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Title: A.G.Wilson, [Maryville?] to G Kirkpatrick, Ballymena
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileWilson, Abraham G/15
SenderWilson, Abraham George
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
DestinationBallymena, Co. Antrim, N.Ireland
RecipientRev. George Kirkpatrick
Recipient Gendermale
SourceD 1604/716: Presented by Rev. Robert Kirkpatrick, Breezemount, The Roddens, Larne, County Antrim.
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
Doc. No.9012019
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogAction By Date Document added by B.W. 06:12:1993
Word Count278
TranscriptTo: Revd George Kirkpatrick
Ahoghill Glebe

Bells Quar [Quarter?] [?] 31 Aug [18?]41

My dear friend
I have made several calls
on Bell and have only found him at
home today, he i- [is?] prepared to accept
your offer and forwards by Hardy the
carman the various articles to be with
you in the morning.
Johnson has the window stool and
the lettering for the School House all
ready and puts the Capitol [Capital?] in hand
immediately. I left your message at
Porter & McMeckands; securing the
five stone chimney pieces 1.2.6 and the
Black on at 3.15.0, you said
something about the Door column & at
his place for the Better Bedroom but
I think your mind was not quite made
up write me if you wish for it?

I am happy when you and your dear
boys were nothing the worse of the [night?], we
felt uncomfortable all the evening ab--t [about?]
you. it must not prevent Mrs K allowing
them to come again when there will
be more time to see the wonders of
Belfast an [and?] great things they have got
a vast deal of light from the visit
it must have been very wearisome to
them however

I am happy to say we are well here
and all looking for your return at
the visitate in or the 23rd I think
you said, and that occurs on Tuesday
is it not, If anything would move Mrs K
to come along with you I can assure
you it would give extraorinay [extraordinary?]
Satisfaction to us all
my affection

Ab Geo [Abraham George?] Wilson

Two plumbers leave this tomorrow Ev----g [Evening?] to
be with you on thursday and Bell himself
is with you on Friday next.
A. G. W. [Abraham George Wilson?]