The Last Will and Testament of W. A. Pardue
North Carolina, Cumberland County   Will Book I Page 277
Contributed by Fay Sadler
August 18, 2004

I, W.A. Pardue, being of sound mind and memory, but knowing the uncertainty 
of life, do make this my last will and testament.

	To my beloved wife Betsy Pardue, I do give and bequeath my house and lot to 
be hers during her natural life, but after her death then it is to go to my son Peter Pardue. 
This is the tract of land conveyed by D. M. Pope to W. A. Pardue and is bounded as follows:

Beginning at a stake in the Cumberland Mills Line, Black Jack pointer runs thence with said 
line N 5.80 chains to stake, thence E 2.40 chains to stake, thence S 4 E 4.8 chains
to a stake; thence W. 70 3.10 chains to the beginning,  containing one and one-third 
(1 1/3) acre.

				W. A. Pardue (SEAL)

George Lovick
Marvin Webster
Signed, and witnessed before me this 14th day of  April, 1919
					W. J. Philips
					Notary Public, My commission expires Jan.7, 1920

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