Franklin County, Ohio
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Administrative and
Executor Notices

NOTICE: - All persons interested will take notice that Moses Beers, on the 17th day of November, A. D. 1845, sued out a writ of attachment from the Court of Common Pleas of Franklin county, in the state of Ohio, against Elijah Beers, for the sum of two hundred dollars damages, which writ has been served and returned.
     Atttest:                L. STARLING Jr., Clerk
     L. H. Webster, Attorney for Plaintiff.
     Columbus, Dec. 16, 1845
[Source: The Daily Ohio Statesman, 17 Dec 1845]

NOTICE, IS hereby given, that at my instance, a writ of attachment, was this day issued, by W. T. Martin, a Justice of the Peace, of Montgomery township, Franklin county, Ohio, against the goods, chattles, monies and effects of E. P. & W. R. Pearmain, absconding debtors, and that further proceedings will be had thereon, according to law.
     Columbus, Aug. 15, 1838.  R. G. TRESCOTT.
[Source: DAILY OHIO STATESMAN , 19 Oct 1838]

Columbus, O., Jan 3- Ex-Sheriff Wheeler J. Young, who disappeared on December 31, 1899, was on Wednesday declared to be legally dead by the probate court and an administrator was appointed for his estate, which consists of a farm of 105 acres and uncollected fees in the sheriff's office amounting to $15,000.
[Marion Daily Mirror, Jan 3, 1907]


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