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David HINCHCLIFF (1837-1904) to Elizabeth EDGOOSE (1852-1944)
4 FEBRUARY 1884

"Dear Sister, You no doubt are cognizant of the fact that dear Father has been sick for a long time the other day I received a Letter from Harriett saying she wrote me on Decr. 28th. from Home telling me of his death which took place on the 24th. but somehow I have never received the Letter she tells me he died so happy trusting in Jesus, "Glory to God". And now it is my painful duty to tell you of another one who has been called Home to Glory, having left behind him the sweet testimony that he was on the Lord's side; that our Brother John BALDRY is another one of those who has come out of great tribulation and washed their Robes in the Blood of the Lamb, poor Sister Mary it is a great blow for her, but thank God His Grace is sufficient for each of us, she along with Lizzie is as well as can be expected please write to her a cheering & comforting Letter, in this her great trial as she desired me to inform you of his death on her behalf.
He was took sick on Thursday week Jan. 24th. of pneumonia of the Lungs, with chills & Fever he died yesterday Feb. 2cond. about 11 Oclock A. M. so happy & resigned trusting in our dear Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ. Mary tells me he suffered very much during the week but bore it patiently & with Christian fortitude. - She had the same Docter who did not understand dear Alice's disease & now she thinks he did not understand John's either untill Dr. Ross was called in on Wed: last but it was too late then he told them there was no hope of his recovery. The Funeral takes place tomorrow morning at 10 A. M. I must now conclude with best wishes & love for your temporal & spiritual welfare hoping you are trusting in this same Jesus is the sincere prayer of Your ever loving Brother "David"
P.S. Shall be glad to hear from you when convenient DH"
 
 
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DAVID HINCHCLIFF (1837-1904) to ELIZABETH EDGOOSE (1852-1944)
4 FEBRUARY 1884 [PAGE 1]

A letter to Elizabeth in South Dakota announcing that Harriet has written that their father has died and that John Baldry, husband of sister Mary, has also died. 
 
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DAVID HINCHCLIFF (1837-1904) to ELIZABETH EDGOOSE (1852-1944)
4 FEBRUARY 1884 [PAGE 2]

A letter to Elizabeth in South Dakota announcing that Harriet has written that their father has died and that John Baldry, husband of sister Mary, has also died. 
 
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DAVID HINCHCLIFF (1837-1904) to ELIZABETH EDGOOSE (1852-1944)

4 FEBRUARY 1884 [PAGE 3]

A letter to Elizabeth in South Dakota announcing that Harriet has written that their father has died and that John Baldry, husband of sister Mary, has also died. 
 
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MARY ELIZABETH GRACE EDGOOSE nee JONES (1814-1888) MAY 1888

A note in her mother's hand was kept by daughter Harriet:
"My dearest you will see from this how the Marage is proformed in this contrey it is as it was in the days of our blessed Lord and Savour Jesus christ thay are moast of them married at the brid hom and the man takes her a way."
 
 
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ELIZABETH EDGOOSE (1852-1944) to HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916) 02 JUNE 1889

A transcript of a letter dated 2 June 1889 from Elizabeth Edgoose (1852-1944) on the letter heading of the Aberdeen COD Laundry, Aberdeen, Dakota Territory, USA, to her sister Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose. 
 
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ELIZABETH EDGOOSE (1852-1944) to HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916) 09 SEPTEMBER 1890 [PAGE 1]

The first page of a transcript dated 9 September 1890 from Elizabeth Edgoose to her sister Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose on the letter heading of the Aberdeen C.O.D. Laundry, 412 Main Street, Aberdeen, South Dakota. E. EDGOOSE, Proprietress 
 
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ELIZABETH EDGOOSE (1852-1944) to HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916) 09 SEPTEMBER 1890 [PAGE 2]

Page two of a transcript of a letter from Elizabeth Edgoose to her sister Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose on the letter heading of the Aberdeen C.O.D. Laundry, 412 Main Street, Aberdeen, South Dakota. E. EDGOOSE, Proprietress 
 
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MARY BAYLES nee EDGOOSE (1847-1911) to HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE(1858-1916) 22 OCTOBER 1890

Transcript of a letter written on 22 October 1890 by Mary Bayles nee Edgoose from Chicago, USA, to her sister Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose. 
 
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MARY BAYLES nee EDGOOSE (1847-1911) to HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE(1858-1916) 22 OCTOBER 1890 [PAGE 1]

A letter written on 22 October 1890 by Mary Bayles nee Edgoose from Chicago, USA, to her sister Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose. 
 
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MARY BAYLES nee EDGOOSE (1847-1911) to HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE(1858-1916) 22 OCTOBER 1890 [PAGE 2]

A letter written on 22 October 1890 by Mary Bayles nee Edgoose from Chicago, USA, to her sister Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose. 
 
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MARY BAYLES nee EDGOOSE (1847-1911) to HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE(1858-1916) 22 OCTOBER 1890 [PAGE 3]

A letter written on 22 October 1890 by Mary Bayles nee Edgoose from Chicago, USA, to her sister Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose. 
 
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MARY BAYLES nee EDGOOSE (1847-1911) to HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE(1858-1916) 22 OCTOBER 1890 [PAGE 4]

A letter written on 22 October 1890 by Mary Bayles nee Edgoose from Chicago, USA, to her sister Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose. 
 
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ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) WRENCH (1863-1942) to her aunt HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916) 24 NOVEMBER 1890

The envelope containing a letter from Elizabeth (Lizzie) Wrench nee Edgoose (1863-1942) in Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA to her aunt Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose. A transcript of the letter can be found below. 
 
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ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) WRENCH (1863-1942) to her aunt HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916)

24 NOVEMBER 1890 [TRANSCRIPT] 
 
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ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) WRENCH (1863-1942) to her aunt HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916)

24 NOVEMBER 1890 [PAGE 1] 
 
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ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) WRENCH (1863-1942) to her aunt HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916)

24 NOVEMBER 1890 [PAGE 2] 
 
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JAMES EDGOOSE WESTMORELAND (1869-1948) to his Aunt HARRIET RIGGALL nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916) 15 DECEMBER 1890

References to Lizzie and Aunt Betsey in South Dakota, USA 
 
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ELIZABETH EDGOOSE (1852-1944) to HARRIET COCKER nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916) 29 JANUARY 1892 [PAGE 1]

Page one of a transcription of a letter from Elizabeth Edgoose to her sister Harriet Riggall nee Edgoose. The letter heading was that of the C.O.D. laundry, 412 Main Street South, Aberdeen, South Dakota.
 
 
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ELIZABETH EDGOOSE (1852-1944) to HARRIET RIGGALL nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916) 29 JANUARY 1892 [Page 2]

Page two of a transcription of a letter from Elizabeth Edgoose to her sister Harriet Riggall ne Edgoose. The letter heading was that of the C.O.D. laundry, 412 Main Street South, Aberdeen, South Dakota.

 
 

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