April 11th 1918
Just a few lines to let you now that I’m still in the land of living and well, hopping this will find yous all the same.
Well Gladys I haven’t had any word from home yet, cense I came to England, but I hope to git word soon. We mooved from the place we was at, the other day and we mooved to Witely I dont now how long we will be here. We never can tell but we might be here for some time
Well I have rote five or six letters hom, I do hope yous git them, well how is every body around there I wrote Earnest a cupe of letters and I havent had any word from him yet what is he doing now. Did you git that letter with the hankshirf in be sure and let me now if you got it,
Well Gladys is the rest going to school and how is the baby is your dad putting in much grain this spring, the grain is all up out here and it looks nice. I wish you would sent me Hearlds Hamilton adress so I might find him. Well I must close hopping to here from you soon
With love to all
My adress now is
Pte C. Hornibrook no 3106794
A. Co 8th Can. Res. Batt.