To: Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona
From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Anns father)
Sunday January 17th 1904
Dear Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona
We now take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you hoping that you are all quite well as it leaves us at present. Mamma is pretty well. Frances is very good in health now. She seems to be much stronger and more hearty at her food. Tell David I will send him a Goleaud containing a little biography of the late David Jones Aber ..
Its a very fine day and everything is very pleasant. We have a very good preacher Rev. Evan Evans (Tabernacl Arddlin). Text 90th Psalm, 12th verse so teach us to number our days so that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. He said it was a very timely thing to do in the beginning of this new year. He was quite right in saying so. Our Sunday School no. 105. You see that we are getting on in numbers. Hoping that very soon many of these will give themselves to the Lord and then that will be true success. The Wesleyans have a week's preaching. Rev. Hugh Hugh (Llangollen). This week the Methodists are having a week of preaching by some Mr Roberts of Bangor and Thos. Jones (Rhostyllen??). Hoping that all this will be a great blessing to the churches in the Town.
I see that you have Mr Torry & Alexander in your Town, coming today. Do make an effort to hear Dr Torry for once. So we have not much more to tell you this time. May God bless you all. Tell JM & Lona to be very good children. So we are concluding with our very best love to you all.
From Father, Mother, Frances.
M & E & F
Children X X X