Iredell Houses Will Be Opened
For Visitors During Pilgrimage
The James Iredell and the
> James Iredell, Jr., houses will be
open for the Pilgrimage of Co
lonial Edenton and Countryside,
This will be the first time that
, the Iredell, Jr., house has been
open in over 250 years. Both
houses are similar in plan and
I These houses, along with a
number of other historic homes
and buildings, will be open to
| the public for the three days
of the tour from 10 A. M., to
noon and from 2 P. M„ to 5
P. M„ Friday and Saturday and
l from; 2 P. M„ to 5 P. M„ Sun-
| James Iredell was appointed
(i Associate Justice of the U. S.
Supreme Court by George Wash
-1 ington in 1790. In his home
the Marcus letters, which had
a great deal to do with the sign
ing Os the Constitution, were re
Iredell, Jr., took possession of
the house on West King Street
about 1820 as a home and law
office. The law office is now
used 1 as a den and has the same
| book shelves used by Iredell for|
his law books. He disposed of
all of his Edenton property
| i shortly after he became Gov
ernor of North Carolina.
’i Futures of interest in both
- houses are the high mantels with
narrow shelfs, paneling, wide,
floor. boards and hardware.
Continued from Page 1. Section 1
William H. Coffield, Jr., Post
No. &280, Veterans of Foreign
War*; and the VFW Auxiliary
will ’'bold a joint dinner meet
ing the post home Tuesday
nighfc April 11, at 7:30 o'clock.
Sponsored by the Center Hill-
Crosfj Roads Fire Department,
the Rocky Hock baseball team's
Oriole Minstrel will be repeat
ed tonight (Thursday) in the
Chowan High School auditorium.
Edenton fireimen will hold
their. monthly dinner meeting 'in
the fire station tonight (Thurs
day) at 7 o'clock.
A stated communication of
Unanimity Lodge No. 7. A. F. 8c
A. M., Will be held tonight
(Thursday) at 8 o'clock.
Edlenton Lions Club will meet
Monday night at 7 o'clock.
Officers for the VFW Auxili
ary will be installed at a busi
ness meeting tonight (Thursday)
at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
W. H- Coffield.
Methodist Men's Club will
serve a pickled herring and her
ring roe breakfast in the dining
room of the church Saturday
(naming, April 15, from 7.30 to
Wings Over Jordan Choir of
Los Angeles, Cal., will present a
program at the Edenton Colored
High School Tuesday night.
April 18 at 8 o'clock.
Edenton Woman's Club will
| meet this (Thursday) afternoos,
| April 6, at 1 o'clock at the
Edenton Lions Club is spon
' soring the annual 1961 Easter
Seal Sale which ends April 8.
A candlelight march and color
l slide will be presented at Kadesh
A.M.E. Zion Church Friday
/ night. April 7, at 7:30 o'clock.
James Johnston, local repre
sentative of the N. C. Depart
ment of Revenue, will be in his
office April 4-15 from 8:30 A. M„
to 5 P. M„ to assist taxpayers in
filing their income returns.
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It is interesting in the Iredell,
Jr., house that the woodwork
was onec painted with indigo
dye, which was discovered by
the present owners, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Shepard, when an attempt
was made to refinish the wood
to the original. Mrs. Shepard
inherited the home from her
father. Dr. Thomas J. Hoskins.
The James Iredell house, lo
cated on East Church Street, is
owned by the State of North
Carolina and in the care of the
James Iredell Association and
the Edenton Tea Party Chapter,
In addition to the homes open
for the tour Inglis Fletcher, not
ed historical novelist, will be
honored on the first day of the
tour with Gov. Sanford dedi
cating the day to her at 11
A. M., at the Court House.
Also on that day there will
be an autograph hour at 2 P. M.,
at the Cupola House, a showing
of the film, “Ye Towne on
Queen Anne’s Creek” at 5:30 P.
M., and a testimonial dinner in
Other events during the tour
include an antique show and
waterfront tours. The tour is
sponsored by the Edenton Wo
man’s Club. Headquarters will
be at the Hotel Joseph Hewes.
Admission for a block ticket is
$4 and individual houses 50
cents. For information, write
Mrs. R. J. Boyce, 205 West
Church Street, Edenton.
Edenton Rotarians will meet
this (Thursday) afternoon at 1
o'clock in the Parish House.
Chowan Tribe of Red Men
will meet Monday night at 8
William H. Coffield Jr. Post
No. 9280, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, will meet Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock.
A dance will be held at the
VFW post home Saturday night.
March 25, beginning at 9 o'clock.
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