He never saw his daughter, item 49

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 Printed 

Kriegsgefangenenlager German: prisoner of war camp

Limburg, February 7th 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

The following is handwritten in provided space: 

My dear Annie. Your two letters of 10th and

24th received. Many thanks. delighted to hear all

are well and that Baby is over her trouble. You

may be sure she will always be her Dadda's

darling. I hope your father is still well. Glad Rosey

is well. Well I suppose Annie dear we will meet

someday. I suppose it is still cold there. drop

a line to Father and say I'm all right. Ever thine

love to all

Will.

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 Printed 

Kriegsgefangenenlager German: prisoner of war camp

Limburg, February 7th 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

The following is handwritten in provided space: 

My dear Annie. Your two letters of 10th and

24th received. Many thanks. delighted to hear all

are well and that Baby is over her trouble. You

may be sure she will always be her Dadda's

darling. I hope your father is still well. Glad Rosey

is well. Well I suppose Annie dear we will meet

someday. I suppose it is still cold there. drop

a line to Father and say I'm all right. Ever thine

love to all

Will.


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  • November 27, 2017 05:30:16 Thomas A. Lingner

     Printed 

    Kriegsgefangenenlager German: prisoner of war camp

    Limburg, February 7th 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

    The following is handwritten in provided space: 

    My dear Annie. Your two letters of 10th and

    24th received. Many thanks. delighted to hear all

    are well and that Baby is over her trouble. You

    may be sure she will always be her Dadda's

    darling. I hope your father is still well. Glad Rosey

    is well. Well I suppose Annie dear we will meet

    someday. I suppose it is still cold there. drop

    a line to Father and say I'm all right. Ever thine

    love to all

    Will.

  • June 13, 2017 12:22:20 L G

    Kriegsgefangenenlager German word for prisoner of war camp

    Limburg, February 7th 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

    The following is handwritten in provided space: 

    My dear Annie. Your two letters of 10th and

    24th received. Many thanks. delighted to hear all

    are well and that Baby is over her trouble. You

    may be sure she will always be her Dadda's

    darling. I hope your father is still well. Glad Rosey

    is well. Well I  suppose  Annie dear we will meet

    someday. I suppose it is still cold there. drop

    a line to Father and say  Im  all right. Ever thine

    love to all

    Will.


  • June 13, 2017 12:06:30 L G

    Kriegsgefangenenlager 

    Limburg, February 7th 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

    The following is handwritten in provided space: 

    My dear Annie. Your two letters of 10th and

    24th received. Many thanks. delighted to hear all

    are well and that Baby is over her trouble. You

    may be sure she will always be her Dadda's

    darling. I hope your father is still well. Glad Rosey

    is well. Well I  suppose  Annie dear we will meet

    someday. I suppose it is still cold there. drop

    a line to Father and say  Im  all right. Ever thine

    love to all

    Will.


  • June 12, 2017 11:56:14 L G

    Kriegsgefangenenlager.  Printed text,German for POW (Prisoner of War) camp 

    Limburg,  Printed text  February 7th Handwritten text  191 Printed text  6  Handwritten text

    Handwritten text: 

    My dear Annie. Your two letters of 10th and

    24th received. Many thanks. delighted to hear all

    are well and that Baby is over her trouble. You

    may be sure she will always be her Dadda's

    darling. I hope your father is still well. Glad Rosey

    is well. Well I  suppose  Annie dear we will meet

    someday. I suppose it is still cold there. drop

    a line to Father and say  Im  all right. Ever thine

    love to all

    Will.


  • June 12, 2017 11:55:07 L G

    Kriegsgefangenenlager.  Printed text,German for POW (Prisoner of War) camp 

    Limburg,  Printed text  February 7th Handwritten text  191 Printed text  6  Handwritten text

    Handwritten text: 

    My dear Annie. Your two letters of 10th and

    24th received. Many thanks. delighted to hear all

    are well and that Baby is over her trouble. You

    may be sure she will always be her Dadda's

    darling. I hope your father is still well. Glad Rosey

    is well. Well I  suppose  Annie dear we will meet

    someday. I suppose it is still cold there. drop

    a line to Father and say Im all right. Ever thine

    love to all

    Will.


  • March 6, 2017 21:50:52 Johna Sizemore

    February 7th 1916

    My dear Annie. Your two letters of 10th and

    24th received. Many thanks. delighted to hear all

    are well and that Baby is over her trouble. You

    may be sure she will always be her Dadda's

    darling. I hope your father is still well. Glad Rosey

    is well. Well I suppose Annie dear we will meet

    someday. I suppose it is still cold there. drop

    a line to Father and say hi all right. Ever thine

    love to all

    Will.


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    Limburg, Germany

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    Kilmainhamwood, Co. Meath, Ireland

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Location(s)
  • Story location Kilmainhamwood, Co. Meath, Ireland
  • Document location Limburg, Germany


ID
3369 / 41135
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Eilish Lamb
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


February 7, 1916
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