GEDDINGS, JAMES WILL
high as 20 cents. - Jame 1 Oeddlngs' Wilt Betdster of Will Boyd yesterday admitted to probata tbe will of James L. Gedding-. Gedding-. Gedding-. of Pittaton. He provides that all hisyust debu shall be first paid out of hi estate. He then bequeaths the house and lot on Parsonage Street, in which ha resided, with all the household furniture to hia wife, and also directs that hia executor shall pay to his wife 200 per year, if it is necessary for her a . To his son, William H. Gedding, be bequeaths bequeaths S3.000, bat as this bat already been advanced and charged against his son on bis books, be merely directs his executors to cancel the debt. To bis daughters, Nancy E. Pierce and Mary L. Smiley, he bequeaths S2.000 each, and to his son Nathaniel. 3,500, of which 101 JO had been adTanced prior to the making of the will. To his third son, James, be . leaves 2J0, and also directs that he shall be sent to some good college or nigh school at theexnena of the estate for at least three and not more than four years, provided be is not 21 years of sg at the time of his father's death. ' - -The -The balance of his estate: be directs shall be divided among his children t wham and share alike on the death ef his" wife, and the bequests to sny child, in , case of death shall be divined in the same manner among the surviving children, rte appoints his three sons, vt m. M, atnazuel C. snd James M. executors. Tbe document -is -is dated April 2, 18tJ8. j t The Coze bubstlt attorn.