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This is the first time William has communicated with his Uncle James by way of a letter. Some months ago, he decided to change his location, so he moved further west. The land is good and he can make money. William believes that if his health holds up he will be able to buy a farm in a few years. He discusses the subject of matrimony. Abstract Number - 973
Flat Rock, IN
Finley Family Letters -- Nephew
Finley, William M., "Letter from William M. Finley to James B. Finley" (1838). Finley Letters. 958.