Sure - I thought of doing just that but have been out of town for the past two days. Sorry I do not see your surnames.
Well, the letters are all written by the same person living in the Scipio area of Jennings County - which is close to the other towns of Vernon, No. Vernon, Geneva, Queensville, Lucenville, Hardenburg (now Hayden) Six Mile, and Mutton Creek, Sand Creek and Seymour and then Redington in Jackson County.
Surnames mentioned in these letters include:
WILKINS, SPROUT HINCHEY, EASTMAN, TOMS (TOMBS), GREEN, HULSE, BROWN, HUGHES, SNOWDEN, DEAN, MUSTER, JAYNE, DUTCH, TILLMAN, EDMINSTER, JOHNSTON, SUTTEN, WALDORF, CLARK, WILKERSON, FORCE, LUTTRESS, WHITCOMB, MILLS, BEATY, BRITTEN, WHITRAM, GRIFFITH, EVELETH, HOBBS, BURTS, DAY, SMITH, PEABODY, MCCONNEL, POWEL, PRESCOTT, KELLEY, MILLER, WIMPLE OR WHIMPLE, MCGEHANS, ROGERS, HENTONS, SILVER, MAYS, TYLER, STURGES, HARTMAN, GULTRY, BUTLER, SWARTHOUT, FULTON, CONE, MAYNARD, KILDON, WILDERS, MARTIN, CLAPP, RICH, GIVIDENS, BUTTERS, AMICK, HARDERS, KNAPP, WHITE,-THADAMA OR THADENBY, SCHADNEY, FLANIGAN.
Some of these names may have been mis-spelled by the writer
but I have no way of knowing this for sure. Most of the names are mentioned in one sentence statements - haveing to do with area farms and homesteads, illness and deaths and area men enlisting, wounded or deaths in the Civil War.
Will answer any questions I am able to.
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