He never saw his daughter, item 43

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In regard to bringing Anna out-

I was too previous. the order has

been cancelled and only wives are

allowed out. In any case I quite

agree the journey would be too

long for her so we must wait.

I suppose the grass is as green as

ever there. and how is Rosey. still 

going strong I hope. I suppose it

will take a year to finish the war

What are they doing there in regard to

increased food production. It means

plenty of ploughing. or are they 

going to have conscription. I 

don't suppose it would affect

Andy as he is a farmer. he

could till Rosey's bit also

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In regard to bringing Anna out-

I was too previous. the order has

been cancelled and only wives are

allowed out. In any case I quite

agree the journey would be too

long for her so we must wait.

I suppose the grass is as green as

ever there. and how is Rosey. still 

going strong I hope. I suppose it

will take a year to finish the war

What are they doing there in regard to

increased food production. It means

plenty of ploughing. or are they 

going to have conscription. I 

don't suppose it would affect

Andy as he is a farmer. he

could till Rosey's bit also


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  • June 12, 2017 11:02:58 L G

    In regard to bringing Anna out-

    I was too previous. the order has

    been cancelled and only wives are

    allowed out. In any case I quite

    agree the journey would be too

    long for her so we must wait.

    I suppose the grass is as green as

    ever there. and how is Rosey. still 

    going strong I hope. I suppose it

    will take a year to finish the war

    What are they doing there in regard to

    increased food production. It means

    plenty of ploughing. or are they 

    going to have conscription. I 

    don't suppose it would affect

    Andy as he is a farmer. he

    could till Rosey's bit also


  • March 6, 2017 21:42:35 Johna Sizemore

    In regard to bringing Anna out-

    I was too previous. the order has

    been cancelled and only wives are

    allowed out. In any case I quite

    agree the journey would be too

    long for her so we must wait.

    I suppose the grass is as green as

    ever there. and how's Rosey. still 

    going strong I hope. I suppose it

    will take a year to finish the war

    What are they doing there in regard to

    increased food production. It means

    plenty of ploughing. or are they 

    going to have conscription. I 

    don't suppose it would affect

    Andy as he is a farmer. he

    could till Rosey's bit also


  • March 6, 2017 21:41:21 Johna Sizemore

    In regard to bringing Anna out-

    I was too previous. the order has

    been cancelled and only wives are

    allowed out. In any case I quite

    agree the journey would be too

    long for her so we must wait.

    I suppose the grass is as green as

    ever there. and how's Rosey. still 

    going strong I hope. I suppose it

    will take a year to finish the war

    What are they doing there in regard to

    increased food production. It means

    plenty of ploughing. or are they 

    going to have conscription. I 

    don't suppose it owuld affect

    Andy as he is a farmer. he

    could till Rosey's bit also


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  • 46.3435634||7.012033||

    Leysin, Switzerland

  • 53.852351||-6.8048926||

    Kilmainhamwood, Co. Meath, Ireland

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Location(s)
  • Story location Kilmainhamwood, Co. Meath, Ireland
  • Document location Leysin, Switzerland


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3369 / 41129
Source
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Contributor
Eilish Lamb
License
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January 13, 1917





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