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Title: [?], Ballymaguire, Co. Tyrone to Mrs. Barron, USA.
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
Sender Genderunknown
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginBallymaguire, Co. Tyrone, USA
DestinationCalifornia? USA
RecipientMrs Barron
Recipient Genderfemale
SourceT 1664/1/23: Copied by Permission of J.G.T. Anderson Esq., Lurgan, Co. Armagh. #TYPE LET Incomplete Letter from [?] Ballymaguire, Co. Tyrone to Mrs. Barron, U.S.A. 15th Oct. 1878.
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland.
Doc. No.8810015
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
Log05:10:1988 LT created 07:12:1988 pg input 18:01:19
Word Count175
Oct 15th 1878
Dear Mrs Barron
We are all glad
to hear from you after so long
an absence we were beginning
to think you had forgotton [forgotten?] us
altogether I heard that you
had removed to California
and was married but that was
all I heard about you since
you left I was quite surprised
when I saw your little girl's
picture and that she was
called for my self I think she
favours you very much. I am glad
to hear that your children are
healthy and that you like that
country so well Mary Johnston
was married to Mr Oliver
McReynolds of Dromore on
10th of July 1877 and had a young
son in May last she calls him
William John. Margaret Bell
was married to Mr Thomas
Hutchison from below Coagh
in October 1876 and had a
young daughter in the winter
of 1877 Watty Bell died in
February 1877 old Mrs Bell
(his mother) that day twelve months
my sister and her husband
and family are all well
Arthur was married to Miss