M[argaret] Hay Lunam


[John Muir]


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[2]had an attack of measles for 3 weeks at the same time, but they are all going about again, do accept my heartfelt sympathy for you all in the sad bereavement of your dear sister Annie ["?]Well do I remember your dear mother coming often up to grand father; with the little twins after your father left[3]for America: they [now?] just beginning to [weep?], but that is long ago, and many sad [illegible] among us all since that time, dear Annie has died the same compl[illegible] as [illegible] [illegible] [mother?] [Gilroy?] [illegible]: after a few [illegible] illness, dear Annie is now done with all her earthly cares, and her: good christian works: and gone to that glorious [Heaven?]


Westfield, Dunbar [Scotland]

Date Original

[1903] Mar 13


Original letter dimensions: 14.5 x 21 cm.

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Reel 13, Image 0264

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