To: Lizzie Ann

From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Ann's Father)

Sunday February 19th 1908

Dear Lizzie Ann, David JM, Lona, Davy & baby

We take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you hoping that you are all quite well as it leaves us at present. It's a very rough day here. We have showers of hail stones and much wind. Our preacher is J. Davies (Berriew). I enclose the morning sermon as well as I could take it. Our Sunday school no. 97. There are a good many poorly now with colds. H. Humphrey's little baby was buried yesterday at eleven o'clock, private funeral. It must be a heavy Sunday for them but we hope that they are resigned to God's will. He gave and he takes away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.

Frances was in Cemmins on Friday night. Had a very pleasant concert. Tell JM & Lona to be very good children. Best love to David. So I have not much news at present. The Revival is keeping up very well in the town. Three or four in my class have come to the church. With our very best love to you all.

From Father & Mother & Sister

M, E, Fr

Children X X X