Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 446

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one remains full of hope. Hope the

snaps will come out well so that I

may see them. Did you leave Boy

to look after Alice? Yes by what 

Kenneth said to Miss Edwards I ought

to think that his Mammy is looking

after him well. So Maud & John & 

family missed the excitement. 

Oh I think the Russians are rotten

but they may be of use before the

finish. Yes Darling I am very 

well & very pleased to hear that

you are also. Guess Kenneth likes

his new coat. I see you are going

on with more work. How dare

Mary keep such late hours?

  It is nice to know that fruit is 

not so dear for you now. Does

Kenneth like it also? Glad

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one remains full of hope. Hope the

snaps will come out well so that I

may see them. Did you leave Boy

to look after Alice? Yes by what 

Kenneth said to Miss Edwards I ought

to think that his Mammy is looking

after him well. So Maud & John & 

family missed the excitement. 

Oh I think the Russians are rotten

but they may be of use before the

finish. Yes Darling I am very 

well & very pleased to hear that

you are also. Guess Kenneth likes

his new coat. I see you are going

on with more work. How dare

Mary keep such late hours?

  It is nice to know that fruit is 

not so dear for you now. Does

Kenneth like it also? Glad


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  • December 22, 2018 01:53:26 Thomas A. Lingner

    one remains full of hope. Hope the

    snaps will come out well so that I

    may see them. Did you leave Boy

    to look after Alice? Yes by what 

    Kenneth said to Miss Edwards I ought

    to think that his Mammy is looking

    after him well. So Maud & John & 

    family missed the excitement. 

    Oh I think the Russians are rotten

    but they may be of use before the

    finish. Yes Darling I am very 

    well & very pleased to hear that

    you are also. Guess Kenneth likes

    his new coat. I see you are going

    on with more work. How dare

    Mary keep such late hours?

      It is nice to know that fruit is 

    not so dear for you now. Does

    Kenneth like it also? Glad

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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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September 11, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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