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Wilkinson-Keith Family Papers

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042. Willis Wilkinson to Anna B. Wilkinson -- n.d.
042. Willis Wilkinson to Anna B. Wilkinson -- n.d. Willis asks if Anna will visit
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041. Anna Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- Oct. 10, n.d.
041. Anna Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- Oct. 10, n.d. Anna writes of her hope her mother will visit and of her newborn child.
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040. Sarah to Eleanora Wilkinson -- 8th, n.d.
040. Sarah to Eleanora Wilkinson -- 8th, n.d. Sarah discusses Virginia's travels, parties and Virginia's baby.
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039. Virginia and Lucy to Anna B. Wilkinson -- n.d.
039. Virginia and Lucy to Anna B. Wilkinson -- n.d. Virginia writes of parties and matrimonial engagements. Lucy adds a postscript, beckoning Anna to Richmond and describing St. Peter's Church.
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038. Willis Wilkinson to daughter -- n.d.
038. Willis Wilkinson to daughter -- n.d. Willis wishes to know Mary's condition
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037. Sarah Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- n.d.
037. Sarah Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- n.d. Sarah writes that Virginia has given birth to a son
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036. Willis Wilkinson to Anna Bella Wilkinson -- n.d.
036. Willis Wilkinson to Anna Bella Wilkinson -- n.d. Willis writes from Sampit to Anna Bella of his travels and details the food he is sending
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035. Sarah Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 30th (prior to 1849)
035. Sarah Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 30th (prior to 1849) Sarah writes complaning about her crowded home, discussing a visit by Reverend William Miller who is on his way to Mobile
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034. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 24, 1851
034. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 24, 1851 Mary Wilkinson Memminger writes to her mother, chastising her for not writing. She also shares news from Charleston, including the news that her daughter Ellen has returned to Montpelier Institute, a school for girls in Georgia run by Bishop Stephen Elliott. She also informs her mother that they have met a distant cousin, a Dr. Borland, a sugar planter who lives in Louisiana.
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033. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- October 16, 1849
033. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- October 16, 1849 A letter from Mary Wilkinson Memminger to her mother, in which she talks about her excitement about her upcoming visit home.
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032. Anna Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- May 23, 1828
032. Anna Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- May 23, 1828 Anna Wilkinson writes to her mother after spending a week on laudanum to relieve her pain. She discusses the recent death of a child in the Belin family. Another person writes a note at the end of the letter, and corrects the date.
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031. Anna Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- May 6, 1828
031. Anna Wilkinson to Eleanora Wilkinson -- May 6, 1828 Anna Wilkinson writes to her mother concerning her mother's offer to come stay with her during her illness. Anna says that she is welcome to stay with her, but that the room is warm so her mother may be more comfortable staying at her own house. She also mentions a way to use quicksilver to keep away bugs.
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030. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 13, 1847
030. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 13, 1847 A letter from Mary Wilkinson Memminger to her mother. She mentions Stanna's [Anna Wilkinson's] trouble with her foot, and describes her daily afternoon ritual with her children, including sitting on the piazza and having tea. She also describes some health problems her daughter Ellen has been suffering.
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029. Virginia Wilkinson Belin to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 5, 1847
029. Virginia Wilkinson Belin to Eleanora Wilkinson -- July 5, 1847 Letter from Virginia Wilkinson Belin to her mother. She talks of taking her daughters, Hess and Ginger (Jinny), to their cousin Johnny's birthday party, where there was iced cream and cake.
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028. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- April 9, 1847
028. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- April 9, 1847 In this letter from Mary Wilkinson Memminger to her mother, Eleanora Wilkinson, Mary shares news from Charleston. She discusses two deaf-mute children who came to stay with her on their way to an institute in Hartford.
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027. Virginia Belin to Eleanora Wilkinson -- February 4, 1845
027. Virginia Belin to Eleanora Wilkinson -- February 4, 1845 A letter from Virginia Wilkinson Belin at Sandy Knowe plantation to her mother, Eleanora Wilkinson. She shares some news of nearby Friendfield plantation, where 10 slaves ran away.
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026. Virginia Belin to Eleanora Wilkinson -- May 13, 1843
026. Virginia Belin to Eleanora Wilkinson -- May 13, 1843 A letter from Virginia Wilkinson Belin at Sandy Knowe plantation to her mother, Eleanora Wilkinson. She informs her mother that she will be visiting in the next 2 weeks, and asks her to prepare her room with camphor to keep the bugs away. She also says that she will be sending a puppy named Rollo a few days ahead of her.
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025. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- May 28, 1842
025. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Eleanora Wilkinson -- May 28, 1842 A letter from Mary Wilkinson Memminger to her mother. She writes that she enjoys the country living in Rock Hill. She also remarks on her sister Virginia's recent marriage to Mr. Belin.
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024. William Wilkinson to Dr. Willis Wilkinson -- February 19th, 1840
024. William Wilkinson to Dr. Willis Wilkinson -- February 19th, 1840 Letter written by William Wilkinson to his father. He writes from school, reflecting that if he had studied more he could have entered the freshman class. He assures his father that it is warm enough to not need a cloak.
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023. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Anna Wilkinson -- [July?] 27, 1837
023. Mary Wilkinson Memminger to Anna Wilkinson -- [July?] 27, 1837 A letter from Mary Wilkinson Memminger to "Stanner" - Anna Bella Wilkinson, her sister. She writes from Greenville, thanking Anna for writing, as hers was the first letter from home she had received. She talks of visiting neighbors, and talks about her children.
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