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Title: Mary, [Hall?], Little Britain, to Sam Hall, Sandy Hook.
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileHall, Mary/44
SenderHall, Mary
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginLittle Britain, New York, USA
Destination27th Regt. Infy. Sandy Hook, Conn., USA
RecipientHall, Sam
Recipient Gendermale
SourceEleanor Hallfreese, 12 Brigthton St, Rochester, New York 14607, U.S.A.
ArchiveUlster American Folk Park, Omagh
Doc. No.9510173
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 26:10:95.
Word Count176
Transcript[Addressed to]

Lieut. [Lieutenant?] Saml. [Samuel?] Hall
27th Regt. [Regiment?] Infy [Infantry?]
Sandy [Hook?]

Care of Mr Hatfield
White Hall

Little Britain March 4th 1815

My Dear Sammy I received your kind letter of
the twenty second last monday in which
I was glad to hear of you [your?] good luck in finding
your trunk - and likewise Congratulate much with
Jr [Junior?] and Mary with their young son and hope it will
be your good fortune before long however we must hope
for the best now - I wrote to you last week by Morrow
he returned a wednesday and today starts for New York again
and that affords me another opportunity of writing. He expect
[expects?] to leave York [New York?] a [on?] wednesday next
for home and if you could see him before
then it would be a good opportunity for you to write to your
Father. I have no piticular [particular?] news since my last
we are all well I think will be soon now, however with my
opportunity you have to scheer [cheer?] up those spirts which
is very often at a low ebb Morrow is waiting therefore my
excuse blunderd [blundered?] Dear farewell yours Mary