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Title: E Carter, British Columbia, to Geo Kells, [Ireland?]
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileCarter, Everina/3
SenderCarter, Everina
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationhousewife
Sender Religionunknown
OriginBritish Columbia, Canada
RecipientKells, George
Recipient Gendermale
SourceCopies Provided by Dr. R.T.B. McClean, 41 Deanfield, Bangor, Co Down, BT19 6NX, tmccwwore@hotmail.com
ArchiveDr. R.T.B. McClean
Doc. No.312029
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 05:12:2003.
Word Count164
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A letter, dated 10th January 1894, to George Kells (1854 - 1929) in Ireland from his youngest sister, Mrs. Everina Carter (1872 - 1903) who lived in Vancouver, British Columbia.


Jan 10th 1894

Dear George,
I received
your note and
Xmas cards.
Thank You very
much for remember-
ing us. I am
sending you
our Photos. which
I hope you will
like. I think they
are very true of
us. I shall expect
your own, Mrs. Kells,
and children's in
return. Pleas [please?]
don't forget but send
them. I don't
think you would
know me if you
should happen
to see me. I
had a letter
from Mother
about a week
ago. She said
they were all
quite well. Dear
George I never
expected she
would live so
long or ever
get well again.
She said she
was going up
for Co. Longford
in the spring.
What kind of
a winter are
you having in
Ireland. We
are having a
nice winter here
so far. Pleas [please?]
excuse this short
letter. hoping
you are all
quite well as
we are at present.
I remain Your
Loving Sister
My Husband sends
his best respects to all