Transcription of the above postcard sent by Agnes Kee to her Aunt Martha Jane Sharkey Brown, 40 St. Luke St., Montreal, Canada. Postcard dated Strabane 9:30a.m. Nov. 11, 1909 -Dear Auntie: Be sore and write my letter soon. I am expecting it every day. This is a photo of Mr. Loggie's[sic] house with the blackberry barrels at the door and the piles of straw in the field. We are all fairly well, except that two or three of us have got a cold. Your Loving Niece Agnes KeeThomas Logue, grocer and farmer (1849 -1910) is recorded in the 1901 census; his household included Hugh McGettigan, nephew, shop assistant (22 yrs), Eliza McMonigal, niece (5 yrs) and Mary Brennan, servant (18 yrs), all born in Co. Tyrone.
Derry Journal January 24 1910
LOGUE. January 21at his residence, Cloghcor, Strabane, Thomas Logue, merchant. R.I.P.
His will was probated in Londonderry March 31 1910; administration granted to Ellen McMonagle, widow - effects to the value of 265 pounds and 10 shillings.