1937 public laws – Ch. 182 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 182 AN ACT TO PLACE NETTIE JUDD (COLORED), WIDOW OF STOKES JUDD OF LEE COUNTY, ON THE PENSION ROLL. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That Nettie Judd (colored), of Lee County, widow of Stokes Judd, a colored Confederate pensioner at the time of his death in one thousand nine hundred and thirty-three, to whom she was married over fifty years ago, being now seventy-two years of age, infirm and partly disabled and in needy circumstances, be, and she is hereby, placed on the pension roll to receive the pension now allowed widows of Confederate soldiers in Class B: Provided, that no benefits shall be paid to the said Nettie Judd until when as and if she shall have qualified therefor under the General State Pension Laws.

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