Colonel R.B. Lecky DSV
his Tenantry on the Ballykealey Estate
Presented this 28th day of May 1921

Dear Colonel,
We, your tenants, cannot allow this auspicious occasion of your marraige to pass by without expressing in some humble way our feeling of friendship, respect and esteem towards yourself personally. We are glad to be able to bear testimony to the fact, that since your advent to the old ancestoral home, your dealings with us, have been of a most satisfactory, friendly and amicable nature –
We feel confident that these happy and pleasant relations so absolutely necessary for the welfare of the country, will continue in the future as they have in the past – Your charitable interest in the sick, poor and needy especially of those in your employment – though performed in the most unselfish and unostentatious manner – has left undying regards in the hearts of grateful recipients – We feel sure that we are only voicing the sentiments and feelings, of the general public, irrespective of party or sect in extending to yourself and Mrs. Lecky, a most cordial greeting and hearty welcome home.
We wish you both all blessings, long life, prosperity and every happiness. We beg you to accept this humble address and Wedding gift as tokens of our sincere sentiments and good wishes towards yourself and Mrs. Lecky.
With kindest regards and all good wishes for your welfare and happiness

We remain, Dear Colonel
Most Respectfully yours
John Brophy, Luke Nolan, Patrick Kelly
JohnByrne, Patrick Smythe, Roberts Elms
John Salter, Mr.s P. Nolan, John Nolan