Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 356

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letter but you see I couldn't post

until I got back here for when travelling

I was not in touch with a censor

or rather a field censor stamp.

  Darling it is good to receive your

letters so full of love. I know

you love me & I love you too.

Tell me so again & again - just

as I go on telling you how

I love you. You are a dear

precious sweetheart & I am

the luckiest of men. Yes I

too think we ought to be

happy in the life of our

boy. He is such a fine

laddie - just the sort of boy

his Mammy deserves to love

her. & to make his Daddy feel 

more & more proud of his family. 

  I love to think of you

both being happy at home

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letter but you see I couldn't post

until I got back here for when travelling

I was not in touch with a censor

or rather a field censor stamp.

  Darling it is good to receive your

letters so full of love. I know

you love me & I love you too.

Tell me so again & again - just

as I go on telling you how

I love you. You are a dear

precious sweetheart & I am

the luckiest of men. Yes I

too think we ought to be

happy in the life of our

boy. He is such a fine

laddie - just the sort of boy

his Mammy deserves to love

her. & to make his Daddy feel 

more & more proud of his family. 

  I love to think of you

both being happy at home


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  • December 19, 2018 15:06:07 Thomas A. Lingner

    letter but you see I couldn't post

    until I got back here for when travelling

    I was not in touch with a censor

    or rather a field censor stamp.

      Darling it is good to receive your

    letters so full of love. I know

    you love me & I love you too.

    Tell me so again & again - just

    as I go on telling you how

    I love you. You are a dear

    precious sweetheart & I am

    the luckiest of men. Yes I

    too think we ought to be

    happy in the life of our

    boy. He is such a fine

    laddie - just the sort of boy

    his Mammy deserves to love

    her. & to make his Daddy feel 

    more & more proud of his family. 

      I love to think of you

    both being happy at home

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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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August 12, 1918
  • English

  • Western Front




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