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[upper left letter]

and it was only this week

My Big looms were given

away. So I shall make

a start as soon as there

is small ones ready. I

may tell you I was not

idle for My time at home

papering and Painting. I

got great going over form

Nannier Nan and Mrs. Fay

selling me I was getting

ready for you. and you

can guess the rest.

[next page]

when I tell them it bes

so long since I heard

from you. every week

Father O Keoffe comes down

to enquire about you.

I see by to-nights Paper

another Big Battle is on

May God take care of you

Well Dear Jack I am

getting on alright Myself

but did not start to

work yet. I am out two months now.

[/upper left letter]

[upper right letter]

was as bad as i was

you would laugh if

you seen us dosing

ourselves. The men were

worse than we were

Tom told me there was

over two hundred men

in Gormonstown. out

Dr Parr told me daught

to get you home. for 

you to take it too.

all the Soldiers in the

Barracks. have Fever

God Bless us I hope

it will go soon

[next page]

it through the Pay office

well My Dear Jack we

all had a go of

the Flu. here. it is

a very bad sickness

there was a couple of

Deaths here. from it

thank God I have it

over me. as long as

I kept out in the

air I was alright when

I go into the House

I was going off in

weakness. Nannie

[/upper right letter]

[bottom center letter]

I am glad you got my

photo, I am in for a bad

time of it. when you

come home, I dont think,

it is controlled now.

I will send your Photo

when I get it back,

I am getting you enlarged

you look fine in it.

      I will draw to a

close now. and hopes

to hear from you soon again

    I remain your

ever Loving Wife

            Maggie

         xxxxxxxxxxx

       xxxxxxxxxxxxx

I wish those were real

[/bottom center letter]


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[upper left letter]

and it was only this week

My Big looms were given

away. So I shall make

a start as soon as there

is small ones ready. I

may tell you I was not

idle for My time at home

papering and Painting. I

got great going over form

Nannier Nan and Mrs. Fay

selling me I was getting

ready for you. and you

can guess the rest.

[next page]

when I tell them it bes

so long since I heard

from you. every week

Father O Keoffe comes down

to enquire about you.

I see by to-nights Paper

another Big Battle is on

May God take care of you

Well Dear Jack I am

getting on alright Myself

but did not start to

work yet. I am out two months now.

[/upper left letter]

[upper right letter]

was as bad as i was

you would laugh if

you seen us dosing

ourselves. The men were

worse than we were

Tom told me there was

over two hundred men

in Gormonstown. out

Dr Parr told me daught

to get you home. for 

you to take it too.

all the Soldiers in the

Barracks. have Fever

God Bless us I hope

it will go soon

[next page]

it through the Pay office

well My Dear Jack we

all had a go of

the Flu. here. it is

a very bad sickness

there was a couple of

Deaths here. from it

thank God I have it

over me. as long as

I kept out in the

air I was alright when

I go into the House

I was going off in

weakness. Nannie

[/upper right letter]

[bottom center letter]

I am glad you got my

photo, I am in for a bad

time of it. when you

come home, I dont think,

it is controlled now.

I will send your Photo

when I get it back,

I am getting you enlarged

you look fine in it.

      I will draw to a

close now. and hopes

to hear from you soon again

    I remain your

ever Loving Wife

            Maggie

         xxxxxxxxxxx

       xxxxxxxxxxxxx

I wish those were real

[/bottom center letter]



Transcription history
  • February 10, 2018 18:13:43 Annick Rodriguez

    [upper left letter]

    and it was only this week

    My Big looms were given

    away. So I shall make

    a start as soon as there

    is small ones ready. I

    may tell you I was not

    idle for My time at home

    papering and Painting. I

    got great going over form

    Nannier Nan and Mrs. Fay

    selling me I was getting

    ready for you. and you

    can guess the rest.

    [next page]

    when I tell them it bes

    so long since I heard

    from you. every week

    Father O Keoffe comes down

    to enquire about you.

    I see by to-nights Paper

    another Big Battle is on

    May God take care of you

    Well Dear Jack I am

    getting on alright Myself

    but did not start to

    work yet. I am out two months now.

    [/upper left letter]

    [upper right letter]

    was as bad as i was

    you would laugh if

    you seen us dosing

    ourselves. The men were

    worse than we were

    Tom told me there was

    over two hundred men

    in Gormonstown. out

    Dr Parr told me daught

    to get you home. for 

    you to take it too.

    all the Soldiers in the

    Barracks. have Fever

    God Bless us I hope

    it will go soon

    [next page]

    it through the Pay office

    well My Dear Jack we

    all had a go of

    the Flu. here. it is

    a very bad sickness

    there was a couple of

    Deaths here. from it

    thank God I have it

    over me. as long as

    I kept out in the

    air I was alright when

    I go into the House

    I was going off in

    weakness. Nannie

    [/upper right letter]

    [bottom center letter]

    I am glad you got my

    photo, I am in for a bad

    time of it. when you

    come home, I dont think,

    it is controlled now.

    I will send your Photo

    when I get it back,

    I am getting you enlarged

    you look fine in it.

          I will draw to a

    close now. and hopes

    to hear from you soon again

        I remain your

    ever Loving Wife

                Maggie

             xxxxxxxxxxx

           xxxxxxxxxxxxx

    I wish those were real

    [/bottom center letter]


  • February 10, 2018 18:12:52 Annick Rodriguez

    [upper left letter]

    and it was only this week

    My Big looms were given

    away. So I shall make

    a start as soon as there

    is small ones ready. I

    may tell you I was not

    idle for My time at home

    papering and Painting. I

    got great going over form

    Nannier Nan and Mrs. Fay

    selling me I was getting

    ready for you. and you

    can guess the rest.

    [next page]

    when I tell them it bes

    so long since I heard

    from you. every week

    Father O Keoffe comes down

    to enquire about you.

    I see by to-nights Paper

    another Big Battle is on

    May God take care of you

    Well Dear Jack I am

    getting on alright Myself

    but did not start to

    work yet. I am out two months now.

    [/upper left letter]

    [upper right letter]

    was as bad as i was

    you would laugh if

    you seen us dosing

    ourselves. The men were

    worse than we were

    Tom told me there was

    over two hundred men

    in Gormonstown. out

    Dr Parr told me daught

    to get you home. for 

    you to take it too.

    all the Soldiers in the

    Barracks. have Fever

    God Bless us I hope

    it will go soon

    [next page]

    it through the Pay office

    well My Dear Jack we

    all had a go of

    the Flu. here. it is

    a very bad sickness

    there was a couple of

    Deaths here. from it

    thank God I have it

    over me. as long as

    I kept out in the

    air I was alright when

    I go into the House

    I was going off in

    weakness. Nannie

    [/upper right letter]

    [bottom center letter]

    I am glad you got my

    photo, I am in for a bad

    time of it. when you

    come home, I dont think,

    it is controlled now.

    I will send your Photo

    when I get it back,

    I am getting you enlarged

    you look fine in it.

          I will draw to a

    close now. and hopes

    to hear from you soon again

        I remain your

    ever Loving Wife

                Maggie

             xxxxxxxxxxx

           xxxxxxxxxxxxx

    I wish those were real



  • February 10, 2018 18:09:48 Annick Rodriguez

    [upper left letter]

    and it was only this week

    My Big looms were given

    away. So I shall make

    a start as soon as there

    is small ones ready. I

    may tell you I was not

    idle for My time at home

    papering and Painting. I

    got great going over form

    Nannier Nan and Mrs. Fay

    selling me I was getting

    ready for you. and you

    can guess the rest.

    [next page]

    when I tell them it bes

    so long since I heard

    from you. every week

    Father O Keoffe comes down

    to enquire about you.

    I see by to-nights Paper

    another Big Battle is on

    May God take care of you

    Well Dear Jack I am

    getting on alright Myself

    but did not start to

    work yet. I am out two months now.

    [/upper left letter]

    [upper right letter]

    was as bad as i was

    you would laugh if

    you seen us dosing

    ourselves. The men were

    worse than we were

    Tom told me there was

    over two hundred men

    in Gormonstown. out

    Dr Parr told me daught

    to get you home. for 

    you to take it too.

    all the Soldiers in the

    Barracks. have Fever

    God Bless us I hope

    it will go soon

    [next page]

    it through the Pay office

    well My Dear Jack we

    all had a go of

    the Flu. here. it is

    a very bad sickness

    there was a couple of

    Deaths here. from it

    thank God I have it

    over me. as long as

    I kept out in the

    air I was alright when

    I go into the House

    I was going off in

    weakness. Nannie



  • February 10, 2018 17:54:55 Annick Rodriguez

    [upper left letter]

    and it was only this week

    My Big looms were given

    away. So I shall make

    a start as soon as there

    is small ones ready. I

    may tell you I was not

    idle for My time at home

    papering and Painting. I

    got great going over form

    Nannier Nan and Mrs. Fay

    selling me I was getting

    ready for you. and you

    can guess the rest.

    [next page]

    when I tell them it bes

    so long since I heard

    from you. every week

    Father O Keoffe comes down

    to enquire about you.

    I see by to-nights Paper

    another Big Battle is on

    May God take care of you

    Well Dear Jack I am

    getting on alright Myself

    but did not start to

    work yet. I am out two months now.

    [/upper left letter]

    [upper right letter]

    was as bad as i was

    you would laugh if

    you seen us dosing

    ourselves. The men were

    worse than we were

    Tom told me there was

    over two hundred men

    in Gormonstown. out

    Dr Parr told me daught

    to get you home. for 

    you to take it too.

    all the Soldiers in the

    Barracks. have Fever

    God Bless us I hope

    it will go soon

    [next page]

    it through




  • February 10, 2018 17:54:38 Annick Rodriguez

    [upper left letter]

    and it was only this week

    My Big looms were given

    away. So I shall make

    a start as soon as there

    is small ones ready. I

    may tell you I was not

    idle for My time at home

    papering and Painting. I

    got great going over form

    Nannier Nan and Mrs. Fay

    selling me I was getting

    ready for you. and you

    can guess the rest.

    [next page]

    when I tell them it bes

    so long since I heard

    from you. every week

    Father O Keoffe comes down

    to enquire about you.

    I see by to-nights Paper

    another Big Battle is on

    May God take care of you

    Well Dear Jack I am

    getting on alright Myself

    but did not start to

    work yet. I am out two months now.

    [/upper left letter]

    [upper right letter]

    was as bad as i was

    you would laugh if

    you seen us dosing

    ourselves. The men were

    worse than we were

    Tom told me there was

    over two hundred men

    in Gormonstown. out

    Dr Parr told me daught

    to get you home. for 

    you to take it too.

    all the Soldiers in the

    Barracks. have Fever

    God Bless us I hope

    it will go soon




  • February 10, 2018 17:52:31 Annick Rodriguez

    [upper left letter]

    and it was only this week

    My Big looms were given

    away. So I shall make

    a start as soon as there

    is small ones ready. I

    may tell you I was not

    idle for My time at home

    papering and Painting. I

    got great going over form

    Nannier Nan and Mrs. Fay

    selling me I was getting

    ready for you. and you

    can guess the rest.

    [next page]

    when I tell them it bes

    so long since I heard

    from you. every week

    Father O Keoffe comes down

    to enquire about you.

    I see by to-nights Paper

    another Big Battle is on

    May God take care of you

    Well Dear Jack I am

    getting on alright Myself

    but did not start to

    work yet. I am out two months now.

    [/upper left letter]

    [upper right letter]

    was as bad as i was

    you would laugh if

    you seen us dosing

    ourselves. The men were

    worse than we were




  • February 9, 2018 18:58:29 Annick Rodriguez

    [upper left letter]

    and it was only this week

    My Big looms were given

    away. So I shall make

    a start as soon as there

    is small ones ready. I

    may tell you I was not

    idle for My time at home

    papering and Painting. I

    got great going over form

    Nannier Nan and Mrs. Fay

    selling me I was getting

    ready for you. and you

    can guess the rest.

    [next page]

    when I tell them it bes

    so long since I heard

    from you. every week

    Father O Keoffe comes down

    to enquire about you.

    I see by to-nights Paper

    another Big Battle is on

    May God take care of you

    Well Dear Jack I am

    getting on alright Myself

    but did not start to

    work yet. I am out two months now.



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