John William Shepard letter
Three-page letter from John William Shepard from Gilmanton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher in which he discusses the effects of the religious revival in Gilmanton, and the beneficial influence of Fletcher's recent visit.
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Misses Burns of Gilmanton, NH, Jonathan Curtis (1786-1861), Mrs. Deborah (Greely) Eastman i.e. Mrs. Ebenezer Eastman, Ebenezer Eastman (1777-), Maria French of Gilmanton,NH, Mrs. Gale of Gilmanton, NH, Mrs. Grace Reed (Crosby) Hoyt, i.e Mrs. Enos Hoyt, Mrs. Elizabeth (Badger) Jacobs i.e. Mrs. David Jacobs, Stephen Carr Lyford (1787-1869), Mrs. Maria Leavitt (Burns) Mack i.e. Mrs. Andrew Mack, Miss Moody of Gilmanton, NH, Mrs. Francis (Coffin) Moody (1773-1858) i.e. Mrs. Stephen Moody, Stephen Moody (1767-1842), Rufus Parrish of Gilmanton, NH, Mrs. Peaslee of Gilmanton, NH, Mrs Eliza (Burns) Shepard i.e. Mrs. John William Shepard, Mr. Swain, Mrs. Ann Greely (Burns) Warner i.e. Mrs. Aaron Warner.
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