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Subject: [GAGWINNE] 1870 land sale of Nathan L Hutchins
Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2007 14:29:27 -0800 (PST)
THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION
Wednesday, August 17, 1870
Volume IIINumber 49
Georgia, Gwinnett County
By virtue of an order of the Court of Ordinary of said county, will
be sold before the Court House door, at Lawrenceville, on the first
Tuesday October next, within the legal hours of safe, the following
described lands belonging to the estate of Nathan L. Hutchins,
The farm or tract of land (numbers unknown) in the 7th district of
said county, knows as the Waters Place, containing seven hundred
and fifty (750) acres, more or less, and bounded as follows: By the
Chattahoochee River on the north and northwest, by lands of Howell
and others on the west and southwest, of Howell on the south and of T
J Waters and Wardlaw on the east. Being all the land embraced in the
farm of George M Waters, deceased, at the time of his death, except
fifty acres in the northeast corner (including a lane leading south
to the public road), known as the T J Waters homestead.
Also the tract of land lying on the State Road, near Howells Cross
Roads, known as the place where W F Harrington now resides,
containing two hundred and ninety-six (296) acres, more or less, viz:
180 acres, more or less, of lot NO. 254 in the 6th district of said
county; 100 acres, more or less, of lot NO. 264 in same district; and
95 acres more or less, of lot No. 161 in the 7th district, adjoining
lands of Isaac Strickland, Cole, Howell, Wardlaw and others.
Also, the farm know as Egypt, whereon the testator lately resided,
on the Chattahoochee river, in said county, containing three and
forty-six (346) acres, more or les, viz: 133 ½ acres, fraction NO.
203?; 8 ½ acres more or less of Lot NO. 814?, 125 acres more or less,
of Lot NO. 284, and 80 acres more or less, of Lot NO. 311?; all in
the 7th district.
Also, the tract or lots of land composing the farm where P R Hutchins
resides in Forsyth County, lying on the Chattahoochee river and
Dicks Cree, containing five hundred acres, more or less; viz: Lots
No. 468, 469, 487, 488, 489, 496, 191, containing fourth acres each;
Fractions No. 74, 38 ½ acres; No. 73, 37 2/10 acres, and No 763 2/10
acres, all in 1st district, 1st section, of said county, and lots no.
1213, 1214, 1215, 1271, 1272, and 1273 in the second district of said
section containing forty (40) acres each. On this farm is a new saw
Also, the place known as the testators old family residence, near
Lawrenceville, in said county of Gwinnett, containing 419 acres, more
or less, viz: 219 acres, more or less, of lot NO. 174 and 200 acres,
more or less, of Lot No. 175, in the 5th district of said county.
Also, the Park Place, on the Covington road, two miles from
Lawrenceville, composed of lot No. 150, containing 250 acres, 5 3-16
acres, more or less, of lot No. 149, 3 acres of lot No. 139 and 5
acres of Lot No. 140 in the 5th district of said county of Gwinnett.
Also, the following town property, in Lawrenceville, to-wit:
The brick storehouse on the southeast corner of the Courthouse yard.
The houses and lots whereon they are situated on the southwest corner
of the public square, adjoining lots of Mrs. J N Culow and G W
And the lots (numbers not known) immeately north of the grave yard,
containing four acres more or less, and known as the place where Miss
Sexton formerly resided.
Also, at the same time and place, will be send three hundred and
sixty-six shares of stock in the Georgia Railroad and Banking
Company; and sixty-five shares in the Atlanta and West Point Railroad
All to be sold to effect a distribution among testators, legatees,
and next of kin.
Terms: One-half cash; remainder payable 1st of January next with
This 15th August, 1870.
Charles H. Smith,
N. L. Hutchi?s,
Aug17-wtdsPrinters fee $5 per square.
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