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6 July1863
exact date of 06 of July 1863
day of the month 06 July 1863
calendar day - 07 of July year - 1863
month of Julydecade of the 1860s.
1800s century


To: James Conner (son)
Bremen, Fairfield, Ohio.


From: William Conner
Crossensville, Ohio.


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Clasenville July th

Dear son
We received your letter Sunday th and was glad to hear you well We are well as usual The township met Saturday but did nothing but elect officers I suppose you heard George Stoltz is dead We got a letter from Steve which was wrote the th he was well then Since we heard Vicksburg is taken also Richmond which I do not believe we have had some good shows here and corn grows rapidly

I took Georges wife to Bremen Saturday They were here a week Grass and oats will be short Last winter we had head of horses now we have and gale the pacewr and the grey and pet is dead Hayes said she died with asphyxiation of the lungs She was worth Now we work Nell and Stephens colt which works well We are still in weakness living for god like so often as death we may meet in heaven

You affectionate father till death
William





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I left this side for Mother but she said she had no time so I thought I would write some more I was over at Sherlocks today and paid him that money and there is twenty one Back there was one note he did not like it was an Lancaster Pa but he took it is was down to see old mantyamey and Bill is to help harvest he will be up tonight an commence tomorrow Lewis Morison helps also helps also wheat is thin but is well headed the Locus is very bad destroying fruit trees but there are on the decrease we will have some apples but very few peaches plenty cherries Mother and myself still think to go to conference this fall

No more but remain yours

William Conner





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