Addressed: To Mr. Thomas Maffett Hanover township Thomas Maffet of Canetucky, December the 11th 1787 April 21, 1786 Legagowan 1786 Dear Sir I Received yours bearing date Sept 30 1785 which gave me great I might here enlarge but and mention some of the affairs of our You will please to remember me to your Brothers William and David Your humble Servant James MKelver Legygowau (?) Aprile 28th 1790 Loving brothers the alterations in our famely have been great Sinc I Sisters Mary and Jannet got better our father began then to complain Scandles actions and at his death in Makeing a very unjust will he When Mr birch came our father was very unfit to Settle his afears Dear brothers if these few lines come to your hands do not moren as Dear brothers i beg that you will neglect no opertunety of letting Smuel Maffet Addressed to Mr. William Moffet on Howards Creek in Fiat County and. Thomas was born at Ireland circa 1767. He was the son of JamesMaffet and JaneBigham. Thomas died circa 1793 at Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky.