Letter from DAVID NATHANIEL BREWER to JIM BREWER

Letter from DAVID NATHANIEL BREWER to JIM BREWER. David, born 1850 in Pleasant, Steuben, Indiana, married to Delana Jane Fowler, is a direct line ancestor, son of Daniel Levi Brewer and Catherine Hedden. More on the family can be read here.

Jim, an elder brother by a year, was James Daniel Brewer. He married first Maude Mary Uhlman in 1867 in Catholic Mission, Neosho, Kansas, then Anna Dora Liafe in 1887 in Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas. James Daniel died July 18 1916 in Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas.

The envelope with this letter is addressed to R. J. Henderson, which was Rachel Jane Brewer, their sister, born 1852, was married to Atwell Henderson and also lived in Chautauqua county, Kansas.

Leberal mo July 25 – 1907
Deaer Berother I will
ansureh youre kind and
welcome letter I receive
d Dabefore yesterday
and I cant come now
fore you said you
wert going to stay
very long and youere
better way nexte Day.
Before I got it so I
was afraid to come
for fear you would
Bee gone well Jim
you can get on the car
and come to liberal
we are all here at
liberal and will Bee

pg. 2

for some time If I
(?) you would
Bee there I would come
But you can come
here and see us fore I
way the last well
way wants to know
if there is any
Reaches in Oklahoma
he wants a lot to put
up and he said he
would Buy a lot to
Put up if he could
get them when you
write me tell me a
bout the Reaches
and tell me if you

pg. 3

are coming to liberal
well Jim I will close
for this time hoping
to see an her frome
you soon D N Brwer
to J D Brewer when
you write me write
me to liberal mo

Letter courtesy Nancy Benton. Transcribed by JMK

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