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Letters

Letters To Reverend Daniel Hitt

The Letters of Daniel Hitt is a collection of 335 letters written from 1788 to 1806 by about 100 persons to Daniel Hitt (1770-1825), a Methodist preacher. In 1788 he was thinking of the ministry; in 1790 he was admitted; in 1807 he became a travelling companion of Bishop Francis Asbury; and in 1808 book editor. He was a son of Herman Hitt (b. 1722) of Fauquier Co., Virginia - Fairfax Circuit (see Asbury's Journal 1808)

Letters of Charles Otto Henthorn

Charles Otto Henthorn of Lacon, Illinois was a member of Co. D, 77th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War. Apparently he corresponded with a number of family members during the time of his service. Thirteen of the letters (more than 45 pages), written during the period of 5 Oct 1862 to 18 Sep 1864 survived and were donated to the Schoff Civil War Collections of the William L. Clements Library at The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. Twelve of the letters were written by Charles Otto Henthorn to family members and one was written by his father, Nelson George (N.G.) Henthorn, to the brother of Charles, George Henthorn.

Letter from Donald R. Henthorn

Donald R. Henthorn is the founder and president of BendPak. This is a link to a letter he wrote on the website of his company.