Administrator’s Notice --------------------------- LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION, upon the estate of Adaline S. Moseley deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 3d day of September, 1881, by the Hon. William. Richardson, Judge of the Court of Probate for the County of Madison, State of Alabama. Notice is hereby given that all persons, holding claims against said estate, are required to present the same within the time required by law, or they will be forever barred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make prompt payment. James H. Ware Sept.7-3w. Adm’r de bonis non of the estate of Adaline Moseley dec’d. State of Alabama,| Court of Probate, Madison County, | Sept. 3, 1881. ------------- Estate of Adaline S. Moseley dec’d. ------------- Petition to Sell Real Estate for Purpose of Distribution. This day, came James H. Ware, Administrator of the estate of Adaline S. Moseley deceased, and presents to the Court his written petition, duly verified by oath, asking and praying an order and proceedings from this Court, authorizing him to sell certain real estate, in said petition described, for the purposes of distribution among those entitled: Ordered that the 14th day of October, 1881, be and is appointed a day on which to hear and consider said petition, together with the proof submitted in support of the same, be given, by publication for three successive weeks, in the Huntsville DEMOCRAT, a newspaper published in this county, to Mary Craggins, Elizabeth Gibbs, Thaddeus Moseley, Judith M. Moseley, and ______ Moseley, all of whom are non-residents of the State of Alabama, and reside in the State of Mississippi; at which time, all persons interested can appear and contest the same, if they see proper to do so. WILLIAM RICHARDSON, Sept. 7-3w. Judge of Probate. State of Alabama, | Court of Probate, Madison County, | Sept. 3, 1881.
The Huntsville Weekly Democrat September 7, 1881