Memories of Ireland  
HAROLD MORGAN STANLEY - extracts from letters to his father, 
George Wilson Stanley in Ireland from Canada





May 1, 1912

We are very disappointed to hear that you cannot come out for a visit. We have been looking forward to seeing you and father this summer. It is too bad but cannot be helped. Maybe some time we will be able to go home.  I am still trying to hold the service on Sunday. Ben helped me last Sunday. Mr. Johnston, the Methodist Minister in the Fort wants me to be Steward for here and I have promised to act which will mean I suppose I will join the Methodists here. I do not mind joining as they seem the only alive Church out here. Steward's work is to look after the financial part at Riverside.  Love to all.
 
 
 

 

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