[Letter] 1850 Jun. 20 [to] William Fitzgerald / E.A. Fitzgerald : a machine readable transcription of an image
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June 20, 1850
This is a letter dated June 20, 1850 from E.A. Fitzgerald to her husband William Fitzgerald. She tells her husband that the fields and gardens are growing very well, and that some people have already begun to harvest.
I suppose as you have not come by this time you will not get home till after Troy Court . so will fulfill my promise to let you hear from us, I am thankful and glad to tell you that I am much improved. am getting about with convenience and some spirit seeing to things in general, we have had a fine rain sine [since] you left enough to stop the ploughs for a day, it was a timely blessing as all blessings are the fields and gardens are growing finely.
They have finished the new ground and are in the first piece again, I hope they will get over in time for harvest which will be early next week. some are are harvesting now, pleasat says ours is not ripe enough.
Richard and Luitman are very well, and having a fine time gathering cherries, Laura is looking almost as well as ever, Mr Greer has [added: not] left yet, alls [all is] well at Mr [Mister] williams and Greer's.
I have not been from home since you left and have not heard any news that would interest you, give my love to brother and Sis [Sister] Giney . let me hear from [added: you] at Troy , I hope you are well and may have a pleastant [pleasant] time there