Letter to Jack Marsden's Father

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Title

Letter to Jack Marsden's Father

Description

The letter advises that his son is well and 'getting about again'.

Date

1944-09-09

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One typewritten sheet

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IBCC Digital Archive

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SMarsdenJ1591984v10026

Transcription

NORTHERN COMMAND
ARMY WELFARE COMMITTEE
(District 38)
Capt. R. Ede England: Army Welfare Officer
Office: Bell Isle, Wakefield
Tel: 2271
House: Manygates Park, Wakefield
Tel: 2565
My Ref. M/106
9 September 1944
Mr Marsden,
c/o M. Lynch Esq.,
Windmill Inn,
[underlined] FOULBY nr Wakefield [/underlined]
I write to confirm telephone message given to your clerk this morning. I have had a letter from a person who has [underlined] seen [/underlined] your boy; he says your son is quite well and getting about again. He will be going to Winwick Hospital, nr Warrington, Lancs in a week or two for further treatment.
After that, I expect, he will be given a short sick leave so I don’t think it will be necessary for you to spend money going to Winwick to see him. I suppose you will be very relieved to hear the news.
[signature]
Army Welfare Officer

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Northern Command - Army Welfare Committee, “Letter to Jack Marsden's Father,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed December 5, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/28066.

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