Harrogate Herald - 29th December 1915
Gallipoli, November 9th, 1915
Thanks very much for the letters and papers, which
afforded much interesting reading. I have not received and Heralds
yet. I can't think where they have gone to. Tom and Robert
get them regularly they tell me. I had a letter from Tom, in
which he said he had heard from Robert and you. He is keeping
well, and just now he has got a job on the beach looking after
stores. I did not get to see Robert again. I have heard from
him, and he is keeping fit. As you will note by the above address, I
am back on the peninsular. I have been sapping most of the time.
Things are pretty quiet now, but I suppose there will be something
doing shortly. As regards smokes, I don't indulge much, but a few
would be very acceptable.
Your loving brother, Farrer.
Harrogate Herald - 5th May 1989
In loving memory of a dear father and grandpa Farrar, died
May 2, 1970, and a dear mother and gran, Ada, died May 5, 1983.
Still in our thoughts - Love from all the family.