John William Shepard letter
Four-page letter from John William Shepard in Gilmanton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher with an account of the wonderful religious revival in Gilmanton.
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Thomas Adams Jr. of Gilmanton, NH, Misses Burns of Gilmanton, NH, Thomas Burns (1767-1831), Nathan Crosby (1798-1885), Mrs. Deborah (Greely) Eastman i.e. Mrs. Ebenezer Eastman, Ebenzer Eastman (1777-), Maria French of Gilmanton, New Hampshire, Mrs. Gale of Gilmanton, NH, Mrs. Francis (Coffin) Moody i.e. Mrs. Stephen Moody (1773-1858), Misses Moody of Gilmanton, NH, Mrs. Cynthia (Parrish) Prescott i.e. Mrs. William Prescott, Eliza Peaslee of Gilmanton, NH, Mrs. Parrish of Gilmanton, NH, William Prescott (1788-1875), Mrs. Eliza (Burns) Shepard i.e. Mrs. John Shepard, Mrs. Stratton, Mrs. Anne Greely (Burns) Warner i.e. Mrs. Aaron Warner
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