Thursday, May 31, 2012

May 2, 1907

From: George Gleasure, The Square, Listowel, Kerry, Ireland
To: Frank Gleasure, 22 Herrick Street, Brighton, Mass

Dear Frank,

in refference to your letter to Joe of the 22nd April it arrived on the morning of the first May he was leaving Queenstown on that morning we had his letter by the same mail from Queenstown and also had post card in the evening of the same day of his departure so ihope you will have seen him before you get this letter there is astorm raging here all day and last night the hardest of the winter and ifear they will have arough time of it ifeel verry lonesom after Joe and verry awkward as he was able to transact every thing and icould tinker about but never the less iwould rather give him achance what ever way wee will get along

young kinnelly left the morning after Joe he knew him and can tell you about him

do not let those people over there know two much of your secret business as they will be verry apt to be writing home every thing they know and there is so manny old gossipers here running about hunting news they would bother one you were afraid paddy Connor would be out with Joe you need not because they would goe no where ondly hunting news iam afraid they will all go rong Joe can tell you all.

so now as ihave no more to say at present ihope you all will be well when you get this note

George Gleasure
The Square Listowel
Kerry Ireland

to Mr. Frank Gleasure
Brighton Mass USA

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