Thursday, March 3, 2016

Letters From Libby


Elizabeth "Libby" Jane Curtis Wright


My husband's 3rd great-grandmother

This letter was in the care of the Arthur Wright family and sent to her daughter-in-love Mayme.

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Thank you for reading.

Kiki Nakita

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Unknown said...

I have Wright relatives who lived in Norton, Kansas, about the same time. I wonder if there is any connection.
Katherine Hughes

Kiki Nakita said...


We're from the James Wright and Mary Davis line.


Stacey said...

How neat, Kiki. My aunt (dad's sister) is married into the Wright family. I have no idea the lineage but this is very interesting.

I'm so glad you shared with us at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. Your blog is really pretty and I love the special touches and stories you are sharing.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a wonderful photo and letter! These are no doubt precious treasures in your family. Thank you for sharing and also for your visit. Hope you're having a lovely day.


craftyles said...

What a lovely hand written letter and photo. I have a few letters like that from a relative and they are precious to me. Loved seeing this.

Decor To Adore said...

I adore how your family has taken care of such precious stories and mementos. Thank you ever so much for linking up at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. Your presence adds such a ray of sunshine!

Neva Adams said...

Very enjoyable read. I like your blog.

Anne's Attic - Design said...

Thank you for sharing at SYC! Jo

Art and Sand said...

I love old family treasures like this. And, I am amazed at how different penmanship was in the past.

Thanks for sharing at SYC.

Janice Webster Brown said...

It is always fun to read a "newsy" woman's letter to see what sort of things interest her. Thank you for sharing this one.

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

What a treasure to have this letter. I love anything like this that helps you know more of what the person was like! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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