the date and signature of the sender. Sentences
not required may be erased. If anything else is
added the post card will be destroyed.
addressed to the sender of this card.]
I am quite well.
I have been admitted into hospital
and am going on well.
and hope to be discharged soon.
I am being sent down to the base.
I have received your
Letter follows at first opportunity.
I have received no letter from you
for a long time.
[YMCA letter paper]
[On Active Service with the British Expeditionary Force]
12 July 1917
My Dear Mother
Just a few lines now that I have time […] all at home still enjoying your usual good health as this leaves myself in the same at present. I am sure by this time Jimmy will be away with the Band. I see by the paper they are for Mountnorris. I only wish I had been at home for this day. But […] here is to think of the happy […] gone there is a lot of changes since the las time we all were together. A lot […]were there that day shall never meet with again. All is left […] out here to tell us where they are […] could speak to us […] I know […several sentences…]
I had a letter from Jennie […] and she is still[?] in good health.
Well Dear Mother I think […] for this time as I […] and Annie. No more at present hoiping this will find you in good health.
Your loving son
Location evidence: Major Brew