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Jan 7 1871 (2 KB) Final letter I have from EA Walters tells of letter mixup and to forward it to Moses Walters in Richland County OH. The children have the measles. Mentions sisters Rebecca, Susanna and Sarah and brother James and wife Eliza having a boy.
John Charles Towson to his aunt (3 KB) John Charles Towson wrote to his Aunt Leah Hadley/Freeland Klinefelter 1860 tells of family and wife Catherine Freeland Towson
Susanna Hashberger to her widowed mother Leah 1874 (2 KB) Tells of son Romie being sick as well as son Oscartells of a protracted meeting held in the school house. Talks of unknown Mary and how she is glad that mom is feeling better (Mary is not a sister as written on my notes)
A.W. Smith (1 KB) Tells about crops in North Lima, Mahoning County to Leah and Henry Klinefelter
James H Klinefelter to parents & sibling March 26 (1 KB) James writes from Marion, Marion County Ohio to Putnam County where his parents have moved from Morrow County Ohio. Speaks of brother John age 13 and tells of paying Mr Shafer some money owed
March 20, 1870 EA Walters to parents (2 KB) Talks about Railroad through to Hiawatha. Aunt Betsy is fine-Elizabeth Wentling, Moses Walters brother move out there, Mike Klinefelter Tells her brother John F.H. Klinefelter to move out "hear"
May 1 1870 EA Walters to Parents (2 KB) Elizabeth is 35, mother Leah is 59. Brother John got married, mentions Peter age 38, John and Sam, Uncle Josephs boys. Mentions Aunt Betsy, Uncle Josephs widow. Tells her brother James about land
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