Tim's On Marches With the Soldiers

Ann sent this New Year’s “greetings” postcard from Frinton-On-Sea, Essex, to Miss E Jefferies, 7 Lydford Road, Paddington, London W on 5 January 1916.  Her message reads:

Hope Mother and you are quite well.  We are having a lot of wet and wind hope you are having it better.  How did you get on at Xmas, I hope alright.  Tim is alright.  Always going on marches with the soldiers, they have moved from next door into the Old Road, but he has found them out.  I have still got my lady visitor and hope she will stop until Easter as she helps with the rent.  Yours in haste.


The picture on this postcard can be seen here.

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