William Windross - postcard album from WW1, item 24

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 Top Card 

 Address: 

Mrs. Windross

Prospect St

Rawdon

N Leeds

 In margin: 

c/o Mrs. Heron

15 Boulvarde

Hedon N. Hull

 Letter: 

Just a card to say I have

arrived here quite safely

William met me at Hull

he had a late pass out

so had not to be in until

12 oclock. Have been to

Church this morning   seen

W among all his pals He

is coming up about two oclock

today. We are going for

a good walk It is

quite dull here today

Love from Both L W.


 Lower Left Card 

 No Address 

 Letter: 

May 16th 1915

My Dearest Mother

Just a line to say that I

am well & alright. Hope you

getting better again. Have not heard

from you lately is  Fen  still at home

he has had a nice long stay. hope to

be back home soon. Ever, Your Loving

Son xx William xxxxxx


 Lower Right Card 

 Address: 

Mrs. C. Windross

Prospect Street

Rawdon

Leeds

 Letter: 

Dear C. Father asked

about clothThey have

not got a lot of

flock in the place

not making any

just now

 Love , Betty

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 Top Card 

 Address: 

Mrs. Windross

Prospect St

Rawdon

N Leeds

 In margin: 

c/o Mrs. Heron

15 Boulvarde

Hedon N. Hull

 Letter: 

Just a card to say I have

arrived here quite safely

William met me at Hull

he had a late pass out

so had not to be in until

12 oclock. Have been to

Church this morning   seen

W among all his pals He

is coming up about two oclock

today. We are going for

a good walk It is

quite dull here today

Love from Both L W.


 Lower Left Card 

 No Address 

 Letter: 

May 16th 1915

My Dearest Mother

Just a line to say that I

am well & alright. Hope you

getting better again. Have not heard

from you lately is  Fen  still at home

he has had a nice long stay. hope to

be back home soon. Ever, Your Loving

Son xx William xxxxxx


 Lower Right Card 

 Address: 

Mrs. C. Windross

Prospect Street

Rawdon

Leeds

 Letter: 

Dear C. Father asked

about clothThey have

not got a lot of

flock in the place

not making any

just now

 Love , Betty


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  • October 26, 2017 20:56:16 Thomas A. Lingner

     Top Card 

     Address: 

    Mrs. Windross

    Prospect St

    Rawdon

    N Leeds

     In margin: 

    c/o Mrs. Heron

    15 Boulvarde

    Hedon N. Hull

     Letter: 

    Just a card to say I have

    arrived here quite safely

    William met me at Hull

    he had a late pass out

    so had not to be in until

    12 oclock. Have been to

    Church this morning   seen

    W among all his pals He

    is coming up about two oclock

    today. We are going for

    a good walk It is

    quite dull here today

    Love from Both L W.


     Lower Left Card 

     No Address 

     Letter: 

    May 16th 1915

    My Dearest Mother

    Just a line to say that I

    am well & alright. Hope you

    getting better again. Have not heard

    from you lately is  Fen  still at home

    he has had a nice long stay. hope to

    be back home soon. Ever, Your Loving

    Son xx William xxxxxx


     Lower Right Card 

     Address: 

    Mrs. C. Windross

    Prospect Street

    Rawdon

    Leeds

     Letter: 

    Dear C. Father asked

    about clothThey have

    not got a lot of

    flock in the place

    not making any

    just now

     Love , Betty


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    17110 / 198960
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    Contributor
    Jean Allison
    License
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