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Title: A. Brown, Co. Donegal, To Audley [Brown?], [U.S.A.?]
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileBrown, Annie/46
SenderBrown, Annie
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginCo. Donegal, Ireland
RecipientBrown, Audley
Recipient Gendermale
SourceCopyright Retained by Margaret Graham Browne, Rathneeny*, Laghy,Co. Donegal. 073-21816. mgtgraham@tinet.ie
ArchiveMargaret Graham Browne
Doc. No.400075
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLTE
LogDocument added by LT, 26:04:00.
Word Count196
Transcript$$H48 Part of the Margaret Graham Browne Catalogue$$H
Rathneeny [Laghy?]

Sept 25/76

My dear Audley
we received your
letter yesterday which we
were glad to get so soon
I hope you will try and get
that money that you said
at self I know you havent [have not?]
it but try Robert for it
it would relieve us very
much to get as soon as you
can for it will be wanting
as soon as it could be
got now you seem to have
a burden of debt on you
[but?] if you can send 12 or
[13?] pounds by return I will
promise to drop the half
of mine or the two part
[if?] need be and I think
Robert has a right to
drop some to [too?] I dont
[don't?] I tend [intend?]
living in Ireland and
if I get what will take
me away at any time
I will not grumble so
I think that should
relieve you and god wil [will?]
bring me round without
it so I hope you will
favourable news in your
next letter try and [send?]
it forsake to get raid [rid?]
them send as quick [as?]
you can no more at
present but remain
your sister A [Annie?] Brown

(* The owner of these documents has informed us that this
townland is spelt "Rathneeny" and that the older spellings of it
are "Roniney" or "Raneny". In the "Index To The Townlands and
Towns, Parishes and Baronies of Ireland" the spelling is