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PITTSBORO, N. C.
Office: Main street, Dr. H. T. Cha-
Telephones: Office, 43. Residence, 39
pin’s former office.
tTOD R. EDWARDS.
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Siler City, N. C.
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SANFORD, N. C.
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Pittsboro, N. C.
ELKINS FUNERAL PARLOR,
Siler City, N. C.
Offers Superior Funeral Service.
Caskets, Accessories, Coffins
Separate Hearse Service Maintained
For Colored Patrons.
MORE EDWARDS HEIRS 808 UP.
Numbers Claiming Share In Big Es.
The following article was mailed
to us from Siler City, with the re
quest that it be published. It reached
us too late for last week. A great
have made claim to this estate
some of whom live in Chatham county,
and it is not known just what the out
come will be: , -p
Wilson, Feb. 19.—Heirs to the K.
E. -Edwards $400,000,000 New York
estate are are poping up all over tne
this section of the country, according
to the outcome of various meetings
that have been held in this city m
the past few days.
Since the discovery of the huge es
tate, of which thirty-five Wilson and
Edgecomb county citizens were sup
posed to be heirs not less than fit y
others have proved their relationship
to* R. E. Edwards, or his brothers and
sisters, whose names appear on a lease
which has thrown considerable light
upon the legal heirs and also on the
6 gpivey> a tt o rney for the Wil
son county heirs, and E. S. Langley,
Jr. an heir, who announced they would
leave for New York on Fridav, have
been detained somewhat by the ap
pearance of people who claim their
relationship to the Edwards family
trees, and records to prove their re
An enthusiastic meeting was held
in this city yesterday with a large
number of heirs in attendance, but
no deffinite action was taken, however
they asked for being shown copies
of the leases and grants, which are in
possession of the attorneys that im
mediate steps be taken towards recov
ering the estate.
The following is said to be a copy
of the original lease which is m the
hands of a local attorney.
Copy of Edwards Lease.
June, 1 1778.
Know all men by these presents,
That I, Robert Edwards, on this day
lease to John and George Cruger, 77
acres, 3 rods and 32 perches, begin
ning at a stake set in the ground at
high water mark near Bestavern,
Fittlegil, and running west along
Price street 1,000 feet; thence north
westerly in a zigzag course along part
of old Jans land to Cristopher street
3,500 feet; hence west along Christo
pher street 3500 feet thence west along
Christopher street to the high water
mark 547 feet thence couth along the
Hudson river along the lines of high
water mark, 2,276 feet to the point
and place of beginning, said land be
ing leased for 99 years at 1,000
pounds and a pepper corn yearly.
Rental said land to be held by John
and George Cruger and their heirs so
long as contract is fulfilled, otherwise
it must revert to me or my living
heirs, which will be descendants of
my brothers and sisters which are as
follows:- , , . ,
William Edwards, Jacob Edwards,
Leonard Edwards, Joshua Edwards,
John Edwards, Thomas Edwards, and
Witnesses: Robert Edwards.
Anthony Barclay, John Cruger.
Nicholas Bayard George Cruger.
The above lease is one of the copies
by which the attorneys in the case ex
pect to locate the huge estate.
It is said by some of the heirs they
can remember their parents and
grandparents talking about the Ed
wards New York estate, and they are
positive they are the heirs.
The following is the list of some
of the heirs to the estate: F. S. Lang
ley, Jr., Willio Langley. Miss Mohie
Langley, of Wilson; Jonas Edwards,
Vjck Edwards, Owens; J. F. Edwards,
and Robert Edwards, of Macclesfield:
Julius Edwards, Daisy Edwards and
Elizabeth Edwards, of Fountain; Fate
Everette, Thad Everette, of Pinetops;
Mrs. J. B. Murray, Middlesex; Mrs.
Fannie Langley Poole, Black Creek;
R. P. Langley, Fremont; W. M. Ed
wards, and others, Pitt county; Mrs.
R. E. Tucker, Newport News, Va.;
Mrs. Cobb, Elm City; J. M. Teague,
High Point; D. F. Edwards, Wilming
ton; W. L. Guy, Portsmouth, Va.;
Mrs. Ruby Hanowell, Newport.
News, Va.; W. C. Adams, J. S.) Wil
liams, L. C. Williams and H. C. Wil
liams of Sharpsburg. *
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FACTS ABOUT THE BIBLE.
Mr. R. B. Oldham, Rt. 1, Coldston, 1
sends us the following facts that will
he of interest to Record readers:
“The B : ble contains 3.156,480 letters
and 810,697 words; it has 31,175 vers
es and 1,189 chapters, and 66 books.
Longest chapter is hundred and
“>rteteenth psalm; the shortest and
middle chapter is the one hundredth
and seventeenth psalm. The middle
verse is the eighth verse of the one
hundred and nineteenth psalm, and
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enth chapter of Isaiah and the nine
teenth chapter of the second book of
Kings are alike. The longest verse is
rte ninth verse o fthe Bth chapter
of Esther; the shortest verse is the
thirty-fifth verse of the 11th chapter
of John. In the twenty-first verse of
the seventh chunter of Ezra is the
whole English alphabet.
“Now, read the Bible and see if
this is not right.”
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