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"My Dearest - Letters of Wilfred Howell 1916-17"

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Moonraker

Looking for another Wilfred Howell, I came across this book about another one in the Royal Sussex Regiment - he seems to have moved from one battalion to another.

 

(Self-published flip-book, nicely laid out and readable.)

 

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voltaire60

   I am gobsmacked by the all-knowing omnipotence of your mind-reading skills.  I was just knuckling down to do some work on  2 men (related) -locals- who were both killed by the same shell while serving with......    12 R.Sussex.  And  you pop up with this.   MR-Thank you-Perfect timing

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Moonraker

Happy to help. Another minor coincidence is that this Wilfred came from Hastings and the other one (Major Wilfred Howell DSO) married a woman from Torre, Torquay. A friend of 58 years comes from Torquay (where I met her in 1961) and now lives in Hastings. Something to interest  bore her next time we chat.

 

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