Killynure  ,
2nd February 1918
My dear Emily 
We were deeply grieved here this morning of the great sorrow which you and Andy  have got to bear in the death of your dear son  . It must’ve been a terrible shock to you both as I suppose you may not have heard of his illness. One can only ask God to help you to bear it. Mary  and I both feel for you. We both know Tanty better than we did the others, he was so much with mother  in Urker, for all liked him and mother was quite devoted to him. Mary joins me in love and sympathy with you all,
your affectionate sister,
Bessie Brown 
 Killynure, Co. Armagh, home of Thompson BROWN(E) and Elizabeth JACKSON and their children.
 Eliza Emily JACKSON née GILMORE1846-1938), mother of Tanty and sister-in-law to author of letter.
 Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON (1846-1929)
 Andrew Hugh Gilmore JACKSON AKA “Tanty (1881-1918)was a nephew of Sir Thomas JACKSON and a son of Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON & Eliza Emily GILMORE. He was born and raised at the family farms at Lions Den & Forstertown – both near Trim in Co. Meath, Ireland. At the time of his death from typhoid, he was a broker with Messrs. Wright & Hornby –owned previously in part by James Francis WRIGHT
 Mary BROWN daughter of letter writer or Mary GRIFFIN –sister of letter writer. Hard to say.
 Eliza JACKSON (1815-1903) mother of Sir Thomas JACKSON.
 “Bessie” Elizabeth BROWN(E) née JACKSON (1843-1923) - sister of Sir Thomas JACKSON and Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON (father of Tanty).
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