Letter: Mary Jane [Jones], Hendregadog, to Thomas [Owen]

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      GB 221 WDD/3/1/4/3/6
  • Alternative Id.
      GB 221 WDD/1100
  • Dates of Creation
      [19th cent.]
  • Language of Material
      English
  • Physical Description
      1 item

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LETTER: Mary Jane [Jones], Hendregadog, to Thomas [Owen]. Her Auntie Evans had another stroke on Monday and died on Tuesday night. She wonders what Mrs Evans's son will say as he was so careless about his poor mother. She thanks him for the letter which he sent with her father. Her mother and herself left home yesterday morning and she will stay at Hendregadog for some time with her grandmother, when she expects to enjoy much of his company. She advises him not to call there until the latter end of the week as they shall be out quite a lot, and her uncle of Bodfeirig will be there, being her aunt's trustee. They will also have to go over all her things and give him an inventory to give to John Virgoe. She asks him to excuse her scrappy letter.. She is bewildered with so many letters to write and so much to do. She asks him to write soon as his letters give her so much pleasure and comfort. Her mother sends him her kind regards.

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