Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 500

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4

might cover the extras for you

& Kenneth (not counting the costume)

I expect you are still with Annie

so please give them all my love.

Thanks for Ted's messages. You might

thank Miss Edwards for making the

cake - it looks very good & we are

to have it for tea in a few minutes.

Yes I knew Miss Palmer but 

more curious still I was standing

on the main road watching my men

pass on Sunday last when Purser

came up & spoke to me. His honeymoon

did not last very long did it?

Glad you heard from Mr. McIntyre,

what a memory Kenneth must be

developing. Yes the news in the paper

is good. I see we got the Turks on

the hop too. Given fine weather for

a little longer the Boche ought

to be really sorry for himself

& I don't expect he will have

a very quiet or pleasant winter

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4

might cover the extras for you

& Kenneth (not counting the costume)

I expect you are still with Annie

so please give them all my love.

Thanks for Ted's messages. You might

thank Miss Edwards for making the

cake - it looks very good & we are

to have it for tea in a few minutes.

Yes I knew Miss Palmer but 

more curious still I was standing

on the main road watching my men

pass on Sunday last when Purser

came up & spoke to me. His honeymoon

did not last very long did it?

Glad you heard from Mr. McIntyre,

what a memory Kenneth must be

developing. Yes the news in the paper

is good. I see we got the Turks on

the hop too. Given fine weather for

a little longer the Boche ought

to be really sorry for himself

& I don't expect he will have

a very quiet or pleasant winter


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  • January 8, 2019 21:19:38 Stella Watkin

    4

    might cover the extras for you

    & Kenneth (not counting the costume)

    I expect you are still with Annie

    so please give them all my love.

    Thanks for Ted's messages. You might

    thank Miss Edwards for making the

    cake - it looks very good & we are

    to have it for tea in a few minutes.

    Yes I knew Miss Palmer but 

    more curious still I was standing

    on the main road watching my men

    pass on Sunday last when Purser

    came up & spoke to me. His honeymoon

    did not last very long did it?

    Glad you heard from Mr. McIntyre,

    what a memory Kenneth must be

    developing. Yes the news in the paper

    is good. I see we got the Turks on

    the hop too. Given fine weather for

    a little longer the Boche ought

    to be really sorry for himself

    & I don't expect he will have

    a very quiet or pleasant winter

  • December 24, 2018 07:01:02 Thomas A. Lingner

    4

    might cover the extras for you

    & Kenneth (not counting the costume)

    I expect you are still with Annie

    so please give them all my love.

    Thanks for Ted's messages. You might

    thank Miss Edwards for making the

    cake - it looks very good & we are

    to have it for tea in a few minutes.

    Yes I knew Miss Palmer but 

    more curious still I was standing

    on the main road watching my men

    pass on Sunday last when Perser

    came up & spoke to me. His honeymoon

    did not last very long did it?

    Glad you heard from Mr. McIntyre,

    what a memory Kenneth must be

    developing. Yes the news in the paper

    is good. I see we got the Turks on

    the hop too. Given fine weather for

    a little longer the Boche ought

    to be really sorry for himself

    & I don't expect he will have

    a very quiet or pleasant winter


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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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October 3, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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