June 24 1918
I am well and I hope that you are the same I got your letter last night and was glad to get it. and I got a letter from Mother at the same time so you see that I get letters from Mother all the time I think that all the Boys that come over in 1916 that the people in Canada will Be Prode of us all and there is not many of the 93th Boys left now. they are pretty nearly all killed or wounded. Will you write to Mrs. Seaborn at Colhill and see where her husband is for he got wounded abought a year a go and I have not heard from since he got wounded.
where are all the Boys mo[ are they in England or over in France it has Been rainning out all day But you can’t depent on the weather over here one day the sun is shining and the next day it is rainning out. I am with a fellow that came out here with me his name is Luachenbush and the other fellow is Gerow that is all the Boys that came over with me. So that I have some friends over here yet I have not seen Cieil Warsiun for so long that I for get what he looks like or any of the other Boys either I saw Wilfred King a bought a month a go now. will I think that this all for this time so good Bye from your friend