14/12/1916 Dear Sir, I would be more than grateful if you would see your way to have my husband Chas Hughes released from Frongoch before the Christmas so as to keep our business and home from going altogether.
22/11/1916 Dear Sir, I have again to trouble you about my husband Chas Hughes who is still interned in Fronagh. I put all the facts of his case before you on a previous occasion. I am now finding it impossible to get on with the business as I am not able to collect our debts […]
02/11/19 16 I am directed by the Secretary of State to refer the letter from this Department of October 2” (3 15106/381) on the subject of the possible release on certain conditions of some of the interned Irish prisoners, and to the unofficial correspondence which has followed it. I am to send the accompanying application […]
30/10/1916 Dear Sir, will you please let me know if the Chief Sec. will do anything for me re release of my husband Chas Hughes (829) who is still interned in Frongoch Camp. I am in a very bad way trying to keep the business together which owing to his absence has gone down very […]
30/10/1916 Dear Sirs, I would feel obliged if you would do something for me. RE: My husband Chas Hughes who is still interned in Frongoch Camp. I wrote you before on the matter and you promised to look up his case. I asssure you he never had anything to do with any movement in Westport […]
27/09/16 Dear Sirs, your official letter to hand 24th Inst. for which I thank you re my husband C Hughes interned in Wales. I have written to him to apply to you. I did not know by now what course to take re your previous letter. I would have written to him to write you […]