|Date of Birth||–|
|Reference Source||Letter 1821|
|Content||Letter from Mary Steele Henry from Hambrooks. ?Give my love to Mamma..[Mary Nevett Steele] I hope they will find Nancy an acquisition as cook, Mr. Henry dined with them a few days since, and said they had an excellent dinner, and the best cooked he ever eat there, he thought, and we dined there together a few days before when I thought we had a dinner very nicely cooked by Anne, so that|
|Other Notes||Anne appears to be at the Ogle House in Annapolis.|
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