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Letter from JST to J W Kernohan September 10th, 1920 Dear Mr. Kernohan:- I trust that the political troubles in Belfast and elsewhere, of which I read do much in the papers, do not affect you personally and that they may be brought to a speedy termination. It would seem as though there has been enough of strife in this world and that there should be peace everywhere. Among other things I think that I would like to give in my book the birth dates and birth places of the descendants of Hugh Torrence, father of Robert of Middlebury, who are now living in County Derry. How much of an undertaking would that involve? I am anxious to go to press with my book by the first of the year if possible. There will be no delay beyond that time, unless it be occasioned by your work in Ireland or my searching in County Wiltshire, England for data concerning the antecedents of Lewis Hart. I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of your next letter, hoping that you will have found something of more value than you have found hitherto. While I am very glad to have the information that you have sent, I shall be very much disappointed if your search does not reveal further facts regarding Serg. Hugh and other family connections which would be of interest. Meanwhile I beg to remain, with kindest regards, Very sincerely yours J S Torrance.
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