Contains 9 Results:
Adams, Charles, 1862 Dec
Four Civil War letters written in Alexandria, Va.
Bullard, John to Adams, Joseph, 1813 Jan 15
Bullard, who was married to Joseph Adams's sister Elizabeth, writes from Pepperell, Mass. regarding Adams's feeling that Lancaster is a pleasant town, but has high taxes. Still, it would be very agreeable if Adams settled there. Bullard discusses present down business conditions and the ongoing war, the health of his family, activities of his sons Henry and Royal.
Richards, Sarah Adams, 1829-1834
Three letters to her brother Joseph Adams.
Richards, Sarah Adams to Adams, Joseph, 1829 Mar 22
Richards writes from Dedham, Mass., about the health of her family. She intended to ask Kezia to spend the winter, but Mr. Richards's health did not permit it. She relates news of her family.
Richards, Sarah Adams to Adams, Joseph, 1831 Sep 25
She writes from Dayton, Ohio, about her health. She believes it best to stay close to her children, describes their business activities and activities of other family members and friends. She discusses philosophical differences in churches.
Richards, Sarah Adams to Adams, Joseph, 1834 Jan 7
Richards writes from Boston. She has been to Vermont where she hoped her health would improve. She relates news of family and friends.
Greene, Marie Barton to Wheelock, Mary Adams, 1864
Bulkley, David C., St. Paul's Lodge No. Eleven lease, 1860 Jul 26
Lawrence, William R. to Adams, Charles, 1868 Feb. 11
Lawrence, son of Amos Lawrence, writes about their common ancestor, Rev. Amos Adams (1728-1775). Enclosed is a letter to Lawrence from C. H. Dillaway, 1868 Feb 7.