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Dvr J Webster

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 17th January 1917

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Driver J Webster says : 

Just a line hoping to find you in the best of health, and I am pleased to say that I am going on all right at present. I don't think that this name will convey anything to you, but I am a constant reader of your paper, which I get sent out every week. I used to work for Mr Hunter, pork butcher, and also at he Builder's Exchange in the area. My brother-in-law is Mr H Gill, of Elmwood Street, whom I expect you know. If it is not asking too much of you, myself and the boys would be very pleased if you would oblige us by sending us a melodeon, as we have very long evenings and nowhere to go, and I am sure we should be happy if we had a little music to cheer us up. Trusting you will oblige if possible.

 

 

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