Letter from Prudence Nightingale (Nee Hackworth), Leamington to Thomas Greener

Made:
1895-11-20
part of archive:
Hackworth Family Archive
maker:
Greener, Thomas (b 1820? - d c 1903)

Prudence is unwell, states to Greener who is also aging ‘I am glad you are able to go about again but do trust you will not overtax your strength by labours of love to the memory of my sainted father’ refers to Thomas Summerson, refers to letters in ‘Tit Bits’ Samuel Holmes Young had also written a letter to the publication that was not published. Mentions ‘Brixtonian’ article and letters sent to various papers.

Details

Extent:
1 item
Identifier:
HACK/2/2/28

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