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Title: [?], Kesh to "My Dear Annie".
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileWeir, Rose/25
SenderWeir, Rose
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender ReligionProtestant
OriginKesh, Co. Fermanagh, N.Ireland
DestinationEdenclaw, Co. Fermanagh, N.Ireland
RecipientWeir, Annie
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceCopyright Retained by Mrs Linda Weir, Tirmacspird, Lack, Co.Fermanagh. BT93 OSA.
ArchiveUlster American Folk Park.
Doc. No.9905120
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLTE
LogDocument added by LT, 20:05:99.
Word Count325
Transcript[Tubrid?] Kesh

Nov 19. 1912.

My Dear Annie,
hope you are feeling better than when I last saw you and that Father and the Children are keeping well. I am back here a week yesterday the weather was dreadful before I left but I escaped getting a cold. Thank God. How did you succeed about what you were talking of I hope you were not anxious about George that night. I will have told you Maggie
V. landed in late that saturday afternoon so she planned to wait to be
back with George as she said he would be lonesome (it is well to have some one think you would be lonesome) but G. [George?] was too late getting back [missing] and I started to leave her [at?] Muldoons but we met M. and J. on the other side of the floor appeared very sorry on G.s [George?] account that he would be lonesome going home but said if he came by our place we would not let him go home that night. I want to ask your advise about my summer coat and skirt Mr Stack advised me to get it dyed in a way I know it would be the best thing to do but it would not be the same as getting
a new one I sent a pice [piece?] of the material to the dyers to see what they would advise I will send you their reply of course she says by the time it lay by for 12 months the make would be out of date and all that. I sent the green coat and skirt to have dyed it will do me for going out [Home?] to things like that of course I would rather outsiders did not know and she might speak of it went up home on Sunday for an hour R. G. was there and all much as usual Love to all yrs [yours?] Rose, write as soon as you can.