Letter from George Greer to his mother

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Letter from George Greer to his mother Letitia Greer

23rd January 1917


My Dear Mother
Witley Camp

Just a few lines to let you know I am well I had a little surprise yesterday I got a letter from Uncle Jim. He is in hospital in London, I am going to try and get a pass and go and see him.He seems to be in good spirits he says he will soon be alright. Well Dear Mother I hope you are all well at home that you and Father have got quite well again. ..................lovely box from Canada to-day from the Mrs this tie or muffler was in it and as it is not much good to me, perhaps you could wear it around your throat when you are going out. You can say you are wearing something that came from Canada although it is not up to much. I sent Uncle Jim a nice little present. I am sure he will appreciate it in Hospital.

I think I will close now hoping you are quite well. Remember me to Father and all the rest.

I remain
your Loving Son
+++ George +++

PS. Mrs and baby are well.