Letter from Marshall [?] to 'My Dear Sir' Likely Robert Young, or passed to Robert Young

Made:
1913-12
part of archive:
Hackworth Family Archive
maker:
Young, Robert (b 1860 – d 1932)
and
Young, Edith Mary (b1875 - d 1954) (nee Lees)

The 'paper' would be very pleasing to the Hackworth family if they were alive; remembers A. Pease and john Wesley Hackworth speaking at Shildon, A. Pease challenged John Hackworth [John Wesley Hackworth] 'John Hackworth spoke like a lion roaring' 'I thought John Hackworth a English gentleman when he put his foot down at all cost no grass must grow under it. I have every disposition to admire a man who reads thinks and acts on his convictions'.

Details

Extent:
1 item
Identifier:
HACK/5/1/17

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