An Act for the relief of William M. Reese

ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, PASSED IN MILLEDGEVILLE, AT AN ANNUAL SESSION IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1858.

PART II. LOCAL AND PRIVATE LAWS. TITLE VII. EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, ORDINARIES, &C.

1858 Vol. 1 -- Page: 169

Sequential Number: 188
Law Number: (No. 184.)

Full Title: An Act for the relief of William M. Reese, administrator of Toliver Jones deceased.

12. Section I. The General Assembly do enact, That William M. Reese of Wilkes county, administrator of Toliver Jones, deceased, be and he is hereby authorized to keep together the negroes and other property of said estate, after the twelve months from the date of his letters of administration have expired, and work them upon the plantation of said deceased, Toliver Jones, until a division is called for, by any of the distributees of said estate and after the first division is made, to ascertain any distributee's share, the same being made so as only to ascertain that one's part, said William M. Reese may keep the remaining shares together, until a second division is called for by any distributee.
[Sidenote: W. M. Reese adm'r authorized to k'p together certain prop'ty.]

Approval Date: Assented to Dec. 13, 1858.

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