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Document number: 2357
Date: 15 May 1832
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: MOORE Thomas (saddler)
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Collection number historic: LA32-24
Last updated: 31st January 2013

May 15th 1832


I Write to inform you that the Ship Wilson saild from Bristol on Saturday Evg last about five oclock for Quebec, I should think there was [sic] as many as 200 on board, among those was [sic] 21 of Our Parish, there was some of our number that intended to go, on their arrival at Bristol changd their minds and returnd home, that was Wm Hillier his wife and 7 children, and John Banks a single young man , those that saild was Robert Church and four Children, John Baker his wife and 4 Children, John Tayler wife and one child, Abraham Humps and one child, the single ones are Elizth Banks Elizth Thrush[?], Rich Hudd John Hudd and Richard Mathews, I am glad to inform you there is a medical man appointed to the ship, I disposd of 񋮫30 in addition to their allowance by your request to Captain Fielding [sic], <1> I should be oblidged [sic] Sir if you would inform Lady Elizabeth Fielding [sic] <2> those things she was so good as to give Hilliers Family I gave to those that saild

I remain Sir Your Obdt Sert
Thos Moore

H. F. Talbot Esqr
31 Sackville St


1. Rear Admiral Charles Feilding (17801837), Royal Navy; WHFT抯 step-father. [See also Doc. No: 02353].

2. Lady Elisabeth Theresa Feilding, n閑 Fox Strangways, first m Talbot (17731846), WHFT抯 mother.

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