Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 250

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12/6/17

My Own Darling Marion,

  I was delighted to receive

your letter last night written

from Riccall. Whilst you were writing

it I was sitting in my dugout in the wood

yarning with Hall. Glad you had a 

good afternoon at Selby. Did you give

my love to Dorothy? Kenneth has

evidently had a rare time at the

grange & I expect he will tell me

all about it when I come over to see

you. I think the incident about

the pigs was very good. I read it

out to the Major (Dean) much to

his amusement. He loves kiddies &

is always full of the doings of

his nephew, who is about Kenneth's 

age. I should have loved to

have seen Kenneth with the

ducks & hens. Glad to hear that

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12/6/17

My Own Darling Marion,

  I was delighted to receive

your letter last night written

from Riccall. Whilst you were writing

it I was sitting in my dugout in the wood

yarning with Hall. Glad you had a 

good afternoon at Selby. Did you give

my love to Dorothy? Kenneth has

evidently had a rare time at the

grange & I expect he will tell me

all about it when I come over to see

you. I think the incident about

the pigs was very good. I read it

out to the Major (Dean) much to

his amusement. He loves kiddies &

is always full of the doings of

his nephew, who is about Kenneth's 

age. I should have loved to

have seen Kenneth with the

ducks & hens. Glad to hear that


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  • December 15, 2018 18:22:06 Thomas A. Lingner

    12/6/17

    My Own Darling Marion,

      I was delighted to receive

    your letter last night written

    from Riccall. Whilst you were writing

    it I was sitting in my dugout in the wood

    yarning with Hall. Glad you had a 

    good afternoon at Selby. Did you give

    my love to Dorothy? Kenneth has

    evidently had a rare time at the

    grange & I expect he will tell me

    all about it when I come over to see

    you. I think the incident about

    the pigs was very good. I read it

    out to the Major (Dean) much to

    his amusement. He loves kiddies &

    is always full of the doings of

    his nephew, who is about Kenneth's 

    age. I should have loved to

    have seen Kenneth with the

    ducks & hens. Glad to hear that

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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  • Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,


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Kate Ward
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June 12, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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