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1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970


Christmas 1932
on back From Marina? to Lillie with love

Sweet the love that meets return J. F.

Robert Small, Samuel James Bittles 5/7/58                                       Sunlight Soap                            

Mr. & Mrs. James Megraw, "Ainsley," Ormiston Gardens, Belfast Christmas 1913

The Olden Psalter to Miss Alicia Ferguson, as a birthday gift from Thomas H. Lowry 31st July 98 (1898)

From Uncle Willie To Jack

from Gertie to Joan with love

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Mr. J. Beattie, 11.1.33
2) Ulster Boy Scouts, A Great Rally of Wolf Cubs, Boy Scouts and Rover Scouts, will be held in Royal Ulster Show Grounds, Balmoral, Belfast on Saturday, 23rd June 1934
3) St. Valentine's Day (1920) Dance in The Cologne Central Y.M.C.A. to Cissie

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Criterion Theatre, Simonstown. Wallace Reid & Bebe Daniels, The Dancin' Fool
2) Gandey's Comedy Circus
3) 7th Belfast Troop Boy Scouts' Concert will be held in Rangers Hall, Malone Avenue on 17th November 1932

7th Belfast Troop Boy Scouts Programme

Great Northern Railway Company (Ireland) 15th October 1941? John Beattie, Rent of Plot at Balmoral Station

Cigars

from Stella with love

Willie Beattie, Ormeau Park Infants N. School, Never Absent, E. J. McClure

Corporation of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne 1919

1944-45 Clothing Book Fermanagh

                                         Elvis Presley                                                  Cliff Richards     Audie Murphy

The Bachelors                                                       The Searchers
                                                                             on back Betty Love John out off the Searchers

In Loving Memory of My Dear Husband Hugh William McKee 13th June 1917 Artana Burying Ground Martha McKee

Jack Beattie 21 Albion Street
Jack Beattie, 42 Balfour Avenue
Alicia Lowry, 147 McClure Street off Ormeau Road
Thomas Lowry                  ""               ""
Albert Lowry,                   ""               ""

             9 Jan 1949 W. Beattie, Capetown                   147 McClure Street, Ormeau Road, Belfast
                                                                                       W. J. Ferguson, 5 Anson Road, Tufnell Park, London N. 7

To Aunt from Lily, Mary, Emily                                        From P. Muscat to L. Alicia 1921
 
September 1941 Mr. Jack Beattie, 147 McClure Street, Botanic Avenue, Belfast
Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith request the pleasure of the company of  Mr. Jack Beattie at the marriage of their daughter Violet to William T. Beattie at St. Peter's Church, Antrim Road on Saturday, September 27th 1941 and afterwards at The Orpheus, 9 Ashfield Gardens, Belfast

The Great Turpin, Yankee Dan, Charlie Chaplin, Mr. Levinski, Mr. De Villiers, Grand White-eyed Kaffir
Criterion Theatre, Simonstown

January 1924 Northern Motor Company, 79 Smithfield, Belfast - The bearer John Beattie has been taught to drive by us and has attended a course of instructions on the mechanism and running repairs to different makes of cars. He now drives well, and we consider him capable of taking charge of a car. The Northern Motor Car signed D. Spence
Messrs. Gormley's, Market Street, Strabane

10.4.19 to Master J. Beattie, 42 Balfour Avenue, Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland from J. Darganel G.L.V.A.D.?
16.7.19 to Master J. Beattie, 313 Sunderland Road, Gateshead on Tyne, England from J. Darganel G.S.V.A.D.?


17th July 1923 21 Erin Street, Belfast
Dear Jack, We received your letter to-day all right and we see by it that you are still working. Your Mother is out of hospital and is keeping bravely. I am sending you a Money Order for 25, and you can go to Cape Town to the Post Office, and get the money for it, you just have to sign your name at the bottom of it, and if they ask you in the Post Office who it is from, you just say it's from your Father, John Beattie, Belfast.  When you get the money, go over to the Union Castle Office, and book the Boat, take your Black Box and your case into the Cabin with you, don't put anything into the Hold, and you won't have any bother, when you get to London, get all your labels for the Cabin. The Customs Officers comes on the Boat at Tilbury, and you won't have anything to pay for, anybody on the Ship will show you how to fill up the Forms, there is not much in it.  When you get off the Tender at Tilbury, you go to St. Pancras Station, and then you go to Euston Station and catch the 5-20 train for Fleetwood and this train lands you at the Boat. When you go to the Post Office, and the Shipping Office, take your Passport with you, as you will have to show it, your ticket by the first Intermediate Steamer that is sailing, and you can write and let us know the name of the Steamer and when you are sailing.  I am sending you a slip of paper about the Gloucester Castle, and you can hand it into the Shipping Office, and you will get your ticket for 19-16-0, so that will leave you with 5-4-0, you will have to pay 3/- on the Boat for a ticket from Tilbury to St. Pancras, London, and 1.15.3 from Euston Station, London, to Belfast, so you should have a couple of pounds left to carry you on your way, so you will have to watch and not spend any money on the Boat, except the tips you give to the Stewards. When you bring your luggage on..  I think this is all the instructions I can give you, so see and read this well so that you will know what to do and carry this letter with you and you can always look at it and see what you have to do next.  When you are signing the Money Order in the Post Office, sign your name John Beattie, Jr.  When you give the Paper of the Gloucester (line at crease illegible) about it you can say that it was a double ticket and that I give it to them when I was sailing on the Durham Castle on the 4th June, so I think it will be all right. Now don't forget to read this carefully and let us know when you are sailing, Cissie is sending you a note also. Father Mother xx

20-1-1938 Glen Villa, Park Road, Cape Town to Miss C. Beattie, 21 Albion Street, Belfast, Ireland
My Dear Miss Beattie, I am sure you will be more than surprised at hearing from me after such a long time, I hope this letter will find you all in the best of health & happy. I have had a lot of trouble since I last wrote to you & may as well tell you, my husband fell in with another woman, so the trouble ended up in a divorce case, so now I am alone, after all the trouble was over. I had to do something for my living so I started to do Cartage Contracting and I have got 2 Lorrys but it is very hard work finding work for the Lorreys. That was the reason I could not write to you before as I was away in the Country doing work with my Lorreys that's what has happened to me since I last wrote to you dear Miss Beattie, what do you think of China & Japan, is it not to bad, one can see that the whole world is in a bad state but I must thank God we have not much trouble in Cape Town only that their is not much money heir. I hope all you people over their are not having a hard time I may tell you Cape Town is looking at its best all the old buildings has been pulled down and new ones put up so I don't think you would know the Town if you wher to come to it again which I hope you will some day, the only thing I don't like heir is the big storms we have heir as I am writing to now thair is a terribale storm, the South Easter wind is blowing fore all its worth, oh well, I suppose we must be put up with it as its Gods work. Dear Miss Beattie I will write you a long letter after I heir from you again so good by & God bless you & your Family. May you have a happy new year I remain yours K. Wood
Since I have been divorced I had to go back on my Maiden name so please address all letters to Miss Kathleen Wood and not in the name Seller

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18 June 23 to Mr. J. Beattie, No. 1 Stowe Street, Salt River, Cape Town, South Africa from Cissie - Dear Jack, Just a PC to let you know that we are having a lovely time and are all well, hoping you the same. We arrive at Las Palmas tomorrow. Hoping to see you soon. With love
2) date unclear to Mr. Jack Beattie, 42 Balfour Avenue, Belfast from Florrie - We are having grand weather down here
3) to Jack from Harry and Cissie xxx - Dear Jack, hoping you are keeping well and enjoying yourself. I see you are looking well, with love
4) 1936 to Mrs. Barrett, 180 Joanmount Gardens, Belfast, N. Ireland from Jim, Albert Private Hotel, 117 Albert Road, Blackpool - Arrived OK. Didn't find digs until about 9 o'c. People in house awfully red carpet. Grub good you know! All be seeing you I hope
5) 29-10-18 to Master J. Beattie, 42 Balfour Avenue, Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland from J. D. - With best love to all
6) 28 March 1919 to Master Jack Beattie, 42 Balfour Avenue, Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland from J. Darganel, G.S.V.A.D. - Love to you
   
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30 May 1918 to Master Jack Beattie, 42 Balfour Avenue, Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland from J. Darganel - Love to you
2) The General Post Office - Jack
3) 29 October 1924 to Mr. Jack Beattie, 21 Albion Street, off Great Victoria Street, Belfast from Mother - Dear Jack, A card hoping this finds you well, has Jenn? being up since or Bella, with best love
4) 15 October 1919 Our Billete in Cologne - Jackie from TW or WT
5) 1938 Whitby to Miss G. Barrett, 180 Joanmount Gardens, Belfast, Ulster from Cissie - Have had a lovely time so far. The weather in Portrush was very good but it has been lovely since we came. I am feeling very sore just now as I have been for a long tramp since 10 a.m., only arrived back at 5.45 p.m. had lunch ? out of doors. Love to all

Skippington Bathing House, Bangor 19 March 1914? to Miss Alicia Lowry, Ward 13, The Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast from J. K. Magee - Hope you are keeping better Alicia. How is your dollie, I must come up for it some day.

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1912? to Mr. Thomas Lowery, c/o Mr. Ferguson, 61 McClure Street, off Orrman (Ormeau?), Belfast from R. Dickson, Post Office, Uddingston - Dear Tom, Will be over on Saturday First. Hoping you are all well. This is where the too girls got Drowned.
2) 1914 to Mr. T. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland from W. Dickson - Spending the day here lovely weather
3) 30 December to Miss A. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast, Ireland from Willie - Having a good time here
4) 19 August 1919 to Miss Alicia Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast from Sarah - Dear Alicia, Having a good day here, lovely & dry, wishing you were here, with love
5) May 191? to Mr. Thomas Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast from ? - Dear Cousin, this is a P.C. to let youse know we received the Present for Lizzie, they are lovely and we all thank Tommy and you for your kindness, my Father would have took them to her only he is not too well but she might be up tonight, she will be delighted when she sees them, will write soon
6) 1910 Postmark Bothwell, Lanarkshire to Mrs. Lowry, c/o Mrs. Cooke, Castle Espie, Comber, Co. Down, Ireland - We are enjoying ourselves, taking tour into Hamilton to-day. M. D.

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29 ? 1912 to Mr. Thomas Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Ormeau Road, Belfast from 'your loving sister Leah'? - Dear Tommy, You will be surprised to hear I was not sick, we had a grand night, the were all singing, it made the time go round, we were in Ardrossan by 3 o'clock but we had to go to Glasgow at wait to 25 to 6 o'clock, we are all enjoying ourselves grand, we are at Lizzie's Saturday evening, this is her house marked, it is lovely, all her orders, we are made welcome by all, Matthew is grand, love to all
2) 1918 or 1912 to Albert Lowry, Moss-side, Bridge-End, Derriaghy, Co. Antrim from J. L. - Will be coming in the 3 ? train on Saturday, Hoping all is enjoying themselves.
3) With Best Love from Publio Muscat to Alicia L.
4) 22 August 1910 to Mr. Thos. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland - Spending a weekend down here, weather broken down, would have been as well at home. Hope you have got over your sea sickness & ? every day. Mother is still troubled with the pain yet. Hope you are all well, Yours J. D.?
5) 13 July 1913 to Mrs. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast from ? Douglas I.O.M.
6) Wishing you many Happy Returns of the Day, From Tom with love

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Best Love from Publio Muscat, Malta, Balzan to Belfast
2) 13 Sept 1919 Postmark Killy? to Miss Alicia Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast from Mother - Having a good time, the weather ?????
3) 21 July 1916 Postmark Portrush to Miss ? Lowry, c/o Mrs. McClelland, Orchard Valley, Stewartstown Road, Dun? (scored out) 147 McClure Street, Belfast from Mattie - Have you got the hat Lizzie Hughes & I will be in Belfast on Sunday, we might see you. Have got your new dress. What about ????
4) Dear Alicia, this is some building eh? with best love from Publio Muscat
5) To Alicia from John Mary - Best Wishes
6) 4 March 1935 to Mr. L. H. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, City - Dear Father, Many Happy returns on your 21st Birthday, Love Alicia

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26 Jan 1914 to Mrs. T. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast from Alicia - Dear Mother and Father, My leg is a good bit better to-day. I slept well all night. With love
2) August Postmark Bangor to Mrs. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Ormeau Road, Belfast from Father - Dear daughter Beatrice Avenue, This is just a P.C. to let you know I am well & enjoying myself watching the ladies & gentlemen bathing together at Pickie. I am very comfortable & has some great walks with plenty of nice girls. with love, your loving Father
3) Dear Alicia, I am more than glad to hear that you are some better, yours truly, J. Gibson
4) 3-6-23 to Miss Alicia Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Ormeau Road, Belfast from 1 Rosebery Avenue, Port Elizabeth, S.A. - Dearest Alicia, Such an age since I had a letter from you. Hope you & all are quite well. I have been away for a fort-night - my holiday 14th to 28th May. Had a lovely peaceful holiday. Visited Glen Avon Falls. Very pretty, took some snaps of same. A number of letters to write this mail, excuse pc, better than nothing, what ? you. Write soon, Alicia. Love, your friend (name missing)
5) 13 September 1919 to Mr. T. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast from Emily - Enjoying ourselves, love from
6) Dear Alacia, Just a few lines to let you know that I am very happy in America, and I bought this for you, and now tell me if it pleased you or not, this is the best one, than I can choose and you will soon receive one of my photo, Hoping to hear soon. Goodbye xxxxxx

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from Jack to Mrs. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Mrs. Lowry, just a p.c. to let you know I am doing well and working away. How is all the family doing on the misses, tell them all I am asking for them, I will have a good time of it as ?, tell Mrs. Blakely I am asking about her, goodbye all, write son
2) To Albert from Fred
3) This is the Elevator Bridge, runs from South to North of the New York City. Best love from Publio Muscat xxx
4) With best love from T. M. to Albert
5) 26 April 1917 Postmark Folkstone to Mr. Tom Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland from R. Dickson - Dear Tom, I am now waiting for the Boat for France. Hope you are all well. with love
6) 13 August 1910 Postmark Donaghadee to Mr. T. H. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast from A. McC. - Dear Mrs. Lowry, I am just after holding Tommy from hitting a Bobbie, he is outrageous

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Dear Alicia, My friend wants to know if Mary is married or not, if she is not, tell her to send a letter with yours in same envelope but his name is Vincent B.
2) Dear Alacia, From your sinceerly Publio Muscat To My Sinceerly, Alacia Lowry Best Love
3) 10 June 1916 to Mrs. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast from Emily - Having a nice time
4) 12 August 1913 Postmark Londonderry to Mr. Albert Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast - Having a good day
5) 7 June 1913 Postmark Dumfries to Mr. T. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland - This is where I am spending a holiday. Very nice place. Hoping you are all well as it leaves me all well.
6) 18 July 1914 Postmark Douglas I.O.M. to Mrs. T. Lowry c/o Mr. Ferguson, 61 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast - This is where I am spending the week. Having fine weather, yours

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1914 to Miss Alicia Lowry, 13 Mulholland Ward, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, City from J. Gibson - Dear Alicia, I am glad to hear you are keeping better, Hope to see you soon with love
2) 17 July 1919 Postmark Coleraine to Miss A. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast from Mary - Having a fine time, lovely weather
3) 7 December 1921 Postmark Hoboken N.J. to Miss Alecia Lowrie, 61 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland c/o Miss E. Ferguson from Hetty? - With all good wishes for a Merry Christmas & a bright and Prosperous New Year. Lovingly
4) 19 August 1919 Postmark Warrenpoint to Mr. Albert Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast - Dear Albert, I am having a good day here, wish you were here, I will be down on Saturday if weather is good, good bye
5) 29 January 1914? to Miss Alicia Lowry, Royal Victoria Hospital, Mulholland Ward, No. 13, Belfast, Ireland from Oswald - Dear Alicia, I hope you are keeping better, I go to school every day
6) to Mrs. Lowry, 147? McClure Street, Belfast from Tommy Lyttle

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17 April 1911 Postmark Cushendall to Mrs. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast from Jeannie Johnston
2) 20 August 1912 Postmark Paisley to Mrs. T. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast from Maggie Kennedy, 7 Wardrop Street, Paisley - Dear Friend, I arrived home all right, we had a lovely passage, hope this P.C. will find you all well as it leaves us the same.
3) 7 April 1915 Postmark Bray to Mrs. Boyd, 56 Cromwell Road, Belfast - Dear Mrs. Boyd, Hope you managed to enjoy the ? holiday & that the painters are doing everything to your satisfaction - They all thought I was looking very well - Thanks to you - We are enjoying ourselves very muck - the weather is glorious. Best love Mrs. M????
4) Dear Alicia, I hope you are well, I am sending this little Baby for your big Darkey. Love from Ida
5) 1920? to Mrs. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast, Ireland, off Ormeau Road from Albert - Dear Mother, I arrived safe, having a good time here, Plenty of sport here
6) Wishing you many Happy Returns of the Day from Albert & Rachel

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July 1910 Postmark Bothwell, Lanarkshire to Mrs. Lowry, c/o Mrs. Cooke, Castle Espie, Comber, Co. Down, Ireland from Tommy - Dear Jennie, This is a fine place, going on to Hamilton
2) Dear Alacia, Just a few lines to let you know that I received your and your friends P.C. and I was very glad of seeing some Irish views, and they are very nice because I like the Country places too much and hoping u having a good time at Comber. And these P.C. are of New J. City and the one showing the scene on night time. and this City is very nice and I am having a good time here too, the weather is not very nice either. Yours sincerely, T. Muscat. Best love to Alacia xxx
3) 19 June 1912 Postmark Stirling to Mr. T. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland - Lovely weather here, W. Dickson
4) Dear Alicia, Glad to hear you are some better. I hope you will soon be able to be up, with love from J. Gibson
5) August 1912? to Albert Lowry, Mosside, Bridge End, Derriaghy, Dunmurry, Co. Antrim - Dear Albert, I will be coming up about the sane time, hoping all is in good health, Father
6) to Miss Alicia Lowry, Bridgend, Derriaghy, Dunmurry from Father - Dear Alicia, Hoping all is well, I am working late every night. I might be working late on Saturday, not quite sure. If not will be coming up early

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26 July 1910 to Miss Alicia Lowry, c/o Mrs. Cooke, Castle Espie, Comber, Co. Down from Lily - Hope you are having a good time and having plenty of fun, don't forget the cockels
2) 10 August 1932 Postmark Ardglass to Mrs. Lowry, 174 McClure Street, Belfast from M. Pinkerton - Having a good time here, down for holidays, very good weather
3) To Alicia, From Publio, With Best Love
4) 16 April 1913 to Mr. Thomas Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland from W. Dickson - Lovely day here spending a holiday
5) 20 July 1915 Postmark Rothesay to Mr. Thomas Lowry, 147 McClure Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast from T. Dickson - Spending three days here, very short holiday this year, hoping you are all well.
6) Postmark Glasgow to Miss A. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ireland from Sarah, 13 Thomson Street, Partick - Dear Alicia, Having a good time here, will likely be home on Monday. Hope you are all well.
  
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Miss S. McClelland
2) To Alicia, From John
3) Dear Alicia, Oh, How I wish I can kiss you like that, With best love from P. Muscat
4) 31st July 1913 Postmark Seacombe, Birkenhead to Misses D. & W. Attfield, 31 Biet (Beit) Street, Donegall Road, Belfast (Father is Nathanial, postman according to 1918 Street Directory) from 'you know' - You would never guess who this is from except you ask Percy, weather very warm hear, kind regards
5) 27 July 1910 to Mrs. Lowry, c/o Mrs. Cooke, Castle Espie, Comber, Co. Down, Ireland fro,. T. or J. L. - I saw Matthew in Paisley, 14 miles from Uddingston, not looking so well, good time
6) Called to Arms - Dear Alicia, it looks like you and me when we meet. With best love from T. Muscat
     
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Grant's Tomb, N.Y. - Best love from T. Muscat xxx - Dear Alacia, I received your P.C. from Comber and I am having a good time in New York City, Good luck
2) 29 January 1931 Postmark Isleworth, Middlesex to Mr. H. Jordan, 21 Erin Street, Belfast from H. McRoberts, Ph.C., The Rexall Pharmacy, 4 Shaftesbury Square, Belfast
3) Old Scottish Village - 20 September 1911 Postmark Uddingston to Mrs. Lowrie, 147 McClure Street, Belfast from Chrissie - Please pardon delay in writing. Have been so busy since I came back. I had a nice time at Dunoon. Many thanks for all your kindness to me during my stay in Belfast
4) Dear Alacia, I am very sorry of not receiving your pretty photo. You've told me that you despatched it but I never received it. Please send it over Sa???? Goodbye xx Don't you forget them (gold flake siggaretts) Yours sinceerly T. Muscat

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6th August 1940 to Mrs. Lowry, 149 McClure Street, Belfast, N. Ireland from J. Fleming, Bailieborough - Hope you had a nice holiday, sorry I did not see you last time. I called. Give my love to Lishia. I expect May is away by this time. The weather has been lovely. Sincerely yours
2) Dear Alacia, I hope you like Comber and you enjoying yourself and I will write you a letter another few days, because I've got much to do. Best love from Muscat xxxx
3) Dear Alacia, I am in New York and it is very nice City and here are plenty of girls but I'll never speak with them because I have got you. Goodbye xxx Alacia Lowry, I am your Sinceerly Publio Muscat
4) 20 June 1951 Postmark Cobh Eire to Mr. R. McCawley, 16 Napier Street, Sandy Row, Belfast from Ena & Bill - Dear Bob, We are going out in the tender to meet the Washington, the children are well and behaved well, we had a good night and were up at 5 p.m. this morning? Will write later
5) 1915 to Miss A. Lowry, Bridgend, Derriaghy, Dunmurry from Auntie - My Dear Alicia, I am sure you wondered I did not write before this, I was sick ever since but I am all right now
6) 19 April 1924? Postmark Newcastle-on-Tyne to Mrs. & Mrs. Lowry, 147 McClure Street, Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ireland from Jack - Dear Uncle & Antie, Just a P.C. hoping this finds you O.K. as it leaves me. I have started to have a good time here. The weather is great, Yours Jack

J. & A.