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Letter from David Pendleton Oakerhater to Mrs Mary Burnham
November 24, 1880

Page 1 of letter from David Pendleton Oakerhater to Mrs Mary Burnham dated 24 November 1880

Paris Hill N Y
Nov 24th 1880

My Dear House Mother

      To day
in the heet of day I am
very much pleased to received
and very quite Delighted
Your very welcome letter
also You make me very
feel happy in My health
tell me about that my
Dear little boy because I am
very glad with Good news
the Same day I Shall to
write to you and answer
your letter ever So much
obliged to you this time
every day I am going very
violently Study with in my
lesson great many hard

Page 2 of letter from David Pendleton Oakerhater to Mrs Mary Burnham dated 24 November 1880

Page 2

words I don't know Some
I try learn to reading with
Bible and Prayer in the
afternoon no School Mr
Wicks go way down to
Clinton and also that
day I am made glad
to hear from Mrs Lucy
D Miles I will Send to
you that letter what
She Said about it and
Show Yourself read the
letter to day do not
very much pleased with
weather Just look like
Snow flake I thinking about
that My Dear friend Miss
Emma very Soon She well
very lonesome because She
not to See him friend Mr
C H Addington and also
both little feel pensive

Page 3 of letter from David Pendleton Oakerhater to Mrs Mary Burnham dated 24 November 1880

Page 3

Dear House Mother Excuse
this write I Send Short
letter I Shall to have
close write remember me
all sisters I Send kind
regard to all Good bye

from Your loving friend

David Pendleton

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