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Date: April 21st 1918

Bramshott, Eng.


Dear Mother:-

Just a few lines to let you know we arrived safe in England and got to our camp last night. It is pretty wet weather here now and everything is pretty muddy now and it is still raining. We are in a quarantine camp about two miles from the station of Farnham that's where we got off the train. We were ten days crossing on the boat we landed in Liverpool Friday evening and stayed on board the boat till Saturday morning when we went ashore. It is pretty queer to us to be using the English money every one of us is getting all mixed up with it.

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close for this time.

Write soon and you can send along something to eat as soon as you like

Good Bye


Add 1st Depot Batt'n
No. [?] Regt.
17th Can. Res. Batt'n
Bramshott Camp
Hamps Co.

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