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[Letter from Frederick Kirby to Hugh Callaway - February 22, 1994]
Letter from Frederick Kirby, one of the killers of Hugh Callaway's friend (Thanh Nguyen), asking Callaway to give the inmate a second chance. It includes the envelope addressed to Callaway.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, September 24, 1860]
Letter from Maud C. Fentress to her son David to thank him for the newspapers she has received from him; learning about a new method of growing corn; hear health; the weather; and she ends by sending her love to Davids wife, Clara.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, September 24, 1860]
Transcript of a letter from Maud C. Fentress to her son David to thank him for the newspapers she has received from him; learning about a new method of growing corn; hear health; the weather; and she ends by sending her love to Davids wife, Clara.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, September 20, 1859]
Letter from Maud C. Fentress to her son David Fentress discussing Kate, Sallie, and financial transactions.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, September 20, 1859]
Transcript of a letter from Maud C. Fentress to her son David Fentress discussing Kate, Sallie, and financial transactions.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, September 28, 1860]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son David Fentress regarding a lawsuit; her health and that of her family; the weather; seeds; and a move to Texas.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, March 10, 1862]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress, updating him on the events of the war and their impacts on the community, and pleading with him to write her more regularly. She also gives him news of family and friends. She also includes information on the lack of availability and rising cost of goods.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, March 10, 1862]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress, updating him on the events of the war and their impacts on the community, and pleading with him to write her more regularly. She also gives him news of family and friends. She also includes information on the lack of availability and rising cost of goods.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, January 1, 1864]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress updating him on the war and it's impacts on her local surroundings. She also gives him news about family and friends.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, January 1, 1864]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress updating him on the war and it's impacts on her local surroundings. She also gives him news about family and friends.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, March 1, 1861]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son David regarding the making of clothes for the family; a report that a man was killed by Indians; the military build up in the south; and her opinion of Abraham Lincoln.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, March 1, 1861]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son David regarding the making of clothes for the family; a report that a man was killed by Indians; the military build up in the south; and her opinion of Abraham Lincoln.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, September 25, 1860]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son David Fentress regarding a lawsuit; her health and that of her family; the weather; seeds; and a move to Texas.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, September 25, 1860]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son David Fentress regarding a lawsuit; her health and that of her family; the weather; seeds; and a move to Texas.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, February 27, 1862]
Letter from Maud C. Fentress to her son, David Fentress, describing her fear after several confederate losses. She comments on the recent battles, tells him of her concerns, and pleads with him to not join the Army.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress - February 27, 1862]
Transcript of a letter from Maud C. Fentress to her son, David Fentress, describing her fear after several confederate losses. She comments on the recent battles, tells him of her concerns, and pleads with him to not join the Army.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, February 4, 1865]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress, urging him to move home for the sake of his family. She also updates him on local life, telling him of improvements that have been made in the town and business. In addition, to gives him updates on family and friends.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress February 4, 1865]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress, urging him to move home for the sake of his family. She also updates him on local life, telling him of improvements that have been made in the town and business. In addition, to gives him updates on family and friends.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, March 3, 1862]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress giving him news of the war and describing its effects on her surrounding community.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, March 3, 1862]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress giving him news of the war and describing its effects on her surrounding community.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, February 3, 1862]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress telling him about day to day life. In her letter, she discusses the rising cost of goods and crops, and she also comments on the deaths of soldiers in the war, and asks him not to enlist. Towards the end of the letter, she gives him financial advice and includes the price of several commodities.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, February 3, 1862]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress telling him about day to day life. In her letter, she discusses the rising cost of goods and crops, and she also comments on the deaths of soldiers in the war, and asks him not to enlist. Towards the end of the letter, she gives him financial advice and includes the price of several commodities.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, February 14, 1862]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress describing the mood in town after several confederate losses. She pleads with him to not join the Army, and updates him on family and friends.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, February 14, 1862]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress describing the mood in town after several confederate losses. She pleads with him to not join the Army, and updates him on family and friends.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress November 10, 1861]
Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress describing packages of clothing and goods she has sent for him and others. She encourages him to purchase a horse, and urges him maintain a godly lifestyle.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, November 10, 1861]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress describing packages of clothing and goods she has sent for him and others. She encourages him to purchase a horse, and urges him maintain a godly lifestyle.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, October]
Transcript of letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress informing him that she has begun his package the way that he instructed her to. Tells him that it is a valuable bundle, and that she has also written to him twice. She discusses the naming of a child, and brags about David's wife Clara.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, October]
Letter from Maud Fentress to her son, David Fentress informing him that she has begun his package the way that he instructed her to. Tells him that it is a valuable bundle, and that she has also written to him twice. She discusses the naming of a child, and brags about David's wife Clara.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, September 1, 1858]
Letter from M. C. (Maud) Fentress to her son, David Fentress, concerning her gathering seeds for him; the amount of money she can raise and send to him; the trial of Allick Neilson for rape; the condition of the crops; and an update on the health and activities of friends and family.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress - September 1, 1858]
Transcript of a letter from M. C. (Maud) Fentress to her son, David Fentress, concerning her gathering seeds for him; the amount of money she can raise and send to him; the trial of Allick Neilson for rape; the condition of the crops; and an update on the health and activities of friends and family.
[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, October 26, 1859]
Transcript of a letter from Maud C. Fentress to her son, David Fentress inquiring about the purchase of a Mare and discussing the travel arrangements of his Uncle. She mentions that his uncle is ill, and also inquires about his housing accommodations, in case she should decide to come visit him. Towards the end of the letter she mentions that she is making dresses for a baby and sleeves for David's wife, Clara.
[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David Fentress, October 26, 1859]
Letter from Maud C. Fentress to her son, David Fentress inquiring about the purchase of a Mare and discussing the travel arrangements of his Uncle. She mentions that his uncle is ill, and also inquires about his housing accommodations, in case she should decide to come visit him. Towards the end of the letter she mentions that she is making dresses for a baby and sleeves for David's wife, Clara.
[Transcript of Letter from Josephus C. Moore, January 1, 1862]
Transcript of a letter from Josephus C. Moore discussing news of the war. He writes that it does not seem likely that there will be peace soon, that troops are constantly arriving from the South, and that the Chief Engineer has been testing the large cannon.
[Letter from Josephus C. Moore, January 1, 1862]
Letter from Josephus C. Moore discussing news of the war. He writes that it does not seem likely that there will be peace soon, that troops are constantly arriving from the South, and that the Chief Engineer has been testing the large cannon.
[Letter from Jos. Wallace to Charles Moore]
Letter from Joseph Wallace to Charles Moore that starts out with a request for more letters. Family and friends are discussed; the presidential election is mentioned; Wallace coming to Texas; and the subscription school that the son of Henry Dobbins is the principal of. The letter is torn and badly stained and many of the words can no longer be made out.
[Transcript of Letter from John Emberson to Eldridge and Elizabeth Emberson, February 15, 1857]
Transcript of a letter to Eldritch and Elizabeth Emberson from John Emberson regarding a sale of land John made and the granting of the power of attorney to Eldritch over the sale. John also wrote about his family and his desire to see Eldritch and Elizabeth.
[Letter from John Emberson to Eldridge and Elizabeth Emberson, February 15, 1857]
Letter to Eldritch and Elizabeth Emberson from John Emberson regarding a sale of land John made and the granting of the power of attorney to Eldritch over the sale. John also wrote about his family and his desire to see Eldritch and Elizabeth.
[Letter from Jole Stephens, undated]
Letter from to the Sheriff of Montague County, telling him to discharge John Morrow and Hiram Hundin from jail.
[Transcript of Letter from George A. Wilson to Charles B. Moore, 1861]
Transcript of a letter from George A. Wilson to Charles B. Moore discussing recent news and farming, as well as the war and the hardships it has caused. There is an envelope addressed to C. B. Moore at Rocky Bayou, Izard County, Arkansas. Part of the envelope has been torn away. According to the note written in the bottom left corner, it was received on December 9, 1861.
[Letter from George A. Wilson to Charles B. Moore, 1861]
Letter from George A. Wilson to Charles B. Moore discussing recent news and farming, as well as the war and the hardships it has caused. There is an envelope addressed to C. B. Moore at Rocky Bayou, Izard County, Arkansas. Part of the envelope has been torn away. According to the note written in the bottom left corner, it was received on December 9, 1861.
[Letter from George B. Buckler to Charles B. Moore, November 7, 1873]
Letter from George Buckler? saying that he had fallen off a wagon and was unable to come into town. He was no longer able to work as a teacher because the government was too unreliable to pay him a salary. He was owed for three months work already and the pay would only be $50.00 in greenbacks which was not enough remuneration.
[Letter from George Wilson]
A letter from George Wilson of Livingston, TN to Charles B. Moore. The sender is a cousin by marriage to Charles Moore. The letter itself remits news of Mr. Moore's family.
[Letter from Elvira Moore to her family, December 20, 1871]
Letter from Elvira Moore to her family, giving her account of visiting her relatives in Tennessee. Personal illness and the death of a child are recalled.
[Transcript of letter from Elvira Moore to her family, December 20, 1871]
Transcript of a letter from Elvira Moore to her family, giving her account of visiting her relatives in Tennessee. Personal illness and the death of a child are recalled.
[Transcript of letter from Enoch D. Rushing and Henry Moore to Charles Moore, September 15, 1870]
Transcript of a letter from Enoch Rushing and Henry Moore to Charles Moore. Enoch Rushing talks about farming, friends, and the large number of Republicans running for local political positions. Henry Moore talks about family health, mill work, and property for sale.
[Letter from Enoch D. Rushing and Henry Moore to Charles Moore, September 15, 1870]
Letter from Enoch Rushing and Henry Moore to Charles Moore. Enoch Rushing talks about local politics, farming, and friends. Henry Moore talks about family health, mill work, and property for sale.
[Letter from H. S. Moore to Charles B. Moore, July 6, 1865]
Letter from H. S. Moore to Charles Moore discussing family news, farming conditions and crops, news related to the Civil War, and news related to local events and people in Mill Creek, Arkansas.
[Transcript of letter from Henry Moore to Charles Moore, August 13, 1871]
Transcript of letter from Henry Moore to Charles Moore, discussing a traveling party in Oklahoma, camping, and hunting.
[Letter from Henry Moore to Charles Moore, August 13, 1871]
Letter from Henry Moore to Charles Moore, discussing a traveling party in Oklahoma, camping, and hunting.
[Letter from Henry S. Moore to Charles B. Moore, July 12, 1860]
Letter from Henry S. Moore to Charles B. Moore discussing a recent trip Henry took, work at a lumber mill, and the hot weather. The letter is written on blue paper which is torn at the bottom right corner. It has an envelope addressed to Charles B. Moore in McKinney, Collin County, Texas. The letter was started on July 12th, and Henry continued to write through at least July 15th.