Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 509

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arrived in three days. Things move

very quickly out here & when you

thought I was having a bad time

on the 4th I was living in

luxury - so you see it is no

use worrying about any particular

day. Give my love to Dorothy if 

she is still with you. Sorry you are

having the wet weather also but

hope it will continue for neither of

us. I wonder what you decided about

Capt. Blake & the house? I want you just

to please yourself Darling & do what

you think will be best & most

comfortable for you & Kenneth. Glad

Kenneth's cold is better. Tell him

Daddy got the letter he wrote on

yours. Your No 39 has not arrived

yet but it may to-morrow. All

our wounded appear to be making 

favourable progress still so we

expect they will go on well

now. Your No 38 was a lovely letter

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arrived in three days. Things move

very quickly out here & when you

thought I was having a bad time

on the 4th I was living in

luxury - so you see it is no

use worrying about any particular

day. Give my love to Dorothy if 

she is still with you. Sorry you are

having the wet weather also but

hope it will continue for neither of

us. I wonder what you decided about

Capt. Blake & the house? I want you just

to please yourself Darling & do what

you think will be best & most

comfortable for you & Kenneth. Glad

Kenneth's cold is better. Tell him

Daddy got the letter he wrote on

yours. Your No 39 has not arrived

yet but it may to-morrow. All

our wounded appear to be making 

favourable progress still so we

expect they will go on well

now. Your No 38 was a lovely letter


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  • December 27, 2018 15:40:06 Thomas A. Lingner

    3

    arrived in three days. Things move

    very quickly out here & when you

    thought I was having a bad time

    on the 4th I was living in

    luxury - so you see it is no

    use worrying about any particular

    day. Give my love to Dorothy if 

    she is still with you. Sorry you are

    having the wet weather also but

    hope it will continue for neither of

    us. I wonder what you decided about

    Capt. Blake & the house? I want you just

    to please yourself Darling & do what

    you think will be best & most

    comfortable for you & Kenneth. Glad

    Kenneth's cold is better. Tell him

    Daddy got the letter he wrote on

    yours. Your No 39 has not arrived

    yet but it may to-morrow. All

    our wounded appear to be making 

    favourable progress still so we

    expect they will go on well

    now. Your No 38 was a lovely letter

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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 7, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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