Urker Nov 25 1884
My dear Tom,
Mr. Parker Synnot  , a gentleman of the County, has a son  about to go to Hong Kong, and he has requested me to give him a letter of introduction to you. I know that you are always glad to see a fellow countryman and that you will pay him any attention in your power.
Your affectionate Father,
 Parker George SYNNOTT was the Grandmaster of the Grand Orange Lodge of Armagh in 1893 SEE: http://www.armaghorange.org.uk/part1.htm He was from Lurgana, Whitecross and died in 1900. Whitecross is just a few km east of Ballymoyer. An email says that he lived at Ballymoyer and was a Justice of the Peace and owned a corn mill. SEE: http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/NIR-ARMAGH/2003-11/1069526290
 There is no record that he worked at HSBC. There is a son, Captain Arthur Hart Synnot –“ scion of a protestant Anglo-Irish family from Ballymoyer in Armagh” and veteran of the Boer War who fell in love with Maza Suzuki when on a posting to Tokyo early in the 20th Century. A new book based on recently discovered letters chronicles their story. SEE: http://www.asianreviewofbooks.com/arb/article.php?ref=pdy&article=670 Falling Blossom, Pagnamenta, Peter and Williams, Momoko. 318pp, Century. 2006. It is soon to be published in the USA by Penguin under the title “Sword and Blossom”.
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