Letters from James Murtagh, item 21

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B.E.F.

Nov. 22nd


Sir

It is with the

deepest regret that

I have to write & tell

you of the death of

your son in an

attack on the 18th.

He did not I hope

suffer much pain.

He was most splendid

during the action & I

can only conclude

by offerring you &

your family my

deepest sympathy in

your great loss

Yours truly

Geoffrey St. John

Capt.

Mr F. Murtagh

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B.E.F.

Nov. 22nd


Sir

It is with the

deepest regret that

I have to write & tell

you of the death of

your son in an

attack on the 18th.

He did not I hope

suffer much pain.

He was most splendid

during the action & I

can only conclude

by offerring you &

your family my

deepest sympathy in

your great loss

Yours truly

Geoffrey St. John

Capt.

Mr F. Murtagh


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  • October 30, 2017 23:59:49 Thomas A. Lingner

    B.E.F.

    Nov. 22nd


    Sir

    It is with the

    deepest regret that

    I have to write & tell

    you of the death of

    your son in an

    attack on the 18th.

    He did not I hope

    suffer much pain.

    He was most splendid

    during the action & I

    can only conclude

    by offerring you &

    your family my

    deepest sympathy in

    your great loss

    Yours truly

    Geoffrey St. John

    Capt.

    Mr F. Murtagh


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