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  • Postcard from William Benjamin Thomas to his father, William Thomas, Rhydyclafdy

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Date: 1916

Transcript:

Thursday
Received, letters, & parcel, with many thanks, very glad to have them, had 3; perhaps I could see Bob Owen, let me have his address, I m not very far from him, I was coming through P. Dock, & if we may, shift from, here, to Milfort Haven, then I ll be quite close to him, remember, me, to all my family, if they are there[.] I m, quite alright hoping you are the same
Cofion Goreu
Will
Mr W. Thomas / Glanrafon / Rhydyclafdy / 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 from the Thomas family and kindly allowed us to share it.

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