Letter from Jacky M. Bradley to James B. Finley

Publication Year:
1836

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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.owu.edu/finley-letters/332
Author(s):
Bradley, Jacky M.
Tags:
Miscellaneous Mission Letters; Finley Family Letters -- Nephew; Slavery; Miscellaneous Mission Letters; Finley Family Letters -- Nephew; Slavery
artifact description
Jacky has moved to a new circuit. He is pained by the fact that his wife Susan and their children are 300 miles away, and it will be awhile before they can move to be with him. He tells of the success of the slave missions to which some plantation owners have donated as much as $150.00. A list of brothers elected as delegates to General Conference is given. The writer mentions the good health and liveliness of his son, James Finley Bradley. He again urges Finley to write and visit him if possible. Abstract Number - 845