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18 February 1917 Sun - Quinquagesima

Cliff: goes Hos: N.D.

19 February 1917 Mon

Trepied

Off the roads now for 8 days moving to the front in the roads  4 fit 

Received parcel yesteray.

20 February 1917 Tues - Shrove Tuesday

Trepied

In all day.

Cliff went to Hospital Sunday so I have it all to do.

21 February 1917 Wed - Ash Wednesday. New Moon, 6.9 p.m.

Trepied

Run to Verton afternoon & brought back 5 ton of Cral.

Got my other parcel at tea.

 There follows at the bottom of the left hand page printed information about the illustration of the flag at the foot of the opposite diary page. 

[OUR GLORIOUS FLAG. The composition of this flag represents the union of England, Scotland and Ireland. In the Tudor period, the favourite banner was that of St. George. When James I. ascended to the throne, he added to it the cross of St. Andrew. In 1801, when Gret Britain and Ireland united, St Patrick's cross was also included, thus completing the Union Jack.]

22 February 1917 Th

Trepied

In all day.

Got my  R.  Letter tea time.

23 February 1917 Fri

Trepied

Run to Verton for 5 ton of Cral.

24 February 1917 Sat - S. Matthias. S.R. 6.59, S.S. 5.28

Trepied

In all day.

Cliff came back from Hospital. M.I. again this morning.

 At the foot of the right hand diary page is a printed illustration of the Union Jack referred to in the printed information at the foot of the left hand page. 








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18 February 1917 Sun - Quinquagesima

Cliff: goes Hos: N.D.

19 February 1917 Mon

Trepied

Off the roads now for 8 days moving to the front in the roads  4 fit 

Received parcel yesteray.

20 February 1917 Tues - Shrove Tuesday

Trepied

In all day.

Cliff went to Hospital Sunday so I have it all to do.

21 February 1917 Wed - Ash Wednesday. New Moon, 6.9 p.m.

Trepied

Run to Verton afternoon & brought back 5 ton of Cral.

Got my other parcel at tea.

 There follows at the bottom of the left hand page printed information about the illustration of the flag at the foot of the opposite diary page. 

[OUR GLORIOUS FLAG. The composition of this flag represents the union of England, Scotland and Ireland. In the Tudor period, the favourite banner was that of St. George. When James I. ascended to the throne, he added to it the cross of St. Andrew. In 1801, when Gret Britain and Ireland united, St Patrick's cross was also included, thus completing the Union Jack.]

22 February 1917 Th

Trepied

In all day.

Got my  R.  Letter tea time.

23 February 1917 Fri

Trepied

Run to Verton for 5 ton of Cral.

24 February 1917 Sat - S. Matthias. S.R. 6.59, S.S. 5.28

Trepied

In all day.

Cliff came back from Hospital. M.I. again this morning.

 At the foot of the right hand diary page is a printed illustration of the Union Jack referred to in the printed information at the foot of the left hand page. 









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  • January 24, 2018 16:41:15 Gillian Phillips

    18 February 1917 Sun - Quinquagesima

    Cliff: goes Hos: N.D.

    19 February 1917 Mon

    Trepied

    Off the roads now for 8 days moving to the front in the roads  4 fit 

    Received parcel yesteray.

    20 February 1917 Tues - Shrove Tuesday

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Cliff went to Hospital Sunday so I have it all to do.

    21 February 1917 Wed - Ash Wednesday. New Moon, 6.9 p.m.

    Trepied

    Run to Verton afternoon & brought back 5 ton of Cral.

    Got my other parcel at tea.

     There follows at the bottom of the left hand page printed information about the illustration of the flag at the foot of the opposite diary page. 

    [OUR GLORIOUS FLAG. The composition of this flag represents the union of England, Scotland and Ireland. In the Tudor period, the favourite banner was that of St. George. When James I. ascended to the throne, he added to it the cross of St. Andrew. In 1801, when Gret Britain and Ireland united, St Patrick's cross was also included, thus completing the Union Jack.]

    22 February 1917 Th

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Got my  R.  Letter tea time.

    23 February 1917 Fri

    Trepied

    Run to Verton for 5 ton of Cral.

    24 February 1917 Sat - S. Matthias. S.R. 6.59, S.S. 5.28

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Cliff came back from Hospital. M.I. again this morning.

     At the foot of the right hand diary page is a printed illustration of the Union Jack referred to in the printed information at the foot of the left hand page. 









  • January 24, 2018 16:34:42 Gillian Phillips

    18 February 1917 Sun - Quinquagesima

    Cliff: goes Hos: N.D.

    19 February 1917 Mon

    Trepied

    Off the roads now for 8 days moving to the front in the roads  4 fit 

    Received parcel yesteray.

    20 February 1917 Tues - Shrove Tuesday

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Cliff went to Hospital Sunday so I have it all to do.

    21 February 1917 Wed - Ash Wednesday. New Moon, 6.9 p.m.

    Trepied

    Run to Verton afternoon & brought back 5 ton of Cral.

    Got my other parcel at tea.

     There follows at the bottom of the left hand page printed information about the illustration of the flag at the foot of the opposite diary page. 

    [OUR GLORIOUS FLAG. The composition of this flag represents the union of England, Scotland and Ireland. In the Tudor period, the favourite banner was that of St. George. When James I. ascended to the throne, he added to it the cross of St. Andrew. In 1801, when Gret Britain and Ireland united, St Patrick's cross was also included, thus completing the Union Jack.]

    22 February 1917 Th

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Got my  R.  Letter tea time.

    23 February 1917 Fri

    Trepied

    Run to Verton for 5 ton of Cral.





  • January 24, 2018 16:33:32 Gillian Phillips

    18 February 1917 Sun - Quinquagesima

    Cliff: goes Hos: N.D.

    19 February 1917 Mon

    Trepied

    Off the roads now for 8 days moving to the front in the roads  4 fit 

    Received parcel yesteray.

    20 February 1917 Tues - Shrove Tuesday

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Cliff went to Hospital Sunday so I have it all to do.

    21 February 1917 Wed - Ash Wednesday. New Moon, 6.9 p.m.

    Trepied

    Run to Verton afternoon & brought back 5 ton of Cral.

    Got my other parcel at tea.

     There follows at the bottom of the left hand page printed information about the illustration of the flag at the foot of the opposite diary page. 

    [OUR GLORIOUS FLAG. The composition of this flag represents the union of England, Scotland and Ireland. In the Tudor period, the favourite banner was that of St. George. When James I. ascended to the throne, he added to it the cross of St. Andrew. In 1801, when Gret Britain and Ireland united, St Patrick's cross was also included, thus completing the Union Jack.]

    22 February 1917 Th

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Got my  R.  Letter tea time.





  • January 24, 2018 16:31:33 Gillian Phillips

    18 February 1917 Sun - Quinquagesima

    Cliff: goes Hos: N.D.

    19 February 1917 Mon

    Trepied

    Off the roads now for 8 days moving to the front in the roads  4 fit 

    Received parcel yesteray.

    20 February 1917 Tues - Shrove Tuesday

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Cliff went to Hospital Sunday so I have it all to do.

    21 February 1917 Wed - Ash Wednesday. New Moon, 6.9 p.m.

    Trepied

    Run to Verton afternoon & brought back 5 ton of Cral.

    Got my other parcel at tea.

     There follows at the bottom of the left hand page printed information about the illustration of the flag at the foot of the opposite diary page. 

    [OUR GLORIOUS FLAG. The composition of this flag represents the union of England, Scotland and Ireland. In the Tudor period, the favourite banner was that of St. George. When James I. ascended to the throne, he added to it the cross of St. Andrew. In 1801, when Gret Britain and Ireland united, St Patrick's cross was also included, thus completing the Union Jack.]



  • January 24, 2018 16:26:29 Gillian Phillips

    18 February 1917 Sun - Quinquagesima

    Cliff: goes Hos: N.D.

    19 February 1917 Mon

    Trepied

    Off the roads now for 8 days moving to the front in the roads  4 fit 

    Received parcel yesteray.

    20 February 1917 Tues - Shrove Tuesday

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Cliff went to Hospital Sunday so I have it all to do.

    21 February 1917 Wed - Ash Wednesday. New Moon, 6.9 p.m.

    Trepied

    Run to Venton



  • January 24, 2018 16:24:53 Gillian Phillips

    18 February 1917 Sun - Quinquagesima

    Cliff: goes Hos: N.D.

    19 February 1917 Mon

    Trepied

    Off the roads now for 8 days moving to the front in the roads  4 fit 

    Received parcel yesteray.

    20 February 1917 Tues - Shrove Tuesday

    Trepied

    In all day.

    Cliff went to Hospital Sundaynso I have it all to do.



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    Verton, France

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    Trepeid

  • 50.8537715||4.3704657||

    St Josse

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  • Document location Verton, France
  • Additional document location Trepeid
  • Additional document location St Josse


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Nigel Rawlings
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