The Munro Letters 1914 - 1917 : Letters Home from the Front - World War I
Date of Letter:
1916/03/05
Summary:
In which Gordonís sister Ethel writes to him with news of Oakville. Included is mention of Melvilleís enlistment; a friendís new baby brother; church; and, their parentsí upcoming trip to Bermuda.
Transcription:
Oakville Ont Mar. 5, 1916

Dear Gordon

You canít guess that Melvilleís enlisted. So Iíll have another boy to write to wonít I eh? It will keep me busy.

I kyís new baby brother is here. I ky says they are going to name it George Edward They are both kings. Its anitials will be G.E.T which spells get. Well Iíve been to church and back The soldiers were there there is about seventy or eighty they look fine. Well I guess Iíll get my dinner now and write more after.

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Well a whole weekís gone by and I couldnít find the letter. Perce hasnít got his suit yet but I think heíll get it to-morrow. mother and father are going to Bermuda and we can go where we like. I think Iíll go to MacKayís for the first week and then to Walaces for the rest of the time I have been asked every place but I do not know where to go.

Well I havent any more news to tell you but perhaps I will when I come back from sunday school and if I havenít Iíll say good-bye.

??? ? might have more news. Well I havenít any more news so I guess I had better wring off for now. I am your sister Ethel Taylor M
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