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Lining the chancel in memory of a popular athlete

A popular young man, one of the frst to join up in Cranbourne, was remembered.

The news of the death of Lieut. Eric Curtis, 8th Seaforth Highlanders, has been received with much regret in Cranbourne. 112 more words

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Welcome home after arduous and trying experiences in Russia

WELCOME HOME

We have all been pleased to see Private H H Taylor (elder son of our friends Nr and Mrs Dakin Taylor) once more in our midst after his arduous and trying experiences with the Royal Scots in North Russia. 16 more words

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The air is full of rumour

Ralph Glyn’s mother looked forward to visiting her daughter in London to get the latest news.

St Mary’s
Bramber
Sussex

17th

Tomorrow 30 Half Moon Street. 52 more words

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Convoy attacked

The Harwich Force was a Navy squadron tasked with protecting shipping.

17 August 1918

Heard 2 destroyers Harwich base sunk. 26 lives lost. Convoying ships from Holland. 10 more words

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"We hope he will be spared to return home"

More news of Reading men.

S. Marks District

We are thankful to say we have good news of S. Mark’s lads from France and elsewhere. … 82 more words

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Very good news

Lady Vansittart Neale visited her married daughter on the east coast.

15 August 1918

Bubs’ birthday. Boy on manoeuvres all day. We all 3 sat out on beach, then to Felixstowe for afternoon. 26 more words

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German retreat going on

Florence Vansittart Neale and her daughter relaxed while studying the war news.

14 August 1918

Sat in garden & read Bubs the paper. German retreat going on. 10 more words

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