He never saw his daughter, item 96

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Kriegsgefangenenlager German word for prisoner of war camp

Limburg, August 1st 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

The following is handwritten in provided space: 


My dear Annie,

Many thanks for your welcome card

and glad all are well including Queen Anna sorry

the weather is so bad. the clerk of the weather must

be on the spree. still my dear theres nothing bad but

might be worse. Im sure Anna is getting big and

strong. don't forget plenty of oatmeal for her and an

odd spanking. A kiss from Dadda. love to you all

Yours as Ever Willie

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Kriegsgefangenenlager German word for prisoner of war camp

Limburg, August 1st 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

The following is handwritten in provided space: 


My dear Annie,

Many thanks for your welcome card

and glad all are well including Queen Anna sorry

the weather is so bad. the clerk of the weather must

be on the spree. still my dear theres nothing bad but

might be worse. Im sure Anna is getting big and

strong. don't forget plenty of oatmeal for her and an

odd spanking. A kiss from Dadda. love to you all

Yours as Ever Willie


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  • July 18, 2019 21:52:21 Thomas A. Lingner

    Kriegsgefangenenlager German word for prisoner of war camp

    Limburg, August 1st 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

    The following is handwritten in provided space: 


    My dear Annie,

    Many thanks for your welcome card

    and glad all are well including Queen Anna sorry

    the weather is so bad. the clerk of the weather must

    be on the spree. still my dear theres nothing bad but

    might be worse. Im sure Anna is getting big and

    strong. don't forget plenty of oatmeal for her and an

    odd spanking. A kiss from Dadda. love to you all

    Yours as Ever Willie

  • June 25, 2017 17:05:55 L G

    Kriegsgefangenenlager German word for prisoner of war camp

    Limburg, August 1st 1916 The underlined portions were blank spaces written in by hand.

    The following is handwritten in provided space: 

    My dear Annie,

    Many thanks for your welcome card

    and glad all are well including Queen Anna sorry

    the weather is so bad. the clerk of the weather must

    be on the spire. still my dear theres nothing bad but

    might be worse. Im sure Anna is getting big and

    strong. don't forget plenty of oatmeal for her and an

    odd spanking. A kiss from Dadda. love to you all

    Yours as Ever Willie


  • March 16, 2017 20:52:29 C Weddo

    Kriegsgefangenenlager.

    Limburg,.............August 1st................191  6

    My dear Annie,

    Many thanks for your welcome card

    and glad all are well including Queen Anna sorry

    the weather is so bad. the clerk of the weather must

    be on the spire. still my dear there's nothing bad but

    might be worse. I'm sure Anna is getting big and

    strong. don't forget plenty of oatmeal for her and an

    odd spanking. A kiss from Dadda. love to you all

    Yours as Ever Willie


  • March 16, 2017 20:44:48 C Weddo

    Kriegsgefangenenlager.

    Limburg,.............August 1st................191  6

    My dear Annie,

    Many thanks for your welcome card

    and glad all are well including Queen Anna sorry

    the weather is so bad. the clerk of the weather must



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    Limburg, Germany

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    Kilmainhamwood, Co. Meath, Ireland

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


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3369 / 41182
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Eilish Lamb
License
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August 1, 1916
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