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1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

Postcard Album & a few photos Mackie - Mackey

Page Two

PCs in chronological order

Phillips, Photographer, Belfast

Thompson's Studio, 5 Wellington Place, Belfast

Printed in Ireland by J. Johnson, 24 William Street South, Belfast

Alexander Total Abstainers Flute band

POSTCARDS

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1) 14th July 1905(?) Postmark Belfast to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, I am having a splendid time, lovely weather. I am sorry that I have to go home, will be home to-night. Maud
2) 5th August 1905(?) Postmark Templepatrick to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, I suppose you know where this is from, we are enjoying ourselves well. Emily McCallum
3) 30th December 1905 Postmark Co. Tyrone to Mr. James Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - I suppose you never got a ride on a Trone donkey, this is the picture of some of them. Wishing you a happy New Year. E. Kelly
4) 30th December 1905 Postmark Co. Tyrone to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Father came home on Tuesday. Wishing you all a happy New Year, this view is near the Station at Stewartstown. Hoping to see you up here in the summer time, with love, Ira Kelly

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1) 3rd July 1906 Postmark Bangor 'General View, Bangor' to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - M.
2) 12th July 1906 Postmark Campbeltown to Mr. James Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland
3) 12th July 1906 Postmark Whitehead to Miss R. Morton, 76 Marine Street, Belfast - I am enjoying myself. Ena
4) 15th July 1906 Postmark Bundoran, Co. Donegal to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - We are having a grand time. Annie xxxxxx
5) 25th July 1906 Postmark ? to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - from you know

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1) 3rd August 1906 Postmark Bangor 'Esplanade, Bangor, Co. Down' to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Enjoying myself well. Minnie
2) 13th August 1906 Postmark Warrenpoint to Master James Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Havelock House, Promenade, Warrenpoint 13-8-06 Dear James, We are enjoying our stay in this place very much. It is delightful to get up the mountains. Baby is much better now & is greatly excited over Boats & Trains. I felt lonely yesterday without the Sunday Schools & afternoon Bible Class. I will (D.V.) be with you on Sunday next. Yours etc. H. Glass
3) 13th August 1906 Postmark Warrenpoint to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Warrenpoint 13.8.06 Dear Ena, We are having a delightful quiet time here & we are feeling great benefit from our stay, but will be glad to get home again at the end of the week. With love from us all. Yours, A. G.
4) 17th August 1906 Postmark Belfast to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - I am sure you would like these flowers but you would not like to pluck them. When you were young I am sure you were like this girl
5) 13th September 1906 Postmark Belfast to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - See that you visit Port Sunlight while this procession is on, & you will be able to pick out a nice wee boy for Minnie Magill. You will always find boys for yourself nearer home.

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1) 29th July 1907 Postmark Larne to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ennie, thought you would have been down during Holidays, hopping Jamsie & Father & Mother are all well. Laura is well and running about, tell Mother that I am not pleased with her for not coming, love to all, I remain L. B. write soon
2) 24th August 1907 Postmark Dublin to Mr. Gramah (Graham) 21 New Dock Street, Belfast - Hope you are keeping better, you were not well for Dublin. From Nellie Mc

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1) 28th January 1908 Postmark Belfast to Mr. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 95 The Mount, Belfast 28-1-08. Dear Mr. Mackie, The Rector would like if you could possibly attend a meeting tomorrow evg. Wednesday in Parochial Hall at 7.30 o'c in connection with Mr. Smith's Presentation. W. L.
2) 4th July 1908 Postmark Donaghadee 'Donaghadee Harbour' to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Enjoying myself well, Maud
3) 5th September 1908 Postmark Larne to W. J. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear James, Hope you are all quite well, glad to hear of your safe arrival home. Mother intends being in Belfast soon, hopping to see you all then, with love from Laura & all, Willie
4) 21st September 1908 Postmark Larne to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ennie, I thought you would have wrote before this, I was in Belfast but it poured rain all day so I did not get out of Egas(?) I had Willie & Lana & Sonny all with me so I got a dissapointment, write soon with love from L. B.
5) 24th December 1908 Postmark Belfast to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 or 35 Limestone Road, Belfast - Best wishes for a pleasant Xmas. Nettie Simpson

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1) 24th December 1908 Postmark Belfast to Master J. Mackie, 25 or 35 Limestone Road, Belfast - Hoping you will have a good time at Xmas, Yours N. Simpson

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1) 2nd February 1909 Postmark Belfast to Master James Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 2/2/09 Dear James, Will you please not come tonight as I will not be home till late, Trusting you are well & expecting to see you on Saturday. Yours N. Simpson
2) February 1909 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Best Wishes for a Happy Birthday. From Minnie
3) 5th June 1909 Postmark Helen's Bay to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, Just arrived with the last load. Having a good time, Maud. Put me amongst the girls.
4) 13th July 1909 Postmark Campbeltown to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Oh what a day we are having. T. C.
5) 23rd July 1909 Postmark ? to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, We are having a grand time, lovely weather, picnics, bathing and all sorts of amusements, will be over to soon. From A. C. Sausage
6) 11th August 1909 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 164 York Street, Belfast, Aug. 11, 1909 Dear Ena, Sorry to hear you were so ill. I was getting some questions on Mathematical Geog. from Mr. Brownrigg but fortunately I answered them correctly. Let me know how you are. W. Bracken. Had a lovely holiday at Whitehead. Hope to see you soon. Mary Croft . If you are wise(?) read up for he will be asking you did you do so!!
7) 18th August 1909 500 Delo????? ?? Montreal, Canada - Dear Miss Mackey, arrived home safe, had a splendid passage, not sick, boys are glad to have me home again. We are having lovely weather. I hope your little girl has got quite well again, from yours sincerely B. J. McBride(?)
8) 21st August 1909 Postmark Stranraer to Mrs. Wm. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Isn't this a lovely place, I wish you had come, Ena
9) 9th December 1909 Postmark Port Said to Mr. & Mrs. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - R.M.S. Orviets. Just to wish you all a happy Christmas, this is a view of Naples, such a lovely place with its coloured houses, we anchored in the Bay all day on Sunday & thought & prayed for you all. We were few in number as most of the people went ashore but we did not like to go as it was Sunday. We have had a most lovely passage so far & enjoyed seeing Gibraltar & Marseilles, Mrs. B. is very busy at those precious notes, so you will see all about our doings. Ena will please give my love to my chicks. L. Forbes

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1) 18th December 1909 to Mrs. Forbes, c/o General Post Office, Launceston, Tasmania - 18/12/09 25 Limestone Road, Belfast. Dear Miss Forbes, We received your P.C. all right and we were thinking you would have had a rough passage. We hope Mr. & Misses Brownrigg are doing well and we hope you will have a safe passage till you return. Mr. & Misses Houlston are doing well. (We have been praying for you) Love from all. Father says are you for sending him a Turkey for Xmas. J. M.

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1) 14th March 1910 Postmark Belfast to Master J. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 14/3/1910 Dear James, I expected to be detained  at business tomorrow, please come as usual on the 22nd & oblige. Yours, etc. N. Simpson
2) 29th March 1910 Postmark Belfast to Mr. J. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, City - Got your P.C. what kind of suit do you require, serge or tweed, would you want long trousers, if so let me know as early as possible. A. M.
3) 20th June 1910 Postmark Southern Glasgow to Master J. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Hope you are A.1. Yours N. Simpson
4) 20th June 1910 Postmark Southern Glasgow to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, Hope you are quite well. I am having a pleasant time just now. Yours N. Simpson
5) 14th July 1910 Postmark Ballycarry(?) to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, We are having a very good time here & lovely weather, yours A. McE.
6) 20th July 1910 Postmark Montreal, Que. to Mrs. Mackey, 26 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Arrived alright. Mother thanks you very kindly for the nice present & hopes you are well, was very sorry to hear of Aunts ????? ?d. McB.
7) 9th August 1910 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Card received this morning, we expected you & Mother down today, we are having a good time and lovely weather, we saw Mr. G. yesterday & also Mr. Mrs. Colins. We had them for tea & spent the evening together. There is a train at before 10 oc, we will be at the station, don't disappoint us. Annie
8) 29th August 1910 to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, I hope to be home on Sat. 3rd Sept. & trust to see you on Wed. I had only intended to stay the fortnight but they seemed to think I needed another week. Yours N. Simpson
9) 24th December 1910 Postmark Belfast to Mr. James Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - With Hearty Greetings, Yours Sincerely Nettie H. Simpson

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1) 24th December 1910 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear E., If you have no other engagement on we would like if you would come up on Monday & spend the evening with is. Come early & avoid crush. Martha

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1) 4th March 1911 - 500 delainner arl Montreal, Canada My dear Ena, Just a little remembrance for Patricks day  and love to all from yours sincerely R. J. McBride
2) 28th April 1911 Postmark Magheramorne to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ennie, you will think I have forgotten about all of you. I was intend to be home before this, but as I feel as better healthy I just stay a few days longer. Give my regards to all at home. From A. McEwen
3) 16th June 1911 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear E. I think we forgot to ask you to come up on Sat but mind and come early. Min. excuse bad writing
4) 2nd September 1911 Postmark Montreal, Que. to Miss Mackie, 26 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - least you forget from ? R. J. McBride
5) 2nd September 1911 Postmark Cushendall to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, I am having a good time, lovely weather, Maude
6) 5th September 1911 Postmark Donaghadee to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Copeland House, Donaghadee. Dear Ena, What did you think of my sticky back? not very much I'm sure. Every sticky I get taken they make my eyes stare out of my head. Mamma says it is the very model of me because I'm always staring anyway. Is not this exquisite weather? lovely here at present. I'm returned to school again. If you happen to send a P.C. do not put anything outrageous on it because Mamma gets every one of my cards and reads them on me. I got one from Wright the other day, from Douglas and he had it written in Latin and she could not understand it so she would not give it to me until she had it read by a Latin Scholar, so I was very nearly being strung up, but I'm living yet. I have our house marked in ink but you would not be able to make it out. I can't get a better view of it.
 Yours as ever Ellie P.S. I might be up some Saty. soon & will call on you. Send me a P.C. tomorrow to Mount Alexander National School, D'Dee instead of to the house and then she will not get reading it. Address it Mt. Alexander N.S., Donaghadee
7) 12th October 1911 Postmark Donaghadee to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Mt. Alexander N.S., Donaghadee. Dear Ena, I will be round at your house about half past one on Saturday. If you are dressed you could accompany me to the Junction. I've such a lot of messages to do. I won't have long time to wait. Hoping this will find you A1 as it leaves me the same except an odd time when these kids get on my nerves. I declare but sometimes I half murder them. Yours as ever Ellie. P.S. You need not answer this card.
8) 12/12/11 480 delori??? ave(?) Montréal, Canada - To my dear friend Mrs. Mackie, Wishing you a very prosperous new year from yours sincerely. N. B. McBride. Hope you will like this ? ?

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1) 26th February 1912 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, City - 26.2.12 My Dear Ena, "For remembrance sake" Farewell
2) 28th February 1912 Postmark Lisburn to Miss E. Mackie, c/o Miss A. McEwen, 63 Bentinck Street, Belfast - Dear Enie, I wish you many Happy returns and hope this will find you all in good health. Mrs. Brownrigg called to-day, I had very little time to speak as it was dinner-hour. Yours sincerely E. M. Davidson
3) 29th February 1912 Postmark Belfast to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Local - To thee my friend this card I send Wishing you many happy returns. Nellie
4) 1st April 1912 Postmark Jersey City, N.J. to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - ????????? we leave here on our Western Trip. I am very busy getting ready. J. A. W.?
5) 7th June 1912 Postmark Bangor  'Bangor' to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, I am down here for the afternoon, having a good time. Maude

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1) 24th June 1912 Postmark Victoria B.C. to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear E, I am sure you are a big girl now, I like this place fine, I have met a lot of people here from home, they are all doing well. I hope you have got a good position. Best wishes to Father & Mother and Jim, we are having dandy weather now, only one wet day since I came. Jan?
2) 8th July 1912 Postmark Rostrevor to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Ena, I am having a good time here, they are all very nice girls at the home, we have great fun a meal times. You will not know me when I get home, hoping your mother is well, with love from Maude
3) 9th July 1912 Postmark Rostrevor to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Ena, I got your welcome letter & I cant thank your Mother & yourself for being so kind to Mrs. ?, she would be very lonely without you. I am having a great time here, plenty of fun. We go into Warrenpoint every day, indeed there is a lot of nice places to go to & we have plenty of time, the lady is very nice at the home. I am ashamed at meal time of what I eat. We are for having a picnic tomorrow to Carlingford & Narrowwater. Hoping this will find all well. Your loving friend Maude
4) 10th July 1912 Postmark Whitehead 'Ena at Whitehead, Ena wore a hobble skirt, Tied tightly in a bow, And everywhere that Ena went, She simply couldn't go' to  Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, Having a good time just had a good walk down here this evg. wish you were here. Love from Minnie
5) 10th July 1912 Postmark Whitehead to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, We are all having a splendid time here, it is very stormy to-day. Ena McKeown
6) 10th July 1912 Postmark Whitehead to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, I am having a great time. We have just walked into here now. I wish you were with us, we would give you a dip. Plenty of swanks down this evening as this is Wednesday. Martha
7) 10th July 1912 Postmark Rostrevor to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Ena, I got your letter all right and also Postal Order, it was very nice of Mother sending it. I have just got it in time as we are going to the picnic tomorrow, it was to stormy today. We went up Rostrevor Hills this afternoon & had plenty of fun. Maude

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1) 12th July 1912 Postmark Rostrevor to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Ena, I got P.C. to-day. I see by it you are having some rain, it is terrible here to-day, but all the same we are out, had a splendid evening yesterday. I will be leaving here on Saturday at 4.15 p.m. arriving in Belfast about six o'clock, yours etc. Maude
2) 15th June 1912 Postmark Wa?????????? to Miss Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Farewell
3) 13th September 1912 Postmark Liverpool to Mrs. W. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - 13th Sep. 1912 Dear Sarah, a few times to let you know that I arrived all write, with many thanks to you and your husband for your kindness towards me.
4) 18th September 1912 Postmark Toronto, Ont. to Miss Enna Mackie, 23 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - I have come to Toronto for a little holiday, am having a good time. Mrs. M. Bride or McBride
5) 21st September 1912 Postmark Quebec to Mrs. W. Mackie, 25 Lime Store Road, Belfast, Ireland - My Dear Sard(?) Just a few lines to let you know that I arrived a write but had a rough passage, with love to all from Annie, 19 Sep.
6) 21st September 1912 Postmark Newtownstewart - Mr. James Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear James, I have had a splendid, will be home on Wed. 25 inst. Yours N. Simpson

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1) 20th November 1912 Postmark ? 'Welcome to Tamlaght' to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Mother, We are all doing well, and we have got good lodgings, there is plenty of snow and we will be home tomorrow evening all been well. J. M.
2) 27th November 1912 Postmark Upperlands to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Mother, we hope you are all doing well, we landed yesterday about 9.30 o'c and we ran about looking for the School, we left the tools and we were coming to get a car when we fell in with the lad the job the he told us we could not get a car there, we had to walk back 2 short miles. J. M. It is very rough here, blowing a gale.
3) 18th ? 1912 Postmark ? to Mr. & Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - My Dear Mrs. Mackey, You will be surprised to know I come home on Tuesday. Mother was ill, she wanted home so I thought it best. I would love to have had you down with me, but I can't help it now. Hoping to see you all soon, yours truly M. Collins

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1) 5th March 1913 Postmark Montreal, Que. to Via New York, Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - 4th March 1913 Dear Ena, I send you a P.C. to let you know that I am well, hoping you the same as I thought I would remind you of me on St. Patricks Day, with fond love from Annie
2) 5th March 1913 Postmark Montreal, Quebec to Via New York, Mrs. J. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - 4th March 1913 Dear Jamsie, I send you a P.C. to let you know that I have not forgotten you yet, I thank you ever so much for your nice box of hankerchief, hoping you are well, with love from Annie
3) 5th March 1913 Postmark Montreal, Que. to Via New York Mr. W. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - 4th March 1913 Dear William, A P.C. to let you know that I am on the lands of the living still, hoping you are enjoying good health, as for work I know you are Bussie, with love from Annie
4) 5th March 1913 Postmark Montreal, Que to Via New York, Mrs. W. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - 4th March 1913 Dear Sarah, a P.C. to let you know that I a well, hoping you the same. I received your letter, I was glad to here from you. I was sorry to here Ellen wa ill. I hope she is better know. with fondest love from Annie
5) 6th March 1913 Postmark Montreal, Que. to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - 5/3/13 Dear Ena, Hope you will have a good time on Patrick's day, from yours sincerely, R. J. McBride, love to all
6) 15th March 1913 Postmark Montreal, Que. to Via New York, Mrs. W/ Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - 4th March 1913 Dear Sarah, a P.C. to let you know that I am well, hoping you the same. I received your letter, I was glad to here from you. I was sorry to here Ellen was ill. I hope she is better. with fondest love from Annie

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1) 20th June 1913 Postmark ? 'Helen's Tower Clandeboye, near Bangor' to Mr. James Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Having a good time

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1) 25th June 1913 Postmark Douglas(?) to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Miss Mackie, How are you getting along without 'yours truly' I suppose you are as busy as a nailer. I think of you occasionally & wonder if you have sold any m - yet. We are having a great time, this is a lovely place. We were at this place on the other side yesterday & are out at Port Soderick at present. We were also at Grendle(?) Green on Monday & saw the Polar Bear & the Sea Lions. It was tifty(?) goodbye till Tuesday. Yours N. S.
2) 28th June 1913 Postmark Douglas I.O.M. to Miss Mackie, 25 Clo Limestone Road, Belfast - I was nearly writing Claremont Street. How have you got on? I am looking forward to Tuesday (I don't think) I'm sure when I do get back I will not be able to work. However I suppose I will have to. We have had a grand time. We were away for a drive yesterday from 2 until 8 at Peel. It was fine. The weather was tip top. We intend going here tomorrow. Yours N.S.
3) 11th July 1913 Postmark Antrim to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - c/o Mrs. Carson, 4 Church Street. Dear Ena, This is a lovely little place to stop in. I am enjoying myself well, I was out for a car drive to-day & was round Shane's Castle on a yaght (yacht). I hope you will enjoy your holidays, with kind regards to all from your friend Maude
4) 14th July 1913 Postmark Ayr to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Having a good time at Ayr. From M. Graham?
5) 17th July 1913 Postmark Antrim to Mr. James Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 4 Church Street, Antrim Thanks very much for P.C. I am still enjoying myself, we have great fun here, the weather is not so bad. With kind regards to your Mother. Yours sincerely, M. McCallum
6) 17th July 1913 Postmark Larne to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Mother, I am having a grand time & I hope you are not lonely. The weather is not so good, we are in Larne at present & were in Larne Harbour. We might be home on Saturday so you needn't be out. The train arrives in Belfast about 8.45 or 9 & if we don't come home on Saturday we will arrive on Sunday about the same time, you can hurry from church & don't go a walk. I am in a hurry to catch the train. Ena
7) 21st July 1913 Postmark Antrim to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, I received your P.C. to-day & I am very glad to know that you have enjoyed your holidays, this is a view of the church I go to here, it is very nice inside, this is a very nice place to stop at. I am out on the lough every day. I know how to row. I am glad my Mother is keeping well, I don't know what she would do without you, Mother Maude
8) July 1913 Postmark Magheramorne to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Mother, I received your P.C. to-day. I am having a grand time & am going to Glenarm tomorrow. The weather was very wet to-day or we would have gone. I didn't write to Mrs. McCallum or Maude but I will write to her, I can take my food grand & never get enough sleep. The 3 of us sleep together & sleep at the stalk, we are up every morning shortly after 7 & after breakfast about 8 then we love good walks. I am not very much sunburnt. Will you be coming down to ? ? ? write & tell me. I hope you will not be lonely, did Ellen go to Ayr. I don't know whether we will be able to stay to Sunday or not but I will write again & tell you when I will come home. Love to all. Ena

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1) 6th August 1913 Postmark Portrush to Miss Mackey, c/o Singers, 7 Antrim Road, Belfast - Dear Miss Mackey, I hope you have not given yourself up to worry since I left. I am having a real good time of it here at Portrush & could not have a more glorious day, the weather is splendid. I hope you enjoyed your half holiday, excuse scribble as I am writing this P.C. in my hand. I am yours sincry. W. Crawford(?)
2) 18th August 1913 Postmark Montreal, Que. to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear ??? Ena, I like this place very well. We are having very hot weather, hotter than when I came first, I am living in hope of it getting cooler. I wouldn't care only for my nose. It still keeps blooming. Tell your Mother, Father & James I was asking for them, from an old friend. A. C.
3) 10th September 1913 Postmark Magheramorne to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, Just a P.C. hope you are well. Mrs. Hamilton was asking for you & Baby is doing extra well, when will you be down to see her. I am getting alright, will soon be home, Annie
4) 12th December 1913 Postmark Cookstown to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - c/o Mrs. Dale(?) Burn Road, Cookstown. Having a fine time here, all well, got good lodgings in the same house of builder. Hoping you are all well. ?
5) 14th December 1913 Postmark Cookstown to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Having a fine time, this is a fine house we are stopping in, hope you are all well, please send me my cuff links as I forgot them, this is the address. c/o Mrs. Dale, Burn Road, Cookstown
6) 19th December 1913 Postmark Cookstown to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Having a good time, will be home on Saturday about 4 o'clock. Last night was a great night in Cookstown, they burned Lundy twice, all the big drums were out.
7) 26th December 1913 Postmark Leeds to Mr. James Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Wishing you all a very happy New Year. Many thanks for P.C. Hope you liked Cookstown. Yours N.(?) Simpson

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1) 13th July 1914 Postmark Whitehead to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Arrived safe, expect you all tomorrow. Love from L. M. Collins
2) 13th July 1914 Postmark Bangor to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - I am having a good time, Jimmie
3) 16th July 1914 Postmark Ballycarry Station to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee. Dear Ena, I received your P.C. to-day, still having a good time. I am going in a motor to-day to Portmuck to spend the day, two pair of us. I am terribly sunburnt, if you just seen me eating, I have got my appetite again. Maude
4) 17th July 1914 Postmark Bal? to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Friday. Dear Ena, Got you P.C. to-day. I don't understand Mother not getting word from me, you see we have only one delivery here in the day. I am still having a good time, remember me to your Mother. Kindest regards to all. Maude
5) 18th July 1914 Postmark Antrim to Mr. James Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - I am no holidays down here, hope you got the 12th over alright. From M. H.
6) 2? July 1914 Postmark Whitehead to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Received P.C., pleased to hear you arrived home safe. Hope & Mother(?) Father and your brother are all keeping very well, not forgetting your dear self. We will be coming home D.V. on Saturday, hope to see you all soon again, yours lovingly McC or M. C.
7) July 1914 Postmark Ballycarry Station to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Sunday Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee. Dear Ena, I am having a good time down here, we are living on the cheap, just after having dinner with the camp boys, this is a lovely little cottage to stop in, the people are very nice. Kind regards to all. Maude
8) 5th August 1914 Postmark Douglas I.O.M. to Mrs. Wm. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Mother, This is a lovely place, it is just crowded, we had a walk round the town & everything is very dear. The lady of the house is very nice & we are just 3 minutes from the sea. I will write a letter later on. Don't worry for I am safe. E??
9) 5th August 1914 Postmark Douglas I.O.M. to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - c/o Mrs. Joughin, 6 Crosby Terrace, Broadway, Douglas, I.O.M. Dear Mother, I arrived safely & had a lovely passage, was not sick. The boat went right to Douglas so we have not to train. We were in about 10.20. Ena
 
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1) 5th August 1914 Postmark Douglas I.O.M. to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - 5.8.14 Dear Mother, I am having a good time, the weather is most beautiful & we spent the day in seeing around us. It is just crowded with thousands of people. We heard the war was begun & some of the people are going home. Should we? If you think it serious write & let me know. I had a good nights rest & slept well. Best love Ena
2) 7th August 1914 Postmark Douglas I.O.M. to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Douglas. Dear Mother, I wonder what has come of you & why you did not write. I am writing on a P.C. every minute. We are having a grand time & I think we will be home on Monday as there won't be a boat till Wednesday which is too late, but I will let you know. The time is flying very fast. Hoping you are all well. Ena(?)
3) 9th & 11th August 1914 Postmark Belfast & Douglas, I.O.M. 'Ward Park from Main Entrance, Bangor' to Miss Ena Mackey, c/o Mrs. Junghin?, 6 Crosby Terrace, Broadway, Douglas I.O.M. 25 Limestone Street Road, Belfast, Ireland - Saturday. Received your P.C., glad to know that you are having a good time, I am spending the afternoon down here, weather is terrible. Kind regards, Maude
4) 14th July 1914 Postmark Ayr to Miss Mack, 46 Victoria Street, Belfast
5) 11th August 1914 Postmark Douglas to Miss Ena Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, c/o Mrs. Joughin, Belfast, 6 Crosby Terrace, Broadway, Ireland, Douglas, I.O.M. - 10/8/14 Dear Miss M., Thanks for pc recd. today. Glad to hear you are having good weather. Today & yesterday has been lovely, but Sat. was fearful. It poured all day. You didn't say what sort of a crossing you had, I hope you will get a fine return journey, so you won't be sick. I am getting along fine ?????, glad to be back but we are very slack owing to the war. I do hope it will soon end & that things will brighten up once more. Hope you will have a good time. Your Mother will be lonely without you. Love from N. S.
6) 12th August 1914 Postmark Londonderry to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - All keeping well, hope you are keeping the same, just after having a walk round the walls and along the quay. We have lost ourselves once or twice there is that  many wee streets. Hope E. got home safe. ? ?

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1) 2nd December 1914 Postmark Knock to Mrs. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Antrim Road, City - Hoping to see you tomorrow as prearranged, hope it won't be like today, you would think the house was blowing down, no ? hope all well A. McEwen

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1) 16th March 1915 Postmark Knock, Co. Down to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, City - Dear Ena, Just a card to see if you could call at our house on Wednesday evening between 3/4 o'c if you have no other engagements. A. McEwen
2) 10th July 1915 Postmark Ballycarry Station to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Shore Cottage, 6 Cloughfin, Islandmagee. Dear Mother, I have arrived here safely & am well, we are going out for a walk before tea time. will write soon, it is a lovely cottage. Hoping to enjoy myself well. Ena
3) 13th July 1915 Postmark ? to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - We are having a very good time here, the weather is lovely. Hope you are well, from Lizzie
4) 13th July 1915 Postmark Whitehead to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 13/7/15 Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee. Dear Mother, I received your letter & am well & am enjoying myself very much. We are having a grand time & we were up this morning at 10.30. We want to go to Whitehead this evening. It is very like rain. Why did James come up on Sat. night. Love to all Ena

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1) 14th July 1915 Postmark Bangor 'To One I Love from Bangor - Bangor Boat leaving the Pier' to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Having a good time, there are very little rain, there are not very many people here. Hope you are all well. James
2) 14th July 1915 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackey, Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee, Co. Antrim - 13/7/15 Dear Ennie, I'm writing to say I'll arrive by the train that leaves here at 12.55. It gets there about 2 (which seems mighty quick) For so I've been told, by that black goods Dick Yours Annie. Meet train. Parcel for you.
3) 14th July 1915 Postmark Belfast to Miss Ena Mackie, Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee - Dear Ena. I receive your Post Card all right. We will be down on Thursday morning. D. Mackie
4) no date (but obviously fits here if you reading following PCs) Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Mother, I arrived here safely & enjoyed myself well. The weather has been very showery, but it is nice & clear to-day. I sleep like a top at night & eat plenty. We were down at the station this morning & were too late for the train, so I did not see Father, I suppose he went away alright. Ena

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1) 14th July 1915 Postmark Ballycarry to Mr. Wm. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 14/7/15 Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee. Dear Father, I am having a grand time down here. We walked into Whitehead on Tuesday, I was looking out for you. It is very showery. Have you got James address, I would like to drop him a P.C. Love to all. Ena
2) 14th July 1915 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackie, Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee - Dear Ena, I hope you are injoying youself, we hade a Post Card from James, he is well. Mrs. McCallum. We will be down at Witehead tomorrow Thursday
3) 15th July 1915 Postmark Ballycarry Station to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 14/7/15 Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee Dear Mother, I received your P.C. this morning but we arranged to go to Mrs. Hamiltons to-day (Thursday) so we shall be unable to see you. Write to let me know if you will be in Whitehead. It is very showery today. Ena
4) 16th July 1915 Postmark Larne to Mrs. Wm. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Larne P. 6 or C., 16/7/15 Dear Mother, I am very sorry we were unable to meet you on yesterday, I thought you would have my letter & then wait till Friday. We had a great day at Mrs. Hamilton & Mrs. Stewart. Do you know what time we arrived home at 11.40. Mrs. Magowan thought we were lost. I will tell you all when I got home, we are spending the day in Larne & since we come it has rained all the time. Ena. I will write later & let you know when we are coming home.
5) 17-July-1915 Postmark Belfast 'Andersonstown, Falls Road, Belfast' to Miss Mackie, Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee - Dear Miss Mackie, Thanks for P.P.C. Glad to know you are having such a good time, I hope you had nicer weather than we have had. I'm looking forward to ??? tonight, sorry I won't see you for such a while. See & be good until I come back, I'm still looking after ___? for you. Kind regards Yours ? M.
6) 17th July 1915 Postmark Belfast to Miss Mackie, Shore Cottage, Cloughfin, Islandmagee, Co. Antrim - Belfast 17.7.15. Dear Miss Mackie, Thanks for you Card with the news that you are well & enjoying yourself. I was not in Whitehead on Tuesday as it was too wet here to venture so far from home. We are very rushed just now, & have five sales in the shop, not bad for this time of the year. Trusting to see you very soon now. Kind regards yours E. S. M.

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1) 18th July 1915 Postmark Ballycarry Station to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Islandmagee 17/7/15. Dear Mother, I am having a great time down here to-day, the weather is most beautiful & am very sorry I will soon have to come home. Miss Magowan is letting us stop till Monday so we will be home about 9 o'clock on Monday night, have a nice supper ready for me. My face is nearly scorched off me. I sent a P.C. to Mrs. Collins to-day, I forgot all about her. Love to all Ena
2) 18th August 1915 Postmark Burton? to Dear Miss Mackie, c/o Singers, 46 Victoria Street, Belfast - 18/8/15 Dear Miss Mackie, I have had a good time of it here, fishing etc. & am quite brown seeing I am out all the day. How is the work progressing in Vic. St. Any Sales this week. Kind regards yours truly E. S. M.(?)
3) 24th August 1915 Postmark Larne Harbour to Miss E. Mackie, c/o Singers, 46 Victoria Street, Belfast - 2 Clarence Terrace, May Road, Larne ??? Dear Miss Mackie, I wonder if you enjoyed your week as I am enjoying mine. I bathe every day & sometimes twice a day. I am still learning to crochet. Yours M. Cathcart
4) 25th August 1915 Postmark Dundalk to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 24/8/15 Dear Miss Mackie, This is rather a nice town & one could enjoy a holiday here nicely. I wish I had some good hard work to do then I might not feel so lonely. How are things going at V. St. Well I hope. The weather is beautiful & I had a nice walk tonight with a young lady. Kind regards, yours truly E. S. M.

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1) 28th February 1916 Postmark Belfast to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, City - With all good wishes for a Happy Birthday & many more "Leap Years" yours Jamie Mackay
2) 29th February 1916 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, City - Many Happy Returns, Annie

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1) 8th July 1916 Postmark Bangor 'The Old Tower, Quay Street, Bangor' - Mrs. Markie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - c/o Mrs. Savage, 17 Crosby Street, Bangor. Dear Mother, I have arrived safely & have had my tea. The weather is showery & very cold. It is simply packed & I think I shall enjoy it, will write again. Yours Ena
2) 11th July 1916 Postmark Bangor 'Gentlemen's Bathing Place, Bangor' to Mr. Wm. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 17 Crosbie Street, Bangor 11-7-16. Dear Father, I am having a lovely time here. The weather is cold & showery but that does not keep us in. We were down at the hobbies last night but did not go on them as they were packed. We are longing for a sail on the sea. Yours Ena

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1) 11th July 1916 Postmark Bangor 'U.V.F. Signalling Station, Bangor' to Mr. Jas. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 17 Crosbie Street, Bangor 11.7.16 Dear James, I am having a good time. We were looking out for you on Sunday but you duked us nicely. I suppose you will not be down to-morrow but I will look out for you on Saturday. Yours etc. ? ?
2) 11th July 1916 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackie, c/o Mrs. Savage, 17 Crosby Street, Bangor - Received your P.C. & glad to know that you arrived safely, hope you are enjoying yourself, the weather is very bad here, don't forget to send a P.C. to Mrs. Collins. S. M.
3) 12th July 1916 Postmark Bangor 'Bangor from the Pier' to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Wednesday. I am enjoying myself well. This is a very wet day here. L. Anderson did not come but she might be here to-morrow. We have got our appetites again, we are first class cookes, I don't think. Kind regards, Maudie

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1) 14th July 1916 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackey, c/o Mrs. Savage, 17 Crosbie Street, Bangor, Co. Down - Dear Ena, I received your P.C. alright & I am keeping better. I hope you are enjoying yourself, am glad to know you like the place, hope to see you on Sat. night. Yours etc. Mrs. McCallum
2) 14th July 1916 Postmark Belfast to Miss Mackie, c/o Mrs. Savage, 17 Crosbie Street, Bangor - Received your P.C. glad to know you are enjoying yourself, it rained the whole day on Wednesday but Thur. was a splendid day. Wm. M.
3) 25th July 1916 Postmark ? 'Ward Parks, looking towards Golf Links, Bangor, Co. Down' to Miss Mackey, 147 Antrim Road, Belfast - 13 Beatrice Road. I came to Bangor after all. I don't think I will stay here all the time, I may go on to Newcastle at the end of the week. I forgot to give the old Shoemaker this. ? ?

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1) 9th August 1916 Postmark ? 'The Big Hole, Bangor' to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, Having a good time, very sorry the week is going round to quick. J. M.
2) 9th August 1916 Postmark Bangor 'Ballyholme, Bangor' to Mrs. S. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Mother, Having a great time. The weather is great here. Hope you are all keeping well. J. M.

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1) 13th August 1916 Postmark Groomsport, Bangor ' Pickie Walk, Bangor' to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Mother, Will be home tomorrow night. This has been the worse day we have had, hope you are all well. J. M.
2) 4th September 1916 Postmark Belfast 'Seacourt, Bangor, Co. Down' to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Mrs. M., I only sent 2 pairs mens & 1 ?? shoes. If fine ones fit  Jamesy and also Mr. M. I can get another pair on my return. Hoping they will suit. A. G. or C.  M. ?

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1) 12th September 1916 Postmark Darricfergus(?) to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Tuesday. Dear Miss M., Thanks for your note, I did not hear if ??? had arrived so far. Hope you are well, I am up here for the day. Hope your Mother & the others are well, remember me to them all, kindest regards James?
2) 27th September 1916 Postmark Newtownards 'Ulster Print Works, Newtownards' to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Down here for a day or two (Conlig) & have walked in here for the evg. hope to see you on Thur. night. Minnie

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1) 29th January 1917 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Many happy returns of the day. M. Cathcart
2) 28th February 1917 Postmark Belfast to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 28.2.17 With best of good wishes for your birthday and may this be a very happy year to you, yours sincerely, Jessie
3) 26th February 1917 Postmark Belfast to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 28.2.17 With every good wish for a very happy birthday. Yours sincerely, Essie
4) 7th April 1917 Postmark Belfast to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Best Wishes for a good holiday, kindest regards to all. Jam
5) 26th May 1917 Postmark Belfast to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, City - 63 Castlereagh Street, City 25/5/11 Dear Miss Mackie, I got your P.C. and will be expecting you over on Wednesday (if well) How is your Mother and are the others well? Come as early as you can. Love from Essie
6) 13th July 1917 Postmark Bangor 'Ballyholme Bay, Bangor' to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - c/o Mr. Bennett, Ballymaconnell Road, Ballyhome, Bangor, Co. Down. Having a good time and keeping well. Hoping you are the same, the weather is very good here. J. M.

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1) 19th July 1917 Postmark Belfast to Mr. Jas. Mackie, c/o Mr. Bennett, Ballymaconnell Road, Ballyholme, Bangor, Co. Down - 18.7.17 Dear James, Received your P.C. & glad to hear you are enjoying yourself so well. The weather here is very wet, it has scarcely ceased to-day. Mr. Glass is on holidays in Donaghadee, & he was saying he would go to the camp to see you but since the weather is so bad he mightn't bother. from Ena. If you can get any sugar in B. bring us some.
2) 29th August 1917 Postmark ? to Mrs. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - c/o Mrs. Cameron, 37 Copeland Road, Govan. Dear Aunt, I have commenced work on Monday. I am in the engineers shop learning a machine, you can tell Mr. Colins to look out for a job for me in the shipyard. I hope Mrs. C. is well, give her my kind regards. I hope William is well aslo Jane & Ena, tell Mrs. B. if you see her how I am getting on. Yours A. McEwen(?)
3) 13th September 1917 Postmark Govan(?) to Miss Ena Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Thursday night. Dear Ena, Your welcome letter received today, glad to hear that you are all well at home as this leaves me in the best of health. I am sure John was amused at my letter, I had to fill it up some how. I have not very much news this week seeing we are in all day the night work is not to bad for so far only it gets very cold at about 12 oc until 3, you never know the time flys, did you get your new coat yet and do you like it. I will send you a different ???? every week will you like them for a collection, best love to all Annie
4) 13th September 1917 Postmark Govan(?) to Mr. J. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Wednesday Govan. Dear Jim, I am working very hard this week on the night-shift, no fear of me learning to talk scotch. With kindest regards to your Mother, Father & Ena, not forgetting yourself. Annie
5) 14th September 1917 Postmark ? to Mrs. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Monday night. Dear Aunt, Many thanks for card ???? I am getting along fine. I hope you persuaded El??? to go to the Dr., I don't like to hear of her being ill. I am glad that she is getting a rest this week, it will do her good. Ena & her would go to down to Peggys for a weekend before the season is over. I hope you like the view, I think this is the place Ena has selected for our next summer holidays. Well if everything goes right and me here, I am sure it will be a good holiday and quite a change, if you have Mr. B address will you send it as I have misled his letter. I think maybe if I can afford it I will send him a bag of scotch shortcake, it is very nice. Annie
6) 22nd September 1917 Postmark Glasgow to Mr. W. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear William, Just a PC hoping this finds you quite alright, you will be thinking it near time I thought of writing you & use this writing in P.C. love from Annie
7) 5th November 1917 Postmark Govan(?) to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ulster - Dear Ena, Letter received to-day, glad to know that you are all well as this leaves me& aunt(?) at present. I am writing this in a hurry as I am ready to go to work all night. Letter to follow at first opportunity. Annie
8) 17th November 1917 Postmark Govan to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ulster - 37 Copland Road. Dear Ena, Just a P.C. hoping this to find you well as it leaves me the same at present. I am busy working this week so haven't much news to tell you. I am glad to know that father's hand is keeping better, tell him I was enquiring for him. I hope Mother & James, not forgetting yourself, are in the pink, tell Elen(?) I will be home for a fortnights holiday at the new????? best love to all, Yours Annie
9) 12th December 1917 Postmark ? to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 27 Copland Road(?) Dear Ena, letter received alright, glad to know that you are all well as this leaves me the same at present, letter to follow at first opportunity. Annie

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1) 10th January(?) 1918 to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, Just a P.C. to say I arrived quite safe and will start to work tomorrow Friday, will write you later
2) 18th January 1918 Postmark Govan to Mr. J. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear James, Just another P.C. for your collection, hoping this to find you well, we are having very snowy weather, a splendid time for your galoshes. Yours Annie
3) 11th February 1918 Postmark Govan(?) to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ulster - 37 Copland Road, Govan. Dear Ena, Many thanks for parcel received quite safe. I got a big surprise as I never expect it. I hope you are keeping a little better. Annie. letter to follow immediately
4) 26th February 1918 Postmark Glasgow to Mrs. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Aunt Sarah, Many thanks for parcel received, quite alright though I think there must have been a delay in the delivery as I didn't get it until today, though the contents were quite nice and ? alright. I sent Mr. B. his parcel. I am sure he will be telling you all about it, letter to follow, love from Annie
5) 27th February 1918 Postmark Glasgow to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast, Ulster - Many happy returns, Annie
6) 10th June 1918 Postmark Belfast to Miss Mackie, 45 Limestone Road, Belfast - 63 Castlereagh Street, Belfast 10-6-18 Dear Miss M., I have come home for a short holiday & will call up to see you on Wednesday night if all is well, if the night is wet I won't be able to take the baby out. Hope all are well. Kind regards J. A. H.
7) 17th July 1918 Postmark Banbridge to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, City, Belfast - Arrived safe & sound to find lovely weather which we are still having, only hoping it keeps that way till I go back. Love from Min?
8) 18th July 1918 Postmark Carrigallen to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Dear Ena, Shall be in to Great Northern Railway about 5 pm Sat. evening, would you meet me. Love Ada

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1) 28th February 1919 Postmark Belfast 'Loving Birthday Wishes' to Miss Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 28.2.19 Dear Miss M., With best wishes & many happy returns of your birthday, kindest regards from all J. A. S. Hamill(?) or S?????
2) 28th February 1919 Postmark Belfast to Miss E. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, City - Many happy returns of the day, Florrie
3) 2nd August 1919 Postmark ? to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Sat. Having a nice quiet time. Weather is changed. Yesterday was a very wet day. Kind regards to all. Ada
4) 20th December 1919 Postmark ? Gallen? to Miss E. Mackey, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - Breda grove, Saturday. Dear Ena, Thanks very much for P.C. rcd. a few days ago. I was glad to get it as I could not remember your number. A is a week away to-day, I am sure you think it odd, her not being there. Kind regards to you all. Meta(?)

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1) 29th December 1919 Postmark Bangor 'Queen's Parade, Bangor' to Mrs. Mackie, 25 Limestone Road, Belfast - 85 Ballymagee Street, Bangor. Having a good time and keeping well. Hoping you are the same. Will be up on Wed. for to stop the night if you will let us. J. M. write and let us know.

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