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1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

Lutman Elder Postcards
Lusman or Ludman?
Emily Lutman seems to be Auntie Emmy of Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders (see PC)

Wounded Soldiers Reception Committee 1914 34 Dawson Street, Dublin
April 1919
Presented to Miss Emily Lutman who collected 4.3.4. for Breakfasts for Wounded Soldiers
Hon. Treasurer ? ? Douglas

             Royal Irish Rifles                    Royal Dublin Fusiliers                King's Own Scottish Borderers
                                                                            

Highland Light Infantry                     Royal Flying Corps                        Machine Gun Corps        
                                                                                 

Royal Regiment of Artillery                        R.A.M.C.                               Army Service Corps     
                                                                  

R.A.M.C.
                                                                                        

14th July 1916                                                                            "Tommies"
                                                                               

Irish Counties War Hospital, Marlborough Hall

Private W. L. Allen  "C" Company
9th Service Battalion
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers


2nd August 1960 Postmark Bangor to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin - Dear Uncle Bob & Auntie Emmy, Just a P.C. to let you know we are having a terrific time here. The weather is great, Sunday & Monday were scorchers and it looks as if today will be too. Hope to see you soon, Love from Jim and Albert

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1) 6th July 1951? Postmark Moseley, Birmingham to Mr. & Mrs. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Ireland - Sat. Have a day off so have come here with friends. It is beautiful, the sun is almost too hot. My arms are all sunburnt now. Hope the weather stays like this for our holidays. The children are having a lovely time, love from Bob & Sylvia
2) 17th June 1958 Postmark Brighton & Hove, Sussex to Mr. & Mrs. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Dublin, Eire - Monday. Had a good journey down. Dad sends his K R & has had some ? nasty tums poor old fellow. Hope Bob & Rogs are better. We have been at this place. D. & C. C. off to Ascot on Tuesday

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1) 14th May 1959 no Postmark to Mr. & Mrs. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Dublin, Ireland - York. I hope you are both better. I am having a good rest & enjoying lots of sunshine. Kind regards Elsie M. Gray
2) 26th July 1959 Postmark Birmingham to Mr. & Mrs. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Eire - Dear E. & B. Just to let you know we are still having very hot weather, hope Bob is having a lot of relief from his complaint, give our love to young Bob & family, boys sorry to hear about Bob and send their best wishes to you both, just now it looks as if there will be a change in weather, hope it won't be too bad, love from all. K. & E.
3) 4th August 1959 Postmark Birmingham to Mr. & Mrs. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Eire - We've had a lovely weekend in Surrey, weather lovely, went for some lovely drives, hope Bob & family are having a good time, how is Bob keeping, getting a bit of relief I hope, all here wish to be remembered to you and send their love. K. & E.
4) 6th August 1959 Postmark Brighton & Hove, Sussex to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Ireland - Thursday Rottingdean. Arrived here at 9.40 p.m. after a slow journey, traffic very heavy. Had to have a new water hose fitted on the car, last 40 mins, on that. Children very good on the journey, it was 330 miles down. We went to Rottingdean this morning, & now we are going to the pool. Love xxxx Alma, Ron, S & D.
5) 15th August 1959 Postmark Brighton & Hove, Sussex to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Ireland - Friday night. Weather changed, very showery & wild, we went to Surrey on Wed. Last night Ron & I. went to the Theatre here in Brighton, Harry Secombe & G. H. Elliot, Hetty King, it was a wonderful show, H. Secombe is a wonderful personality, & what a voice, beautiful. B. & T. have gone out to-night, children all well, full of life. Hope you both are well, Ron says he will write the next card. xxxx Love, Alma? Ron, S. & D.
6) 18th August 1959 Postmark Brighton & Hove, Sussex to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Ireland - Monday 17th. Dear M. & D. Having a wonderful time here with plenty of swims & sunshine. Holiday is nearly over - will be home (D.V.) Thurs. morning - back to work Friday. Hope both of you are keeping well & that everything is O.K. Sandra, Derek & Nigel are great pals & are having a great time. We leave Rottingdean? Wed, morning about 9.30 a.m. Derek is a bit of a wanderer - we have to keep our eyes on him. Love from us all. Ron
7) 8th October 1959 Postmark New York to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Eire - Dear Bob, I've been promising myself a trip to New York foe several years and at last I made it. Visited Rockefeller Centre yesterday and loved it. Edna and I have been doing a lot of shopping and sight-seeing and enjoying ourselves very much. There's so much to do but it's expensive and loads of fun. Bye for now. Love Cis? and Edna

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1) 15th May 1960 Postmark 1960 to Mr. & Mrs. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Dublin, Ireland - York. I am having a good holiday and rest. The weather is quite warm and the gardens better for the day of rain on Friday. I hope all is well with you. Elsie M. Gray
2) 1st August 1960 Postmark Port Lairge to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin - Monday Ron & Ted arrived safely at 1.45 am. Weather not too bad although quite cold, we hope to go to Waterford tomorrow afternoon. The children have been to the Fun Fair and enjoyed a ride on Trains & horses. Love Always or Alene, Ron & S. D.
3) 4th August 1960 Postmark Port Liarge to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin - Tramore. Weather has been lovely, although the water is very cold, children enjoying it all. We went to Waterford yesterday. We are sitting on the beach now, and there are crowds, its a lovely strand. Home Saturday (D.V.) Love Alene, Ron S. & D.
4) 2nd September 1960 Postmark Moseley, Birmingham to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Ireland - Friday. Will not be home for another week until Sept. 11th. See you during that week. The weather here is shocking. Sylvia
5) 8th August 1961 Postmark Brighton & Hove to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Eire - Had a very good journey down & arrived early 5.45 pm. The weather hasn't been too good until today, its been very hot, we're nearly like beetroots. Do hope you're feeling a little better Mr. Elders, will pay you a visit when we get home. Malcolm has had a nasty cough & cold but he's a good bit better. Love B. J. N. & M.

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1) Friday 31st July Postmark Moseley, Birmingham to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Eire - Just to let you know we are hoping to go to Surrey tomorrow for week-end, weather not so hot mow, had some rain and has got colder, we spent an evening in Gordon's house, hope Bob is keeping pretty well and not getting so many bad turns. All say give them our love and same from us E. & K.
2) Postmark Ballymena to Mr. & Mrs. R. Elders, 104 Naas Road, Dublin 12 - Wed. Cushendun. This is where we are staying, but the weather is cold. We hope to go into Belfast to view the royal wedding. The reception on T.V. here is poor. Hope you are better. Elsie M. Gray?