Letter to Rev. R.M. Laporte Payne 17 June 1919

Letter to Rev. R.M. Laporte Payne 17 June 1919

Tynycoral Hotel
Talyllyn
Corris R.S.Q.
Merionethshire
June 17. 1919

My dear W. Laporte Payne,

I was indeed very interested to see the letter & photo you kindly sent to me, which were forwarded to me here. The letters are very touching knowing all we know. I am so glad & thankful that the lad is doing so well & seems to have such a nice mind. It is the very best thing that could have happened to him to find a home in Canada & to meet with a suitable girl for his wife. It is somewhat singular that he does not allude to his father, but perhaps he hardly remembers him. What a mercy it is that he is delivered from his mother’s influence!

I cannot feel sufficiently grateful to you, dear friend, who have so kindly & wisely helped us in what might have been an awkward situation for our family & probably for the boy. I am copying his letters, as my brothers may like to see them, & shall return them to you with the photo:-
I hope we may meet again sometime.
I was overcome rather & fled to this little fishing town for a week or two for change & rest.

Hoping you are quite well with kindest regards

Yours very sincerely
T.A.E. Williamson.

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This entry was posted in 1919.

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