M[argaret] Hay Lunam
also Jane Mather, she teaches music, remember me very [illegible] to Mrs Reid and Mrs Galloway, also your brothers. I often sit at the fireside and think of the days when we were all young, and you all coming [over?] to see grandfather and Gre[illegible]! I have not an old acquaintance living in [Dunbar?] now! but I have many home comforts, and Maggie looks well to my every comfort she sends her warmest love to you. We often speaks about you, ever your loving [cousin?]M Hay Lunam do write soonWestfield,Dunbar.November Tuesday 8th 1904My dear Cousin JohnWe were both of us truly delighted on Saturday when Mr Murdock came and spent a few hours with us and told us all about your lovely home and the great kindness you had all shown him, and the glorious sunshine in Martinez California03468
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