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[Transcript of Letter from David Fentress to his wife Clara, August 7, 1863]

Description: Transcript of a letter written by David Fentress to his wife Clara requesting that she look after the orchard, plant grapes, and care for the garden. He states his interest in teaching his daughters how to garden and "kitchen education" before other branches of learning. He describes his health and says that he has not lost any of his sick soldiers.
Date: August 7, 1863
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[Letter from Emmett Patton to Levi Perryman, March 7, 1908]

Description: Letter from Emmett Patton of Law Office of Patton & Gibbany, Roswell, New Mexico to Levi Perryman discussing land and other property owned by Bob Perryman and how it should be disposed of. Some of the land needed to have improvements made immediately or it would be taken away, some had been only partially paid for and other plots were jointly owned with others. Letter actually addressed to "Leroy" Perryman, but the letters "roy" are partially erased.
Date: March 7, 1908
Creator: Patton, Emmett
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[Last Will and Testament of Chauncey H. Redway, November 7, 1854]

Description: Last will and testament of Chauncey H. Redway on November 7, 1854. Upon his death, Redway wishes to give his wife Lodema one-third of the avails of his farm; his daughter Harriet $100 and two cows; his daughter Electa $100; his daughter Cornelia $200; his granddaughter Ida $100; his granddaughter Ellen Loretta $200; and his son Hamilton K. Redway all the remainder of his estates. Redway appoints Thomas C. Chiltenden to be executor of the will. The will was examined and executed on October 1, 1855.
Date: November 7, 1854
Creator: Redway, Chauncey H.
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[Settlement of claim, May 7, 1891]

Description: Settlement of claim for the service of Hamilton K. Redway during the civil war. As Redway's widow, this notification states that Loriette C. Redway would receive $92.86 and her attorneys, Butts and Philips, would receive $10.31. The total of this settlement was $103.17. The claim payment would be distributed in numerical order according to the settlement number on this notification.
Date: May 7, 1891
Creator: Treasury Department
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[Envelope addressed to Miss Linnet Moore, October 7, 1897]

Description: Envelope addressed to Miss Linnet Moore in Chambersville, Collin County, Texas. It was sent by Birdie McGee and read by Linnet on October 13, 1987. It is postmarked Gallatin, Tenn. October 7, 1897. The right side of the envelope is torn, and the top right corner, where the stamp would have been, had been cut away. There is some writing in pencil on the back and another postmark from McKinney, Texas on October 9, 1897.
Date: October 7, 1897
Creator: McGee, Birdie
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Literature: an illustrated Weekly Magazine, Volume 1, Number 20, July 7, 1888

Description: Weekly literary magazine that contains articles and excerpts on various topics as well as advertisements; according the to the cover, it includes "Criticism, Biography, News, [and] Selected Readings." Contents for this issue: Maurice Thompson at Home, Selections from A Fortnight of Folly, and Sylvan Secrets in Bird-Songs and Books.
Date: July 7, 1888
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[Letter from David Fentress to wife Clara, June 7, 1864]

Description: Letter from David Fentress to his wife Clara regarding his health, health of the unit, which he sends many soldiers to hospitals with guards. He mentions how the weather is not helping people get better and gives his wife advice on agriculture. He also mentions his wish for the end of the war.
Date: June 7, 1864
Creator: Fentress, David
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[Letter from David Fentress to his wife Clara, August 7, 1863]

Description: Letter written by David Fentress to his wife Clara requesting that she look after the orchard, plant grapes, and care for the garden. He states his interest in teaching his daughters how to garden and "kitchen education" before other branches of learning. He describes his health and says that he has not lost any of his sick soldiers.
Date: August 7, 1863
Creator: Fentress, David
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Promissory Note from C. B. Moore to H. S. Moore, February 7, 1879]

Description: Promissory note from C. B. Moore to H. S. Moore on February 7, 1879. C. B. Moore promised to pay the total sum of $85 to Henry S. Moore by January 1, 1880. On the reverse side, Henry S. Moore recorded that C. B. Moore paid $28.40 toward the note on December 8 and $30 toward the note on December 12.
Date: February 7, 1879
Creator: Moore, Charles B.
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[Letter from John Stewart to C. B. Moore, June 7,1901]

Description: Letter from John Stewart to C. B. Moore. He talks about his health and about getting older. His cough has stayed with him still. He says everyone else is well and mentions what Stewart Williams is doing. He talks about grand children. Cary Nimmo is in Nashville. He talks about the small pox that has broken out there. Dr. Hiran Moore died. He mentions all the kinds of doctors they have. He mentions a few more friends and how they are doing.
Date: June 7, 1901
Creator: Stewart, John
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[Letter from Alta Berry to Linnet Moore White, June 7, 1909]

Description: Letter from Alta Berry to Claude and Linnet White in which she discusses her health and farming. She says that Claude is in trouble with his crops as he has been "drinking a great deal lately." He was arrested after causing a disturbance at a supper in Melissa, Texas. She also updates Linnet on the activities and health of friends and family.
Date: June 7, 1909
Creator: Berry, Alta
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter to Mrs. Linnet White, January 7, 1912]

Description: Letter to Mrs. Linnet White. The author talks about drawing straws to do dishes. She talks about the weather and writing letters. She talks about one of the girls not feeling too well, but is usually healthy. She talks about going to town to get a new dress for an O. E. S. meeting. She talks about the books she is reading and the meaning behind them. She mentions that Ernestine can't go to school until February and that Ruth will also be going to school soon.
Date: January 7, 1912
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