Letter to Dick Curnock from his mother

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Title

Letter to Dick Curnock from his mother

Description

A letter and envelope to Dick Curnock from his mother. It is full of social news.

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Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1944-04-07

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Format

One handwritten letter and envelope

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Identifier

ECurnockAGCurnockRM440407-0001,
ECurnockAGCurnockRM440407-0002,
ECurnockAGCurnockRM440407-0003

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Transcription

[postmarked 8 May 1944]

[International Red Cross ink stamp]

[Stalag 357 14 geprüft ink stamp]

1815605
SGT. CURNOCK. R. M.
BRITISH PRISONER OF WAR.
AGENCE CENTRALE DES PRISONERS DE GUERRE
COMITÉ INTERNATIONAL DE-LA CROIX-ROUGE
GENEVA.
SWITZERLAND

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MRS CURNOCK.
59 MINEHEAD ST.
LEICESTER.

[German ink stamps]

[page break]

59 Minehead ST.
Leicester
April 7th 1944.

My Darling Dick

Still no letters from you but we are hoping for one soon However I am writing in hope you may receive it. I expect you did remember Dads Birthday last Wednesday. We went to Aunty Doris's to tea on Sunday and do you know we missed the last bus home or rather it wouldn't stop because it was so full. So back we went and left Mary with Aunty Doris while Dad and self came back on bikes 11 pm

Miss Jones came up last week sends her love to you. Gordon gave me a nice snap of Wes. Grandad Hand is much better now. Nanny Morrison [?] has moved to a small bungalow now. No more now my darling son we all send Tons of love including Pop-Mary-Bob-Vic-Bet-Hilda-Daisy Kath and of course your Loving Mum
xxxxxxxxxxxx

Collection

Citation

Mrs Curnock, “Letter to Dick Curnock from his mother,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 24, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/22336.

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