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Title: Annie [Hagan?] to "Dear Mary."
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileHagan, Annie/33
SenderHagan, Annie
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationhousewife
Sender ReligionCatholic
OriginNew York, USA
RecipientHagan, Mary
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceCopyright Retained by Mrs. M. McGinty, Ardgannon, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone.
ArchiveUlster American Folk Park.
Doc. No.9710296
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 10:11:97.
Word Count551
TranscriptJames Little is working a distance from
New York James had a letter from
him a few mornings past
that he intends coming to New
York some of them Sundays
spend day with us John McCabbe [McCabe?]
that was in Haydens is manager
of splendid Bar in this city he
has to commence at 5 every morning
and stop until one o'clock at
night Boss never enters until
12 day time and leaves at 8 o'clock
he has entire charge his pay is
great but very constant at business
Sunday until 7 in the evening
most every Sunday night he comes
by the Street cars to our place
We feel delighted seeing him
Mr John Mulgrew Cranlum
daughter comes to see me often
she keeps a boarding house in
the city has all Cranlum boys
with her only one from Sixmilecross
-friend of the, Owens, Pat
Mulgrew stops with her and
Trainor you konw his mother she
is Sister Charley Donnelly's mind
her brother that was at one time
a little wild Young Trainor and
Mulgrew were at our house
Sunday night Trainor knew
your Photograph at once
says you and his Uncle Charley
made him laugh often you
were so very funny off course
I have your photograph on my
fireplace - I hope you will take
good care of your health and
that when James and I returns
in 6 or 7 years that you will
be a real jolly girl and
in good health I hope
Minnie is quite well
give her Uncle James and
Aunt Annies warmest love
Yesterday John Brannigan
that lived in Hursons came
to our house I as quite
alone at the time he stopped
all day with me until James
came home from his business he
is out here this 2 months
only in New York a few
days he was in Boston with
his sister he is going to a
situation Monday morning
in this city - You will excuse
hurried way I am writing
as I am expecting Mrs Delany
lady I stopped with first
days to see me today James
met her yesterday and she
told him she intended coming today
to see my new apartments
she is a nice lady a great
cook such nice attendance
as she gave me when stopping
with her - Yankees are worse
than the English for different
dishes one of the evenings that
Maggie was at our place
James and I were going to spend
evening in McMullens Maggie
came with us, last week Mrs
McMullen had a young son
only lived half hour after it was
born Mr McMullen feels awful
sorry about it all his children
2 or 3, buried one little girl
he fretted badly after her
death, Mrs McMullen is a very
strong healthy woman a Cork woman
she is out
in this city
long time
Mr McMullan
is a great
poet he
made a poem
on his
eldest daughter
he has got
[3?] or four
give my
to Mrs
Pat Hart
Miss Daly
Sally [McCabe?]
Mr and
Mrs McShane
and baby

Dear Mary
I have
every pleasure
I came
for as
I am
so happy
so much money
and his
excuse haste
Your fond Sister