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Jarred Tapley (Tarpley) & Margaret-Monroe Co Ga
Posted by: Gerry Hill (ID *****8882) Date: November 12, 2009 at 13:23:28
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I searched this fella for someone today-and though he is not mine-and I have no more-thought since there was so little out there-I'd share it.

1830-Nov 13-Monroe Co Ga
THE MACON (GA) TELEGRAPH 1826-1832 Warren Index 66,69.78
Monroe Co. Ga. (Vol IV #46 Nov 13 1830)
by Wm. Huckaby D Shf. N half of Lot 133 Lots 124,125 all 6th Dist. property of Jared J. Tarpley fi fas
of Frances C Powell and others.
Monroe Co. by William Huckaby D Shf. Negro boy George 17,18,wagon, mules,corn,cotton, cattle,
interest in following Negroes: lot 26, Abner 8, Lucias 6, Ned 2 Kiz 33, Maria 6 ppty of Jared-pointed
out by William Tarpley and Wilkins Hunt
Spelled Tapley 78,83,88
1831-Jan 29-Macon Telegraph
MONROE SALES- On the 1st Tuesday of Feb. next
Will be sold 101 1-4 acres being part of Lot # 133 in the 6th Dist., 55 acres being part of Lot #124
202 1-2 acres Lot 125 Levied on to satisfy Winkins Hunt and others vs said Tapley Dec 31 Wm
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1831-Sept 2 -by m Huckby Horse, gin & Thrashing machine-fi fa of Littleton
pointed out by James May and Margaret Littleton Vol V #48 (sic) Dec. 3, 1831
1831- Vol V #36 Sep 3
At Forsyth, by Wm. Huckaby D Shf.Horse, gin and thrashing maching, ppty of Jarred, Fi Fa Littleton
1831-Saturday, Sept. 3
All persons having demands against the estate of Jared Tarpley, deceased, are requested to hand
them in agreeable to law, and those …‘owing’??.. to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment. Monroe Co, August, 1831.
Margaret Tarpley Adm’x, James May Adm’r
Sep 10 pg 1
MONROE SHERIFF SALES on the 1 st Tues. of Oct.
Will be sold between the usual hours of sale before the Court House at Forsythe, Monroe county,
the following property to wit:
One sorrel Horse, one forty-saw Gin, and one Thrashing Machine-levied on as the property of
Jarred Tapley to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of Littleton Atkinson. W M Huckaby-Sheriff Aug 30
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1831-Sep 17-same as (Horse, Gin)
0124.xml&query=Jarred Tapley&brand=telegraph-brand
Sep 24-same (Macon Telegraph)
1833-Apr 10- Wednesday Vol 7 #28 (THE MACON TELEGRAPH-1833-1839-Mary Warren)
pg 13- by A. Cochran, Sheriff
253 3/4 acres of land, whereon Jarret Tapley formerly lived, adj. Vaughon, Crowder, and others,
6th Dist. property of Jarred Tapley, deceased, fi fa of Wiley & Baxter & others.
1833-May 1- Wed.
1833-Jul 10-Georgia Telegraph same 243 acres
1833-Jul 24-same 243 3/4 acres-Georgia Telegraph
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1833-Jul 31-Georgia Telegraph (Later Macon Telegraph)
258.5 acres of land being part of lots Nos not known whereon Jarred Tapley formerly lived, adj.
Vaughan, Crowder & others, in the sixth district of Monroe county--levied on as the property of
Jarred Tapley, deceased, to satisfy sundry___in favor of Wiley & Baxter and others vs said Tapley.
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1833-Sep. 4-Wednesday Vol 7 #49
Sheriff's Sales
At Forsyth, Monroe Co. by a. Cochran, Sheriff
Negro boy, Judge, 6 or 7 years, property of Jarret Tapley deceased, fi fas of Thomas H. Johnson.
1833-Oct 3-pg 5 Georgia Telegraph (Same as above)
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1833-Oct. 17-Thursday Vol 8 No. 3 (THE MACON TELEGRAPH-1833-1839-Mary Warren)
pg 26 - At Forsyth, Monroe Co by John Redding, Dep. Sheriff, Lots 125 & 131, 6th Dist. property of
Jarred Tarply, fi fa of John Keigh
1833-Dec 12- Vol 8 No 12 (THE MACON TELEGRAPH-1833-1839-Mary Warren)
pg 28-Sheriff's Sales
In Forsyth, Monroe Co., by John Redding, Dep. Sheriff Lot 126 and 131, 6th Dist., property of James
May and Margaret Tarply, admrs. of Jarret Tarply, deceased, mortgate fi fa of John Keith.
1834-Jul 17-Thursday Vol 9 #4 (THE MACON TELEGRAPH-1833-1839-Mary Warren)
In Forsyth, Monroe Co., by James May and Margaret Tarply, admrs. Two Negroes, a man and a girl,
sold as the property of Jared Tarply, deceased.

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