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Title: Moses Staunton, Belfast, to His Mother in Glasgow.
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileStaunton, Moses/23
SenderStaunton, Moses
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender ReligionProtestant
OriginBelfast, N.Ireland
DestinationGlasgow, Scotland
RecipientMrs Staunton
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceT 2035/7: Copied by Permission of Dr.E.R.R. Green, History Dept. Univ. of Manchester, Manchester 13. #TYPE LET Moses Staunton, Belfast to His Mother in Glasgow, 28 August 1844.
ArchivePublic Record Office, N. Ireland
Doc. No.8912006
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
Log02:01:1990 LT created 12:06:1990 IH input 14:06:19
Word Count168
TranscriptMrs Staunton
Calvi[dock?] [printworks?]
Near Glasgow

Belfast Augt [August?] 28 1844

Dear Mother
I was hoping to have seen you over here last year but was
dissapointed [disappointed?] I am sorry to hear that you are in bad health
from pains Keep them warm for I dont hear of any thing [anything?] so good
for Rheumatisms I hope you are Getting better by this it is not likely that
I can Get over this year but if it is possible it will be in 4 or 5 weeks
at farthest dont be in want of any thing [anything?] for thank God if I
have trouble I have not poverty to press along with the rest If I do not
come I will remit you about that time wishing you the consolations arising
from the sense of being in union with the head ever Christ of whom I can
truly say I feel sustaind [sustained?] and as my day is so shall my & your
strength be if we hold fast and [?] I am & Mother [?] Affectioneately
Moses Staunton