1876-07-09 Letter from Fanny Cook to Catherine Munday
|Title:||1876-07-09 Letter from Fanny Cook to Catherine Munday|
|Storage location:||C.F. Barker folder 3|
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|Related people:||Fanny Cook • Catherine Munday (née Aldridge) • Alice Rose Munday (née Cook) • James William Munday • Thomas Galliard Cook • Henry Cook|
My dear Mrs Munday
I received your kind note dated April hope you felt better in health on your return to London it must have been a nice change for you and it is very pleasant to visit our rleations and talk over the days gone never to return. I paid a last visit to my eldest brother near Norwhich just before leaving England
I often think of it now with pleasure. He departed this life the March after Dear Alice's death I trust by the time you receive this you will have got the box and money safely. We found that by some mischance we had omitted to send the register of Alice's death so enclose it now. I visited dear James' grace the other day planted some mignotte all the shrubs are thriving have a nice pot of forget-me-not the first time I can go straight from home must take it I hope the phtos[sic] of the grave met with Mr Mundays and your approval.
Mr Cook and Tom are keeping pretty well in health they both desire to be kindly remembered to all. Am rather better myself have had a severe cold my back still continues weak a little exertion makes me very tired.
We are having nice weather for the time of year are looking forward to our sprint now hoping this will find you and yours in good health believe me yours sincerely