The Athenian, Friday 30 Mar 1827

Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in April next, at the Court-House in the Town of Jefferson, Jackson county, within the lawful hours of sale, the following property, to wit:

One light built new Wagon: levied on as the property of George Murphy, to satisfy two fi. fa’s.; one in favour of Eliza Cox, admr’x. on the estate of Thomas Hyde, dec’d. vs. George Murphy; the other in favour of Robert B. Dunken & Co. vsl. George Murphy.

Four Hundred and Twenty-five acres of Land, whereon Joseph J. Scott now lives: levied on as his property, to satisfy twelve fi. fa’s. from a Justice’s Court; four in favour of J. Borders, vs. Joseph J. Scott and eight in favour of John Williamson, sen’r. vs. Joseph J. Scott and Abraham Scott – Levy made and returned by a constable.

Three Hundred and Ninety Acres of Land, whereon Mrs. Lindsey now lives, granted to Scott, adjoining Barnett and others: levied on to satisfy nine fi.fa’s. from a Justice’s Court, in favour of John Williamson, sen’r. vs. John Lindsey, adm’r. and Esther Lindsey, admr’x. on the estate of Ephraim Lindsey, dec’d, and James Lindsey and Samuel Barnett, security; and James Millican, security on stay – Levy made by a constable and turned over to me.

Joseph Hampton, Sh’ff.