William Windross - postcard album from WW1, item 4

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 Top Postcard 

Sept 17th 1917
France
Dear Father & Mother
Just a card to
ask how you are going
on. I am quite well & at
the present am at a
rest camp I don't know
if it is for a few days
or a week Love to all at
home William


 Address Mr & Mrs Windross

12 Prospect Street

Rawdon

N. Leeds

England


 Lower Left Postcard 

September 23rd

Dear Mother

Just a line to

say that I am quite

well & alright. We are

still at a rest camp &

are having a fine time

hope you are keeping

well Love to all

Your affect  (ionate)  son

William


 Address 

Mr & Mrs Windross

12 Prospect Street

Rawdon

N. Leeds

England


 Lower Right Postcard 

Sept 11th 19 18 

My Dear Mother

Just a card to

wish you very many

Happy Returns of your

Birthday. I hope by

the next one comes

round that this

horriable  horrible  war will

be over & that we shall

all be safely back in

our own homes. wishing

you the best of luck & every

good wish Ever Your Loving

Son William xxxxxxxxx

 Address 

Mrs Windross

12 Prospect Street

Rawdon

N. Leeds

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 Top Postcard 

Sept 17th 1917
France
Dear Father & Mother
Just a card to
ask how you are going
on. I am quite well & at
the present am at a
rest camp I don't know
if it is for a few days
or a week Love to all at
home William


 Address Mr & Mrs Windross

12 Prospect Street

Rawdon

N. Leeds

England


 Lower Left Postcard 

September 23rd

Dear Mother

Just a line to

say that I am quite

well & alright. We are

still at a rest camp &

are having a fine time

hope you are keeping

well Love to all

Your affect  (ionate)  son

William


 Address 

Mr & Mrs Windross

12 Prospect Street

Rawdon

N. Leeds

England


 Lower Right Postcard 

Sept 11th 19 18 

My Dear Mother

Just a card to

wish you very many

Happy Returns of your

Birthday. I hope by

the next one comes

round that this

horriable  horrible  war will

be over & that we shall

all be safely back in

our own homes. wishing

you the best of luck & every

good wish Ever Your Loving

Son William xxxxxxxxx

 Address 

Mrs Windross

12 Prospect Street

Rawdon

N. Leeds


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  • October 23, 2017 21:53:17 Thomas A. Lingner

     Top Postcard 

    Sept 17th 1917
    France
    Dear Father & Mother
    Just a card to
    ask how you are going
    on. I am quite well & at
    the present am at a
    rest camp I don't know
    if it is for a few days
    or a week Love to all at
    home William


     Address Mr & Mrs Windross

    12 Prospect Street

    Rawdon

    N. Leeds

    England


     Lower Left Postcard 

    September 23rd

    Dear Mother

    Just a line to

    say that I am quite

    well & alright. We are

    still at a rest camp &

    are having a fine time

    hope you are keeping

    well Love to all

    Your affect  (ionate)  son

    William


     Address 

    Mr & Mrs Windross

    12 Prospect Street

    Rawdon

    N. Leeds

    England


     Lower Right Postcard 

    Sept 11th 19 18 

    My Dear Mother

    Just a card to

    wish you very many

    Happy Returns of your

    Birthday. I hope by

    the next one comes

    round that this

    horriable  horrible  war will

    be over & that we shall

    all be safely back in

    our own homes. wishing

    you the best of luck & every

    good wish Ever Your Loving

    Son William xxxxxxxxx

     Address 

    Mrs Windross

    12 Prospect Street

    Rawdon

    N. Leeds


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    17110 / 198921
    Source
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    Contributor
    Jean Allison
    License
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