|1894 SMITH Letter
THESE NOTES ARE TAKEN FROM BITS OF PAPER, LETTERS AND JOURNAL ENTRIES FOUND IN AN OLD CHEST BELONGING TO WILLIAM G. ROBBINS (1840-1919) THEY ARE THE PERSONAL PAPERS OF WILLIAM AND HIS SONS ELISHA, MERLE, WILLIE & ORA
LETTER FEB 9 1894
Miss Angline Smith it is with pleashure that I embrace the pleasant opportunity to drop you a few lines to let you know that I am well at presant hoping these lines will come safe to your hands and find you well and enjoying all the pleashurs that this world can afford I have not yet seen that letter you sent to Hen nor I have not seen Hen nor Evert for sometime though I recon ther all well. Ange if you are at a good place and is satesfide and a getting anything it is the best thing you can do. I heard you was getting one dollor a week that is as much agin as you could get here I want you to write and let me know how you are getting along and I will write more the next time and will write it better and will tell you severl things Now write as soon as you can and be sure to address it on the envelope J.W. Robbins Jr Relief, Morgan Co W.B. Hicks writes his name J.W. Robbins and if Jr haint to my name he gets all my male Jr stands for Junior
They were transcribed in May, 1997 byDarrold Crites 1607 Wilbur Av. Fairborn, OH 45324 <DCrites642@aol.com>
Notations in parentheses are those of the transcriber. Spelling & Grammar is as written.