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Title: John McClorg, New York, to David McClorg, Templemoyle.
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
Filemcclorg, john/80
SenderMcClorg, John
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationruns errands for his employer
Sender Religionunknown
OriginNew York, USA
DestinationTemplemoyle, Co. Derry, N.Ireland
RecipientDavid McClorg and Mrs McClorg
Recipient Gendermale-female
SourceT 1227/18: Photocopied by Courtesy of Mr A MacLurg. #TYPE EMG John McClorg, New York to David McClorg, Templemoyle, Co. Londonderry 5 March 1827.
ArchivePublic Record Office, N. Ireland
Doc. No.8909102
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
Log04:10:1989 LT created 24:08:1990 GC input 04:09:19
Word Count235
TranscriptNew York March 5th 1827
Dear Father & Mother
Having wrote to you by the ship
Fame a few days ago and Inclosed [enclosed?] a bill
of lading for I Cask of Flax seed of Long Island
Growth which I sent by the above ship for your
own use all expences [expenses?] being paid here except
post charges at Derry which will be about /11d
I now Enclose another bill of Lading of the same
[?]te by the ship Huron bound for Londonderry
if you do not receive my first letter you will
please to present this bill of Lading to the
Consignee of the ship Fame in Londonderry
and receive the cask of seed markd [marked?] David Mc
Dear friends i [I?] intend Going over to see you but
should we never meet here i [I?] hope we will
Meet in a better place to part no more
write to me as soon as possible and Let me
know how matters is with you our friends
is all well and Mr Dunshee is the best friend
i [I?] ever Met since i [I?] left the white hill no
more at present but remains you Loveing [loving?]
son John McClorg
when you write Direct to the Care of Mr
Dunshee Corner of hester and Mullbery
streets new york
Mr David McClorg
Temple moyle
Parish of Bovevah
County Londonderry
care of Ann Wilson
Newtown Limavady
Ship Huron
Levis Ma[s?]t[e?]r