|Title:||GilbraIth Young, [?], to "Dear Johnston"|
|Collection||Irish Emigration Database|
|Origin||Co. Tyrone, N.Ireland|
|Destination||Montgomery, New York, USA?|
|Source||Copyright Retained by Bernon Young, 6760 Pelican Bay Blvd., #334 Naples, Fl 34108. Phone or Fax 941-598-1785. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Archive||Originals held by Donor|
|Log||Document added by LT, Td by Gerald McCarragher 25:|
|Transcript||Dear Johnston, I take opportunity of witing [writing?]|
to you to let know (sic) that we are all well at present
thank god, hoping these few lines find you in the same.
I received letter dated 1826, I have
wrote twice last year and received no answer
you wished to know where John Johnston was
he lives in lower Canada quebeck [Quebec?] in a town they
calld [called?] Shipton and Samuel his Brother, and uncle
William Johnston is dead this twelve months.
Dear Johnston nothing to write to you when
I wrote to you before sent you all occurrences
also I told you the delicate state of Marthas [Martha's?]
health my oldest son Charles has always
some thought seeing (sic) you in that country if you
encourage, we have been very uneasy on
[account?] of you talking leaving (sic) that place,
having received no letter since we had that account
there is a great number of peopel [people?] leaving
this country more than ever has in four seasons.
[Brother?] Thomas and family are well.
Dear Johnston when you write again
let me know if there is apost [a post?] runs betwen [between?]
philadelphia and new york having wrote
twice that way and received no answer
No more at present but remains your
loving Brothers till death.
Gilbreath [Galbraith?] and Thomas young
(Transcribed by Gerald McCarragher.)