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Ann Sharpless to sisters Edith and Elizabeth, 1866 - 1893

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Ann (1853-1943) was the daughter of Aaron and second wife, Susanna F. Sharpless. Unmarried, she taught at Westtown.

Dates: 1866 - 1893

Uncle Nathan Kite to Elizabeth Sharpless on her wedding, 1865

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Poem with reference to her mother, Susanna Kite Sharpless, who died when Elizabeth was a baby. 2 copies

Dates: 1865

Elizabeth Sharpless Smedley to brother James and Susanna Sharpless to sister, 1865, 1868

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Elizabeth to her half-brother, James F. (1853-1868), the son of Aaron and Susanna Forsythe Sharpless. Susanna was the youngest child of Aaron and Susanna F., born 1859.

Dates: 1865, 1868

Benjamin H. Lightfoot to Edith Sharpless , 1856-12-02

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Note from her cousin that notifiednotifying her of sudden death of their uncle James Kite

Dates: 1856-12-02

Anna Walton [?] to Elizabeth Sharpless , 1857, 1875, undated

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She wrote that since did not have grandchildren, she was sending to Elizabeth a doll and a letter from Aunt Mary to Kite to Susanna Kite Sharpless, Elizabeth's mother.

Dates: 1857, 1875, undated

Susanna Sharpless Kite to cousin Elizabeth Sharpless , 1858 - 1865

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From Westtown. Susanna (1844-1932) was the daughter of William Kite and Mary Clement Kite. Her letter of 1865-5mo-5 contains her apology why not she was not in attendance for Elizabeth's passing meeting - because she had other Meeting obligations.

Dates: 1858 - 1865

Ann Sharpless journal of a trip to California, 1886

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Ann (1850-1943) was the daughter of Aaron and Susanna F. Sharpless. A long-time teacher at Westtown, she was active in peace and other concerns and an acknowledged Quaker minister, Birmingham Monthly Meeting.

Dates: 1886

Account book of estate of William Smedley (1728-1766), 1766

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William Smedley (1728-1766) built the first section of the family house on the farmstead in Middletown Township, Delaware County.

Dates: 1766

Will of James Albin (copy) , 1750-09-01

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James Albin of West Marlborough, manuscript copy 1751 by George Smedley. This was removed from Emma Smedley's leather folder containing items of family history.

Dates: 1750-09-01