We are continuing to upload onto this website project the letters received and sent by Tom (Thomas John Edmund Anstey – one of the chief researchers of this Anstey project) during his ‘Anstey’ surname and family research, which he conducted between c1905 and early 1914. Today’s letter was an ‘introductory letter‘ sent by Tom to George Anstey of Berlin, Nebraska on 27 June 1911, which we obtained from his ‘Red Book of Correspondence’.
The letter can be accessed in Tom’s Correspondence by clicking on the relevant gold envelope in the listing (the letter will appear in a separate tab). If anybody would like the transcription of this letter (some parts are quite difficult to read), feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
We also repeat our appeal for any genealogical correspondence between Anstey genealogical enthusiasts in times past. If you possess any and are willing to share it with the world, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.