November 22, 1867
To: Nancy Keith
From: Henry Keith, Pavilion, Michigan
Henry is letting Nancy know they arrived home safely and rode home on the train with Mr. Starr.
Pavilion Nov 22nd /67
I thought I would write you a few lines to let you know that we wer safe at home. When we got to Jackson who should we see but Mr Starr. He came into the car and came on with us so you see we had company all the way home. We had a very pleasant time coming. Mr Starr is very good company. We found the folks all well. You must excuse a short letter for I am in a great hurry. I have but a short time before the mail goes. Frank and Nellie go to school no more.
P.S. Excuse short letter.
 Henry and Nancy were half-siblings
 Noah Starr, father of his aunt, Alfleda (Starr) Keith
 Frank and Nellie Tomlinson, the children of George & Marion (Sprague) Tomlinson; Marion was his paternal first cousin. Henry had been in Rochester, New York, learning the telegraph trade (see 4-26-1867 letter) and apparently visited with the Tomlinsons, who lived in Pavilion, New York, while there