Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 552

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better - only a bit of a cough left

& perhaps that wouldn't trouble

if I didn't smoke. Sorry our

Laddie got another cold & hope

he will soon get rid of it. Oh

conditions are not really so very

bad out here & I think with a 

little care one ought to keep fit

but there is certainly more chances

of "catching things" than at home.

Glad you had a letter from Mrs.

Knox & also that she has been

able to get up to Knox. Several 

of us wrote as soon as we knew

where he was so he will have

had some news by now. Sorry 

Scott got another knock. I wrote 

to him the other day but didn't 

know he had been wounded.

I notice you are going home

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better - only a bit of a cough left

& perhaps that wouldn't trouble

if I didn't smoke. Sorry our

Laddie got another cold & hope

he will soon get rid of it. Oh

conditions are not really so very

bad out here & I think with a 

little care one ought to keep fit

but there is certainly more chances

of "catching things" than at home.

Glad you had a letter from Mrs.

Knox & also that she has been

able to get up to Knox. Several 

of us wrote as soon as we knew

where he was so he will have

had some news by now. Sorry 

Scott got another knock. I wrote 

to him the other day but didn't 

know he had been wounded.

I notice you are going home


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  • December 30, 2018 19:58:26 Thomas A. Lingner

    better - only a bit of a cough left

    & perhaps that wouldn't trouble

    if I didn't smoke. Sorry our

    Laddie got another cold & hope

    he will soon get rid of it. Oh

    conditions are not really so very

    bad out here & I think with a 

    little care one ought to keep fit

    but there is certainly more chances

    of "catching things" than at home.

    Glad you had a letter from Mrs.

    Knox & also that she has been

    able to get up to Knox. Several 

    of us wrote as soon as we knew

    where he was so he will have

    had some news by now. Sorry 

    Scott got another knock. I wrote 

    to him the other day but didn't 

    know he had been wounded.

    I notice you are going home

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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 24, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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