Susan Teagle to Edwin Teagle, 1830 March 1
Scope and Contents
A letter, dated March 1, 1830, from Susan Teagle, Williamsburg, Virginia, addressed to her son Edwin August Teagle, Portsmouth, Virginia. Susan complains of a severe cough that she fears will turn into “consumption.” She writes that other family members are well, and she tells Edwin that his friend William Sands will be visiting Edwin on this way to New Orleans. She comments on the scarcity and price of butter.
- Creation: 1830 March 1
- From the Collection: Ludwell Paradise, Lucy (Person)
- From the Collection: Lee, James (Person)
- From the Collection: Lee, Philip Ludwell (Person)
- From the Collection: Slater, Virginia Helena Lee (Person)
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From the Collection: 1.25 Linear Feet
From the Sub-Series: English