|Title:||Part of letter from Mary McCusker, Phenix, Rhode Island to ?|
|Collection||Irish Emigration Database|
|Origin||Phenix, Rhode Island, USA|
|Destination||poss. Co. Tyrone, N.Ireland|
|Recipient||McCusker, John F.|
|Source||Annie and Pat McClean, 15, Main Street, Beragh, Co Tyrone. BT79 0SY|
|Archive||Annie and Pat McClean, 15, Main Street, Beragh, Co Tyrone. BT79 0SY|
|Log||Document Added by JMullan, 19/12/2007|
JOHN F. McCUSKER
Telephone 257-R Valley
Light and |Heavy Foundations, Bridges, Buildings,
Reinforced Concrete and Repair Work
Phenix, R.I., [Rhode Island] Feb. 22,1919
We wont notice until it is planting time. I
hope the crops will be a success this year, and perhaps
thing will be lower in price next winter.
I suppose you still have little John. It seems
too bad to separate the children, but it was too much
for Aunt Bridget to have the care of both of them.
I am sending a picture of mother for Aunt Bridget.
It is one Tom took about eight years ago in front of
the house She has on dark glasses, as her eyes were
We are all well at present and hope you are the
same. We hope Uncle John still continues to have good
health. This will be all for now, but will write soon
Document transcribed by NualaMacSherry. Checked by CMcIvor.