My Great Uncle Albert who I never knew, item 21

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West View,

Yardley,

near Birmingham.

20th June 1908


Dear Sir


Royal Humane Society


your father (who omitted to sign his letter & give

his address) has written to the Royal Humane

Society in London to call their attention to

your rescue of the daughter of W. Woodward

of Double Alley Tewksbury and his letter has been

sent to me as I am the local Honorary Representative

of the Society. - I shall be glad to send you a

form of the Society applying for an Award which

will have to be filled in with full particulars

of the rescue, with the name and age of the rescued

girl and the written testimony of an eye witness

of the rescue in accordance with the instructions

given on the form.

Will you please say if you will see to the

matter if I send you the form or to whom else

you would wish me to send it. -

Please do give me the address of your


.letter continued on the right page

father who complains that his letters to the

parents of the girl and to the Police of Tewksbury

have not been answered but perhaps he also

has omitted to give his name & address to them.


Yours truly

 Signature Maurice Pollack

I. P.


W. Albert Robins



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West View,

Yardley,

near Birmingham.

20th June 1908


Dear Sir


Royal Humane Society


your father (who omitted to sign his letter & give

his address) has written to the Royal Humane

Society in London to call their attention to

your rescue of the daughter of W. Woodward

of Double Alley Tewksbury and his letter has been

sent to me as I am the local Honorary Representative

of the Society. - I shall be glad to send you a

form of the Society applying for an Award which

will have to be filled in with full particulars

of the rescue, with the name and age of the rescued

girl and the written testimony of an eye witness

of the rescue in accordance with the instructions

given on the form.

Will you please say if you will see to the

matter if I send you the form or to whom else

you would wish me to send it. -

Please do give me the address of your


.letter continued on the right page

father who complains that his letters to the

parents of the girl and to the Police of Tewksbury

have not been answered but perhaps he also

has omitted to give his name & address to them.


Yours truly

 Signature Maurice Pollack

I. P.


W. Albert Robins




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  • August 1, 2019 20:59:31 Thomas A. Lingner

    West View,

    Yardley,

    near Birmingham.

    20th June 1908


    Dear Sir


    Royal Humane Society


    your father (who omitted to sign his letter & give

    his address) has written to the Royal Humane

    Society in London to call their attention to

    your rescue of the daughter of W. Woodward

    of Double Alley Tewksbury and his letter has been

    sent to me as I am the local Honorary Representative

    of the Society. - I shall be glad to send you a

    form of the Society applying for an Award which

    will have to be filled in with full particulars

    of the rescue, with the name and age of the rescued

    girl and the written testimony of an eye witness

    of the rescue in accordance with the instructions

    given on the form.

    Will you please say if you will see to the

    matter if I send you the form or to whom else

    you would wish me to send it. -

    Please do give me the address of your


    .letter continued on the right page

    father who complains that his letters to the

    parents of the girl and to the Police of Tewksbury

    have not been answered but perhaps he also

    has omitted to give his name & address to them.


    Yours truly

     Signature Maurice Pollack

    I. P.


    W. Albert Robins



  • August 1, 2019 20:50:18 Thomas A. Lingner

    West Viem,

    Yardley,

    near Birmingham.

    20th June 1908


    Dear Sir


    Royal Humane Society


    your father (who omitted to sign his letter & give

    his address) has written to the Royal Humane

    Society in London to call their attention to

    your rescue of the daughter of W. Woodward

    of Double Alley Tewksbury and his letter has been

    sent to me as I am the local Honorary Representative

    of the Society. - I shall be glad to send you a

    form of the Society applying for an Award which

    will have to be filled in with full particulars

    of the rescue, with the name and age of the rescued

    girl and the written testimony of an eye witness

    of the rescue in accordance with the instructions

    given on the form.

    Will you please say if you will see to the

    matter if I send you the form or to whom else

    you would wish me to send it. -

    Please do give me the address of your


    .letter continued on the right page

    father who complains that his letters to the

    parents of the girl and to the Police of Tewksbury

    have not been answered but perhaps he also

    has omitted to give his name & address to them.


    Yours truly

     Signature Maurice Pollack

    I. P.


    W. Albert Robins




  • October 26, 2018 11:59:09 Sarika Jain

    West Viem,

    Yardley,

    near Birmingham.

    20th June 1908


    Dear Sir


    Royal Humane Society


    your father (who insistted to sign his letter & give

    his address) has written to the Royal Humane

    Society in London to call their attenntion to

    your recue of the daughter of W. Wirdward

    of missing Tewkesbury and his letter missing

    sent to me as I am the local Honorary Representative

    of the Society. - I shall be glad to send you a

    form of the Society applying for an Award which

    will have to be filled in with full particulars

    of the rescue, with the name and age of the resuced

    giel and the written testimony of an eye witness

    of the rescue in accordance with the instructions

    given on the form.

    Will you please say if you will see to the

    matter if I send you the form or to whom else

    you would wish us to send it. -

    Please do give me the address of your


    .letter continued on the right page

    father who complains that his letters to the

    parents of the girl and to the Police of Tewkesbury

    have not been answered but perhaps he also

    has omitted to give his name & address to them.


    Yours truly

     Signature Maurice Pollack

    I. P.


    W. Albert Robins




  • October 26, 2018 11:53:54 Sarika Jain

    West Viem,

    Yardley,

    near Birmingham.

    20th June 1908


    Dear Sir


    Royal Humane Society


    your father (who ??mitted to sign his letter & give

    his address) has written to the Royal Humane

    Society in London to call their attenntion to

    your recue of the daughter of W. Wirdward

    of Dondlectlley Jeusb├╝ry and his letter missing

    sent to me as I am the local Honorary Representative

    of the Society. - I shall be glad to send you a

    form of the Society applying for an Award which

    will have to be filled in with full particulars

    of the rescue, with the name and age of the resuced

    giel and the written testimony of an eye witness

    of the rescue in accordance with the instructions

    given on the form.

    Will you please say if you will see to the

    matter if I send you the form or to whom else

    you would wish us to send it. -

    Please do give me the address of your


    .letter continued on the right page

    father who complains that his letters to the

    parents of the girl and to the Police of

    have not been answered but perhaps he also

    has omitted to give his name & address to them.


    Yours truly

    Maurice Pollack

    I. P.


    W. Albert Robins




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    Starting in England and ending near Authuille Wood in France

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June 20, 1908
  • English

  • Western Front

  • Artillery
  • Recruitment and Conscription
  • Remembrance
  • Tanks and Armoured Fighting Vehicles
  • Trench Life



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