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Title: Sarah Irvine, Mier To Dear Sadie
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileIrvine, Sarah/15
SenderIrvine, Sarah
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceFarrelly Family Letters, Drumriley, Ballinamore Co Leitrim. Photocopies Donated by Dr John Dinnen, Minstercote, Much Birch, Hereford, HRZ8HZ. Tel 01981 540730. e-mail jdinnen@btinternet.com
ArchiveDr John Dinnen
Doc. No.709022
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument Added by JM, 11/09/07
Word Count222
TranscriptMier April 1th 1902

Dear Sadie
Your Letter to
hand and we are sorry
to know of Jennie having
the measles, it is very
likely it will go round
the family, and Baby
is so young
I think you and
aunt will have your
hands full, I am so
sorry your aunt has got
another Cold, but hope
she will soon be better
Yes I thought of you
yesterday and the
Kind of weather we had
on that day
Well I think
the folks has given up
writing as neither of
the Rebeccas answered
my letters
Yesterday I had
a letter from Mrs Mary
Travis, stating her
son Charles has just
got married and also
John Sullivan he
he [sic] is married since
last July with a prospect
of Enlarging his
Well Milo Warrenburg
Died Saturday night
was Buried on Tuesday
from the Church your
Uncle attended the funeral
Mrs [Lenfesteys?] father
was quite an old man
Your uncle is
making some garden
to day [today?]
I was in hopes
you were coming to see
us soon but I suppose
It will be some time
till then
I hope Jennie
will get over her sickness
Easy, let me hear from you
It is likely I will go to
see her next week
with love to your aunt
yourself and family
yours sincerely

Aunt Sarah Irvine

Transcribed by Darren Laird