Letter: Owen Owen, Thurlow Lodge, Clapham, London to his brother John Owen

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      GB 221 WDAZ/1/1/3/3
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      GB 221 WDAZ/14
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      1860 Dec. 6
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LETTER: Owen Owen, Thurlow Lodge, Clapham, London to his brother John Owen. He sympathises with him for having been in such great danger in the mighty storm at sea and prays that he will be safe sailing across the Atlantic Ocean. Henry (the writer's son) has informed his cousin Jane of J.O.'s safe arrival at Cork after a stormy voyage. Sarah wishes J.O. was at Holyhead so that she could see him. He assures his brother that his is very dear to them, not only for the presents he gives, but for his manner and good nature. He has been in Thurlow Lodge 23 years last Tuesday which also happened to be Sarah's birthday, so they celebrated with a drink. He expects that Brother Richard will write to J.O. He sends love from himself, his wife Sarah and Henry and hopes to hear from him before he sails.

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