To: Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona

From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Ann’s father)

March 29th 1903

Dear Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona

I take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you hoping that you are quite well as it leaves us at present. Mamma is pretty well today. Myself and Frances are quite well. Frances is now busy with her singing for Easter time between solos and parties. Dear Lizzie Ann I was so sorry I forgot to post the letter after making it last Sunday. I was so grieved, I knew that you would be a little disappointed although my letter doesn’t count for much, yet dear you like to have a word about the Sunday. Well we have a very good preacher, a Mr Howells of Pencoed, South Wales. We have never had him before but he is a bright star. The text was St John, 14th chapter, 17th verse, first part. Even the spirit of truth read this chapter from 15th verse to the end. I had a feast. I hope you will have the same.

Our Sunday School no. 90. Enjoyed it very much. Give our very best love to David, and tell the children about Taid, Nain and Frances. Mrs Edwards (you know Miss Nellie Foulkes Jones) was enquiring about you and sending her best love to you. So I have not much news to say this time. May God bless you all and be with you. Amen.

From Father, Mother & Frances, very best love.

Children X X X

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