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Title: E. Megaw, [?], to [Annie Weir?] [?]
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileMegaw, E/35
SenderMegaw, E.
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationfarmer
Sender Religionunknown
OriginSouthfield, Michigan, USA
DestinationPontiac, Michigan, USA
RecipientWeir, Annie
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceCopyright Retained By Mrs Linda Weir, Tirmacspird, Lack, Co. Fermanagh, BT93 OSA
ArchiveThe Ulster American Folk Park
Doc. No.9906120
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 23:06:99.
Word Count314
TranscriptJuly th 5 1890

Dear frend [friend?] you will be
thinkn [thinking?] i [I?] am not goin
[going?] to ancer [answer?] your welcom
[welcome?] letter well i [I?] have been so
bissey [busy?] this [these?] last to [two?]
weeks i [I?] could not find time
We are all well at presant [present?]
thank god for all his goodns [goodness?]
towards us i [I?] hope you are
well i [I?] was sick aboute [about?] the
time Bella went to Ireland
there was for a week i [I?] could
not sit nor lie in bed but
i am better the heat has
been aful [awful?] it Cold now (sic)
i wood [would?] a [have?] licked [liked?]
Bella could a [have?] maid [made?] a coll
[call?] but i [I?] sepose [suppose?] that
time wood [wood?] not alow [allow?] her she
will have a good time of it
anney [Annie?] if you were down you
wood [would?]) get all the berrys [berries?] you
could pick i [I?] never seen
as maney [many?] and few to pick
them we are goin [going?] up to
Pontack [Pontiac?] after harvest
i [I?] think to get the childrens pictures
taken Mr Bell no better he
might not live long the [they?]
have a girl now [but?] on
hired man Mrs Jackson
is well ant [aunt?] Marey [Mary?] Estat
[estate?] is all settle [settled?] and there
[their?] money is all for them
in Whiteheads, so i [I?] don't
know wheth [whether?] there will (sic)
any more law or not
Dear anne i [I?] may let
you know that wile [Willie?]
came down on Saturd [Saturday?]
on some busins [business?] so
he told me that he
was goin [going?] up to see you
on Tusday [Tuesday?] as he is goin [going?]
a way [away?] on Wednst [Wednesday?]
moring [morning?]
he will go up on the
noon train

so i [I?] close with
love from us all
E. Megaw