1867 Letters

November 22, 1867 letter to Nancy Keith from Henry Keith

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 Dear Sister[1] I thought I would write you a few lines to let you know that we wer safe at home. When… Continue reading November 22, 1867 letter to Nancy Keith from Henry Keith

1867 Letters

October 28, 1867 letter to Nancy Betts from Nancy Comfort

October 28, 1867  To: Nancy Betts From: Nancy Comfort, Clinton, Ontario, Canada Nancy Comfort is writing her aunt and mildly chastising her for not writing back. The rest of the letter is devoted to updating her about Nancy Comfort’s brothers and sisters and news about her aunt’s sister Mary Wickersham and her long lost son,… Continue reading October 28, 1867 letter to Nancy Betts from Nancy Comfort

1867 Letters

October 2, 1867 letter to Sarah Keith from Clem Willcutt

October 2, 1867 To: Sarah Keith, Galesburg, MI From: Juliet Clem Willcutt Arrived home very seasick. Nellie & John were very sick. Al sent him a letter from Massachusetts notifying them of the death of Father Washburne. John will probably go east in winter and bring mother back with him. Cleveland Ohio Oct 2nd 1867[1]… Continue reading October 2, 1867 letter to Sarah Keith from Clem Willcutt

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September 20, 1867 letter to Luke Keith from Shubael Keith

September 20, 1867 To: Luke Keith, Galesburg, MI From: Shubael Keith, Palatine, IL Received the bed springs, likes them very much and is enclosing $4.00 in payment of same. C. L. Keith Esq. Palatine Sept 20th, 1867 Dear Sir, I recd your Bed Springs[1] all right. You did not say what the chg was. Aylmer[2]… Continue reading September 20, 1867 letter to Luke Keith from Shubael Keith

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September 17, 1867 letter to Sarah Keith from D. C. Crawford

September 17, 1867  To: Sarah Keith  From: David (D.C.) Crawford, Golden, CO Prosper wrote him that Hiram had married. He, Hiram, has not favored D.C. with a letter or wedding card. So he will give Hiram the cold shoulder should D.C. get married, which he has not the least idea of doing. However, if he… Continue reading September 17, 1867 letter to Sarah Keith from D. C. Crawford

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January 3, 1867 letter to Nancy Keith from Nancy Betts

January 3, 1867 To: Nancy Keith, Galesburg, MI From: Nancy Betts, Waukegan, IL Nancy Betts is writing a short note to her granddaughter to thank her for the present of edging. She had been suffering from a severe cold, but is feeling better. She is sorry to hear that Elder Sell is moving. She goes… Continue reading January 3, 1867 letter to Nancy Keith from Nancy Betts