2man. especialy those we know, or have known, and of whom we may have formed a different opinion. I appreciate, therefore, most fully and thank you sincerely for what you have done. I would also add. had no correction been possible it would not in any way hanve changed my estimation of your worth and character & the service rendered to your fellow man.My Uncle Charlies troubles were pre-natal. He was born crooked. his limbs had to be broken & straightened. His mother became frightened at some wild animal while attending a menagerie.In the Jan. Atlantic in mentioning Mr. Mair you call him "George." George was his elder son & about five years of age at that time. The fathers name was James. was generaly spoken of & known as "Jimmie" Mair as you may recall.My Brother Benjamin, about whom you05392
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