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Woodville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 13
Sale of real estate in Henrico county. --Messrs. James M. Taylor & Son, real estate auctioneers, sold, yesterday evening, the suburban farm known as Woodville, the residence of Mr. Andrew J. Ford, for the sum of $22,025. The farm contained twenty-four acres, and the average price per acre was $915. The sale is regarded as a good one.
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Sale of real estate in Henrico county. --Messrs. James M. Taylor & Son, real estate auctioneers, sold, yesterday evening, the suburban farm known as Woodville, the residence of Mr. Andrew J. Ford, for the sum of $22,025. The farm contained twenty-four acres, and the average price per acre was $915. The sale is regarded as a good one.
Andrew J. Ford (search for this): article 13
Sale of real estate in Henrico county. --Messrs. James M. Taylor & Son, real estate auctioneers, sold, yesterday evening, the suburban farm known as Woodville, the residence of Mr. Andrew J. Ford, for the sum of $22,025. The farm contained twenty-four acres, and the average price per acre was $915. The sale is regarded as a good one.
James M. Taylor (search for this): article 13
Sale of real estate in Henrico county. --Messrs. James M. Taylor & Son, real estate auctioneers, sold, yesterday evening, the suburban farm known as Woodville, the residence of Mr. Andrew J. Ford, for the sum of $22,025. The farm contained twenty-four acres, and the average price per acre was $915. The sale is regarded as a good one.