He never saw his daughter, item 51

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Limburg

 25-2-16


My dear Annie.

Your card of 14th rcd

and delighted all are well. I had a 

letter from Mr. Maude he was telling

me about Babys illness. I'm greatly

relieved she is better. I suppose she

will have great walking in the good

weather. I hope your father is still

keeping well also Mother there is no 

use in inquiring for Andy. I'm sure he is

alright also Rosey. I expect the chap

that took the socks home is still in

hospital. Well I suppose we will all

meet again some day please God.

to make a fresh start I'm going to

bother you again to acknowledge some

parcels for me. sorry to give you the

trouble till happier days.

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Limburg

 25-2-16


My dear Annie.

Your card of 14th rcd

and delighted all are well. I had a 

letter from Mr. Maude he was telling

me about Babys illness. I'm greatly

relieved she is better. I suppose she

will have great walking in the good

weather. I hope your father is still

keeping well also Mother there is no 

use in inquiring for Andy. I'm sure he is

alright also Rosey. I expect the chap

that took the socks home is still in

hospital. Well I suppose we will all

meet again some day please God.

to make a fresh start I'm going to

bother you again to acknowledge some

parcels for me. sorry to give you the

trouble till happier days.


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  • November 27, 2017 05:33:20 Thomas A. Lingner

    Limburg

     25-2-16


    My dear Annie.

    Your card of 14th rcd

    and delighted all are well. I had a 

    letter from Mr. Maude he was telling

    me about Babys illness. I'm greatly

    relieved she is better. I suppose she

    will have great walking in the good

    weather. I hope your father is still

    keeping well also Mother there is no 

    use in inquiring for Andy. I'm sure he is

    alright also Rosey. I expect the chap

    that took the socks home is still in

    hospital. Well I suppose we will all

    meet again some day please God.

    to make a fresh start I'm going to

    bother you again to acknowledge some

    parcels for me. sorry to give you the

    trouble till happier days.

  • June 13, 2017 12:22:58 L G

    Limburg

     25-2-16


    My dear Annie.

    Your card of 14th rcd

    and delighted all are well. I had a 

    letter from Mr. Maude he was telling

    me about Babys illness. I'm greatly

    relieved she is better. I suppose she

    will have great walking in the good

    weather. I hope your father is still

    keeping well also Mother there is no 

    use in inquiring for Andy. I'm sure he is

    alright also Rosey. I expect the chap

    that took the socks home is still in

    hospital. Well I suppose we will all

    meet again some day please God.

    to make a fresh start I'm going to

    bother you again to acknowledge some

    parcels for me. sorry to give you the

    trouble till happier days.


  • June 12, 2017 12:01:57 L G

    Limburg

     25-2-16


    My dear Annie.

    Your card of 14th rcd

    and delighted all are well. I had a 

    letter from Mr. Mande he was telling

    me about Babys illness. I'm greatly

    relieved she is better. I suppose she

    will have great walking in the good

    weather. I hope your father is still

    keeping well also Mother there is no 

    use in inquiring for Andy. I'm sure he is

    alright also Rosey. I expect the chap

    that took the socks home is still in

    hospital. Well I suppose we will all

    meet again some day please God.

    to make a fresh start I'm going to

    bother you again to acknowledge some

    parcels for me. sorry to give you the

    trouble till happier days.


  • March 6, 2017 22:09:22 Johna Sizemore

    Limburg

     25-2-16


    My dear Annie.

    Your card of 14th rcd

    and delighted all are well. I had a 

    letter from Mr. Maude he was telling

    me about Babys illness. I'm greatly

    relieved she is better. I suppose she

    will have great walking in the good

    weather. I hope your father is still

    keeping well also Mother there is no 

    use in inquiring for Andy. I'm sure he's

    alright also Rosey. I expect the chap

    that took the socks home is still in

    hospital. Well I suppose we will all

    meet again some day please God.

    to make a fresh start I'm going to

    bother you again to acknowledge some

    parcels for me. sorry to give you the

    trouble till happier days.


  • March 6, 2017 22:03:07 Johna Sizemore

    Loimburg

    25-2-16


    My dear Annie.

    Your card of 14th rcd

    and delighted all are well. I had a 

    letter from Mr. Maude he was telling

    me about Babys illness. I'm greatly

    relieved she is better. I suppose she

    will have great walking in the good

    weather. I hope your father is still

    keeping well also Mother there is no 

    use in inquiring for Andy. I'm sure he's

    alright also Rosey. I expect the chap

    that took the socks home is still in

    hospital. Well I suppose we will all

    meet again some day please God.

    to make a fresh start I'm going to

    bother you again to acknowledge some

    parcels for me. sorry to give you the

    trouble till happier days.


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  • 50.3986005||8.0795783||

    Limburg, Germany

  • 53.852351||-6.8048926||

    Kilmainhamwood, Co. Meath, Ireland

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


ID
3369 / 41137
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Eilish Lamb
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


February 28, 1916
  • English





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