William Windross - postcard album from WW1, item 35

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 Top Card 

 Address: 

Miss Windross

"Prospect" 

Rawdon

N Leeds

 Letter: 
 Westford  Oct 29th

Dear C. I am busy so

will write as soon as I get 

a chance. Thanks for your 

letter of last week.

Have you heard from  4 

lately you didn't say in

your letter. It's very cold

here. Am thinking of having

my photo taken for Xmas

did  n't 4  have theirs taken

on Sunday. Time I was off

to  Thoroughaigh . Best love

to all. Yours  Anabel 


 Lower Left Card 

 Address: 

Mrs. Windross

12 Prospect Street

Rawdon

N Leeds

England

 Letter: 

July 12th, 1918

My Dear Mother

Thanks very much for 

your letter just to hand dated

July 7th. I am pleased to hear

that you are keeping quite

well. What a pity Jos didn't 

get over to see you whilst

he was at Harrogate. I should

take no notice of him pretending

to know how much longer 

they are going to be in England.


 Lower Right Card 

 Address: 

Mrs. Windross

Prospect

Rawdon

N Leeds

Yorks

 Letter: 

D.M.

We are leaving

here tomorrow Saturday

will write as soon as

I get settled from

your loving son Joss

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 Top Card 

 Address: 

Miss Windross

"Prospect" 

Rawdon

N Leeds

 Letter: 
 Westford  Oct 29th

Dear C. I am busy so

will write as soon as I get 

a chance. Thanks for your 

letter of last week.

Have you heard from  4 

lately you didn't say in

your letter. It's very cold

here. Am thinking of having

my photo taken for Xmas

did  n't 4  have theirs taken

on Sunday. Time I was off

to  Thoroughaigh . Best love

to all. Yours  Anabel 


 Lower Left Card 

 Address: 

Mrs. Windross

12 Prospect Street

Rawdon

N Leeds

England

 Letter: 

July 12th, 1918

My Dear Mother

Thanks very much for 

your letter just to hand dated

July 7th. I am pleased to hear

that you are keeping quite

well. What a pity Jos didn't 

get over to see you whilst

he was at Harrogate. I should

take no notice of him pretending

to know how much longer 

they are going to be in England.


 Lower Right Card 

 Address: 

Mrs. Windross

Prospect

Rawdon

N Leeds

Yorks

 Letter: 

D.M.

We are leaving

here tomorrow Saturday

will write as soon as

I get settled from

your loving son Joss


Transcription history
  • October 27, 2017 22:25:38 Thomas A. Lingner

     Top Card 

     Address: 

    Miss Windross

    "Prospect" 

    Rawdon

    N Leeds

     Letter: 
     Westford  Oct 29th

    Dear C. I am busy so

    will write as soon as I get 

    a chance. Thanks for your 

    letter of last week.

    Have you heard from  4 

    lately you didn't say in

    your letter. It's very cold

    here. Am thinking of having

    my photo taken for Xmas

    did  n't 4  have theirs taken

    on Sunday. Time I was off

    to  Thoroughaigh . Best love

    to all. Yours  Anabel 


     Lower Left Card 

     Address: 

    Mrs. Windross

    12 Prospect Street

    Rawdon

    N Leeds

    England

     Letter: 

    July 12th, 1918

    My Dear Mother

    Thanks very much for 

    your letter just to hand dated

    July 7th. I am pleased to hear

    that you are keeping quite

    well. What a pity Jos didn't 

    get over to see you whilst

    he was at Harrogate. I should

    take no notice of him pretending

    to know how much longer 

    they are going to be in England.


     Lower Right Card 

     Address: 

    Mrs. Windross

    Prospect

    Rawdon

    N Leeds

    Yorks

     Letter: 

    D.M.

    We are leaving

    here tomorrow Saturday

    will write as soon as

    I get settled from

    your loving son Joss


  • October 27, 2017 22:25:01 Thomas A. Lingner

    Top Card

    Address:

    Miss Windross

    "Prospect" 

    Rawdon

    N Leeds

    Letter:
     Westford  Oct 29th

    Dear C. I am busy so

    will write as soon as I get 

    a chance. Thanks for your 

    letter of last week.

    Have you heard from  4 

    lately you didn't say in

    your letter. It's very cold

    here. Am thinking of having

    my photo taken for Xmas

    did  n't 4  have theirs taken

    on Sunday. Time I was off

    to  Thoroughaigh . Best love

    to all. Yours  Anabel 


    Lower Left Card

    Address:

    Mrs. Windross

    12 Prospect Street

    Rawdon

    N Leeds

    England

    Letter:

    July 12th, 1918

    My Dear Mother

    Thanks very much for 

    your letter just to hand dated

    July 7th. I am pleased to hear

    that you are keeping quite

    well. What a pity Jos didn't 

    get over to see you whilst

    he was at Harrogate. I should

    take no notice of him pretending

    to know how much longer 

    they are going to be in England.


    Lower Right Card

    Address:

    Mrs. Windross

    Prospect

    Rawdon

    N Leeds

    Yorks

    Letter:

    D.M.

    We are leaving

    here tomorrow Saturday

    will write as soon as

    I get settled from

    your loving son Joss


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    Contributor
    Jean Allison
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