Letter from Frances Alvah Worden Chesebro to Lazette Miller Worden, April 20, 1850

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Letter from Frances Alvah Worden Chesebro to Lazette Miller Worden, April 20, 1850
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Distributor:Seward Family Digital Archive

Institution:University of Rochester

Repository:Rare Books and Special Collections

Date:1850-04-20

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Letter from Frances Alvah Worden Chesebro to Lazette Miller Worden, April 20, 1850

action: sent

sender: Frances Chesebro
Birth: 1826  Death: 1909-08-24

location:
Unknown

receiver: Lazette Worden
Birth: 1803-11-01  Death: 1875-10-03

location: Auburn, NY

transcription: pxc 

revision: crb 2019-01-29

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Saturday April 20th 50
My dear Mother
I have been going to write you for the
last two days but have not accomplished it – Your last
letter of this morning as soon as read the import was con-
veyed to Doct Lau
Unknown
and he returned answer that
he would attend to F.
Birth: 1805-09-24 Death: 1865-06-21Certainty: Probable
at 2 oclock Monday afternoon
Fred I suppose will break–fast with us Monday
morning as the only train which goes leaves Auburn very
early in the morning – except the afternoon express
train – the nine oclock train is four or five hours com-
–ing – So Ill expect Fred to breakfast & am going to
brew some coffee now –
Harry Schooley
Birth: 1797-10-18 Death: 1873-10-24
was here Thursday morning and
gave me some Romulus news – his son Hamilton
Birth: 1829-03-09 Death: 1901-10-05

sailed for California Saturday on the Cherokee – with
OB Blackmar
Birth: 1814 Death: 1851
Lazettes
Birth: 1821 Death: 1870-03-04
husband Ezra Schooley
Birth: 1806-05-23 Death: 1850-05-23
has
been gone sometime – Leonard Miller
Unknown
is not dead
as was reported if that’s the name of the other one
there besides Harry- Harry descried his respects to
You all –
Henry
Birth: 1822-02-03 Death: 1888-11-24
had a letter from John Warren
Unknown
Monday
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John & Mary
Unknown
were married a week previous and
were soon going on to Washington (that unfrequented
place) – in a week & were coming on here soon
I imagine there is no news in town– Ive been
out only once since you left and then on an
errand. Miss Beecher
Birth: 1800-09-06 Death: 1878-05-12Certainty: Possible
was here Tuesday – but she
is out of town just now – Pa
Birth: 1797-03-06 Death: 1856-02-16
came Thursday – and
yesterday dined at F. Grangers
Birth: 1792-12-01 Death: 1868-08-31
to meet Mr Jackson
Unknown

the Judge – I was invited for Friday to Jewetts
Unknown
to tea
a fare well party for Ana Sanger
Unknown
but I was not well
& not inclined so staid at home – For two or three
days I was sick – but up and about all the while
so I was better for it was the least sick spell Ive had
while I was in N.Y. in November last
Were I Mrs Alden
Unknown
I would disavow the
author
Unknown
of that then disavow him
I will write Sunday but Im hurried now
Every thing is doing well nothing said in relation
to your being away –
You may tell Day
Birth: 1817-02-23 Death: 1878-02-28Certainty: Possible
& everybody Im coming in May
Love to all – Yours ever F–
Henry sends love –