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Letter 3 Rev George W Charlton to step-daughter, Martha William Wright

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Date: 5 Sep 1829 [unknown]
Location: Lynchburg, Virginiamap
Surnames/tags: Charlton Wright Moody
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Lynchburg Sepr 5th 1829
My Dear Martha
Having written from Cumberland I merely send you a few lines now to inform you of our arrival at this place. Your Mother is in good health & spirits & would enjoy herself perfectly if her dear daughter were with her to participate her pleasure. We will never go without you again, with my consent.
My dear child take care of yourself for a few weeks we hope to have you with us again. If you have not written to me you must write on receipt of this, direct to Lynchburg.
Yours Most Affy
Addressed to: Miss Martha W Wright
Percivals Brunswick Cy
Postmarked: Lynchburg Sep 7
Postage: 18 3/4
VLR (Virginia Leigh Refo)
A letter from Rev. George W. Charlton to his step-daughter Martha William Wright, who is away at school. Her mother is George's bride, Martha Robinson (Crump) Wright Charlton. They are, in fact, on their wedding trip, having been married in August 1829. Who can imagine spending a honeymoon in Lynchburg!


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