To: Lizzie Ann

From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Ann's Father)

June 15 1913

Dear Lizzie Ann, David and all the children

We take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you hoping that you are all well, as we are pretty well excepting Frances. She has been very bad with neuralgia all this last week, but a little better today. She is having teeth taken out. Poor thing, she has suffered much. We hope it subsides soon.

It's a very warm day here, I dare say you have it the same. Tell David that I see a great improvement in his father every day now. Hoping he will keep on getting better. Mr Davies is with us today. I was in chapel and school. Enjoyed it very much, read the 34th psalm. The text was Titus, 2nd chapter, 10th verse. I hope dear that you have had some pleasure this day in a word or thought. Johnny doesn't seem to make much improvement for the better. We pray that he will have a change for the better soon. So no more at present.

From Father & Mother, Sister & son

M, E, Fr, T