Three early 1800s letters pertaining to the Hathorn family of Midcoast Maine:
- undated, but early 1800s, letter from sister Lucinda, who was presumably Lucinda Hathorn (1796-1876) who would marry Joshua Cornish; to Lucinda's sister Naamah, who was presumably Naamah Kendall (Hathorn) Hathorn (1788-1875), wife of Seth Hathorn (1783-1865). Newsy letter.
- 1832 letter from Ira Chamberlain (1793-1890) and wife Ruth (Hathorn) Chamberlain (1801-1884) in Bangor, Maine, to Seth Hathorn (1783-1865 in Woolwich, Maine. Newsy letter - Ira and Ruth have become more religious of late. Seth's son Warren Hathorne (1798-1898) is with them and attending school and learning a trade.
- 1835 letter from Ira Chamberlain (1793-1890) in Bangor, Maine, to Seth Hathorn (1783-1865) in Woolwich, Maine - sorry to hear that Seth is so fatigued; hope that Seth's son Warren Hathorne (1798-1898) will soon be well enough to help him.
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