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A brief note from Sir Thomas JACKSON to a niece - notable primarily as another indicator of how connected he was to his far flung family and how attentive he was to particulars.
Sharon Oddie Brown, September 7, 2006

Hongkong & Shanghai Bank

9, Gracechurch Street,

London

11 May 1915

My dear Molly [1] ,

I want to make you a very small present to allow you trifle of money in hand when you reach Brighton.  Be sure and get me your address there.  I saw George [2] this morning looking extremely well.  I have not seen Jack [3] yet.  Mother [4] and Sally [5] must be on their seaside spree.  I hope they will both come back quite renovated.  With my love your affectionate uncle

T. Jackson [6]



[1] Mary McCULLAGH (1890-1932), daughter of Andrew Bradford McCULLAGH & Margaret Jackson who was a sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON

[2] probably the brother of “Mollie”, George David McCULLAGH (1896-1918), son of  Andrew Bradford McCULLAGH & Margaret Jackson who was a sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON. He would be killed in battle three years later.

[3] John Andrew McCULLAGH, (1897-1971), son of  Andrew Bradford McCULLAGH & Margaret Jackson who was a sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON

[4] Margaret McCULLAGH née JACKSON, sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON.

[5] Sarah McCULLAGH (1889-1965) daughter of Andrew Bradford McCULLAGH & Margaret Jackson who was a sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON

[6] Sir Thomas JACKSON (1841-1915)

 

 

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