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Name Sweeney, William A., Jr.
Date of Birth Ca. 1929
Father William A. Sweeney, Sr.
Mother Pearl Wiley
Spouse Billie Gay
Children Janet Sweeney
Steve Sweeney
Places of residence Statesville, NC.
Number of Archives Records 4
Number of Library Records 0
Number of Objects Records 0
Number of Photos Records 0

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Image of Letter - 2015.008.031

Letter - 2015.008.031

Letter, to Mary Wiley Fogleman from Vera Wiley, February 25, 1945. Handwritten, black ink on unlined yellow paper. One page, front and back. Transcription [sic]: Sun. nite / Feb. 25th 1945 / Dear Mary: Well it looks like it is / getting to be a habit, writting, bt as I / don't know about the yarn yet, just thought / I would send you a picture of the bag / to see if you like it, I guess the / pattern will be here some time. I don't / know what size it will be, but if it / is not big enough, thought maybe I / could enlarge on it. Show bessie & Lillie / the picture, & see if they like it. I / have got their hats started, but had to / shop & make 3 Or. baby bootees. / Pearl & Billy ha

Image of Postcard - 2015.008.032

Postcard - 2015.008.032

Postcard, addressed to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fogleman, 619 S. Frederick Street, High Point, NC, from Cora E. Jones Wiley, 616 S. Race St., Statesville, NC, postmarked June 17, 1953, Statesville, NC. Card is of yellow cardstock and has no image on obverse. Transcription of message handwritten on reverse [sic]: Wednesday morning / Dear Mary and / family first a line / to let you know how / we are. Billy taken / Pearl back to Chapel / Hill yesterday the / doctor said she was / doing all right but / Billy was sick as a / dog and vomiting we / called the doctors / about mid night an / he said he was poison / from food they went / out for supper sunday / night, the doctor said / it would take tw

Image of Letter - 2015.008.035

Letter - 2015.008.035

Letter, to Bessie Oldham Wiley from Cora E. Jones Wiley, February 6, 1949. Message handwritten in blue ink. Stationery is off-white, textured, and printed with Bible verse in upper left corner: "Blessed in the man that maketh / the Lord his trust - PS. 40:4". One page. Transcription [sic]: Statesville, N.C. / Feb 6 - 1949 / Dearst Bessie and all, / Your card received and was / glad to hear from you and that / you all got home safe but was sorry / you all could not stay longer. we / enjoyed you alls visit lots. I thought / about you all lots after you left as / it went to snowing we did not have / a big snow. It was right cold last / week but is warmer to night and / has been raing

Image of Letter - 2015.008.036 A-B

Letter - 2015.008.036 A-B

2015.008.036 A: Letter, to Bessie Oldham Wiley from Cora E. Jones Wiley, dated April 24, 1949. Handwritten, blue ink on yellow paper. One page, front and back. 2015.008.036 B: Envelope, yellow paper, postmarked April 25, 1949, Statesville, NC. Addressed to "Mrs. F. A. Wiley / 1016 Albert Street / High Point / N.C." Return address reads "Mrs. Cora E. Wiley / 616 S. Race St. / Statesville, N.C." Transcription [sic]: Statesville, N.C. / April 24 - 1949 / Dear Bessie and Children. / Your card received a few days / ago, and was glad to hear from / you. hope all are well. This leaves / us about as usual. It is right cold / to night we have a fire in the / heater. we had a good rain