F. Springett letter 14 January 1918

FOR GOD, FOR KING & FOR COUNTRY

Y.M.C.A.

H.M. FORCES ON ACTIVE SERVICE

 

Jan 14th 1918

 

 

My Dear Brother Sid,

Just a line to let you know that I have arrived safe “somewhere in France”.  Ha Ha.

I hope that you arrived back alright with Miss________ Oh I forget her name but that doesn’t matter. She was the best one I have seen you with yet.  Sid “Ha Ha.”

We had a pleasant journey across. Some were sick of course.

I was so glad to see you once again at Margate it was awfully good of you to come, I shall never forget it.   I can’t give you any address yet, but I hope to in my next letter.

Well Sid, I haven’t time for any more just now. So I will close.  Hoping this letter finds you quite well.

Goodbye-ee

I remain

Your Affec Brother

Frank

 

With cover to Mr S.K. Springett, 29 Bath Road Dartford Kent

Postmarked A.P.O. S.12.   17 JAN 18.  Censor 1932

 

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Alf Smith postcard 14 January 1918

FIELD SERVICE POST CARD

Postmarked FIELD POST OFFICE 2* 15 JA 18

To T. Smith, 24 Palmerston Rd, Bowes Park, London N22 England.

 

I am quite well

I have received your Regd Dec 29 17

Letter follows at first opportunity

Signature only. A. Smith  Date  Jan 14th 18