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Cooke and Grene letters


Cooke and Grene letters


A collection of letters from the Cooke and Grene families


A collection of 19th century letters of the Cooke and Grene families from the Cooke papers




Cooke papers


Digitised by Tipperary Studies


19th Century


Patrick Slattery, Cormackstown Heritage Centre


PDF files




Manuscript letters



Collection Items

Address to Rev Slattery 1815
Manuscript of an address to Reverend Michael Slattery on his retirement from the college of Carlow. 1815

G Grene to Hannah Grene 1820
A letter from G Grene to his cousin Hannah Grene in Cashel. 1820

Glissan to Cooke 1841
Letter from Daniel Glissan to Edmund Cooke, Brownstown, Thurles thanking him for his letter containing £3 and informing him that he (Daniel) and his sisters would sail from Cove on the Comet to Port Philip on the 3rd August. 30th July 1841

John Grene to John Grene. 1837
Letter from John Grene to John Grene inviting him to take a tour in Europe with him. The proposed trip would take in Paris, Switzerland and Italy and run from 5th July to the 10th November. 1837

Grene letter re marriage settlement Nov 1847
An incomplete letter to an unknown recipient written in Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin by Mr Grene, the father of the prospective bride seeming to break off the arrangement in a disagreement over the proposed settlements. 1 November 1847

Letter re marriage settlement from Mr Grene Oct 1847
An incomplete letter to an unknown recipient written from 4 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin by Mr Grene the father of the prospective bride refusing to accept a change to the agreed marriage settlements. 12 October 1847

Letter to George Grene 1806
Letter to George Grene from his mother written on a visit to Cork. 11th October 1806

Letter to John Grene Bagwell St. Clonmel. 1841
A letter to John Grene from a family member signing off as 'Tuppence' with news of George's illness. 1841

Letter to Mrs Grene 1822
A personal letter to Mrs. Grene, Westmoreland Street, Dublin from her mother giving details of family news and enquiring after 'poor John'. 28 June 1822

Poem addressed to Miss Grene_Cashel 1820
A poem 'The lament of Nicholas Grene Esq' addressed to his cousin Miss Grene. August 1820
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