will on the second Saturday of February 1838, it being the 10th day
of the same month, proceed on the premises, to sell the following described
real estate of the late Samuel Olds, deceased, to wit; one half of the north
forth and the east half to the northwest fourth of section thirty-three; also
one half of the east half of the southeast fourth of section thirty-two in
township two range two west, lying and being in the county of Copiah and State
of Mississippi. There is a grist and saw mill on the premises, one half of
which will be sold with the lands, together with one yoke of oxen; also the
property of the deceased. The interest
to be sold in the above property is such as Samuel Olds, deceased, had in his
life time, which he believed to be an unquestionable title, one half of the
above described lands and the mills, thereon, better known perhaps as the
Turkey Creek mills. Terms of sale one
and two years credit, from the
first of January, 1838, with bonds and approved security.
of Samuel Olds, deceased
Copiah County December 23, 1837
Published in January 13, 1828 Southern Star in Copiah County, MS.
note: Martin Fortner is the brother of
Ann Fortner Olds widow of Samuel Olds.
Samuel Olds was approximately 28 years old at the time of his death.]