He never saw his daughter, item 85

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Kriegsgefangenenlager  Printed text, German word for POW camp 

Limburg (Lahn), 7th July  1916  The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

This is my address:

This section is contained in a box, with underlined spaces written by hand:

Prisoner of War 

Name: Sgt. W. O'Reilly Roy Irish Fusrs  Royal Irish Fusiliers 

 4 Comp.  II  Batl.

Camp of Prisoners of War

Limburg (Lahn) Germany. End of boxed section

The indications mentioned above must be reproduced in the address.


The following is handwritten in provided space:

My dear Annie.

Many thanks for your

welcome letter which I enjoyed very

much. and am very  glad you are all

quite well as Im same T.G. I also

 heard from my father. he has great

 praises of Baby. Im glad the weather

 so good. I suppose you are at the hay

Inkwriting not allowed.  Printed vertically along the left side, highlighted in pencil squiggles 

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Kriegsgefangenenlager  Printed text, German word for POW camp 

Limburg (Lahn), 7th July  1916  The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

This is my address:

This section is contained in a box, with underlined spaces written by hand:

Prisoner of War 

Name: Sgt. W. O'Reilly Roy Irish Fusrs  Royal Irish Fusiliers 

 4 Comp.  II  Batl.

Camp of Prisoners of War

Limburg (Lahn) Germany. End of boxed section

The indications mentioned above must be reproduced in the address.


The following is handwritten in provided space:

My dear Annie.

Many thanks for your

welcome letter which I enjoyed very

much. and am very  glad you are all

quite well as Im same T.G. I also

 heard from my father. he has great

 praises of Baby. Im glad the weather

 so good. I suppose you are at the hay

Inkwriting not allowed.  Printed vertically along the left side, highlighted in pencil squiggles 


Transcription history
  • June 28, 2017 12:21:37 L G

    Kriegsgefangenenlager  Printed text, German word for POW camp 

    Limburg (Lahn), 7th July  1916  The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

    This is my address:

    This section is contained in a box, with underlined spaces written by hand:

    Prisoner of War 

    Name: Sgt. W. O'Reilly Roy Irish Fusrs  Royal Irish Fusiliers 

     4 Comp.  II  Batl.

    Camp of Prisoners of War

    Limburg (Lahn) Germany. End of boxed section

    The indications mentioned above must be reproduced in the address.


    The following is handwritten in provided space:

    My dear Annie.

    Many thanks for your

    welcome letter which I enjoyed very

    much. and am very  glad you are all

    quite well as Im same T.G. I also

     heard from my father. he has great

     praises of Baby. Im glad the weather

     so good. I suppose you are at the hay

    Inkwriting not allowed.  Printed vertically along the left side, highlighted in pencil squiggles 


  • June 13, 2017 14:09:02 L G

    Kriegsgefangenenlager  Printed text, German word for POW camp 

    Limburg (Lahn), 7th July  1916  The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

    This is my address:

    This section is contained in a box, with underlined spaces written by hand:

    Prisoner of War 

    Name: Sgt. W. O'Reilly Roy Irish Fusrs  Royal Irish Fusiliers 

     4 Comp.  II  Batl.

    Camp of Prisoners of War

    Limburg (Lahn) Germany. End of boxed section

    The indications mentioned above must be reproduced in the address.


    The following is handwritten in provided space:

    My dear Annie.

    Many thanks for your

    welcome letter which I enjoyed very

    much. and am very  glad you are all

    quite well as Im same T.G.I also

     heard from my father. he has great

     praises of Baby. Im glad the weather

     so good. I suppose you are at the hay

    Inkwriting not allowed.  Printed vertically along the left side, highlighted in pencil squiggles 


  • March 14, 2017 19:59:29 Jill Corey

    My dear Annie many thanks for your

    welcome letter which I enjoyed very

    much.And am very  glad you are all

    quite well as I'm same. T.G.I also

     heard from my father.He has great

     praises of baby.I'm glad the weather

     so good.I suppose you are at the hay


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    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 / 41171
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Eilish Lamb
License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


July 7, 1916





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