F Smith letter 27 October 1917

Oct 27th 17

 

Dear Father

 

I thought I would send you a few lines to let you know that I am better, & now at a reinforcement camp waiting to join the Batt again; by the time you get this letter I shall be back no doubt so I shall be very pleased to hear from you.

If there are any letters or parcels sent I will answer them as soon as I return as they are not sent on here.

How are you keeping this weather I hope quite well & still as jolly as ever; it is looking very wintry now.

No doubt you will think this a very short note but there is not much news to tell you.  I am just going down the village to try & get some eggs & chips so aurevoir.

Hoping you are all in the best of health.

With much love from

Your devoted

Son

 

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