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Date: February 25th 1919
Gladys Hornibrook
Charles Hornibrook

Le Havre France


Dear Neice and all

Just a few lines in ancer to your welcome letters which I recived today and was sure glad to hear from yous, as it was some time ago sence I had eny mail your letter was ritting Jan 28 and one from your Dad dated Feb 3 I was glad to hear that your Dad recived that little parcil O.K. and you got them badges all right,

So Harold Lyreman is home, I am in Le Havre just now near the chanal in the moblizing camps, Le Havre is a nice place we can take the street cars and go down town every day, but we are going to England soon, we are giting six or eight days leave in England. If all goes well I think I will be home the first of April.

We are having very wet weather here now it has been raining for a week

Well Gladys I havent much news to rite. Things is very quiet here every body is anxious to git going home, they are giting tyred of laying around. As this letter leaves me well hoping this will find yous all the same. By by

With love to all,

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