Source:  The Charlotte Gazette, Charlotte Court House, VA., Thursday, June 27, 1907.
Submitted By:  Bea Adams King The Charlotte Gazette

ORDER PUBLICATION
VIRGINIA; County of Charlotte, to-wit: In the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the said County, on the 22d of June A.D., 1907.
William Cabell Bruce and Louise E.F. Bruce, his wife, 
Plaintiffs
against
Phillip A. Bruce, individually and as trustee under the will of Ellen Carter Bruce Baylor, deceased, and Betty T. Bruce, his wife, adults and residents of the State of Virginia, James Douglas Bruce, individually and as Trustee under the will of Ellen Carter Bruce Baylor, adult and resident of the State of Virginia, James B. Baylor, adult and resident of the State of Virginia, Sarah Evelyn Blackford, and Pelham Blackford, her husband, adults and residents of the State of Virginia, Pelham Blackford, Junior infant and resident of the State of Virginia, Anne Courteney Fisher, infant and non-resident of the State of Virginia, and William A. Fisher her husband, adult and non-resident of the State of Virginia, and John Baylor, infant and resident of the State of Virginia,
Defendants,

IN CHANCERY.
The object of this suit is to secure the partition (if partition can be conveniently made) between William Cabell Bruce, in the proportion of one fourth, Phillip A. Bruce, in the proportion of one fourth, Phillip A. Bruce, in the same proportion, James Douglas Bruce, in the same proportion, and James B. Baylor, tenant for life, and Phillip A. Bruce and James Douglas Bruce, Trustees, and the other persons directly or contingently entitled under the will of Ellen Carter Bruce Baylor, deceased, in the same proportion of the Staunton Hill and Stony Point Plantations of the late Charles Bruce, deceased, situated on the Staunton River, at Coles Ferry, in Charlotte County, in the State of Virginia, containing 5052 acres, more or less, and fully described in Charlotte County Land Records, D.B. 49, page 223, etc., or (if partition thereof cannot be conveniently made) to secure the sale thereof and the division or other disposition of the proceeds of the sale thereof in accordance with the respective rights of the same parties.
It appearing by affidavit filed in this suit that Anne Courteney Fisher, infant, and William A. Fisher, her husband, adult, are not residents of this State, they are hereby required to appear within fifteen days after due publication of this order, in the Clerk's office of our Court and do what is necessary to protect their interests in this suit,
Teste:
J.C. CARRINGTON, C.
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D.Q. Eggleston, p q