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Title: Cathi Brannigan, Plainsville, to James Hagan, Dungannon.
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileBrannigan, Cathi/30
SenderBrannigan, Cathi
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginPlainsville, Pennsylvania?, USA
DestinationDungannon, Co. Tyrone, N.Ireland
RecipientHagan, James
Recipient Gendermale
SourceDonated and Copyright Retained by Mrs. Margaret Mc Ginty, 1 Ardgannon, Quarry Lane, Dungannon.
ArchiveThe Ulster American Folk Park.
Doc. No.9706201
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 25:06:97.
Word Count401
TranscriptPlainsville Sept,
Mr James Hagan

Dear Sir I now wish to inform
you that I have paid Mike & Owen's
passage on they Guion line and
I told they [the?] agent here theire
[their?] ages and on account of they
times been so hard here he put them
both down under age For me and he said
that all they have got to do is to mind
and tell they [the?] same age as is stated on
they [the?] ticket and that they will come
all right and [if?] you know of any
person coming on they [the?] same line
It would be a great advantage
to them for they [the?] same parties to take
charge of them until they would go on
Board of Ship theire [their?] fare is paid from
Belfast to New York please to tell them
to be very particular when the go on boat
and tell them to be carefull when
they go on to they [the?] boat at Belfast
and for them to go down into they [the?]
steerage and for not to gon [go?] on deck on any
account unto they land Mr Hagan
please to get Patk [Patrick?] Flanigan
[Flannigan?] to get they [the?] captains
letter for them and for him to drop a note
to Mr Turbitt to watch for them when they
land and I hope that you will see them
sent off all right and with they [the?]
help of god I will be able to pay you
what ever debt that they owe
you a good bit now and I hope to
be able to reward Mr Flannigan also.
Please to write a few days ahead
of them starting and let me know
they [the?] name of the ship that they will
sail upon as I will be watching for them
I also enclose you one pound
to pay theire [their?] way and you draw
it for them.
Please to let me know when
you are writing how is Mr [Haganan?]
Mr Hagan and all they [the?] rest of their
family and let me know also how
is my father.

I have nothing more to say
at present But Remains your
old friend Cathi Brannigan

Please to tell Mr Flanigan [Flannigan?]
that when he writes to the office to state in
his letter that they are coming out
to theire [their?] mother send them off as
soone [soon?] as possible

no more at preasent.