To: Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona

From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Ann’s father)

March 22nd 1903

Dear Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona

We now take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you hoping to find you all in good health as it leaves us all at present. It is a little finer weather now than what we have had. Dear Lizzie Ann our preacher today is Rev. R. Owen of Welshpool – you know that he is always very good. The text was 14th chapter, St John, 2 & 3rd verses, and when it is read this text you will see that Christ required love and obedience in his followers. I have got nearly all his sermon down and I hope to have pleasure to read it again.

Feeling a little hungry for a word on Saturday morning I turned to my new testament and I read the last chapter of Revelation and I did so like it I thought that it was so exalting to my mind. You look at it dear. Our school no. 87. I enjoyed it very much. Mrs Foulkes Jones is at Home now but she is ill in her bed. I do not know what’s the matter. Mr V Owen is a little better. All being well Mamma is coming to Chapel tonight. Have you seen Willie Edwards the Saddlers son? He lives in Birmingham somewhere. Dear Lizzie Ann we hope that you are much better now and that David and the dear children are quite well. Tell them about us. We shall be very glad to see them soon. May the blessing of God be with you all. Amen.

From Father, Mother, Frances

With our very best love to you all.

Children X X X

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