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Title: C. Fitzgerald, New York, to M. Fitzgerald, Quebec
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileFitzgerald, Catherine/24
SenderFitzgerald, Catherine
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginNYC, USA
DestinationQuebec, Canada
RecipientFitzgerald Cahill, Mary
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceCopyright Retained by Edwina T. Goddard, 750 San Fenando Street, San Diego, California 92106
ArchiveThe Ulster American Folk Park
Doc. No.9510180
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 26:10:95.
Word Count280
TranscriptMy Dear Brother and Sister New York Sep 15th-51

I am realy [really?] tired of writing
to you and geting [getting?] no answer I am surprised you do not
write Yes my dear sister and there is nothing would
give me greater comfort than for to go and see you
all I was settled on going last week but certain persons
prevented me going but I will wait your ansr [answer?] now
and as soon as I get it I will go for I fear my health
this climate is not agreeing with me now my dear
sister nor I have not heard from my mother
yit [yet?] every thing is preying on me I wish I never came
to this country My dear Eliza wanted me for to
leav [leave?] this on the 8 of this month but I could not
go so you will tell me how do you think I could
do in Canada I for I am not for to have much comfort
in this country I do not like it I will say no more
but I am waiting you [your?] anser [answer?] and send me sister
Judys address as I will call and see her you will
not fail on writting [writing?] and then I will go Yes my dear
sister I now [know?] it will do me a great deal of good for to
see you who I do not remmember at so long a time Yes my
dear when you write direct your letter to me no 3
16 street between the 6 and 7 Avenue if you will give
this enclosed to Bridget O Donnell and tell her for
to write I am my Dear Brother and Sister yours until
Death [Catherine Fitzgerald? [stained]