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Title: A. Sinclair, San Francisco to M. Graham, Co. Tyrone
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileSinclair, Ann Jane/5
SenderSinclair, Anne
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginSan Francisco, California, USA
DestinationCo. Tyrone, N. Ireland
RecipientGraham, Mary Ann
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceD 1497/4/4: Presented by Mrs W. Patterson, Magherafelt Road, Draperstown, County< Londonderry.
ArchivePublic Record Office Northern Ireland
Doc. No.9011170
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogAction By Date Document added by B.W. 20:12:1993
Word Count307
TranscriptFrom: 641 Folson St [Street?] San Francisco California
February 1880

To: [Mary Ann Graham, Owenreagh, Sixtowns, County Tyrone?]
Feby [February?] 19th 1880

Dear Mary Ann
I received your letter on the 12th February and
I do not know where the rest when that I sent you
this is my picture again and you must Send me
yours know that the people that I am worth their
time is [Swain?] but get my own Letter
his letters oes [goes?] to his offices there has been no
[Sorrow?] here yet And most of the girls here have
their hair combed to the side like this practice
of [shine?] you did not tell me that you had such a good time
at the partey [party?] in the Sunday School [I?] and know
every thing that yous [you?] have John Sinclair heve [have?]
yous [you?] all [told?] and curse him and you Did not tell me
that Ambrose was daft and that he preached in St Anns I could
tell you where he took his Sermon of and that Mary Ann Hason
[Hasson?] was Married to the tea Man and I saw Jane Hason
[Hasson?] And Wals [Walsh?] and when you right [write?] again
let me know what Patrick said when he got the letter I let him
know how his Son looked Jane looked as usil [usual?] and
John looked very odd I wish you to remember
me to Aunt and to all the rest of the family
how is Jane and our Isabella I have [Bress?] this
is the kind & it [if?] you can tell Margaret and it was in
the looks and over near all the world and it is as opened to mill
town here and I got it back from Boston again I send my love to
All friends and to yourself goodby [Goodbye?]
Don't tell any One who this ugly
picture is
No more at peasant [present?] but remains
your loving Cousin Annjean [Ann Jane Sinclair?]

Mary A [Ann?] Graram [Graham?]
Feb 9th 1880