Hugh S. Calverley - A Man at War...
WWI Scrapbook - Hugh Salvin Calverley
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Lieut. Hon H. Denison wounded
Lieut. Hon H. Denison wounded Details
...Sincerely Ethel Milne
Letter – I thought you : Ethel Milne – April 13, 1915
Hornblotton Rectory Castle Cary, Somerset

Dear Mrs. Calverley

I thought that you would like a line from me to tell you that Hugh has just been to stay with us for 4 nights. He came on Friday on a motorbike. He trained as far as Westbury, then came by road. We were very pleased to see Hugh indeed. He has not altered a bit in the face, only of course he is taller. He looks very well and has had a nice rest here. He went out on Sunday and picked a lovely lot of Primroses for his Grandmother, who I am sorry to hear is very ill. We sent the flowers of to her on Monday. It is very nice for Hugh to be with his father and I do hope that all will be well with them both. It will be an anxious time for you when they go to France. My eldest boy is in India at present at Yullundur with the 4th Somerset L I. The younger one is still at Marlborough. Hugh tells me that you all like being at Ontario very much. Hugh looked very nice in his uniform and is just the same dear old boy he was when he was with us.

Ever yours sincerely
Ethel M. Milne.

Clipping – Lieut. Hon H. Denison – Wounded

Post Card – South Eastern Hospital New Cross London – March 29, 1915

Am quite well, Letter following. Read.

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