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LEGAL NOTICES – CHEROKEE COUNTY, ALABAMA
Transcribed from the Cherokee Advertiser, Centre, Alabama, June 10, 1875
FREDERICK KAISER vs. Cornwall Iron Works Company, H. D. Cothran, Thomas McCulloch, Robert Marsahll et als – In Chancery at Centre, Ala., Tenth District, Eastern Chancery Division.
In this cause it is made to appear to the Register by the affidavit of Thomas Bradford, one of the complainant’s solicitors, that the defendants, H. D. Cothan, Thomas McCullock and Robert Marshall are non-residents of this State, and that the particular place of residence of H. D. Cothran and Thomas McCulloch is in the city of Rome, in the State of Georgia; that the particular place of residence of Robert Marshall is in the city and State of New York and further, that in the belief of said affiant the defendants are of the age of twenty-one years.
It is therefore ordered by the Register that publication be made in the Cherokee Advertiser, a newspaper published in the town of Centre once a week for four consecutive weeks, requiring them, the said H. D. Cothran, Thomas McCulloch, and Robert Marshall to answer or demur to the bill of complaint in this cause by the 17th day of July, 1875, or in thirty days thereafter, a decree pro confesso, may be taken against them.
Done at office in Centre this 24th day May, 1875.
JAMES A. REEVES
Register in Chancery
In Probate Court, Cherokee county, Ala. – This day came J. W. Coker, as administrator of the estate of Preston Sharp, deceased, and filed his accounts and vouchers with list of heirs in said Court, for a final settlement of said estate. The 23d day of June is the day set to make said settlement. All persons interested can contest that see proper on that day. This May 14th, 1875.
JAMES H. LEATH
Judge of Probate
GRANT OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
Letters of administration upon the estate of William W. Little, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned on the 12th day of April, 1875, by the Hon. James H. Leath, Judge of Probate Court of Cherokee county, Ala., notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate will be required to present the same within the time allowed by law or that the same will be barred.
HAMPTON W. GLOVER,
LOUISA E. LITTLE,
GRANT OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
Letters of administration upon the estate of James Edwards, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned on the 12th day of April, 1875, by the Hon. James H. Leath, Judge of Probate Court of Cherokee county, Ala., notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate will be required to present the same within the time allowed by law or that the same will be barred. This May 5th, 1875
JAMES H. SAVAGE
CHEROKEE COUNTY DIRECTORY
James H. Leath, Judge of Probate
L. L. Cochran, Clerk Circuit Court.
S. G. Williamson, Sheriff
John A. Leath, Tax Assesor
W. H. Ballard, Tax Collector,
Jackson Millsaps, County Treasurer,
Jas. A. Reeves, Register in Chnacery
John T. McDaniel, Superintendent of Education.
Joe A. Waldan, Solicitor,
James Russell, Surveyor,
W. H. Woolf, Coroner,
Commissioners, John W. Tatum, T. P. Savage, J. M. Mosly, Weldon Hughes,
Regular terms on the 2d Mondays in February and September, and 1st Mondays in April and November. Board for the Equalization of Taxes meets on the 3d Monday in August of each year.
From and after this date the County Court will be held at Court House on the 1st Monday in each month.
JAMES H. LEATH,
Judge of Probate and Ex officio Judge of County Court.
This January 14, 1875
The partnership hereinfore existing between Walsh & Morman in the Tinware business has been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be continues by Patrick Walsh at the old stand.
J. M. MORMAN
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