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MThornhillCE2049456-170515-02.pdf
24 pages of an address book.

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The letter advises the doctor that Jack Marsden has severe gunshot wounds to his head.

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The telegram advises that Jack is missing.

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The letter includes his Certificate of Discharge and instructs Jack on how to keep it safe.

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Betty Welton was born in 1924. She left school at the age of 14 and, at the age of 17 and a half, joined the Women’s Land Army. She saw this as an opportunity to escape her home circumstances. On receiving her papers, she travelled from her home…

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

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The telegram advises Jack's father that he is back in England.

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A slip accompanying Form 64 sent to Jack Marsden.

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A card issued to Jack for attendance at Sheffield Royal Infirmary.

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A letter to W Marsden explaining that his son is missing during an operation at Mailly-Le-Camp.

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Charles Beecher was a member of the local Air Training Corps in Wakefield before volunteering for the RAF. He was unsuccessful in his application for aircrew because of his eyesight and trained as a wireless mechanic. Part of his course was in…

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A card issued to Jack registering him as disabled.

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Made out for Castleford and Glasshoughton Joint Committee. Made out for Mrs Arther Pawson at space 90 in section Q of New Cemetery cost 10 shillings and sixpence. Annotated 'Grandma, my mother's mother'. On the reverse 'Further [....] 25th January…

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A letter and envelope written to Jack whilst he was in hospital. The letter is from Billie and Doris at the office where he used to work. They wish him well and describe office life at the office.

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E44SqnRAFWainwrightM440705.pdf
The message advises that her son is missing.
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