Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 281

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we will treat the family as well

as possible but it is my family 

that has the first consideration.

Don't you think so Pet. I know

it's not a large family but it

is the centre of my universe.

Howard goes on leave this week.

I believe to welcome the third 

small member of his family.

You see a few of us are getting

away but as the leave is

limited to two of all ranks per

day for the Division there is

little chance of getting away without

some special reason. I expect

we shall get a bigger allotment

in the course of the next few

days & as I am about top

of our leave list I shall

benefit early. Hope so anyhow.

Holmes has just come in to

finish packing so I had better

stop. Tell Kenneth Daddy sends

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him lots of love & kisses

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

FROM DADDY

  All my thoughts are with 

you my Beloved. May your

desires come to pass & may all

happiness wait upon you. I 

love you dearly & do so want

to be with you again.

  Heaps of kisses & all my

love

Your own Hubby

Harold

Capt H Ward

2/4 Bn Lincoln Regt

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left side

we will treat the family as well

as possible but it is my family 

that has the first consideration.

Don't you think so Pet. I know

it's not a large family but it

is the centre of my universe.

Howard goes on leave this week.

I believe to welcome the third 

small member of his family.

You see a few of us are getting

away but as the leave is

limited to two of all ranks per

day for the Division there is

little chance of getting away without

some special reason. I expect

we shall get a bigger allotment

in the course of the next few

days & as I am about top

of our leave list I shall

benefit early. Hope so anyhow.

Holmes has just come in to

finish packing so I had better

stop. Tell Kenneth Daddy sends

right side

him lots of love & kisses

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

FROM DADDY

  All my thoughts are with 

you my Beloved. May your

desires come to pass & may all

happiness wait upon you. I 

love you dearly & do so want

to be with you again.

  Heaps of kisses & all my

love

Your own Hubby

Harold

Capt H Ward

2/4 Bn Lincoln Regt


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  • December 16, 2018 00:04:05 Thomas A. Lingner

    left side

    we will treat the family as well

    as possible but it is my family 

    that has the first consideration.

    Don't you think so Pet. I know

    it's not a large family but it

    is the centre of my universe.

    Howard goes on leave this week.

    I believe to welcome the third 

    small member of his family.

    You see a few of us are getting

    away but as the leave is

    limited to two of all ranks per

    day for the Division there is

    little chance of getting away without

    some special reason. I expect

    we shall get a bigger allotment

    in the course of the next few

    days & as I am about top

    of our leave list I shall

    benefit early. Hope so anyhow.

    Holmes has just come in to

    finish packing so I had better

    stop. Tell Kenneth Daddy sends

    right side

    him lots of love & kisses

    X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

    FROM DADDY

      All my thoughts are with 

    you my Beloved. May your

    desires come to pass & may all

    happiness wait upon you. I 

    love you dearly & do so want

    to be with you again.

      Heaps of kisses & all my

    love

    Your own Hubby

    Harold

    Capt H Ward

    2/4 Bn Lincoln Regt

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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Kate Ward
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July 1, 1917
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