Letter re Alf Smith 10 June 1918

Manorfield

&c

10.6.18

Copy

Enquiry of D of R. Cross

 

Gentlemen,

I am writing on behalf of my father-in-law (Mr. T. Smith) to say how grateful & relieved he will be if you will endeavour to trace, if possible, the whereabouts of his son, particulars of whom are given below;

Pte. A.A. Smith No 142687 M.G.C. 18th Batt (formerly 53rd Coy) missing 21st March.

We know nothing further than this unfortunately.

Yours respectfully

(Mrs.) J. Smith

 

 

 

British Red Cross & Order of St. John

Postcard from Enquiry Department for Wounded and Missing, 18, Carlton House Terrace S.W. 1.

To

Mr. T. Smith,

Manorfield,

100 Arcadian Gdns,

Bowes Pk

N 22

 

142687 Pte. A.A. Smith                                   18th M.G.C.

 

We beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter, and will do our best to make all possible enquiries.

As soon as we receive any information it will be forwarded to you immediately

Lucan

 

 

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