Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 449

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No 32

12/9/17

My Own Darling Wife,

  Ta for your No 24 received

this afternoon. I spent the

morning riding round a new

training area. There was about a

dozen horses out & Sally was

very excited & pulled for all 

she was worth. She has been

living in a stable & getting good

food & so is full of beans 

and interesting to ride. I had

a good tustle to get her past a

windmill on my way out. She

didn't mind the sail that was 

going up but the one that

came down was too much for her.

I rested this afternoon - as there

was no work to do actually

went to sleep on the bed for a


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No 32

12/9/17

My Own Darling Wife,

  Ta for your No 24 received

this afternoon. I spent the

morning riding round a new

training area. There was about a

dozen horses out & Sally was

very excited & pulled for all 

she was worth. She has been

living in a stable & getting good

food & so is full of beans 

and interesting to ride. I had

a good tustle to get her past a

windmill on my way out. She

didn't mind the sail that was 

going up but the one that

came down was too much for her.

I rested this afternoon - as there

was no work to do actually

went to sleep on the bed for a



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  • December 22, 2018 06:32:43 Thomas A. Lingner

    No 32

    12/9/17

    My Own Darling Wife,

      Ta for your No 24 received

    this afternoon. I spent the

    morning riding round a new

    training area. There was about a

    dozen horses out & Sally was

    very excited & pulled for all 

    she was worth. She has been

    living in a stable & getting good

    food & so is full of beans 

    and interesting to ride. I had

    a good tustle to get her past a

    windmill on my way out. She

    didn't mind the sail that was 

    going up but the one that

    came down was too much for her.

    I rested this afternoon - as there

    was no work to do actually

    went to sleep on the bed for a


  • December 22, 2018 06:32:31 Thomas A. Lingner

    No 32

    12/9/17

    My Own Darling Wife,

      Ta for your No 24 received

    this afternoon. I spent the

    morning riding round a new

    training area. There was about a

    dozen horses out & Sally was

    very excited & pulled for all 

    she was worth. She has been

    living in a stable & getting good

    food & so is full of beans 

    and interesting to ride. I had

    a good tustle to get her past a

    windmill on my way out. She

    didn't mind the sail that was 

    going up but the one that

    came down was too much for her.

    I rested this afternoon - as there

    was no work to do actually

    went to sleep on the bed for a



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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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Kate Ward
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September 12, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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