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Goodbye letter to Mrs. James Deagle from St. Paul's Church, 2/3


Description
Joyce Deagle Osinga
, Collector
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Letter sheets
Description:
evinced a lively interest in our choir, your punctuality and regularity, musical knowledge and willingness to assist have helped our services much.

Knowing this, we feel pleased to call upon you and ask you to accept this

CHINA CABINET

as a slight evidence of the good will and high regard in which you are deservedly and universally held and also to take with you the assurance that when time shall be no more, you will not be forgotten in this neighborhood or parish.

May you and yours be spared many years and may the sunshine of Divine presence ever rest with you is the wish of your Christian friends.

Signed on behalf of the Congregation and friends of St. Paul's Church Middleport October 26th A.D. 1915

Rev (?) Mills (?) Rector
Arthur Mitchell Wardens
Thomas Walha (?)
Evan Waterman
Wm G Knox
J D(?)
Robert J. (?)anston
(?) Pearman
Date of Original:
1915
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.10011 Longitude: -80.06635
Donor:
Joyce Deagle Osinga
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Goodbye letter to Mrs. James Deagle from St. Paul's Church, 2/3


evinced a lively interest in our choir, your punctuality and regularity, musical knowledge and willingness to assist have helped our services much.

Knowing this, we feel pleased to call upon you and ask you to accept this

CHINA CABINET

as a slight evidence of the good will and high regard in which you are deservedly and universally held and also to take with you the assurance that when time shall be no more, you will not be forgotten in this neighborhood or parish.

May you and yours be spared many years and may the sunshine of Divine presence ever rest with you is the wish of your Christian friends.

Signed on behalf of the Congregation and friends of St. Paul's Church Middleport October 26th A.D. 1915

Rev (?) Mills (?) Rector
Arthur Mitchell Wardens
Thomas Walha (?)
Evan Waterman
Wm G Knox
J D(?)
Robert J. (?)anston
(?) Pearman