|C. E. Abbott, Fremont, Nebraska to W. E. Baxter, [?].
|Irish Emigration Database
|Abbott, C. E/50
|Freemont, Nebraska, USA
|Baxter, E. W.
|D889/7/1: Deposited by: Messrs Joshua Peel & Son, Solicitors, Armagh.
|The Public Record Office, N. Ireland.
|Document added by LT, 19:12:00.
|TELEPHONE 162. NOTARY PUBLIC.
C. E. ABBOTT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
UNION BLOCK, 513 N. MAIN STREET,
Aug. 24, 1900
Mr. Wm. [William?] E. Baxter,
Your brother, Mr. Adam Baxter,
has had me looking after the matter of the transfer
of the Bank of Ireland stock to your mother, and has
just called at my office with your letter of a
recent date calling attention to the fact that the
transfer had not been made.
Mr. Baxter is perfectly willing to make the
transfer to your mother and would not for the world
embarrass either you or her. All Mr. Baxter asks
is that it be done in such a way that it will not
react on him in the future. Under date of May
16th I wrote Messrs. Joshua E. Peel & Son a letter
suggesting several ways that the transfer could be
made and protect Mr. Baxter. I enclose you herewith
a copy of that letter. We have never received a
reply from the gentlemen.
It seems to me that their [there?] can certainly
be no objection to having the form recite that the
authority of the brokers is limited to transferring
the stock to Mrs. Baxter to sign the power of
attorney that Mr. Peel mailed him and will send us
Mrs. Baxter's receipt for the stock why I will
advise him to sign it.
Mr. Baxter wants to feel satisfied when he
makes the transfer that he is not in danger of
trouble at some future day.
Trusting that this will be sufficiently
explanatory, and that we will be able to get the
entire matter adjusted at an early day, I am,
Very truly yours,
C E Abbott