Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 780
- January 28, 2019 13:48:11 Thomas A. Lingner
do so shortly. Yes Col. Johnson was
a big loss and it makes it still
more rotten that he should be
followed by such an impossible
person. The good lady is as good
as ever & seems quite pleased to
have us in her house. I think the
people usually are when we treat
them properly - only unfortunately
that is not always - simply owing
to carelessness. Kenneth must
have been amusing with the shoes.
Sorry I wasn't there to see them
in the morning. Hope you got
a real good pair for yourself.
Has he got a "Paddy." Yes I
also think they are lucky but some
day my turn will come & once I
get a start I'll take some stopping.
No I don't think you will get much
news in the papers for some time.
I am very much afraid that will
Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,
- 5037 / 57263
- Kate Ward
January 8, 1918
- Western Front