He never saw his daughter, item 54

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Kriegsgefangenenlager German word for prisoner of war camp

Limburg, March 9th 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

The following is handwritten in provided space: 

My dear Annie, Your welcome card of 28th

received. delighted you are all well also my

father and needless to say her majesty the Baby.

She must be very amusing. I wish I was with

her. Id just love it. Is she walking yet. Mind

she doest fall into the well after the trout.

how is Rosey and Mary Muldoon. I suppose

its cold yet. Write often and plenty.

Ever Yours

Will.

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Kriegsgefangenenlager German word for prisoner of war camp

Limburg, March 9th 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

The following is handwritten in provided space: 

My dear Annie, Your welcome card of 28th

received. delighted you are all well also my

father and needless to say her majesty the Baby.

She must be very amusing. I wish I was with

her. Id just love it. Is she walking yet. Mind

she doest fall into the well after the trout.

how is Rosey and Mary Muldoon. I suppose

its cold yet. Write often and plenty.

Ever Yours

Will.


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  • June 13, 2017 12:24:06 L G

    Kriegsgefangenenlager German word for prisoner of war camp

    Limburg, March 9th 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

    The following is handwritten in provided space: 

    My dear Annie, Your welcome card of 28th

    received. delighted you are all well also my

    father and needless to say her majesty the Baby.

    She must be very amusing. I wish I was with

    her. Id just love it. Is she walking yet. Mind

    she doest fall into the well after the trout.

    how is Rosey and Mary Muldoon. I suppose

    its cold yet. Write often and plenty.

    Ever Yours

    Will.


  • June 13, 2017 12:05:47 L G

    Kriegsgefangenenlager 

    Limburg, March 9th 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

     The following is handwritten in provided space: 

    My dear Annie, Your welcome card of 28th

    received. delighted you are all well also my

    father and needless to say her majesty the Baby.

    She must be very amusing. I wish I was with

    her. Id just love it. Is she walking yet. Mind

    she doest fall into the well after the trout.

    how is Rosey and Mary Muldoon. I suppose

    its cold yet. Write often and plenty.

    Ever Yours

    Will.


  • June 12, 2017 12:09:13 L G

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

    Limburg, Printed text March 9th  Handwritten text  191  Printed text 6  Handwritten text 

    Handwritten text: 

    My dear Annie, Your welcome card of 28th

    received. delighted you are all well also my

    father and needless to say her majesty the Baby.

    She must be very amusing. I wish I was with

    her. Id just love it. Is she walking yet. Mind

    she doest fall into the well after the trout.

    how is Rosey and Mary Muldoon. I suppose

    its cold yet. Write often and plenty.

    Ever Yours

    Will.


  • March 6, 2017 22:14:02 Johna Sizemore

    March 9th 1916

    My dear Annie, Your welcome crd of 28th

    received. delighted you are all well also my

    father and needless to say her majesty the Baby.

    She must be very amusing. I wish I was with

    her. I'd just love it. Is she walking yet. Mind

    she doesn't fall into the well after the trout.

    how is Rosey and Mary Muldoon. I suppose

    it's cold yet. Write often and plenty.

    Ever Yours

    Will.


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  • 50.3986005||8.0795783||

    Limburg, Germany

  • 53.852351||-6.8048926||

    Kilmainhamwood, Co. Meath, Ireland

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  • Story location Kilmainhamwood, Co. Meath, Ireland
  • Document location Limburg, Germany


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Eilish Lamb
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March 9, 1916





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