Sam Hammond 17 May 1916

Post Card

From RAWNSLEY & SONS

Shearbridge Mills Bradford

 

2 Runswick Terrace

Bank Foot

Bradford

Yorks

May 17/16

Dear Ted & Mary

I am just writing you this P. card to see if you can give me any information about George.  I wrote to him last April & March & also at the beginning of this month & I have not heard anything from him since Feb.  I don’t know what has become of him or why he does not write to me because we arranged to write to each other at least once a month.  Do you know if he has been moved from Crowbro.  You might let me know as none of my letters have been returned so that’s what makes me think he has received them.  I hope he is not taken ill or anything no matter how slight.  You will let me know soon.  I am very anxious.  I sent Fred a letter & parcel of cakes & cigs last week.  I have not heard if he received same but there is some time yet before I shall hear from him.  How are you going on& are you keeping well.  I hope so.  Glad to hear Gladys has been so successful with her studies hope she will still succeed.  We never hear anything from our people in no shape or form & don’t know how things are going on

Love from Emmie & myself

Your Sam

 

 

Card Postmarked MAY 17 16 7.30 pm.

Addressee Mr T Hammond

9 Countess St

Stockport

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