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John Moyle War Diary

War diary of John Moyle and enclosures. Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-2365

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Kingsmear, Honiton


Dear Captain Moyle

Thank you for your letter which I received last December. I don't think I did write to you from Bergh Apton Manor Norfolk where [illegible] & I stayed all last autumn and winter. I meant to do so to say how very pleased I shall be to have the typed copy of the Tree which you so kindly promised to send me, an up to date one. [illegible] is much looking forward to your letter as he is to have the American stamp. He is a keen collector & has an album! Perhaps you will enclose him a few, any sort he will be delighted with.

Are you still staying with your various relations. You must have had a very good time with them all. The American Gray's & their relatives certainly seem to have picked up some wealth, between them, in the New World, which is more than can be said of some of them in the Old. I had better send this letter to Cornwall as your people in Wichita Falls may not know your address. I and Westterley have not been home very long. I let my house furnished for 6 months this winter & we lived with my Uncle & his family which was very jolly & nice for [illegible]. We were a household of 15 on & off, coming & going all the time. My Mother's family have

BC Archives, MS-2365 Box 2 File 2 / MOYLE, Theresa Susan Yoder, 1905 - . Victoria. / John Moyle, diary and enclosures, 1914 - 1928.

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