Crawford County, Illinois
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Public Notices


These are usually notices of estate settlements after someone's death and were required by law to be posted in the newspaper. If someone is listed here, there is probably an estate settlement case on file in the courthouse for that person. Estate settlements usually name the heirs and can be good sources of information. They can also be quite expensive to get copies of.

Listed here are Adminstrator's Notices, In Chancery to Divorce Notices, and Bills to Foreclose Notices.

Administrator's/Executor's/Administratix/

Settlement and Land Sale Notices

Date Published

Estate of ....

Administrator

Apr. 17, 1846

The Republican (Coles County)

George Bathe (or Batho?)

Notice is hereby given to the heirs of said George Bathe, sen., deceased, to wit: John Bathe, Edward Bathe, William Low and Elizabeth Low his wife, formerly Elizabeth Bathe, George Reel and Catharine his wife, formerly Catharine Bathe, James Bathe, Rachael Powell, Ezekiel Bogard and Lavinia Bogard, formerly Lavinia Bathe, George Bathe, Thomas Bathe, William Hogue, Eleanor Hogue, Elizabeth Ann Hogue, Nancy Kennedy, Jacob Stark, husband of Nelly Bathe, dec'd and Ann Eliza Hogue, that the said complainant has filed his bill in said court, praying for a decree to sell all the real estate of which the said George Bathe, sen., dec'd, died seized, to pay the debts of the estate of said decedent; that a summons has been issued from the office of the Clerk of said court, returnable on the first day of the next term, thereof, to be holden at Robinson, the 29th day of the month of April next.....

George Parker

May 25, 1910
Robinson Constitution (Robinson, IL)
Martin Kramer  NEW

Public Sale of Real Estate Under Provisions of the Will of Martin Kramer, Deceased.  I, the undersigned executrix of the will of the late Martin Kramer will offer for sale at public vendue at the north door of the Court House in Robinson, Illinois. 
Saturday, June 18, 1910
between the hours of 1 o'clock p.m. and 5 o'clock p.m. the following described real estate:  Forty acres off of the north side, of the north west quarter of section twenty-five (25) and thirty-two (32) acres off of the north end of the east half of the north east quarter of section twenty-six (26) all in town seven (7) north of range eleven (11) west in Crawford County, Illinois.
The sale will be made to the highest and best bidder under authority and power given me by the last will and testament of the said Martin Kramer, deceased, on the following terms:  Cash in hand on day of sale. 
The forty acres above described is high rich loam, only been in cultivation a few years an dthe 32 acres is high bottom land which overflows in very high water.  This land is situated in the best portion of Crawford county and there is not a better producing farm in this section.  The land is well worth $100 per acre.  There are now fifty acres of corn on the above described land the two fifths rent of which will go the purchaser.  This is a rare opportunity to get a farm at a bargain.  Adeline Kramer, Executrix, Bradbury & Gaines, Attys.  21-5
Adeline Kramer





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