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Henry Wright to brother Charles, 1915

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28 H J Wright to brother Charlie, 20 June 1915, Gallipoli Peninsula




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Gallipoli Peninsula In the firing line June 20th 1915


Dear Charlie,

Just a line to say I am well and have managed to dodge the bullets up till now remember me to all the boys I remain your loving brother Harry.



31 H J Wright to brother Charlie 3 Jul 1915, Gallipoli Peninsula





Dear Charlie,


Just a card to say I am well and still boxing on. I was pleased to get your letter I also got a reply from Harry at Bones's, Wally Hazzard1 and Adrian Lord2.  I am sorry I cannot write much as we are not allowed. Well old sport I will close hoping this finds you well. I remain your loving brother Harry. remember me to all at the Pits.



1 In the 1914 Electoral Roll, Walter Hazzard, grocer, resided at Sturt St, Essendon.

2 Enlisted 26 Oct 1916, 6536 Sapper A Lord, ironmonger aged 30 of 89 Fletcher St, Essendon.


How H J Wright ended the War

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