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...Old Letters

From Maurice and Annie Black

 

Rose Cottage

Inkpen Common

Nr Newbury Berks

 

March 27th 1934

 

Dear Niece

Just a few lines in answer to yours which we received quite safe, also the photo.

We was ever so pleased to get a picture of your Mother and to think she was keeping so well, and we think the picture was real good of her and we was pleased with your picture too and we think you look young for your age.

We ourselves are getting on in years now.  I shall be 76 in June and your Aunt Annie just had a Birthday the 26th of March and she was 74.  We was pleased to hear your Mother was so comfortable with Alma and Clara, there is no family of ours living about here now.

I am the only one.  Brother John’s wife, Mary Ann, is still living in Wiltshire and she is over 80 years.  Edwin Loder (a friend) is still alive but a invalid.  He have been bedridden 15 years.  His sister Grace looks after him.  Your Mother will know who I mean and he wishes to be remembered to your Mother.

We and family all sends our kindest love to your Mother and yourself.

So I think this is all the news this time.  Hope to hear from you again soon. 

From your loving Uncle and Aunt, Maurice and Annie Black

 

 

 

 
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