Cason B. Puckett

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
April 8, 1852 , Page 3
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Letters of Guardianship.

David C. Ayers for William E. Puckett, minor heir of Cason B. Puckett.


July 8, 1852
Page 3

Administrator’s Sale.

Wm. C. Wyly, Administrator of Cason B. Puckett, will sell “lot of land whereon Mr. David C. Ayers now lives” and one negro girl (unnamed.)


July 22, 1852
Page 3

Administrator’s Sale.

W. C. Wyly, Adm’r of Cason B. Puckett, will sell lot # 172 in the 5th dist., 3d sect. “Also at the same time and place, two negroes; one a boy and the other a girl—all sold as the property of Cason B. Puckett deceased.”


September 23, 1852
Page 3

Administrator’s Sale.

Agreeably to an order of the Honorable Ordinary of Cass county, will be sold on the first Tuesday in November next, before the court house door in Cassville, between the usual hours of sale, a negro boy named TONEY, belonging to the estate of Cason B. Puckett, deceased, for the benefit of his heirs.  Terms on the day of sale.

W. C. Wyly, Adm’r.


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