True Republican 1810
25 December 1810
HEREBY GIVES NOTICE
That he has duly qualified as Executor to the last Will and Testament of
Anthony Hatch, Esq. late of Trenton, Jones county, deceased.
All persons having claims against said deceased's Estate, are required to
bring them in legally attested for settlement within the time prescribed by
law, otherwise the statute of limitations, in such cases made and provided,
will be plead in barr against a recovery; and all persons indebted to the
Estate of said deceased, either by Note, Bond, or Account, are requested to
come forward and discharge the same without delay, or suits, in all cases of
failure, will be instituted by
Edmund Hatch, Sen.
Jones County, Nov. 21, 1810
21 November 1810
On Wednesday the 5th of December
WILL BE SOLD
at Trenton, Jones County
The Perishable Property belonging to the estate of Anthony Hatch Esq., late of
Jones County dec'd: consisting of Corn—Fodder—Flour—Horses—Mules—Cattle—Hogs—
Household and Kitchen Furniture—Plantation Tools &c.
At the same time and place will be hired Eighteen or Twenty valuable Negro
fellows, some of whom are tradesman, and all of them good working hands, and a
number of Negro Women and Children. Also will be rented on the same day, for
three or more years, THE PLANTATION, MILLS DWELLING-HOUSE AND IMPROVEMENTS
attached thereto, belonging to said estate.
For all purchases made, a Credit of Six Months will be given the purchasers on
their furnishing bond with approved securities, before the delivery of the
EDMUND HATCH, Sen. Executor.
Jones County Nov. 21.
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