aughters-in-law, whose husbands have both fallen near me here.
There is also another widow, Mrs. Thompson, whose husband fell here.
Whether she is a mother or not I cannot say. All these, my wife i hearts.
Direct to Mary A. Brown, wife of John Brown.
There is also another, a widow, wife of Thompson, who fell with my poor boys in the affair at Harper's Ferry, at the same place.
I do not feence, as I shall remit the same to you by a safe conveyance.
If I had a plain statement from .Mr. Thompson of the state of my accounts, with the estate of my father, I should then better know what to say about that matter.
As it is, I have not the least memorandum left me to refer to. If Mr. Thompson will make me a statement, and charge my dividend fully for his trouble, I would be greatly obligey father's estate, as an offset to the first two cases above named.
I give to my daughter Ruth Thompson my large old Bible, containing the family record.
I give to each of my sons, and to each