Alf Smith letter 9 March 1917

Letter on Y.M.C.A WITH THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE headed notepaper with cover to T. Smith, 24, Palmerstone Rd., Bowes Park, London N England.  Postmarked Army Post Office .S.24 ** MR 17.

 

No 27521

Pte. A.A. Smith

1st Essex Regt.

15th I.B.D.

A.P.O. (S24)

B.E.F. France

 

March 9th 17

 

Dear Father

 

Thought I would write again in case you did not receive my previous letter as you would not know what part of the globe to write to.

Pleased to say I am quite well but shall be very glad when it turns warmer; have had several falls of snow since I have been here & the pipes are frozen at present so it is a bit of a job to get a wash.

Cannot stop to write more now. I shall be glad to hear from you.

Hoping you are all in the best of health.

 

With much love from

Your devoted

Son

 

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