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  • Postcard from William Benjamin Thomas to his brother, George Thomas, Rhydyclafdy

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Date: 9 October 1916

Transcript:

[1]
Nid wyf wedi cael un o rhein eto. Nid oes genyf amser, i fynd i weld Bob Owen. mi fyddai yn cyrraedd yn ol 4 30, mae reit ddifyr

[2]
Pembroke Dock Monday
Many thanks for your PC, Im down here, today with the [?Party] 14. of us, & the Dentist, has got no time, to have none out, today, so we must go back, we had a very nice Trip; I want 5 out for you ? Im very glad to have them out because Im having pain in them sometimes, mi ydan yn symud yfory
ydwyf Will
Mr G Thomas / Glanrafon / Rhydyglafdy / Nr Pwllheli / NWales Carnarvonshire


This document was brought to the attention of the U-Boat Project 1914-18 by Gina Miles, Pontypridd, who inherited the postcard collection and kindly allowed us to scan it.

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