To: Lizzie Ann, Mamma, David, JM & Lona
From: Maurice Lewis (her father)
Sunday February 14th 1904
Dear Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona
We take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you, hoping that you are all quite well as it leaves us all at present. Mamma is pretty well and she is coming to Chapel tonight. We have a very good preacher, Rev. R.R. Williams (Towyn) and it is sacrament tonight. I enjoyed myself very much in school. I was teaching a class of young men - the subject was 18 chapter, Acts, and they answered very good. I thought it a great privilege to be able to do something in a humble way to serve my great master.
I was thinking about you dear as well as many more which have been brought up in our Sunday school. I opened the School and prayed for all that were scattered throughout the world as the seed of this Sunday School. May God be with all the dear children of this School. We sang the opening hymn (504 in Sankeys) and I enjoyed it very much. No. in school - 74. It is a very stormy and wet day. The text was Job, 28th chapter, 28 verse.
Mr Ede. Edwards wife's mother is dead at Boston. They have gone to bury her. So I have not much more news to tell you this time. Tell the dear children to be very good. Best love to David, with our very best love to you all.
From Father, Mother and Frances M & E & Fr
X X X children