Letter from Susan H. Caswell, dated 1861-03-07

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March the 7th 1861

Dear Cousin I thought I would write you a few Lines to Let you know how we get a Long. I am some times almost [discoured?] I am so wicked but I [can?] hope that I shall try by the assisting grace of the Lord to go where my [Parets?] has gone and [Jime?] widow is a god woman and tryse [strikeout[to be[/strikeout] to [/strikeout]go[/strikeout] to due the thing that is rite the oldest [Genl?] [Mavy?] is sick, and has ben for some time she has got her Fauthers Constution. I want you to come this sumer to Meeting and see me. Mary [Fergon?] a [met?] John was well the other day. John [K?] Holly says he went you to come up to the old home [pley?] his Daghter Abby is a fine woman

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and has Maried a Man thet gos to sea [Mate?] of a vesel. I have been to Meeting A good meny evenings this winter And we have had A meeting at our house and good [time?] Hannah [Therond?] has got to be A great [strikeout] big women And Lives doun in Point Judith and keeps A boarding House. [Benjamin?] has been Dead some years. hannah is eighty years old and is smart. I hope these few Lines will find you and your Children well. I wont you to bring me Mary Likeness and I will give you mine. Mary Ann and [Childerend?] sends their Love to you so remain your Loving Cousen till death seperates us

Susan H Caswell

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Rachel B Stephen East Montpelier [Ct?] Vermont.

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