18th September 1907 from Violet in Brighton to Mrs. Green, Greenmount,
Patrickswell, Co. Limerick, Ireland
Dearest B., It is a long time since we heard from you & hope J. is better. I
am ___? Sunday tea___? mum left, I am too very keen on archery & went down
to the Club with some members this morning & got a lot of arrows in the
target. Why don't you let F???? have a try. There is to be a large archery
meeting on the 25th to which I am invited, afterwards I am going to ???? to
join Mother. I need a change. I have seen a lot of Miss Stone, she is so
pleasant, she comes up & plays tennis _________________________? and I am
improving a bit. I hope your well & appreciate this pretty card. Love from
Violet. I _______? to get a cheerful letter from T. F. also B.
1st January 1906 from R. S.? in Roma to Mrs. Green, Greenmount, Patrickswell,
Co. Limerick, Ireland
Rome. We ____? this on Friday night & are staying at the P___? Hotel till
to-morrow, Royal Hotel - (I give up, chicken scratchings)
from Violet (her who writes over her own writing, seriously woman!) at Hotel
Metropole, Rome to Mrs. Green, Greenmount, Patrickswell, Co. Limerick,
We have been going about a lot, some of the ceremonies in the churches last
week were most interesting. We are expecting an order for a ___? audience
with the Pope to-morrow. Father Ha?? he is acting for Father O'Riordan who
has been ill has been very kind. M. has gone to Tivoli? to-day with a lady
from the Hotel. We will be leaving Rome on Saturday or Monday but cannot
give another address yet. We have had lovely weather but too hot! We have
met several friends in Rome which is very pleasant. Love from Violet
11th January 1906 from ? in Hotel de Londres, Rome to Mrs. Green,
Greenmount, Patrickswell, Co. Limerick, Ireland
September 1910? from G. C. Morrelly? in Furze Court? Brighton to Mrs. Green,
Greenmount, Patrickswell, Co. Limerick, Ireland mention of Jackie getting
stronger and Francie going back to school
6) no date
1) 9th August 1910 Postmark Western Glasgow to Mr. Harold? Hawthorne,
c/o ? Father, ? Clare Road, Waringstown, By Lurgan, Co. Down, Ireland - How
do you like this P.C. Tell your M. & F. that Flora & her Mama arrived home
all safe, and have got quite settled down again. Have you won the watch in
the Cricket Club Raffle yet. Hope you are all well. ? Brownlee
2) 24th February 1917 Postmark ????bridge to Mr. Hawthorne, Ro. 2
National School, Loughbrickland, Co. Down - Guess who from
3) 6th September 1919 Postmark Belfast to Miss
I. W. Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown - How are you hitting it. Tell
Howard to do what I asked him to do, you will find it in my pocket. Love
4) 22nd September 1919 Postmark Glasgow to Miss
M. Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh, Ireland - Received both
letters & papers O.K. Many thanks for same. Will go home by Wednesday
night's boat leaving Ardrossan at midnight. What time does the first train
leave Belfast for Portadown? Kindest regards David
5) 31st October 1919 Postmark Banbridge to Miss M. Hawthorne, 106
Park Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh - Will not be home this weekend, as there
is a Social in School. Received apples alright, many thanks for same. Will
write later. Your loving brother. David
6) 19th July 1920 Postmark Rothesay to Mr. H. Hawthorne, 106 Park
Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh, Ireland - B. Hawthorne, 514? or 54 St. Vincent
Street, Glasgow - How are you finishing your holidays. Is David back from
Bangor. Don't forget to meet me on Saturday. M. H.
7) 20th July 1920 Postmark Glasgow to Miss I. Hawthorne, 106 Park
Road, Portadown, Ireland - Rough passage but I wasn't seedy? Arrived safely
on Monday night. Couldn't wire from Ardrossan. Belfast was quite when I
passed through. An immense crowd on board. Hope you are feeling better to
day. Yours Boyd
8) 21st July 1920 Postmark Glasgow to Mrs. I. Hawthorne, 106 Park
Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh, Ireland - Dear Mother, Auntie wants me to wait
until Lily & Madge are going over on the 1st August. I think I will for I
dread the crossing alone and my arm is not quite better yet. Please write by
return & tell me what to do. Your loving daughter Miriam
1) 22nd July 1920 Postmark Warrenpoint? to Mrs. ? Hawthorne, 106 Park
Road, Portadown - Having a good time here, hoping all is well at home. H.?
2) 29th July 1920 Postmark Glasgow to Mr. T. A.
Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh, Ireland - What you sent is
only lent, as you'll know some day to your cost. H. M. H.
3) 3rd July
1921 Postmark Bangor to Miss I. Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown - We
haven't just the comfort the picture would suggest but we are enjoying
ourselves all the same. B. H.
4) 6th July 1921?
Postmark Co. Down to Miss M. Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown - Intend
going home on Saturday. Have had a splendid time. B. A.
5) 15th July 1921 Postmark Belfast to Miss ?
Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown - Was in Bangor and seen Tom and Boyd,
they are having a delightful time, and so am I. Isabel
6) 3rd September 1921 Postmark Saltcoats?,
Ayrshire to Miss Miriam Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh,
Ireland - Received P.C. this morning before leaving for Saltcoats where we
are spending the weekend. Lily & Bob
7) 21st August 1923 Postmark Belfast to Mrs. T. A. Hawthorne, 106
Park Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh - Arrived safe & sound with a sore arm
carrying the bag. Weather has turned out wet. Yours Miriam?
8) 22nd September 1923 Postmark Waringstown to
Mrs. Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown - Weather not too bad. Will be home
on Tuesday morning. Going in to the Port Car. Yours W.
1) Miss A. Irwin, c/o Albion Ltd., Waringstown, Lurgan, Co. Down, Ireland
2) 4th July Postmark Glasgow to Mrs. L. Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown,
Ireland - Weather no so good on 12th. Better on 13th. Boyd is going across
on Friday. ? H.
3) 3rd September 19?? Postmark Belfast to ???? Hawthorne, ??? Park Road,
Portadown - Arrived safe, found my way alright, nobody has run away with me
so far. Miriam
4) 29th July Postmark Glasgow to Miss I. W. Hawthorne, 106 Park Road,
Portadown, Co. Armagh, Ireland - Boyd was telling me you had been sick
lately, I do hope you are alright again, L. & M. are coming with me on
Saturday, the night boat. Love from Miriam
5) Postmark Glasgow to Miss I. Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown, Ireland
- Dear Ida, Expected a letter this morning. Hope Mother, Father & all the
others are well. I think I'll make the last post after all. Yours etc. B. H.
6) no date, no postmark to Mrs. Thos. Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown,
Ireland from Boyd
7) no date Postmark St. Lewellan to Mrs. I.
Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown - Are in Newcastle today. Enjoying our
stay. Lovely weather. Yours W. H.
8) no date or postmark to Mrs. Thos.?
Hawthorne, 106 Park Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh - Had a decent run down to
Bangor without many mishaps. Haven't pitched our tent yet. B. H.