After winding its way from Liverpool to London to Fryston Hall, the letter finally reaches Milnes at Madeley Manor (incorrectly addressed as "Stadeley Manor"). Today the building is used as a nursing home. In 1845 it was occupied by Elizabeth Emma Cunliffe-Offley (nee Crewe)--who inherited the estate through her father, John Crewe, 2nd Baron Crewe--and her husband Foster Cunliffe (after Crewe's death in 1829 Cunliffe took the additional surname Offley as stipulated in Crewe's will--John Offley in 1708 became John Offley Crewe through inheriting his mother Anne Crewe's estate). Their neice, Annabella Hungerford Crewe, had been living with them since her youth. In 1851 she and Milnes would marry. So when Jeffrey's letter greeted Milnes at Madeley Manor, he may have been more interested in other things!