To: Lizzie Ann
From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Ann's Father)
November 24th 1907
Dear Lizzie Ann, David, JM, Lona, Davy & baby
We now take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you hoping that you are all well as we are pretty well at present. Glyn is all the go at our house. He is now beginning to say lots of words. Everybody is attracted with him. Has not the Lord been very gracious and kind to us all. I hope that we all shall say his name. Our school no. 93. A student is the preacher. Also it is Temperance Sunday. We had several very good speeches in our school on the subject.
They are burying Mrs J Evans and Mrs Rees tomorrow. Poor Vaughan Owen does not seem to be getting on very well this time. I am afraid that he will have a hard job to get over this and I am glad to say that if ever I saw a man more full of the true spirit of religion than him it's nice to speak with him.
So I have no more news to tell you at present. Well done thou good and faithful servant, I will make thee ruler over ten cities, and praise the Lord.
From Father & Mother & Sister & Son M, E, Fr, G Children X X X