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L.a.595: Letter from Lettice Kynnersley, Broughton, to Walter Bagot, Blithfield, 1602? February 2: autograph manuscript signed

Catalog record:
Collection:Papers of the Bagot family of Blithfield, Staffordshire
Preferred Citation:Letter from Lettice Kynnersley, Broughton, to Walter Bagot, Blithfield, 1602? February 2: autograph manuscript signed, Papers of the Bagot family of Blithfield, Staffordshire. Transcription by Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO). MS L.a.595, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC.
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Good Brother. you may think me very forgetfull that I haue not wryt
vnto you. neuer since I came hether: but I had thought be fore now. to
haue seene you: and now heareing by this bearerer. that my fatherin=
law is gon to london. I donot know when wee shall com into stafford=
shere: I thank you good brother. I am much bound vnto you. for the
greate paynes. and care you haue of me: and I hope I shall not liue
to for gettit: y my husband told me. my father in law was about to take
the personneage of lee. for him and me to dwell in: but by my good
will. I will neuer kepe house. till I go to dwell at badgger. for if I
shoull. it wold but be a meanes to defrawde vs of a better place: but
my hope is. you will be carfull of me. as you euer haue bin: I thank
my brother Trwe. he is willing wee shall table theare: and my hus=
band is so determened: he and my nephe Robart went yester day to
cause castle: to hunt with mr Thinn and are not yet com home: my
brother Broughton I giue god thanks: mendeth very well. and desiereth
to be very kindly remembered to you. and my good sister: with the like
from my sister Boughton. my sister okeouer. my neece Mary. and my
selfe. to you both: desierin our duty may beremembered. in the best manor
to my mother: I leaue you to the prouidence. of the allmightye: Broughton
this :2: of february:
Your most assured louing si[ster]
Letice Kinnorsley

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To the worshipfull my very good and
louing brother mr Walter Bagot
at Blithfielde giue these

Lettice Kinnersley
to her Brother Walter Bagot

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