Letters of my Great Grandfather Thomas Sayers to my father, Charles Carrick, item 4

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but i am still going

about strong we had

a dry summer and

the crops looks well

my Dear little man

Don't be so long riting

to me again i have

no news to tell you

every thing is quiet around

hear David and Eliza

join me in kind

Love to you all

truly yours Thomas Sayers

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but i am still going

about strong we had

a dry summer and

the crops looks well

my Dear little man

Don't be so long riting

to me again i have

no news to tell you

every thing is quiet around

hear David and Eliza

join me in kind

Love to you all

truly yours Thomas Sayers


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  • June 29, 2017 23:26:35 C Weddo

    but i am still going

    about strong we had

    a dry summer and

    the crops looks well

    my Dear little man

    Don't be so long riting

    to me again i have

    no news to tell you

    every thing is quiet around

    hear David and Eliza

    join me in kind

    Love to you all

    truly yours Thomas Sayers

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    East Wyoming Avenue, Philadelphia, U.S.A.

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  • Story location East Wyoming Avenue, Philadelphia, U.S.A.


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4962 / 54851
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Bruce Carrick
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