Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 378
- December 19, 2018 20:25:11 Thomas A. Lingner
My Own Darling Wife,
It is 8:30 am & I am up & dressed
so you see I am improving rapidly.
Underwood came along yesterday afternoon
& brought your No. 7. Glad you had a
good time at Mr. Tate's. Yes I hope the
school will do well & I am pleased to
hear that it is likely to get a chance.
Sorry our Laddie has been sick &
hope there were no after effects.
Thanks for the cutting from the Gazette
which I had not seen & also for the
Journal. I am sorry Will
has had such bad luck.
Kenneth evidently thinks we
ought to be together. Yes I like
the one where he is standing with
the reins on. He looks a real
picture & so full of fun.
The CO sent word to say he
was coming along to see me if
Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,
- 5037 / 56751
- Kate Ward
August 20, 1917
- Western Front