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Title: L Hay, Liverpool, to B M Smyth, Castledamph
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileHay, Lizzie/37
SenderHay, Elizabeth (Lizzie)
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender ReligionProtestant
OriginLiverpool, England
DestinationCastledamph, Co. Tyrone, N.Ireland
RecipientSmyth, John James
Recipient Gendermale
SourceCopyright Retained by Mr & Mrs J Smyth, Castledamph, Plumbridge, Co Tyrone, castledamph@btinternet.com
ArchiveMr & Mrs J Smyth, Castledamph, Plumbridge.
Doc. No.412009
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 06:01:2005.
Word Count179
Transcript[Letter 2]

[Page 1]
No 51 Bute St
January 9th 1895

Dear [Mr?] Smyth
I received your letter
this morning I am very glad to here
[hear?] that you and Mrs and family
are all well also [Jack?] and Bob I
have nothing strange to let you know

[Page 2]
at present coald [cold?] weather here it
is snowing here now I have come of [off?]
Dear Mr Smyth I am sending you one
pound by post this evening so as
Jack can keep the rabbits till he
comes home William did not work

[Page 3]
from the Saturday after we left till last
Monday Thos [Thomas?] did a little
better. Remember me to all my
I remain your
Wm [William?] Hay
To Mr John James Smyth

[Written in ink]
To Mr John James Smyth
Co Tyrone

[Page 4]

I shall never forget
December 30th, 1899 if I
thought that I was to
have another bad night
at Sea. I would not go over
to Castledamph for
all ever I saw
Mr J J Smyth Wm [William?]

[Written across first page in ink]

Dear sir In answer to your letter
which I received [stained?] days
ago and am glad to hear of you
getting along so well.