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Title: Rob Brown, Brooklyn, To "Dear Brother"
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileBrown, Robert/24
SenderBrown, Robert
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationmanual labourer
Sender Religionunknown
OriginBrooklyn, NY, USA
Recipient Gendermale
SourceCopyright Retained by Margaret Graham Browne, Rathneeny*, Laghy, Co.Donegal. 073-21816. mgtgraham@tinet.ie
ArchiveMargaret Graham Browne
Doc. No.400035
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 26:04:00.
Word Count151
Transcript$$H18 Part of the Margaret Graham Browne Catalogue$$H
Brooklyn July 11th 1876

Dear Brother i rite [write?] these
few lines too [to?] let you now [know?]
that i am well at present
Hopping [hoping?] that this will find
you injoying [enjoying?] the [season?]
i want you too [to?] see [James?]
Gallagher an [and?] see if he
would not send the
mony [money?] i loned [loaned?] him $12.00
i borred [borrowed?] some money too [to?]
By [buy?] the store and the [they?]
want too [to?] get it if
you get the mony [money?] from
Him you might mak [make?] it
25.00 if not try and send
me 25.00 four [for?] self as soon
As posable [possible?] abulage
[obliged?] your
Brother Rob Brown


i Rote [wrote?] two [to?] you 2 weeks
Ago an [and?] i got no anser [answer?]
Let Me now [know?] if you got it
As the [there?] were something
in it i did not wan [want?]
it too [to?] [be?] [seen?]

(* 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