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pages 105-106     Morgan Co., Ga., Superior Court, Sept. Term 1829: Thomas W. Cobb, Judge. Benjamin H. Cameron, in right of his wife Eliza, formerly Eliza Gilmore, widow of Stephen H. Gilmore, decd., asked for Writ of Partition & division to assign his part of real estate of decd., sundry tracts in said co., Little River & Shoal Creek waters, adj. Fall, Cox, Loyd, & others, 1600 acres held in joint tenancy with the children of Stephen H. Gilmore, decd., 7 in number. No provision was made by will for division. 12 months has elapsed since the death of Stephen H. Gilmore & 12 months from date of Letters of Admr. on estate. 20 days notice has been given of application & no objections filed. Elijah Loyd, William Randle, Daniel Coleman, Samuel Greenwood, Washington Baber, Drury Brewer, Thomas Wyatte, Peter Campbell, George Loyd, James Parnall, & William Richards or a majority of you make equal partition & division of lands giving 8 days notice of the time & place of operation & return to court within 3 months, 22 Sept. 1829. /s/ John W. Porter, clerk.
Morgan Co., Ga.: Plat assigned portion to Benjamin H. Cameron, in right of his wife, of estate of Stephen H. Gilmore, decd., such portion as should be equivalent to portions of each one of the remaining legatees, beg. at cors. of Lots 145, 134, 133, & 146, on original line of Lots 134 & 133 for 90 rods, W. 50 N. 80 rods, S. 40 W. on line between Lots 134 & 146 to beg., 45 acres, 6 Feb. 1830. /s/ William Randle, Thomas Wyatte, E. Loyd, Jas. Parnal, Daniel T. Coleman, Drury Brewer. Wit: B. H. Cameron, J.P. Superior Court, Sept. Term 1830: Writ of Partition issued at Sept. 1828 of this court. Ordered that return of partitioners be declared final & is judgment of this court. Recorded 20 Sept. 1830.



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