Cecil Gray Frost (1897-1947) WW1 Correspondence  
6th Brigade Canadian Machine Gun Company
Cecil Gray Frost (1897-1947)
WW1 Correspondence 1917-1919

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Postmarked London W1  8th May 1919

[LMF Notes]  2nd Machine Gun Battalion stationed at Witley where the 157th Battalion had arrived in October 1916, a complete turn of the wheel.  This letter was written from London and the Battalion was on its way home.
The Canadian Officers’ Club
8. Chesterfield Gardens, W.1.
Dear Pater et Mater -

This is my last night in London perhaps for a long, long time – – Am  leaving on the 8.30 for Witley.  But must say that I hope this isn’t my last time here,  She’s certainly a great town.
We sail in a weeks time for good old Canada – hurrah!  Hurrah!  Will wire at Halifax –

Love – Will see you soon – Cecil  X

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