William Gray Correspondence to Elizabeth Elliott, 1852 January 31

Title

William Gray Correspondence to Elizabeth Elliott, 1852 January 31

Subject

Plantations--America--Management--History.
Debtor and creditor--Virginia.

Description

A letter from William Gray to his aunt, Elizabeth Elliott, in which he says that Mr. Goo(d)wynn does not have the money he owes.

Creator

Gray, William B.
Elliott, Elizabeth G.

Publisher

Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Date

1852 January 31

Format

jpeg

Language

Eng

Type

Text

Identifier

MS1989.25.74

Text

Page 1

Jenuary 31st, 1852

Dear Aunt

I hav written you a few
lines to inform you that I hav seen
Mr Goowynn and he has not got the money
but will get it as soon as he can for you he
dos not no exactly the time when he will hav it.
I will se him again shortly and will let you
hear from me again, we are all weell and I am in
hops this will find you injoying the same
Ella and Betty Joins me in love to you
You must come down as soon as you can

Yours as ever

Wm B. Gray
Woodlune

Page 2

K P Elliott's
Will
Copy

Mrs Elizabeth G. Elliott
Goosleys

Original Format

Ink on paper

Citation

Gray, William B. and Elliott, Elizabeth G. , “William Gray Correspondence to Elizabeth Elliott, 1852 January 31,” John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, accessed February 26, 2021, https://rocklib.omeka.net/items/show/869.