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Lownds, Conty, Ga January the 31st 1855
I receve your letter the first day
of this month but delayed in writing for this reason I thought Hardy woul write
to me as soon as he moved but as he has not I will now write all thaugh I have
no nuse we are all well with the exception of Sister Anns baby has bin quite
sick but is better I havent heard from Turner in some time the last letter I
got from him he wrotes of October he
stated that the baby was dead and Lou and Monk ware both sick I wrote to him but
have got no answer yet. I have wrote to
him and Lue again to day. Hardy I am
about thirty dollars indet hear and I dont now how to get out. I have bin trying to get a school but I don’t
think I will succeed I there fore want to ask afavor of you it is avery
unreasonable favor I now but still I must ask it and hope you will except of it
if it is in your power I want you to send me thirty dollars if you can spare
that much and if not that much what you can spare if you will I will send you
my note as soon as I git it send it as soon as possible and you will oblige
your sister and friend do dont mention it to Brother William or John when I get
out of det I think I will sta out for it is a scrape I dont like to be in do
Hardy send it if you can posibley spare it I will pay it back. is
still with you. write soon the money is all [---] now and I
dont now what to do there has bin severel deaths about hear last week and this
togother som with the Tyford Fever an the others I don’t know what disease they
died with. we have got verry cold
weather heare this weeake it look yesterday an to day like it intended to snow
but I believe it will fail. Malvinan
dont lel Brothe W. an John see this letter fore they will scold me so much for
getinng indet. kiss little Gorge fore
me. Malvina remember me remember one
that loves you well better fore that tongue can tell
I remain your sister
Fannie A. Bryan
[Transcribed by Stacy Bryant, June
[Edited by Tina Bernath, June 2006]