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 - it it . 'NOTICE. William White and Mary White...
it it . 'NOTICE. William White and Mary White his wife, John White and Mary White his wife, Thomas Chap man, Hannah Chapman, Joseph White, Elizabeth White, Nicho las Lee, Sophiah Lee, James I Civil Action in Tichneil, Julia Jichneil, Abra ham Lee, Matilda Lee, John P. Ashland County Grey, Margret urcy, James Strahan, Surah Strahan, Catha- I Common Pleas. rine Sipold and Bebecca Lee, . riainttft's - V8... Charlotte Fetter and Henry , Andrews, Defendants. SAID defendant, Charlotte Fetter, of Hampshire County, in the State of Virginia, is hereby notified notified that William White and Mary White his wife, John-White and Mary White his wifeThomas Chapman, Chapman, Hannah Chapman, Joseph White, Elizabeth White, Nicholas Lee, Sophia Lee,' James -Tichniel, Julia Tichniel, Abraham Lee, Matilda Lee, John 1'. Grey, Margaret Grey, James Strahan, Sarah Strahan, Catharine Sipold and Rebecca Lee, did on the eighth day of March, A. D., 1859, file their petition in the Court of Common Pleas within and for the County of Aslilana ana otate ot unio, against tne said Charlotte tetter and Henry Andrews, setting-fe'' tnaisai plaintiff waro lie only KeTrs at law of one John Fetter, deceased; that said John Fetter died intestate, that at the time of his dea.h he was seized in fee timple of the following Real Estate, to-wit : the South West quorter of section thirty-six (3G1 township twenty-two (22) and Range sixteen (1G,) in said Ashland Ashland County, containing one hunrded and sixty acres; that said heirs sold and deeded r. aid land to said Henry Andrews ; that said Charlotte Fetter is the widow of said John Fetter, and as such widow now claims dower in said premises ; and that said Henry Andrews refuses to pay the balance of the purchase money, duo on said land, being one third thereof, until until the claim of said Charlotte Fetters is settled. Said petition further sets forth that said John Fetters was married to said Charlotte Fetters about the year 1819, that without any just cause she left him about the year 1821, and that ever since said last mentioned time she has lived with various persons in open and undisguised undisguised adultery. The object and prayer of said petition is that said Charlotte Fetter may be estop-pod estop-pod from her claim of dower in said land, and said Andrews be ordered to pay the balanco of said purchase purchase money, to said plaintiff's. JOHN WHITE & Others. Bv Fri-Toif & McCombs & Jacobs, their Att'ys. March 16, 1859. 6w41

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  1. The States and Union,
  2. 16 Mar 1859, Wed,
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