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The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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of the deceased, about five miles from this place, and about two miles from the residence of Judge Edwards, and about four miles from Dr. James Gray's residence. "The parties met early in the mobert, William and James reached the fatal spot first. After they had been there some time, Judge Edwards and his two sons, Luther and Knight, came, and found the Grays there, armed with double barr one knows. There were three on each side, and it is said that several negroes belonging to Judge Edwards participated in the fight. Judge Edwards was shot in the breast and died soon after. LutheJudge Edwards was shot in the breast and died soon after. Luther Edwards was shot in the left side, and died that evening, and the two Grays, Robert and William were not shot, but were beaten over the head and left on the ground for dead — then Dr. Gray was leftLuther Edwards was shot in the left side, and died that evening, and the two Grays, Robert and William were not shot, but were beaten over the head and left on the ground for dead — then Dr. Gray was left alone to contend with Mr. Knight Edwards and the negroes. They fought a long time; it is said Mr. Knight Edwards received a severe wound on the head, and Dr. Gray a severe wound in the left arm with