Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 352
- December 19, 2018 01:46:05 Thomas A. Lingner
that morning. Thanks for the
I think it will be all right &
probably he meant to draw it on his
other account - or else he spent all
his balance when on leave in
addition to what he took from this side.
I wonder if I did "pop off" without
paying Old Smith. Perhaps I did for
they have been honest up to now.
Yes the policeman had hadn't he?
Glad Kenneth took my leaving so well.
It is --------- being away from you
but I expect there is a good time
coming for us in the future.
I am real fit Lassie & feel
much better for the nine days
spent with you. I hope you too
are still fit & well. May all
happiness wait upon you
My Beloved. We did have a
lovely time even though the
Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,
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- Kate Ward
August 9, 1917
- Western Front