Re: Will Books - Linda McNish
Subject: Re: Will Books
From: Linda McNish
Date: April 20, 1999

I got copies of wills from the SC Archives by ordering them from their
website.  They were very inexpensive and the Archivist had them copied for
me promptly.  They will need to know the information you've put in your
message.  You can easily reach their website through almost any of the SC
roots pages.
-----Original Message-----
From: Jane McCombs Gillespie 
To: [email protected] 
Date: Tuesday, April 20, 1999 9:02 PM
Subject: Fwd: Will Books

Can anyone help Carol Ann??
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Carol Ann Burdine 
>To: [email protected] 
>Date: Tuesday, April 20, 1999 9:46 AM
>Subject: Will Books
I wish to find out how I can obtain a copy of a will. Below is the
information on it's location.

Newberry County, SC, on south Carolina State Archives Roll #21, vol. 1
(Will Books A, B, C, D & loose papers) page 65 (1776-18140).

Just guessing, the information I am seeking on the Will of Abraham
Eddins (Edens) who died about 1801/2. His will was made 8Jan1792 in
Wilkes County, NC. He died 1801/1802 in Newberry County, SC.  From the
book SOMEPIONEERS FROM WILKES COUNTY page 335 I learned of his will and
it's location in South Carolina.

The information on it says" Edens (Eddins)-Abraham leaving widow, Sarah
and children: AnneBurdin, Frank Kelly, Mary Burdine, Joseph, Lucy,
Judith Renels, Sarah Chandler"

Please write me with instructions on how to receive a copy or someone
who can find it for me.  Thank you.
Carol Ann Burdine
[email protected]
2040 U.S.Hwy.#12
Ethel, Washington 98542


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