Title: Letter of 7 March 1916 to Charles Ross Francis
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Source: Archives of Manitoba, P304, Charles Ross Francis, Correspondence Personal 1898-1975
Page 13 of 14

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went over us. A fellow
is foolish to remain
standing if he thinks
the shell is coming
at all near, no matter
if it is muddy.
My brother John is
not far from here.
He is a bomb-thrower
and has had some
close shaves. Have not
seen him since Sept.
when he left England.
Received a letter from
Archie, who is not
far from here, telling
of my cousin George Richardson's
death. He was a Captain
in the -DK. and Text
was wounded when
out after two of his
men who were missing
after an attack which

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