Fayetteville Observer, February 13, 1839
December Term, 1838 - State of North Carolina, Cumberland County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
Transcribed and Posted November 21, 2009 by Myrtle Bridges
Flora McMillan and others, vs. Alex'r McMillan, Adm'r of Dan'l McMillan, deceased, and Mary, wife of Arch'd Baker,
Margaret Ewing, Anna, wife of Malcom Gilchrist, Malcom Galbreath, Alexander Galbreath, Catharine, wife of Fayette
Montgomery, and Sarah, wife of John McLeran, Catharine, wife of Alex'r Smith, Mary, wife of James Graham, Neill A.
McMillan, Arch'd A. McMillan and Margaret McMillan (minor.)
PETITION FOR DIVISION OF SLAVES
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the above named Defendants, Mary, wife of Archibald Baker, Margaret
Ewing, Anna, wife of Malcom Gilchrist, Malcom Galbreath, Alexander Galbreath, Catharine, wife of Fayette Montgomery,
Sarah, wife of John McLeran, Catharine, wife of Alexander Smith, Mary, wife of James Graham, N.A. McMillan, Archibald A.
McMillan, and Margaret McMillan are not inhabitants of this State: It is therefore ordered that publication be made in
the Fayetteville Observer, for six successive weeks, for the said defendants to appear at the next term of this Court,
then and there to plead, answer or demur, or the petition will be taken pro confesso and heard ex parte.
Witness, John McLaurin, Jun'r Clerk of our said Court, at Office in Fayetteville, the 1st Monday of December, A.D. 1838,
and in the 63rd year of American Independence. John McLaurin, Jr., Clk.
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