Of the Green Family from Harpole, Northamptonshire their Ancestors and Relatives

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Letters Frances Green, and others, to Her Brother Abraham Walter in America

 These Letters have been very difficult to read in chronological order.  The original letters can be seen here.but improved images have been inserted at the end of each transcription, where they are available. This story is just a list of links to the transcriptions of letters in date order. After visiting a letter select browser back button to return to this list. Those written by Frances have no description, in the list, but all others do.

I am sure there are many errors in my transcription, if you can improve on my transciptions please let me know.

 

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Letter from Peter and Sarah Grice to Abraham Walter - 8 Feb 1842

Sarah was the daughter of Abraham Walter. She was a cousin of my Great Grandfather George Green.
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Letter from Thomas Mears to his Sister Charlotte - 24 Jan 1860

The brother of my GG Grandmother, Frances Walter, was married to Charlotte Mears. Thomas was Charlotte's brother
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Letter from Thomas Mears to his Brother in Law, Abraham Walter - 9 Nov 1863

The brother of my GG Grandmother, Frances Walter, was married to Charlotte Mears. Thomas was Charlotte's brother.
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Letter Frances Green to Abraham Walter her Brother 26 Nov 1858

Frances Walter married my Great Great Grandfather William Green and had three children William, George (my Great Grandfather) and Elizabeth. Her brother Abraham was in Indiana. and her brother William had been transported to Australia.
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Letter from Thomas Mears to his Niece in America. 19 Jan 1866

Thomas was the brother of Charlotte Walter, the wife of Abraham Walter who was my GG Grandmothers brother
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Letter Sophia Payne to Sister Charlotte Walter 5 March 1848

 Charlotte Walter was the wife of Abraham Walter, brother of my GG Grandmother, Frances Green

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Letter from Edward Brampton to Abraham and Charlotte Walter 14 Sep 1863

Edward was a nephew of Charlotte Walter, the wife of Abraham Walter, the brother of my GG Grandmother Frances Green.
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Letter from Thomas Mears in Kettering to his Sister Charlotte Walter 11 July 1862

Charlotte Walter was the wife of Abraham Walter, brother of my GG Grandmother, Frances Green
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Letter John Smith to His Cousin? Charlotte Walter 21 March 1848

Charlottes Father had three wives, his second wife was widow of Joseph Smith, who had a son, John Smith.
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