W. H. Moise commences his letter by scolding his nephew for not cashing a check that he had been sent to him. W. H. Moise begins the family saga in early 1885, when he joined his siblings Harry, Dor [Theodore], and Corinne in Montgomery, Alabama, and began an effort to find out which court their father, Edwin Warren Moise (b. 1810), had presided in during the Civil War.
Result found on the following page of: Letters from Warren Hubert Moise to Edwin Warren Moise, August 13, 1934
Warren Hubert Moise writes how pleased he is to hear that his nephew Edwin Warren Moise’s daughter, "Marion Jr.," has received a good school report, and he requests permission to refer to her as "Little Lady … a Pet name that is very dear to me."
Result found on the following page of: Sandy Island Plantation Journal, Volume 1, 1792