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Date: May 19th 1918
Gladys Hornibrook
Charles Hornibrook

#3106794 Pte C Hornibrook
Can Cyclists Corps
Seaford. Sussex.
May 19th 1918

Dear Folks at home,

This is Sunday and I thought I drop yous a few lines to let yous now that I’m well, hopping this will find yous all the same, we are having dandy weather here just now, I suppose yous will all be busy putting in the seeding, at this time, o say that was a dandy parcel yous sent me, it was in O.K. shape, the butter was dandy and hard, that Tob yous sent me was all rite yous dont nead to send me any tea, we get lots of tea here be sure and send me the Sundridge Echo once and while I seen in the Echo that Gretta was going home, Minorgans will be glad to see her, I meet Harld Tyrmen over here the other day. I dident now he was here till I was out for a walk, and I meet him, he was glad to see me, I see Burt Hill near ever knight, I haven’t had any word from Earnest yet, I have rote him, for or five letters. Well news is scarce so I must close, be sure and rite often. Let me know if yous got any of my sined pay yet.

With love to all.

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