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Title: William Hay, Liverpool, to "Dear Mr Smith"
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileHay, William/9
SenderHay, William
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationpolice officer
Sender Religionunknown
OriginLiverpool, England
DestinationCastledamph, Co. Tyrone, N.Ireland
RecipientSmyth, John J.
Recipient Gendermale
SourceCopyright Retained by Mr & Mrs J Smyth, Castledamph, Plumbridge, Co Tyrone, castledamph@btinternet.com
ArchiveMr & Mrs J Smyth, Castledamph, Plumbridge.
Doc. No.405011
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 03:06:2004.
Word Count202
Transcript[No Envelope]

[Page 1]
51 Bute St

April 4th 1895

Dear Mr Smith [Smyth?]
a line or two to let
you know that we are all
well here at present hoping
that you are all the same
Dear Smith thos [Thomas?] will
leave here on thursday
11th about 10pm by lime
Street Railway for Holy Head
Dear Mr Smith if you

[Page 2]
could meet them at
Newtownstewart as
I find you had all
the truble [trouble?] with [bet?] &
[John?] as well you had with
me I am not writing to
Eden Fore [for?] I know it is
a bad time as you will be
Sowing oats rite [write?] and
let me know as the [they?] can
take a car from Newtownstewart
to Castledamph

[Page 3]
I hope Mrs and family
is all in good health
Hoping all my friends
[is?] well we had a letter
from Bob yesterday also
one from Miss Gilkinson

No more at present
from William Hay
To his Brother JJ Smith
Write soon

[Page 4]
We had a great Day on Sunday last
two Orang [Orange?] Bands Marched through
the town and went to Church the Young
Ladies Band was Splendid there was about
One Hundred strong all in full
Marching Order there was about nine
Hundred all together
Wm [William?] Hay

Transcribed by Gordon Drummond