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Title: Robert Wilson, Scotland, to "Dear Friends"
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileWilson, Robert/43
SenderWilson, Robert
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginClydebank, Scotland
RecipientWeir family
Recipient Genderunknown
SourceCopyright Retained by Mrs Linda Weir, Tirmacspird, Lack, Co Fermanagh, BT93 OSA
ArchiveThe Ulster American Folk Park
Doc. No.9909203
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
LogDocument added by LT, 10:09:99.
Word Count281
TranscriptNovember 6 1901


Dear friends I think
yous [you?] are not given yous [you?]
much bother about me in this case I
think you might been quicker on
this [case?] as I am left with
[thestengles?] I thought that I had
9 or ÷10 when I went to look for it
was away and spent the [there?] are
nothing [wanen?] onely [only?] her
birth lines with her age as she was
entered at 45 years of age, I got
9÷ 10s at [Annies?] death if I had
Bellas Birth Lines I am geting [getting?]
20÷ as I get them I thought I would had
them long ago it is very expenseof
[expensive?] berren [being?] here. I
had the ground to bay [pay?] out so I have
the groung [ground?] bought since Annie
died This is very expensif [expensive?]
place if yous [you?] knew everything
that has happened [here?] yous
would been in a biger [bigger?]
hurry with them [then?] to me
hurry [up?] soon Bella is well and
I onely [only?] for truble [trouble?]
we have a [hough?] of it was not
in force at that time now if you
have not sent a letter home by this
evening post I send you Roberts address
and post it [right?] on either tomorrow
or before noon on Monday if you can that
he will have it on tuesday morning and
you dont get it write to us by [return?]
of post you will want to read [more?]
[fully?] so as to understand as I am in
a hurry and I did not want to send more
your sincere

Robert Wilson
1 Canal St

I forgot to send the Cor letters
last time for the Bishop to get
the address.