2nd part watch
i I j J t Wash-, 05 years ago. It was purchased and carried by Samuel D. Hudson, great grandfather of Lon Hudson until his death, 26 years since, when it became the property of Joseph Sewell, recently deceased. Five years ago Mr. Sewell told Lon the history of the watch and said it should be his after Mr. Sewell 's death. Saturday Mrs. Hettie Yoe, daughter of Joseph .Sewell, presented the watch to Mr. Hudson. Needless to say it is one of his most prized possessions. It is solid silver with two Spanish galleons outlined on the back. It is full jewell and in its day has been a faithful time recorder. It is out of business now, however, as the key is lost and the mainspring broken.