|Title:||Greeves, James Richardson to O'Brien, William, c.1840|
|Collection||The Transatlantic Letters of an Irish Quaker Family_1818-1877 [B. Jackson]|
|Sender||Greeves, James Richardson|
|Sender Occupation||lumber merchant|
|Origin||Philadelphia, Penn., USA|
|Destination||Lake Erie, NY, USA|
|Genre||abstract of letter, news of family|
|Transcript||Mentions Cousin Maria—, from Liverpool to Belfast in 17 hours —Jacob Green's son-in-law Jos Burne —. "I received a genuine Irish welcome from thy dear Father, Aunt Molly and Cousin Jane (at Lisburn), Cousin Susanna|
being at Cork ... with Cousin Mary".
He spent 10 days in Lisburn, a day with Cousin Daniel and the children at Carlow, 10 days in Cove with Mary and Susanna ere. Mentions himself as one of "those engaged in Teaching". His son Thomas still at school. A letter
received says Uncle John and Aunt Molly are well, also Cousins Thomas, Jane and Susanna.