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Mrs. Hayes writes to Weller to say "it is with great pleasher that I write to you that we are dissatifide of your all children they dont suit me and we want to send them back." She asks for Weller to answer the letter immediately so that she can send…

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Mrs. Hayes writes to Weller to say "it is with great pleasher that I write to you that we are dissatifide of your all children they dont suit me and we want to send them back." She asks for Weller to answer the letter immediately so that she can send…

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Mrs. Hayes writes to Weller to say "it is with great pleasher that I write to you that we are dissatifide of your all children they dont suit me and we want to send them back." She asks for Weller to answer the letter immediately so that she can send…

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H. M. Saunders writes to the Home in response to another letter, and states that he and his wife have decided to "take little Henry Sexton by Apprenticeship," and adds that it is likely that they will adopt him later on. He adds that there is an…

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Daniel Hays writes to Weller regarding the bonds for two children signed by his mother. He asks Weller to send Earps and Hart the 23rd on the train from Louisville to Paducah at 8:40AM (arrives at 5:50PM). Letter marked Bardwell, KY.

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H. M. Saunders writes to the Home in response to another letter, and states that he and his wife have decided to "take little Henry Sexton by Apprenticeship," and adds that it is likely that they will adopt him later on. He adds that there is an…

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Lynch writes to the home stating that he has one "little baby girl nearly 19 months old," and that he and his wife wish to "take one by apprentice" between 8 and 9 years old. Letter marked Bardwell, KY. A second letter from Lynch states that he is…

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Lynch writes to the home stating that he has one "little baby girl nearly 19 months old," and that he and his wife wish to "take one by apprentice" between 8 and 9 years old. Letter marked Bardwell, KY. A second letter from Lynch states that he is…

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Lynch writes to the home stating that he has one "little baby girl nearly 19 months old," and that he and his wife wish to "take one by apprentice" between 8 and 9 years old. Letter marked Bardwell, KY. A second letter from Lynch states that he is…

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In an earlier letter, J. H. Black wrote to Weller on behalf of Mr. G. B. Stovall. He asked if a Mrs. Katie C. Garrett "of your place" is coming soon to Bardwell and if she can bring "the child" with her. If not, he asked that the child can be sent to…
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