Mosa June 6th, 1865
I take the presant opportunity of writing to you to let you know that we are all well here at presant and hopeing that these few lines will find you enjoying the same blessing. we have wrote several times to you and never recived answer. we did not know what had happent.
uncle John Simpson and his family is well and uncle John and aunt Jane Robinson and their family is well aunt Margret and uncle Mathew and their family is well uncle Issac is well and talks about going home to see you again and Dear uncle George he lies beneath the sod nere two long years and aunt Sarie and the three boys are geting along well and Henery the other boy is married and living in the Copper mines. father and mother and all my brothers and sisters is well
Dear uncle tell us about all our Dear uncles and aunts and Cousins their when you write. tell them all to write We would like here from then. we have had a very dry season here this spring
so no more at persant Dear uncle Write as soon as you can tell uncle Richerd that father would like to have a letter from him so now I must draw my letter to a close so good by Dear uncle You must excuse my poor writing and bad spelling for I practice very little when I get to be a better writer I will send you a long letter
so I remain your nece. Agness Simpson
Note: Agness Simpson is probably the oldest daughter of William & Catherine Simpson.
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