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Title: James White, [Place?] to Mary White, [Place?]
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileWhite, James/9
SenderWhite, James
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationfarmer
Sender Religionunknown
RecipientWhite, Mary
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceDonated by Mary E Douglas, Derrybeg House, Limavady, County Londonderry.
ArchiveThe Ulster American Folk Park.
Doc. No.9312129
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogAction By Date Document added by C.R., 10:12:1993.
Word Count245
TranscriptDear Wife I would be glad how soon you could land as I now
so enjoy the real benefit of what I have for your care as I
have give four of my cows to Robert this fall for their
milk which I suppose would be useful to you and family as has
seven yet. I add no more but remember me to all my friends and
old neighbours as I remain your affectionate husband until
Mrs Mary White James White.

N.B. When Joseph Procter comes ashore let him enquire for
Samuel Robinson, Merchant who can give him information where
Capt. [Captain?] Jonathan Beatty lives in York Ville South
Carolina When Joseph Procter writes let him direct it to Capt
[Captain?] Jonathan Beatty York Ville So [South?] Carolina as
John Brown of Wilks County North Carolina has gone to the
Western County-
I have wrote two letters one to Cowzen [Cousin?] James White
& one to John Miller & received no answer I would like an answer
from each and let me know if Presbyterian Clergy have took
the black ground.
James White

Please to let William Cearns of Gristeel Know that his Father
William Cearns is well.

Enquire for Saml [Samuel?] & Geo [George?] Robinson Mechts
[Merchants?] King Street Charleston
Wm. [William?] Mcafee Recd [Recieved?] a letter dated March
Last from Joseph Procter which give a full Acct [Account?] of
your situation & I feel trubouled [troubled?] on a/c [account?]
of your Fears