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LETTERS

 

To REUBEN ALESHIRE
   October 20, 1874 - Lexington, Kentucky
   October 30, 1874 - Lexington, Kentucky
   November 15, 1874 - Lexington, Kentucky

To MARGARET SHEPARD ALESHIRE
   November 3, 1863 - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   November 13, 1863 - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   February 28, 1864 - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   May 17, 1865 - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   September 27, __ - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   September 4, 1872 - Gallipolis, Ohio
   September 15, 1872 - Gallipolis, Ohio
   August 14, 1874, Gallipolis, Ohio
   September 24, 1874, Lexington, Kentucky
   November 3, 1874, Lexington, Kentucky

To REUBEN and MARGARET SHEPARD ALESHIRE
   March 13, 1864 - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   March 20, 1864 - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   January 14, 1866 - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   February 21, 1870 - Parkersburg, West Virginia

To JOSEPH P. ALESHIRE
   9 June 1878 - Gallipolis, Ohio
   16 June 1878 - Gallipolis, Ohio
   17 June [1878 - Gallipolis, Ohio]

To JAMES ALESHIRE
   [15 November 1863 - Gallipolis, Ohio]

To UNIDENTIFIED BROTHERS
   September 6, 1863 - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   June 6, 1865 - Ohio Female College, College Hill, Ohio
   October 27, 1867 - Gallipolis, Ohio
   January 1, 1868 - Gallipolis, Ohio
   February 27, 1880 - "Home" [Gallipolis, Ohio]
   March 16, 1880 - Gallipolis, Ohio
   July 23, 1880 - Gallipolis, Ohio
   July 27, 1880 - Gallipolis, Ohio

   
     Mary Aleshire was born March 30, 1849.
   A number of her letters were written while she attended the Ohio Female College in Pleasant Hill, Ohio, a small community near Cincinnati. The school opened in 1846 and closed in 1872.

   

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