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Title:[Letter] 1838 Mar. 5, Marshall County, Miss[issippi, to] Isaac B. Williams, Paris, Tennessee / Rachael Greer: a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Greer, Rachael
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Date: March 5, 1838
Extent: 2p
Summary:This is a letter from Rachael Greer to her son Isaac B. Williams, dated March 5, 1838. Rachael writes that Isaac's father is willing to help him acquire some land as an investment. She adds that all in the family are well.
Collection:Fitzgerald - Williams - Greer Papers
Box:IV-K-1, B1
Folder:30
Document:sl410
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Marshall County Miss [Mississippi] March 5th [added: 1838]
Dear Son

We are all in Common health at presant [present] and hope this will find you well also times are flourishing in this Country the land office is Closed at presant but will be oppend [opened] again shortly, there is a good [unclear: ade ] of vacant land yet, and Mr Greer says if you will send him the Silver he will enter one or more quarter Sections of [unclear: Land ] [gap] at 50 cents [added: per acre] that [gap] be sold for $2.50 or $3.00 which would [unclear: be a ] large profitable investment these hard times [unclear: your ] relations are all in Common health [gap] you must Come down this Spring and [gap] us. nothing more at presant

but remain your affectionate Mother untill [until] death
Rachael Greer



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Isaac B Williams Esqr [Esquire]mail { Paris Henry Co. [County] Tennessee



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