Letter to Dick Curnock from his mother

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Letter to Dick Curnock from his mother

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A letter to Dick Curnock from his mother with domestic news.

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IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1944-11-15

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One double sided letter

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ECurnockAGCurnockRM441115-0001,
ECurnockAGCurnockRM441115-0002

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[postmark]
[PRISONER OF WAR POST]
[RANK & NAME:] SGT. R. M. CURNOCK.
[PRISONER OF WAR NO.:] 2108
[CAMP NAME & NO.:] STALAG LUFT 3. STALAG 357
GERMANY

[inkstamp] THIS LETTER FORMED PART OF UNDELIVERED MAILS WHICH FELL INTO THE HANDS OF THE ALLIED FORCES IN GERMANY. IT IS UNDELIVERABLE AS ADDRESSED, AND IS THEREFORE RETURNED TO YOU. [/inkstamp]

[FROM] MRS. A. G. CURNOCK.
59 MINEHEAD ST.
LEICESTER
ENG.

15 NOV 1944
(33) LETTER.

My Darling Dick

Am writing this letter to tell you I have sent you another parcel yesterday which I hope you will get it is my "Next of Kin" one. Also I want you if Wes doesnt [sic] already know it his F/O has come through and Gordon has taken the good news back home with him. We haven't heard if yours has come through at all but you were put for a com as well as Wesley the very [blank] night you were missing did you know that bit of news. Mary has just being [sic] played [indecipherable word] with Dad she can play quite well now she still likes school. Had a nice Card and letter from Chucks [sic] Mother yesterday. Aunt [indecipherable word] has sent many a dolls [?] bedstead to put away for her Xmas. She sends her love to you. Now give our love to all the boys and we are awaiting you bringing them all home with you. We haven't had any mail from you for a long while but hope to soon. No more tonight [one indecipherable word] beloved boy God less you and bring you home soon to your ever loving Mom. xxxxxx [inserted] Pop & Mary send love and xxxs [/inserted]

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Mrs AG Curnock, “Letter to Dick Curnock from his mother,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 24, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/22338.

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