My dear Mary 
I had the enclosed letters from Peggie  this morning regarding the Dongooley  & Tullyvallen  property & I, like the others think Mr Oconnor  the most suitable person to manage it & I feel he will do us all justice
I trust you are all well & enjoying the fine weather. We are all well here, no letter from Bessie  yet I expect it is on the way.
With love from us all
Your fond sister
Bessie Brown 
 Killynure, home of Thompson & Bessie Brown, just south east of Armagh City on the road to Monaghan.
 Mary Griffin née Jackson
 Margaret McCullagh née Jackson sister of Mary Griffin & Bessie Brown
 Dungooley first shows up in 1768 Agreements between Andrew & John Coulter. It is a townland of 609 acres in the Barony of Upper Dundalk, the Civil Parish of Faughart, Co. Louth
 Tullyvallen is first mentioned in 1775 Will of Andrew Coulter. It is a townland of 4,655 acres, Co. Armagh Parish of Newtownhamilton.
 Lawyer O’Connor
 “Bessie” Elizabeth Gilmore née Brown, daughter of Bessie Brown who was likely in Hong Kong or Tientsin at the time.
 “Bessie” Elizabeth Brown née Jackson
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