Huff - Hylton families
Papers, 1803-14, 1858-82, 1975, n.d., Ms1998-001
Letter from John Weddle of Montgomery County, Ohio, to Samuel Huff of Montgomery County, Virginia.
August the 13th day 1806
State of Ohio
Its falls daton
Sir, this is to give you and infirmation of my welfare am in a Reasonable well at this present time hoping these few lines may Find you in the Same State of Health. I have I have nothing particular to write to you only that I had a safe journey but was Very lonesome and lay by water six days and Rented a Room had to pay a little sum of money. Needs must mention about the Country its a fine Country as Ever I seed in my life I have seed a good deal of the Country the grooth is walnut Cherry & Sugar trees Black ash whit ash _____ ____ _____ bushes and many other good grooth. Yur keys is Caves ____ and there are fish as large and Plaenty but not so large as what Vaneil had them out to let you no that I bought Two lots in daton am Not yet confined in business. Sir Please to write me a letter and send it to me as Quick as you Possible Cin as I should want to no and here turnover
Of you all write whether you are in need or not and whether you ____ any Property or not. I am not yet married but expect to git married in a short time nomore at this Present time but Remember best love and Complement and serious thoughtsd until Death.
Samuel Huff Living in Montgomery County on The South Fork Of Greesy Creek, Virginia Sent by Abraham Hosier
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