Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 386

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of your letter so I had to imagine

the ending. Your No 10 was very

welcome this morning. I think it is

a good idea to get one or two of

those snaps for Mr. Huggard - he is

sure to be pleased with them. Yes

Kenneth is a great laddie - no wonder

we are so proud of him. Tell him

Daddy is quite all right again now

& with his soldier men again. I think

he has a better memory than I for I

had almost forgotten Miss Pratt. Perhaps

you surprised Mrs. Waverley. I do love

you Darling & I shall be glad when we

have won this war so that I may be

with you again - in my rightful place

to look after you & to love & be loved.

May all happiness wait upon you

Darling & may our desires come to pass.

Heaps of kisses & all love

Your own Hubby

Harold

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of your letter so I had to imagine

the ending. Your No 10 was very

welcome this morning. I think it is

a good idea to get one or two of

those snaps for Mr. Huggard - he is

sure to be pleased with them. Yes

Kenneth is a great laddie - no wonder

we are so proud of him. Tell him

Daddy is quite all right again now

& with his soldier men again. I think

he has a better memory than I for I

had almost forgotten Miss Pratt. Perhaps

you surprised Mrs. Waverley. I do love

you Darling & I shall be glad when we

have won this war so that I may be

with you again - in my rightful place

to look after you & to love & be loved.

May all happiness wait upon you

Darling & may our desires come to pass.

Heaps of kisses & all love

Your own Hubby

Harold


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  • December 20, 2018 00:40:54 Thomas A. Lingner

    of your letter so I had to imagine

    the ending. Your No 10 was very

    welcome this morning. I think it is

    a good idea to get one or two of

    those snaps for Mr. Huggard - he is

    sure to be pleased with them. Yes

    Kenneth is a great laddie - no wonder

    we are so proud of him. Tell him

    Daddy is quite all right again now

    & with his soldier men again. I think

    he has a better memory than I for I

    had almost forgotten Miss Pratt. Perhaps

    you surprised Mrs. Waverley. I do love

    you Darling & I shall be glad when we

    have won this war so that I may be

    with you again - in my rightful place

    to look after you & to love & be loved.

    May all happiness wait upon you

    Darling & may our desires come to pass.

    Heaps of kisses & all love

    Your own Hubby

    Harold

  • December 20, 2018 00:40:42 Thomas A. Lingner

    of your letter so I had to imagine

    the ending. Your No 10 was very

    welcome this morning. I think it is

    a good idea to get one or two of

    those snaps for Mr. Huggard - he is

    sure to be pleased with them. Yes

    Kenneth is a great laddie - no wonder

    we are so proud of him. Tell him

    Daddy is quite all right again now

    & with his soldier men again. I think

    he has a better memory than I for I

    had almost forgotten Miss Pratt. Perhaps

    you surprised Mrs. Waverly. I do love

    you Darling & I shall be glad when we

    have won this war so that I may be

    with you again - in my rightful place

    to look after you & to love & be loved.

    May all happiness wait upon you

    Darling & may our desires come to pass.

    Heaps of kisses & all love

    Your own Hubby

    Harold


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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 23, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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