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No more at present : from a cache of old letters

Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[United States : s.n., 19--]
ca. 250 p.

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"These ... letters were written to Charlotte Harvey, her son, Lafayette Stout, and members of his family. They were [primarily] written by Charlotte's daughter, Emma Ann Ely Carder and her children."

Emma Ann Ely was born in 1828 in Hampshire County, Virginia (now West Virginia) to Charlotte Carder (1811-1908) and William Ely. Emma Ann married Abner Carder in 1846. They had nine children and lived in Virginia. Emma Ann died in 1909. Emma Ann's mother, Charlotte, married 1) William Ely in 1828, 2) John S. Stout in about 1841, and 3) Nicholas Harvey in 1854. Charlotte lived in Iowa from 1837 until her death in 1908.

Includes index.

The letters were written between 1847 and 1927. Includes a description of travels from Iowa to Oregon in 1852 by Lewis Stout (son of Ephraim Stout, Jr.), and accounts, 1903-1915, of Lafayette Stout, Sr. (1842-1916) of Iowa (son of John S. Stout and Charlotte Carder Ely Stout Harvey).

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