Glenbanna  .
22nd Feby. 1921
My dear Mrs Griffin  ,
I have your letter regarding the Dungooley  & Tullyvallen  annuities and I am sending the papers, ? enclose, to Slieveroe  I quite agree with you that the matter be left in the hands of O'Connor. His charges may play havoc but the annuities will be kept alive, and that seems to be the main thing under the circumstances.
Peggy now thinks that as soon as she feels able to travel she will come over here for a spell, before settling down in York, and I hope she will be able to do so. I imagine Archie  has some difficulty getting a house in York.they are probably scarce there like everywhere else.
All are well at the Castle  . I saw them on Friday.
With love to yourself & Molly 
W. Reid 
 Reid family residence mentioned in other letters.
 Mary (Menary) Griffin née Jackson (1844-1921)
 Dungooley. This is likely referring to the same land that had been in the family since at least 1768 when there were agreements between Andrew & John Coulter. It is a townland of 609 acres in the Barony of Upper Dundalk, the Civil Parish of Faughart, Co. Louth
 Tullyvallen. 4,655 acres, Co. Armagh in the Parish of Newtownhamilton
 Reid family residence, Margaret (Reid) McCullagh née Jackson a sister of Mary Griffin would be still living there. Her first husband was Robert Hamilton Reed (or Reid)
 “Cis” is Sally McCullagh Reid (1870 - ?), daughter of William Reid and Mary McCullagh
 Margaret Annas Reid (1881-1956), sister of William Reid
 Allan Archibald
 John R. Webster Archibald, husband of Margaret Annas Reid (1881-1956), sister of William Reid
 Presumably James Francis Wright & his wife, Mary Menary, daughter of Mary Griffin.
 Presumably Mary Wright, née Menary
 William Reid (1866-1923), son of William Reid & Mary McCullagh
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