MULTIPLE TRANSCRIBED LETTERS from Wiseman, Bell and Ware families – a couple deal with William W Goyen

MULTIPLE TRANSCRIBED LETTERS from Wiseman, Bell and Ware families – a couple deal with William W Goyen (Goings)

1) I G Bell letter to William R. Wiseman – (pg 58 in Dropbox – HRC info) – dated March 18, 1854 from Starkville, Mississippi
– says “Goings has bought Joe Valentine’s place. He gave 600 dollars and Joe bought Dr. Watt’s place. He gave a thousand dollars for it.”

2) H B Ware (Hugh Bell Ware) to his aunt I E Wiseman, (pg 65 in Dropbox – HRC info) – dated October 1864 from Starkville, Mississippi
– says “Mr Goings was killed on the 10th of June in an engagement in the northern part of the state. Aunt Sallie has 4 children the youngest nearly 3 years old. She is keeping house and getting on finely.”

(The following is part of Nan Hoos info she sent in Dropbox)
“Advising of death of Hugh Bell on Sept 14th, 1864 of appoplectic illness, lived four of appoplectic illness, lived four ho . . .

Arch Miller is at home and has been since the fall of Vicksburg, paroled and never been exchanged, You heard , of course, that Mr. Goings was killed the 10th of June, 1864 in an engagement (Battle of Brice’s Cross Roads) in the Northern part of the State. Aunt Sallie (Sarah) has four children the youngest nearly three years old. Brother Thomas (Ware?-cut off) is in the Army in Georgia.

Yours H. Bell Ware. ”

ADDED TO THIS LETTER IS A NOTE as follows:
as follows:

“As Bell has left room to write I am going to test the validity of our old Father’s Will. I wish to know if you want the Will contested.
Miller and John are in favor of setting the Will aside.
James is all I have to contend with.
Sarah is willing to do anything.
Billy is in the Army in Virginia and I can’ t hear from him yet.
I can’t say any more as I have to meet John in town.

Signed – F. A. Ware.”

LETTER from James W. Bell to Elizabeth Wiseman – from Starkville, Miss, Dated March 5, 1865.
– talks about how “father made his will”.
– “He left everything to John, Mary, Sarah and myself.”
– goes on to describe dischord with the Ware family over the will.

Frank A Ware and E J Ware letter to Elizabeth Wiseman May 1857 transcript only

Frank Ware and I J Ware letter to I E Wiseman Nov 1861

Henrieta Suzannah Bell letter to W Wiseman in Aug 1852 transcript only

Hugh and Martha Bell letter to Elizabeth Wiseman in Nov 1860 transcript only

Hugh Bell and Frank Asbury Ware letter to I E Wiseman in October 1864 transcript only

Hugh Bell letter to Elizabeth Wiseman and William Wiseman in Dec 1855 transcript only

I G Bell and Suzannah Bell letter to William Wiseman in March 1854 transcript only p1

I G Bell and Suzannah Bell letter to William Wiseman in March 1854 transcript only p2

James O Wiseman to I E Wiseman in Nov 1864

James W Bell to Elizabeth Wiseman in March 4 1865 transcript only

Letters in 1865 re Hugh Bell will and contesting it if necessary

McDowell letter to Eliz and W Wiseman in March 1852 transcript only

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S P Wiseman to W R Wiseman Oct 5 1873 transcript only

Wm and MM Bell letter to William Wiseman in Nov 1853 transcript only

 

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