A letter from John Kenworthy to his wife
Feb 10th 1916
Dear wife, just a few lines hoping this will find you and the children in the best of health & doing well. Dear wife I have not secured any letters from you lately and have been expecting one every day but it as not come yet so I am asking because we are expecting removing? any day so I don’t think I shall get a chance to write to you again for a few weeks so you must not trouble yourself for I shall be getting on allright. We have got fitted out with new suits and helmets so we are tops again for a bit. Dear wife I don’t know how you are going on we are getting melted away here and the next place we are going to is warmer still so we shall all get frissiled? away. I don’t think I should see bob any more for a while for we are going far away from here. Remember me to our Maggie ?? Harry & Janey. I hope they are all doing well. Tell the children I have got some more shells for them. I will keep them till I come home. If I can I will write to you again.