Thursday, December 23, 2010
James L. Brassel, Jefferson Co., GA 1882/3
By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of Jefferson county, will be sold, on the first Tuesday in JANUARY, 1883, at the Market House in Louisville, Jefferson county, Ga., between the legal hours of sale, the following tracts of land belonging to the estate of James L. Brassel to-wit:
No. 1 - In said State and county, bounded by the Ogeechee river, lands of J.K.N. Walden and lot No. 2, hereinafter described, containing three hundred and seventy five acres, more or less, and generally known as the Thompson Place.
No. 2 - In said State and county, bounded by the Ogeechee river, lot No. 1, lands of J.W. Lyon and lot No. 3, hereinafter described, containing three hundred acres, more or less, generally known as the Brassel Place.
No. 3 - In said State and county, bounded by the Ogeechee river, lot No. 2, lands of J.W. Lyon, J.W. Hudson and James Aldred, containing four hundred and thirty acres, more or less, generally known as Brassels Upper Place.
No. 4 - The reversionary interest, after termination of the widow' dower, in a tract of land in said State and county, bounded by the Ogeechee river, lands of J.W. Lyon and J.K.N. Walden, containing five hundred and eighty seven acres, more or less, known as the Fenn's Bridge Place.
No. 5 - In said State, county of Washington, bounded by Long Branch, Ogeechee river and lands of Josiah Jones and estate of Thigpen, containing fifty acres, more or less, and known as the Mead Place.
All of these places have good settlements except No. 3 which has only one cabin. All have an o--let (?) in the swamp of the Ogeechee river, and are excellent for stock raising. No. 2 has a good gin house and a packing screw. No. 1 has a good storehouse at Fenn's Bridge, on the Ogeechee river, and is a good stand for business.
Plats can be seen by calling on the undersigned at Louisville Ga. Lot No 5 will be sold for cash, the others one-half cash, balance due December 1st, 1883, with interest at - per cent. Bonds for title given un-- purchase money is paid. Purchasers to pay for papers. Sold for payment of debts and distribution.
EDWARD HUNTER, Administrator of Jas. Brassel.
November 29th, 1882 dec--tutd(?)
(CHRONICLE AND CONSTITUTIONALIST, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1882)