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Title: Askey family, Sheffield to "Dear Nephew", [Belfast?].
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileAskey, Uncle & Aunt/35_
SenderUncle & Aunt Askey
Sender Gendermale-female
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginSheffield, England
DestinationBelfast?, N.Ireland
Recipient Gendermale
Relationshipuncle and aunt - nephew
SourceT 1573: Copied by Permission of G. Ward Esq., 82 Clonard Gardens, Belfast.
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland.
Doc. No.9404190
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
LogDocument added by LT, 25:04:1994.
Word Count183
TranscriptSheffield mar [march?] 24th 1852.

Dear Nephew,
I received your kind letter on the 22nd
of March and was glad to find you in
good health as it leaves us at present except
Mary Jane she [has?] not been well this last
week or two she is better now thank God for
it we have not heard from [your?] brother
George yet we hope we shall soon we
will send you word as soon as we get
a letter. I should be very glad to hear what
you are dooing [doing?] we should be Glad to hear
of you doing well all your cousins join
in love to you and Clara is much same
as she was poor thing. George Gedley get [got?] a very
fine boy. Williham [William?] son the same I am very sorry
to say your uncle [has?] been short of work a few
weeks you spoak [spoke?] of coming on Whit Monday
we shall be glad to see you if you are
doing well so no more at presant [present?]
for [from?] your Uncle & Aunt
Dear Cousin excuse my bad writing from your
Affectionate Cousin
Emma Askey.