Sangamon County Administrative Notices

Trustee's Sale.
WHEREAS JOHN SINCLAIR DID, BY HIS DEED dated September the 10th, A. D., 1855. acknowledged and recorded in the Recorder's Office, in Sangamon county, state of Illinois, in book No. 1 of Mortgages, pages 55 and 56, convey to the undersigned the lands and tenements mentioned in said deed, to-wit: The northeast quarter of section twenty-one; the west half northwest quarter section twenty-two; the east ???? southwest quarter section twenty-eight: lot No. 9, northeast southeast section sixteen; lot No. 10 northwest southeast, and lot No. 15, southeast southeast of section sixteen, all in township seventeen north, of range three west, of the third P.M., in Sangamon county, in trust and to secure the payment of the promissory note of the said
John Sinclair for the sum of twelve hundred dollars, dated September 10th, 1855, and payable twelve months after date to James Gardner, or order, with ten per cent interest, payable semi-annually.
Now, default having been made in the payment of said note, public notice is hereby given, that on Saturday, the sixth day of October next, between the hours of ten o'clock A.M. and five o'clock P.M. of the same day, I will proceed to sell, at public venue, at the Court House door, in Springfield, Illinois, to the highest bidder, for cash, the said lands and tenements, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay off said note; and upon said sale I will execute and deliver to the purchaser or purchasers a good and sufficient deed of conveyance of all the right, title and interest conveyed to me by said trust deed.
CHARLES GARDNER, Trustee.
Springfield, Sept. 12, 1860.



Trustee's Sale.
WHEREAS, JOHN SINCLAIR AND SUSAN SINCLAIR,
his wife did, by their deed dated the 25th day of August, A. D. 1856, acknowledged and recorded in the Recorder's Office, in Sangamon county, state of Illinois, in book No. 2 of Mortgages, pages 122 and 123, convey to the undersigned the lands and tenements mentioned in said deed, to-wit: The northeast quarter of section twenty-one; the west half of the northwest quarter of section twenty-two; the east half of the southwest quarter of section twenty-eight; lot No. 9, northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section sixteen; lot No. 10, northwest quarter of the southeast quarter; lot No. 15, southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section sixteen—all in township 17 north, range three west, third P.M., in Sangamon county, Illinois, in trust and to secure the payment of the promissory note of the said John Sinclair, for the sum of twelve hundred and ninety dollars, dated August 25th, 1856, and payable twelve months after date to Charles Gardner, with ten per cent. interest per annum, payable semi-annually.
Now, default having been made in the payment of said note, public notice is hereby given, that on Saturday, the 6th day of October next, between the hours of ten o'clock A.M. and five o'clock P.M. of the same day, I will proceed to sell, at public venue, at the Court House door, in Springfield. Illinois, to the highest bidder, for cash, the said lands and tenements, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay off said note; and upon said sale I will execute and deliver to the purchaser or purchasers a good and sufficient conveyance of all the right, title and interest conveyed to me by said trust deed.
JAMES GARDNER, Trustee.
Springfield, Sept. 12, 1860.



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT CATHERINA D. DUHAMEL, from the town of Sherman, Sangamon county, has left my bed and board, without any cause. I shall not pay any of her debts from this date.E. DUHAMEL. Springfield, Sept. 1, 1860 Illinois State Democrat, 9-26-1860


Trustee's Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXECUTED TO me by Ira A. Brown, sen., and Sybil, his wife, and Ira A. Brown, jr., to secure one certain promissory note for four hundred and twenty-five dollars, made to Allen Miller, dated February 20th, 1858, I shall proceed to evil, at public auction, on the 27th day of August, 1860, between the hours of ten o'clock A.M. and five o'clock P.M. of same day, the following property, or a sufficient quantity thereof to pay said note, interest and costs, to wit: Lot No seven (7), in block No seven (7), in Elijah H??' addition to Springfield, Illinois.
TERMS CASH. A deed will be made to the purchaser on the payment of the purchase money.
JAMES KEYS, Trustee
Springfield, August 12, 1860.
Illinois State Democrat, Wed. Sept. 5, 1860


STATE OF ILLINOIS,}
Sangamon County.
{August Term, A.D. 1860 of
Sangamon Co. Circuit Court.
George L. Huntington, plaintiff, vs. Joseph J. Silvestre and
John Silva, alias John De Silva, late partners, defen's.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO JOSEPH J. SILVESTRE and John Silva, alias John De Silva, late partners, that a writ of attachment has been sued out of the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Sangamon county, state of Illinois, by George L. Huntington, against the estate, real and personal, of you, the said Joseph J. Silvestre and John Silva, alias John De Silva, for the sum of twenty-eight dollars and twenty-one cents, dated August 14, A.D. 1860, directed to the Sheriff of Sangamon county, and made returnable to the first day of the next term of the Sangamon County Circuit Court, to be holden at the court house, in the city of Springfield, on the fourth Monday in the month of August, A.D. 1860 which said writ of attachment has been returned into said Clerk's office, by said Sheriff, levied upon real estate of you, the said John Silva, alias John De Silva. Now, unless you, the said Joseph J. Silvestre and John Silva, alias John De Silva, shall be and appear before said Circuit Court, on the first day of the next term aforesaid, and give special ball, and plead to said plaintiff's action, judgment will be rendered against you, and the estate so attached sold to satisfy said judgment and costs.
PRESCO WRIGHT, Clerk.
N. L. Gross, for plaintiff. Springfield, August 17, 1860
Illinois State Democrat, Wed. Sept. 5, 1860


STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Sangamon County.}
vs.
{August Term, A.D. 1860, of
Sangamon Co. Circuit Court.
Austin M. Garland, plaintiff, vs. Charles L. Wheler, defen't.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CHARLES L WHELER, that a writ of attachment has been sued out of the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Sangamon county, state of Illinois, by Austin M. Garland, against the estate, real and personal of you, the said Charles L. Wheler, for the sum of about one hundred and fifty dollars, dated August 21. A.D. 1860, directed to the Sheriff of Sangamon county, and made returnable to the first day of the next term of the Sangamon County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court, House, in the city of Springfield, on the fourth Monday in the month of August, A.D. 1860, which said writ of attachment has been returned into said Clerk's office, by said Sheriff, leveled upon real estate of you, the said Charles L. Wheler. Now, unless you, the said Charles L. Wheler, shall be and appear before said Circuit Court, on the first day of the next term aforesaid, and give special bail, and plead to said plaintiff's action, judgment will be rendered against you, and the estate so attached sold to satisfy said judgment and costs.
PRESCO WRIGHT, Clerk.- E. R. Wiley, Jr., for plaintiff. Springfield, August 24, 1860.
Illinois State Democrat, Aug. 29, 1860

STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Sangamon County.
vs. {August Term, A.D. 1860, of
Sangamon Co. Circuit Court.

Alexander P. Willard and Robert B. Zimmerman, (partners, under the name and style of Willard & Zimmerman,)
plaintiffs, vs. Joseph J. Silvestre and John Silva, alias John De Silva, (under the firm and name of Silvestre &
Silva, defendants.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO JOSEPH J. SILVESTRE
and John Silva, alas John De Silva under the firm and name of Silvestre & Silva, that a writ of attachment has been sued out of the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court of Sangamon county, state of Illinois, by Alexander P. Willard and Robert B. Zimmerman, under the name and style of Willard & Zimmerman, against the estate, real and personal, of you the said Joseph J. Silvestre and John Silva, alias John De Silva, for the sum of el???? dollars and fifty-six cent., dated August 18, A D. 1860, directed to the sheriff of Sangamon county, and made returnable to the first day of the next term of the Sangamon County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House, in the city of Springfield, on the fourth Monday in the month of August, A. D. 1860, which said writ of attachment has been returned into said Clerk's office, by said sheriff, levied upon real estate of you, the said John Silva. Now, unless you, the said Joseph J. Silvestre and John Silva, alias John De Silva, shall be and appear before said Circuit Court, on the first day of the next ???aforesaid, and give special ??? and plead to said plaintiff's action, judgment will be rendered against you and the estate so attached sold to satisfy said judgment and costs.
PRESCO WRIGHT, Clerk,
E. L. Gross, for plaintiff. Springfield, August 17, 1860.
Illinois State Democrat, Aug. 29, 1860


Illinois State Democrat, Wednesday June 6, 1860
Trustee's Sale.
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY VIRTUE OF a vendor's lien reserved in a deed executed by Thomas Lewis and Margaret A. Lewis, his wife, to Thomas N. Quinn, on the 22d day of August, 1857, and recorded in book No. 1, of deeds in the recover's office of Sangamon county. pages 614 and 615, default having been made by the said Thomas N. Quinn, and he having failed to pay off and discharge the amount of the notes specified and described in said vendor's lien, I will, by virtue of the provisions of the trust conferred on me by said deed and lies reserved as aforesaid, proceed to sell the lands and tenements described in said deed to wit:
In certain tracts or parcels of land lying and being in the County of Sangamon, state of Illinois described as follows The south part of the south west fractional quarter of s ection No.5, in township 16, north, range No. 5 west of the third principal meridian, containing 64 acres, more or less; also, the following tract of land, beginning at the southwest corner of the southeast fractional quarter of section 5, in township No. 16 north, range 5, west of the 3d principal meridian, and running thence cost with the said quarter section line 60 rods, thence the north twenty-six and two-thirds rods; thence west 60 rods; thence south twenty-six and two-thirds rods to the place of beginning, containing ten acres, at the door of the court house, in Sangamon county, state of Illinois, on the 7th day of July next A. D. 1860, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand. A deed or deeds will be executed to the purchaser or purchasers on the day of safe, according to the confidence of said vendor's lien.
May 3d, 1860.
PRESCO WRIGHT, Trustee.

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