LETTER: Margaret Jones, [Plas Nico, Holyhead] to her son-in-law and daughter, James and Mary Bell, Davenport, Iowa. Apologises that she finds it difficult to write in English and has to refer to the dictionary. She will write in Welsh next tiem. She wonders how John can manage on his farm without a house keeper. Thinks they ought to visit Uncle William before they move. She what sort of place they are going to: whether it is a populous place or 'a desert wildernesss without any Christian people?' She encloses a five pound Bank note to buy flannels and things to keep them warm on their journey.
Letter: Margaret Jones, [Plas Nico, Holyhead] to her son-in-law and daughter, James and Mary Bell, Davenport, Iowa.
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