Mother  got your letter today she has no time to write but we are sending you a family group instead. You need not send this on to Brownie  as Mother sent her one. We all leave on Saturday for Enniskillen  . We got home from Isle of Man  on Tuesday. Very severe crossing. The wee nieces are in great form. Erna  has won all hearts. They had tea with old Mrs. Bradshaw  this evening. Mother, Eva  , Sally  and Florence  spent yesterday evening in Drumfaldera  . Glad to hear of all the good things Sophie  sent you. If possible Mother will write tomorrow. Love from all. Yours Mattie  . 31.8.1911.
Photo either taken or at least developed at
Theo Roth, Gardens studio, Glen Helen & Peel. I.O.M.
 Margaret McCULLAGH, née JACKSON – sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON
 “Brownie” Alice Margaret McCULLAGH (1894-1945), daughter of Andrew Bradford McCULLAGH & Margaret JACKSON (1853-1944) – sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON.
 I do not know who might have been at Enniskillen.
 There may have been a family “connexion” on I.O.M since there is a photo of the JACKSONs on the steps of a Bank – possibly there – prior to 1903.
 Erna Dorothy USSHER b. 1908, daughter of Eva Oliver REED (1876-1968) & James USSHER (1875-1947)
 Mrs. BRADSHAW?
 Eva Oliver USSHER née REED, daughter of Robert Hamilton REED & Margaret JACKSON (1853-1944)
 Possibly Sarah McCULLAGH (1889-abt 1965), unmarried daughter of Andrew Bradford McCULLAGH & Margaret JACKSON
 Florence Maud USSHER, b. 1906 – daughter of Eva Oliver REED (1876-1968) & James USSHER (1875-1947)
 In 1911, I am unsure who was still at Drumfaldera.
 Sophie, a friend of Alice AKA “Brownie” from school in Switzerland.
 Maud Elizabeth SKUCE née REED (1878-1958), daughter of Robert Hamilton REED & Margaret JACKSON – sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON.
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