February 1854

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 Sender: Lizzie Hurst Haun
Sender Location: Georgetown, KY
Recipient: James Haun and John J Haun
Recipient Location: Nelson Creek, CA

 

George town

Dear Uncle and Cousin

I sit down to night after
aunty & Dr Hamill have gone to church
to write you a few lines I have been
a little sick all day a thought I would
not go to church, but write to Dear Old
Uncle I wrote you a letter a few weeks ago
and have writen John one, Aunt Lizie
has joined the Presbyterian church
we had some shooting done last week
between Lawyer Robinson’s son Jimmie
and H Hynes I suppose John knew
Mr Hynes he was a military student
he was dismissed a few months ago
or rather expelled the difficulty arose abrod
Ellen Finell Robbinson shot

[torn] but did not kill him
[torn] longer & they have not
[torn] with Robinson yet it is supposed
[torn]and Hunes engaged to be married but
I do not know whether it is true or not
Hynes was taken up to Mrs Finells
the next morning after she was shot. Mr Clark
is married he married Miss Eve Stenson
of Parris Ky. It is just one year
to day since you left- it seems to me
a very long year Oh Uncle you cannot
immagine how bad I want to see you all
I wrote to Dave not long ago. I hav
ent any news of importance to write so I
must come to a close church will soon
be out give my love to John Aunt says
she is going to write after she comes from church you must
write me a letter for it would do me a
good deal of good to get a letter from you
& John I must bring my short letter
to a close tell John Frank Rankig
sends his love to him There was one
person joried the reform church to day by
letter her name is Mrs Benton a lady of
about 85 years old she was a back member
of dry run church I beleive and hes latch
evne to town you must answer
this Good bye I remain your ever
affectionate daughter

Lizzie Haun
or rather
Hurst

P S I believe I will change my
name to Haun excuse all mistakes
for I wrote this in a hury

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