Elijah Graves Circuit
Court, U.S. Vs Fi
John W. Ainsworth & to
May Term 1840
Mary Holliday & Securities
By virtue of the above stated fi fa to
me directed from the Circuit Court of the Unites States for the Southern
District of Mississippi; I will sell for cash at the courthouse door of
Gallatin, Copiah County, on the 3rd Monday of February, the 17th
day of the month, all the right, title, and interest of Mrs. Mary Holliday in
and to the following described property, to wit: slaves Arthur, Dandridge,
Emily and her child, Jim, Sarah, Hamet, Caroline, and Lucy and her child.
Levied on as the property of Mrs. Mary
Holliday, one of the defendants to satisfy debts and costs in the above stated
M. Guin, Marshal
C.G. Gilmer, Deputy
February 8, 1840
Published in the February 8, 1840 Southern Star in Copiah County, MS.
Transcriber’s note: Mary Holliday is Mary Ainsworth
Holliday, the widow of John J. Holliday and sister of John W. Ainsworth.