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Letter of John and Mary Ashlin, 1711/1712 Jan. 4.

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Abstract

Contains a letter from Joseph & Mary Ashlin, London, to their son Joseph Ashlin living in the freshes of Munkear on the York River regarding their health and financial troubles. They also write regarding his sister and her family. Finally, they mention that they have sent his wife a pewter dish, plates, and other small things.