William Monk, Diary 1917 of an allotment run by Clayton-le-Moors Working Mens Club, item 15

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1917.

12

March.


paid labor we came to the conclusion

that it would defeat

the object we had really set

out for. That is that this Club

do something towards the

cultivation of the land, thereby,

saving bread and helping our

country on to victory. Knowing

also that we had over sixty

members on military service in

various parts of the Military Zone

at least we expected enough voluntary

help to see us through.

An appeal for names on a

paper placed on the Board

asking those who would volunteer

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1917.

12

March.


paid labor we came to the conclusion

that it would defeat

the object we had really set

out for. That is that this Club

do something towards the

cultivation of the land, thereby,

saving bread and helping our

country on to victory. Knowing

also that we had over sixty

members on military service in

various parts of the Military Zone

at least we expected enough voluntary

help to see us through.

An appeal for names on a

paper placed on the Board

asking those who would volunteer


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  • November 1, 2017 16:53:33 Thomas A. Lingner

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    1917.

    12

    March.


    paid labor we came to the conclusion

    that it would defeat

    the object we had really set

    out for. That is that this Club

    do something towards the

    cultivation of the land, thereby,

    saving bread and helping our

    country on to victory. Knowing

    also that we had over sixty

    members on military service in

    various parts of the Military Zone

    at least we expected enough voluntary

    help to see us through.

    An appeal for names on a

    paper placed on the Board

    asking those who would volunteer

  • March 2, 2017 01:05:21 S. J. Adams

    1917.

    12

    March.


    paid labor we came to the con-

    clusion that it would defeat

    the object we had really set

    out for. That is that this Club

    do something towards the

    cultivation of the land, thereby,

    saving bread and helping our

    country on to victory. Knowing

    also that we had over sixty

    members on military service in

    various parts of the military zone

    at least we expected enough vol-

    untary help to see us through.

    An appeal for names on a

    paper placed on the Board

    asking those who would volunteer


  • March 2, 2017 01:05:14 S. J. Adams

    1917.

    12

    March.


    paid labor we came to the con-

    clusion that it would defeat

    the object we had really set

    out for. That is that this Club

    do something towards the

    cultivation of the land, thereby,

    saving bread and helping our

    country on to victory. Knowing

    also that we had over sixty

    mebers on military service in

    various parts of the military zone

    at least we expected enough vol-

    untary help to see us through.

    An appeal for names on a

    paper placed on the Board

    asking those who would volunteer


  • March 2, 2017 01:04:42 S. J. Adams

    1917.

    12

    March.


    paid labor we came to the con-

    clusion that it would defeat

    the object we had really set

    out for. That is that this club

    do something towards the

    cultivation of the land, thereby,

     saving bread and helping our

    country on to victory. Knowing

    also that we had over sixty

    mebers on military service in

    various parts of the military zone

    at least we expected enough vol-

    untary help to see us through.

    An appeal for names on a

    paper placed on the Board

    asking those who would volunteer


  • March 2, 2017 01:03:12 S. J. Adams

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    1917.

    March.


    paid labor we came to the con-

    clusion that it would defeat

    the object we had really set

    out for. That is that this club

    do something towards the

    cultivation of the land, thereby,

     saving bread and helping our

    country on to victory. Knowing

    also that we had over sixty

    mebers on military service in

    various parts of the military zone

    at least we expected enough vol-

    untary help to see us through.

    An appeal for names on a

    paper placed on the Board

    asking those who would volunteer


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    Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire

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