Hospital Autograph Book, item 26

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Through this great turmoil you have held a hand

To help us lame boys over every stile;

Gave of the best you had at your command,

Nor paused to wonder was it worth your while,

Nor paused to count the value of the deed.

            Our friend in need.

                                    85197 Bdr H. C. Pearson

                                        R.F.A

                      Raddon Court

                         7.2.18

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If none were sick, + none were sad

What service could we render?

I think, it we were always glad

We scarcely could be tender


If sorrow never claimed our heart

And every wish were granted

Love would die , + hope depart

Life would be disenchanted.

                                                          Mary Walsh

                                                     Raddon Court

                                                            April 15/th 1917

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Through this great turmoil you have held a hand

To help us lame boys over every stile;

Gave of the best you had at your command,

Nor paused to wonder was it worth your while,

Nor paused to count the value of the deed.

            Our friend in need.

                                    85197 Bdr H. C. Pearson

                                        R.F.A

                      Raddon Court

                         7.2.18

[next page]  


If none were sick, + none were sad

What service could we render?

I think, it we were always glad

We scarcely could be tender


If sorrow never claimed our heart

And every wish were granted

Love would die , + hope depart

Life would be disenchanted.

                                                          Mary Walsh

                                                     Raddon Court

                                                            April 15/th 1917


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  • January 12, 2019 18:43:31 Annick Rodriguez

    Through this great turmoil you have held a hand

    To help us lame boys over every stile;

    Gave of the best you had at your command,

    Nor paused to wonder was it worth your while,

    Nor paused to count the value of the deed.

                Our friend in need.

                                        85197 Bdr H. C. Pearson

                                            R.F.A

                          Raddon Court

                             7.2.18

    [next page]  


    If none were sick, + none were sad

    What service could we render?

    I think, it we were always glad

    We scarcely could be tender


    If sorrow never claimed our heart

    And every wish were granted

    Love would die , + hope depart

    Life would be disenchanted.

                                                              Mary Walsh

                                                         Raddon Court

                                                                April 15/th 1917

  • January 12, 2019 18:41:28 Annick Rodriguez

    Through this great turmoil you have held a hand

    To help us lame boys over every stile;

    Gave of the best you had at your command,

    Nor paused to wonder was it worth your while,

    Nor paused to count the value of the deed.

                Our friend in need.

                                        85197 Bdr H. C. Pearson

                                            R.F.A

                          Raddon Court

                             7.2.18


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