Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 824

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get a batch when they finally

get up country. We have had a

lovely spring day + have almost

forgotten about the snow + the

cold. I hope you are fit again.

Yes I guess you won't want

any more. No I don't think

you would want to let to

Blake unless it would settle

Alice to go there which is hardly

likely. I am sorry for Miss

Edwards. Glad to hear that Ma

keeps well + cheerful. I know a

change would do her good. I don't

mind what you do so long as I

know you are having a good time

+ are happy. That's the best way

don't worry. Just be comfy

until the end of the war +

then we'll fix up things

together. No Col Hutchinson is still

in Grantham. Glad to hear that

Daisey is having a good time

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get a batch when they finally

get up country. We have had a

lovely spring day + have almost

forgotten about the snow + the

cold. I hope you are fit again.

Yes I guess you won't want

any more. No I don't think

you would want to let to

Blake unless it would settle

Alice to go there which is hardly

likely. I am sorry for Miss

Edwards. Glad to hear that Ma

keeps well + cheerful. I know a

change would do her good. I don't

mind what you do so long as I

know you are having a good time

+ are happy. That's the best way

don't worry. Just be comfy

until the end of the war +

then we'll fix up things

together. No Col Hutchinson is still

in Grantham. Glad to hear that

Daisey is having a good time


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  • February 9, 2019 17:20:03 Thomas A. Lingner

    get a batch when they finally

    get up country. We have had a

    lovely spring day + have almost

    forgotten about the snow + the

    cold. I hope you are fit again.

    Yes I guess you won't want

    any more. No I don't think

    you would want to let to

    Blake unless it would settle

    Alice to go there which is hardly

    likely. I am sorry for Miss

    Edwards. Glad to hear that Ma

    keeps well + cheerful. I know a

    change would do her good. I don't

    mind what you do so long as I

    know you are having a good time

    + are happy. That's the best way

    don't worry. Just be comfy

    until the end of the war +

    then we'll fix up things

    together. No Col Hutchinson is still

    in Grantham. Glad to hear that

    Daisey is having a good time

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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  • Story location Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,


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5037 / 57307
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Contributor
Kate Ward
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January 24, 1918
  • English

  • Western Front




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