Letter to Captain Thomas Melvin [sic], Governor of Sailors' Snug Harbor, from Thomas D. Fay, former inmate, Sailors' Snug Harbor, January 2, 1876
Letter to Captain Thomas Melvin [sic], Governor of Sailors' Snug Harbor, from Thomas D. Fay, former inmate, Sailors' Snug Harbor, January 2, 1876

Letter to Captain Thomas Melvin [sic], Governor of Sailors' Snug Harbor, from Thomas D. Fay, former inmate, Sailors' Snug Harbor, January 2, 1876


Identifier
SC-0016-III-A-1-0009
Abstract
Thomas D. Fay, a former resident of the Sailors' Snug Harbor, writes Governor Melville to inform him that he is living in Kingston, Jamaica, having been expelled from Sailors' Snug Harbor six months previously, on May 1, 1875. He explains that he has been ill but that he wishes to contact Governor Melville with his whereabouts, as he has been told that former inmates who may wish to return should keep the governor informed about their location. 
Name
Name: Melville, Thomas, 1830-1884
Role: Addressee
Institutional Affiliation: Sailors' Snug Harbor

Name: Fay, Thomas D.
Role: Author
Type Of Resource
Texts
Note
The Sailors' Snug Harbor records are the Property of the Trustees of the Sailors’ Snug Harbor. The collection is on permanent loan at the Stephen B. Luce Library of SUNY Maritime College.
Origin Info
Date Created: January 2 1876
Place: Kingston (Jamaica)
Genre
letters (correspondence)
Physical Description
extent: 20.1 x 24.8 cm
Digital Origin: Reformatted digital