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Letter # 10

 

 

Page 1 missing

all you can & try to forget the past all you can & put your car on the road & come down to see us sometimes & enjoy yourself all you can now the spring is in the air.

You must spruce up you were a wonderful husband & I’m sure you haven’t anything to regret. So cheer up & I’m sure you & Billy will be all right. (This was written after James Taylor Parson’s wife Bertha died, February 13, 1948 - James Taylor Parsons, Jr. & Raymond Nicholas Parsons had both married & moved into their own respective homes at this time.)

If you don’t hear from me often, don’t think that I’m not thinking of you. I think of you everyday & I always will, so now, cheer up again. Best love to all the boys & Livinia. Try & drop a card & tell me how you are. Still hoping you ain’t thinking too much. Hoping both you & Billy are feeling fine. Love to all. Brother George to his loving Brother Jim don’t worry will you

Editor’s Note: I was unaware that James Taylor Parsons had a brother George until this letter surfaced. From the references to Livinia & Billy added to the reference that Jim had been a good & loving husband leads me to believe that this was written in 1948. Without the 1st page, it’s impossible to know. - James R. McKay.

 

 

Contributed by James R. McKay

Page revised: Sept 2002 (Terry Piercey)

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