1889 I hope you are still improving

Monroe, Louisiana January 14, 1889 to Hotel Dieu, New Orleans, Louisiana

William Abram O’Kelly Sr. to his wife Georgiana Van Emburgh O’Kelly

My Darling

We have heard nothing from you since your letter of the 10th. I hope you are still improving.

I took the children to the show yesterday. They enjoyed it a good deal although there was very little to see. It was Sunday but there was a good many people there.

Fred Millsaps* died Saturday night. He has been sick for sometime.

We are all doing tolerable well all join me in sending you love.

Your affectionate husband

William A. O’Kelly

*Thomas Frederick Millsaps b. January 4, 1860 Union, La d. January 13, 1889 West Monroe, Ouachita Parish, La. m. Alice Rebecca Flournoy. He was a cashier of Ouachita National Bank when he died and was buried at the Old City Cemetery.

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