Letter from G.J. Lynskey & Sons to Messrs James O'Connor and Co., enclosing a certified copy of James Larkin's birth certificate,
1923 October 19.
|Main Creator:||G.J. Lynskey & Sons, Solicitors|
Lynskey and Sons confirm that "the notorious" Larkin was raised in the Liverpool South District and was, along with his siblings, well known to the writer. The copy birth certificate is dated 19 October 1923 and is transcribed and signed by Richard Mather.
Letter is typescript on headed paper "G.J. Lynskey & Sons, / Solicitors. / Edward Lynskey, L.L.M. / Commissioners / for Oaths. / 30, Lord Street, / Liverpool".
Envelope is addressed to "William O'Brien, Esq, / 89, Pembroke Rd., / Dublin" and dated "30 IV 56". With an inscription, in William O'Brien's hand, reading "Birth certificate of James Larkin (doubtful)".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages and 1 envelope).