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Richard Gustav Hammarstrom

Far:David Hammarström (1857 - 1918)
Mor:Mary Ann Kembell (1866 - )

Född:1890 Birkenhead, Cheshire, England.
Död:

Personhistoria

ÅrtalÅlderHändelse
1890 Födelse 1890 Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
1892 Brodern Daniel Emanuel Hammarström föds 1892 Birkenhead, Liverpool, England
1894 Systern Frances E Hammarström föds 1894
1894 Systern Frances E Hammarström dör 1894
1895 Systern Mary Agnes "Cis" Hammarström föds 1895
1897 Brodern David Hammarström föds 1897
1898 Brodern David Hammarström dör 1898
1899 Systern Ingrid Helena Hammarstrom föds 1899-08-07 Birkenhead, Liverpool, England
1903 Brodern Charles P Hammarström föds 1903
1903 Brodern Charles P Hammarström dör 1903
1918 Fadern David Hammarström dör 1918-12-10 Liverpool, England
1966 Brodern Daniel Emanuel Hammarström dör 1966
1984 Systern Ingrid Helena Hammarstrom dör 1984-06 Birkenhead, Liverpool, England
Brev från Richard till Charles P Hamstrom 1917
 
29 Russel Street Birkenhead Cheshire, England 22 Juni, 1917
Dear Uncle, Aunt and Cousins.
It gives me great pleasure to think I have some relations (sic) in America to write to. This is the first chance I have had, as I am a wanderer round the world as you can see by the enclosed ship. I thought I would send it to you just to show we have somebody in the war and know (sic) doubt you will be p(leased) to hear I am well and healthy after my experience (with the) Germans. I am glad to tell you all at home are keeping well and Dad is working all the time. (Mom says she) has written to you but (thinks her mail) has been sunk as she has (no answer). Well I hope you receive this (mail and) we will have an answer within a (while). I will write you a long letter today and tell you of my adventures since I have been going to sea. I was in America and Canada for 4 years, but it was on the other side, Tacoma, Seattle, etc. I trust you are all keeping well and happy. Well dear Uncle Aunt and cousins this is all I am going to tell you in this letter as the ship of ________ ? ? for a few minutes. So _____ tell you _____ in next letter.
With love from Mom Dad Cissie Lena Dannie and myself
From your loving nephew Richard. G. Hammarstrom
 
 
29 Russel Street Birkenhead Cheshire, England 22 Juni, 1917
Dear Uncle, Aunt and Cousins.
It gives me great pleasure to think I have some relations (sic) in America to write to. This is the first chance I have had, as I am a wanderer round the world as you can see by the enclosed ship. I thought I would send it to you just to show we have somebody in the war and know (sic) doubt you will be p(leased) to hear I am well and healthy after my experience (with the) Germans. I am glad to tell you all at home are keeping well and Dad is working all the time. (Mom says she) has written to you but (thinks her mail) has been sunk as she has (no answer). Well I hope you receive this (mail and) we will have an answer within a (while). I will write you a long letter today and tell you of my adventures since I have been going to sea. I was in America and Canada for 4 years, but it was on the other side, Tacoma, Seattle, etc. I trust you are all keeping well and happy. Well dear Uncle Aunt and cousins this is all I am going to tell you in this letter as the ship of ________ ? ? for a few minutes. So _____ tell you _____ in next letter.
With love from Mom Dad Cissie Lena Dannie and myself
From your loving nephew Richard. G. Hammarstrom