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Title: J. Stinson, New York to Mrs. Weir
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileStinson, J/25
SenderStinson, J.
Sender Gender
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginNYC, USA
Destinationprob. Michigan, USA
RecipientMrs Weir (Annie or Isabella)
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceCopyright Retained by Mrs. Linda Weir, Tirmacspird, Lack, Co. Fermanagh, BT93 0SA
ArchiveUlster American Folk Park
Doc. No.9905024
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 12:05:99.
Word Count228
Transcript August 27 8 96
[please?] ancer[answer?]

My dear frend [friend?] Mrs Were [Weir?]
I am verry [very?] mutch [much?]
worred [worried?] about that
letter I have sent
to you I sent 10
dollars to you
in July 12 befor [before?]
I left New York City
I wonder you did
not ancer [answer?] it
My [ady?] Spraind [sprained?]
her ankel [ankle?] the
[mrc?] cured here [her?] and
[now?] and she is able
to walk we will
live [leave?] for California
So I hope you will
ancer [answer?] this letter to me
I hope I have not lost you the money
for I have not.
Regeret [Regret?] the letter I have
Sent I must tell
you my dear Mrs Were [Weir?]
the heat in New York
this summer has
killed so menney [many?]
peple [people?] I have been
so cuil [cool?] and plesent [pleasant?]
here I thought I was in Ireland
but the heat here
in the city has been
terrible 50 peple [people?] did [died?]
in one day I herd [heard?]
the are 3 dayes [days?] travel
from New York
plese [please?] my dear frind [friend?]
ancer [answer?] this letter
good by and God
Bless yous [you?] all
with love to all
all so your Beby [baby?]
Boy I hope he is well
Please Seal your
letter to me so no one
can open it
I do remain your
true frind [friend?]
J. Stinson [R?]

c/o Mr Stinson
275 Hudson Street
New York City