|Title:||Annie Hagan, Coracrow, To Mary Hagan.|
|Collection||Irish Emigration Database|
|Source||Donated & Copyright Retained by Mrs. Margaret McGinty, 1 Ardgannon, Quarry Lane, Dungannon.|
|Archive||The Ulster American Folk Park.|
|Log||Document added by LT, 25:06:97.|
I got a pleasing
surprise Willie called this
morning on his way to where
his Son is living no letter
from James yet. I cannot
attempt to name how I felt
hearing about Joseph Hart
I was dreaming about him
different night [Juerans?]
Edward Mooney was at home
last week he came on
Saturday weak [week?] went back
to a new Situation on Monday
I am quite well
are all the same
[Enclosed with letter is the following Memory Card]
"Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted."
- St. MATT. v., 5.
[Sign of the Cross]
OF YOUR CHARITY
Pray for the Soul of
DIED APRIL 7th, 1895.
Aged 62 Years.
LET US PRAY
Absolve, we beseech Thee O Lord, the soul of Thy
servant Mary, that being dead to this world, she
may live to Thee; and whatever sins she has committed
through human frailty, do Thou wipe away by the
pardon of Thy most merciful Goodness. Amen.
We have loved her during life; let us not abandon
her until we have conducted her by our prayers,
into the house of the Lord. - St. AMBROSE.