Contains 25 Results:
Detailed description of a visit to West Point. Also mentions that much occupied with yearly meeting (NYYM), slightly fewer people stayed at their home
Letters from Mary Anna, beginning June 1863. She signs Mariana in July. Between Sept. and Oct. 1863, the letters quickly become loving.
Letter of Dec. 3 mentions a friend, Libbie Cheyney, whose fiancé was imprisoned in Libby Prison, Richmond, VA. Attended an event with violin and dancing.
Letter to her brother Amos who is studying medicine in NYC. Says she would rather have been married in NY, but was convinced she must be married in Springboro in order to be married under the care of a meeting.
Concerning Discipline details and planning for marriage of Noah and Mariana
Mariana's parents are in NY to be with Mary's father, Amos Willets (1792-1864), at his deathbed. Mariana is caring for family at home including youngest brother John, born 1860. Writes of typhoid in Richmond, IN, and deaths in War, including son of William Gregg who lost a second son, killed in Sheridan's latest battle.
Reports on temperance activities in Glendale
Family news to her mother