Martin vs Sprewel 1886 Anderson SC

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Martin vs Sprewel 1886 Anderson SC - THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. COUNTY OF...
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. COUNTY OF ANDERSON. COURT OP COMMON PLEAS. Win. Martin, Marion A. Martin. Andrew Martin and James T. Martin, Plain tiffs, against Nim rod Sprewel, Nancy eprewel, Wm. S. Sprewel, Mrs. C. L. Stone, Caroline Sprewel, Mrs. M. J. Link, Frank Sprewel, and tho hclrs-at-law of Edmund Martin, John Martin and Thomas Mar? tin, number and names unknown, and Dr. John Duckworth, Defendants.?Summon* for Relief? Complaint not Served. To the Defendants above named: YOU are hereby summoned and required to an? swer tbe Complaint in this action, a copy of which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Fleas for Anderson County, S.C., and to servo a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscribers at their office, Ander? son C. H., S. C, within twenty days after the ser? vice hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fall to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain HQs in this action will apply to tbe Court for the relief demanded in tbe complaint. Dated September 3rd, A. D. 1886. BROYLES & SIMPSON, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. [Szal.] F. E. Watkins, Deputy C. C. P: To Nimrod Sprewel, or. his heirs-at-law, if he be dead, the heirs-at-law of Edmund Martin, John Martin and Thomas Martin, number, names and places of residence unknown, of tho De? fendants above named: Take notice that the complaint in this action, together with the summons, of which .the forego? ing is a copy, was filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Anderson County, at Anderson Court House, South Carolina, on the third day of September, 18S6, and that the object of this action is to obtain partition of the prom? ises described below to be made among the owners thereof by Commissioners to be appointed for that purpose, or to obtain a sale thereof to be made, and a division of the proceeds, if a partition cannot be made without prejudice to the interest of the owners. Tho premises in question are described in the complaint as follows: A tract of land, situate in the County and State aforesaid, on waters of Threc-and-Twenty Crook, and bounded by lands of M.b.cU. N. Richardson, Wm. Wilson and Wm. Watklns, and containing on* hundred and six and one-half acres, more or less, and of which Simon Sprewel died, seized and possessed. No personal claim is made against you. September 3rd, 1880. RROYLES & SIMPSON, Plaintlffa's Attorneys. Sept. 15,188H_-10_G

Clipped from The Intelligencer16 Sep 1886, ThuPage 2

The Intelligencer (Anderson, South Carolina)16 Sep 1886, ThuPage 2
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