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Title: N Logan, Racavan, Co. Antrim. to B.& Mrs.Black Indiana Co.PA.
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
Filelogan, nancy/152
SenderLogan, Nancy
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginWashington, Penn., USA
DestinationWheatfield Township, Indiana, USA
RecipientBrice and Margaret Black
Recipient Gendermale-female
SourceT3633/1/6: Presented by Mrs. J. Comparelli.
ArchivePublic Record Office N.Ireland.
Doc. No.9407065
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
LogDocument added by LT, 04:07:1994.
Word Count329
TranscriptWashington January the 10th 1828.
Dear Brother and Sister I take this oppirtunity [opportunity?]
of letting you know that we are all well at present except mother
is in a poor state of health, she is much the way she was when we wrote
to you before hopeing [hoping?] these few lines will find you in the same
health as when we seen you last Brother Hugh and family is well and
Brother Samuel and family is well and Brother James and family is well
and they have another young son ten days ago, Brother John is well and is
in Pittsburgh Elizabeth and John is here and they send their best respects
to Margaret William Birch and family is well Robert Woodburn and family is
well and sends their respects to their friends there and they are going to
come within about three miles of us James Mountford is well and sends his
respects to David McCune [McKeown?] and wife, I send my best respects to
uncle and Aunt and to Mr. Mrs Cune [Keown?] and wife and all the rest of
my acquaintins [acquaintances?] Abraham Mc Kinney and Anne Brownlee is
married, and William Hodgens [Hodgins?] is married to
McGeugen, [McGuigan?] Old Mr Knox is Dead and old Mrs Irwin is dead
and Levi Wilsons wife is Dead We were expecting you before this time
If i had a good chance I would come to see you, Excuse us for not writing
as we were expecting you here When we give up expecting you Mother got worse
and the Doctor said that it was the rheumatism that had settled in her head
and when she got better Elizabeth took sick and has been takeing [taking?]
medecine [medicine?] about this four months and now she has got tolerable
good health again Write as soon as this comes to hand No more at present
but still remains your affectionate Sister
Nancy Logan.
N.B. Doctor Wishart is
married to Martha Wilson
Daughter of Esq. Wilson
To Mr. Brice Black
near Armaugh [Armagh?] Wheatfield
Township Indiana

April 10 1928
This letter was written to Margaret Black Peases [Pearse's?]
(Mother & Father Jane & Brice Black) by her sister Nancy Logan
Margaret was born Aug.1 1828
Married to Boyd Pease Dec 21- 1848
died Dec 28 1909