Clipped From The Charleston Daily Mail
we and man- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andrew Legg, of Lcwisburg. who w i l ried 60 years Sunday, will be honored by a reception givan by children at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Paul R. Legg. in Lewisburg, f r o m 2 to 5 o'clock, Mrs. Legg. before her marriage, was Miss Laura Ann Bright. were married October 4, 1876 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bright, at Cline's Bridge in Blue Sulphur d i Grecnbrier county, by the late Rev. J. T. Williams. Both are now years old. Thirteen children wore born to them, eleven of which are living. A daughter, Mrs. Ben Ford, died several years ago and a son. Legg. died when a child. The children, who will all be present anniversary celebration with the exception of the two residing in West, are: S. H. Legg. Newman Legg. Hubert Legg. Leatnan Legg, Paul R. and Mrs. Ernest Syclenstricker, all of Lewisburg; J. H. Legg. Colo.; George Legg and Mrs. Locke Livesay. of Frankforcl: Mrs' C White, of Ma.xwelion and Mrs. Leslie D. Coffman. of Overbrook There are 33 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.