Hedre, Aberdaron.

September 26th 1916.

Dear Claudia,

Thank you for the Post Cards with the beautiful views that you see there.

Everyone here is fine and Mother is in good spirits. I went to Pwllheli Fair yesterday, but there weren't many people there, most of the young lads stayed home in case they  got caught by the soldiers, I think. The Lt and the Police caught a lot of lads without exemption cards, and took the names of some whilst others they took in, but fortunately they left me alone.

I went to Dr Griffith’s to get some medicine for Mother, and he said he intended calling this way today to see how she was. I’m glad to know you are all enjoying yourselves and that the weather is fine as it is here. Nearly everyone has got the corn in by now. H Parry Hirwaen went to help carry wheat. A letter came last week inviting you to Creigir Uchaf a fortnight last Monday, there’s an auction that day at Cae’r Eglwys. Nell Roberts Anhegraig had a little boy last Saturday. My father has gone to Meillionydd Bach today to look for a loan of corn. Come home next Saturday evening. Best wishes to you all there from all of us here. 

I am your brother, 

                             D Williams.





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