Letter from George Greer to his mother

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Letter from George Greer to his mother Letitia Greer

12th June 1917


My Dear Mother

Just a few lines to let you know I am well. I hope this will find you all ... at home. Well Dear Mother do not worry about me for I am quite safe and will be for a long time. I am having a good time. I like France fine I had a letter from Uncle Jim a few days ago. He said he was well and heard from home often, he said he did not expect to come to France again, that he was going in a home service Battn. I think he has done his bit by the time I do as long the war will be over.

We are having lovely weather at present. I guess you are very busy at home.

Well Mother I guess you will soon be going to Portsmouth for your summer holidays. I may spend a few days there myself before the season is over. Enclosed card is not up to much but it is the best I could get at present.

It is a remembrance from France. Well Dear Mother I guess I will ring off at present. Remember me to Father and all at home.

Hoping you are all well.

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

PS. I had a letter from the Mrs yesterday, baby and her are well. She was pleased to hear from you. She sent your letter on to me some time ago but I had to send it back to her again. G.