canton Road.  Sold as the property of John Corbin, deceased, for the benefit of the heirs of said deceased. –terms of sale—One half cash; the other half on a credit of two years, from date of sale, with interest from date; note and good security.—Bond for titles to be given.  Possession given 1st November.

Wm. F. Corbin, Ad’m’r de bonis non of John Corbin, dec’d
June 28th, 1871


The Standard and Express
June 6, 1872, page 2

Letters of Dismission.

William F. Corbin states that he has fully administered the estate of John Corbin.


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