F . Smith letter 25 September 1917

Sept 25th 17

 

Dear Father

 

I thought I would write you a few lines as it seems rather a long time since I wrote to you last.

Well Dad how are you all getting on.  I am suffering from a rotten cold at present but expect I shall be alright in a day or two.

How did you enjoy yourself at Thames Ditton I hope Nell & Bill are quite well.

We left our old spot last Sunday, & now in a large camp it is not a bad place; the weather is grand & vary hot.

Thank you for the Pictorial I am anxious to know if anything will come of all this peace talk but one cannot put much hopes in it.

I was pleased to hear from Ethel, & sorry I did not think of Winnie’s birthday tell her I will write the first opportunity.

I think I must finish now.  Shall be glad to hear from you soon.

Hoping you are all in the best of health.

 

With much love from

Your devoted

Son

 

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