Annie Hay


John Muir


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4James our next son is an Artist now lives in London he was married for three years & then his wife died & he left Cheshire and went to London. he is much appreciated by his brother Artists but he doesn't make much money. "Margaret Hardie "our youngest daughter is married to a Congregational Minister in London - a man of amazing christlikeness and they are very happy but have no children. There I have told you a little about all of us_ I may have done so before But I forget to. yes, we often wish you would come to see us again - people dont seem to think anything of going & coming nowadays. Have I written too long a letter I wonder - you are a busy man.Father and Isobel join with me in kindest love.Your affectionate CousinAnnie Hay.05574


Cheshire [England]

Date Original

1913 Oct 15


Original letter dimensions: 26 x 20 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 21, Image 0888

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Page 4


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