BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 1841 POSTAL HISTORY STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER FROM PROMINENT MERCHANT ABRAHAM LOWE TO FOXCROFT MAINE

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Year: 

1841
Massachusetts

Interesting note from Abraham Lowe. Charles Chandler, of Foxcroft has collected $60 for Lowe and is unable to send a check because of surcharges.  Lowe suggests he send cash...$50 and $10 bills...and to enclose them in front of the local postmaster.  He also encourages him to "collect the balance as soon as you can".   Foxcroft is now a dead post office. Clean cover in good condition.

Abraham Thompson Lowe - b. 15 August 1796.Abraham Thompson Lowe|b. 15 Aug 1796|p1010.htm#i14769|Dr. Abraham Lowe|b. 1755\nd. 23 Oct 1834|p1010.htm#i13029|Charlotte Hale|b. 30 Dec 1766\nd. 5 May 1841|p685.htm#i13028|||||||Nathan Hale|b. 23 Sep 1743\nd. 23 Sep 1780|p728.htm#i12141|Abigail Grout|b. 23 Mar 1745\nd. 14 Sep 1838|p660.htm#i12142| Father: Dr. Abraham Lowe b. 1755, d. 23 Oct 1834. Mother: Charlotte Hale b. 30 Dec 1766, d. 5 May 1841. Abraham Thompson Lowe was born on 15 August 1796 in Ashburnham, Worcester County, Massachusetts. Abraham Thompson Lowe was graduated in 1816 from Dartmouth College, with his M. D. degree. He early abandoned the active practice of his profession and entered the wholesale drug business in Boston, which he followed for many years under the firm of Lowe & Reed. He married Emma (Burr) Gould. His three successive wives were sisters…Susan (Burr) Gould was his second wife; Eliza Butler Burr was his third wife.

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