Transcribed by Mary Hoit Abbe
March 30, 2003.
I was not sure of the name underlined. It needs proof reading.
Orphan Court Minute Book 9
This day came J. B. Wilkinson, W. H. Gill, Ben White, Jacob P. Lee, H.
T. Daniel, R. L. Belsher, J. R. Kirkland, Wm A. Rogers, J. T. Coggins,
N. T. Burchett, Samuel Thompson, John W. Baker, B. B. Bell, Marion
Bostick, Thomas J. Little, Samuel Morton, J. T. Meek, John T. Jenkins,
William G. Little, George Alliann,
Robt Reid, J. R. Whitlow, & A. G. Weston, residing in Warsaw in
said county and filed a petition in writing setting forth the bounds of
the proposed town, and praying that an election may be provided in
conformity to the statute, to allow the people to vote for or against
incorporation, and it
appearing to the Court that said petition in all respects conforms to
the statute regulating and providing for the incorporation of towns,
& it is ordered by the Court that an election be held in front of
Post Office in said Town of Warsaw on Thursday the 16 day of September
next to ascertain whether or not a majority of the qualified voters
residing within the limits designated in said petition, are in favor of
the incorporating of said Town. And Benjamin White, John W. Baker
and B. B. Bell are hereby appointed inspectors of said election.
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Probate Court for the County of Sumter
Regular Term holden at the Court House
on the Second Monday in August (being the 9 day thereof) 1858
Present A. W. Dillard Judge thereof
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