Letter to Reg Wilson's Mother

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Title

Letter to Reg Wilson's Mother

Description

The letter is written by the mother of Jack, the flight engineer on Reg's crew. She expresses sympathy whilst they are waiting for news, hoping that sharing their grief will be some comfort.

Creator

Date

1944-02-14

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Language

Format

One double sided handwritten sheet

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Contributor

Identifier

EWilsonMBremnerA440214-0001, EWilsonMBremnerA440214-0002

Transcription

54, Ovington Grove.,
Fenham.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Feb. 14th [underlined] 1944 [/underlined]

Dear Mrs. Wilson,

I feel that I would like you to know of the sympathy which I and my family feel for you during the very anxious & trying time which lies ahead for all of us whose Sons were members of the crew of which my Son, Jack, was Flight Engineer.

It is very hard to look on the bright side at [deleted] the [/deleted] a time like this, and I appreciate fully that this letter, though very sincere, will not help you to bear the great sorrow which all of us must surely feel.

I would, however, like you to know that my thoughts are with you during this period of waiting – and I hope that soon our minds will be at rest through our recieving [sic] good news either from our Sons themselves or from the Air Ministry.

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Should you recieve [sic] news of the whereabouts of your boy, would you be so kid as to inform me. I would be most grateful. In the meantime let us hope that all is well with each one of them.

I am.

Yours Very Sincerely.

Ada Bremner

Citation

Ada Bremner, “Letter to Reg Wilson's Mother,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed May 26, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/35648.

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