Alf Smith letter 13 March 1917

No 27521

Pte. A.A. Smith

1st Essex Regt.

15th I.B.D.

A.P.O. (S24)

B.E.F. France

 

March 13th 17

 

Dear Father

 

Just a few lines to let you know I am quite well.

I had a letter from Albert to-day.  You may guess I was pleased to receive it.  It is the first I have had from home since I have been here.  Did you receive all my letters I wrote I sent two & a P.C.  It seems a long time when one is waiting but I am not the only one there are several men have not received any yet.  I was just wondering if they had gone astray.

Glad to say the weather is much better now. It has been vary cold & windy.

I am very comfortable here now I have got used to it again am having a very good time here.

Well I think I must conclude now.

Hoping you are all in the best of health.

Au revoir

With much love

From your

devoted

Son

 

With Green Envelope Army Post Office S.24 A 14 MR 17. Addressed to T. Smith, 24 Palmerstone Rd., Bowes Park, London N England.  Signed A.A. Smith

 

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