640CAN The Parade Canterbury

Postmark Mar 1917


The Parade, Canterbury (Front)

The Parade, Canterbury (Back)


Dearest Elsie

I thought I would just send this card before I leave Canterbury. I am writing it in the Cathedral. After I rang you up dear I had quite a long talk with Mr Sheppard and afterwards had some dinner there 1s/3d and actually ate some butter beans. I think I told you all the news so I have not much to write about just now. Please tell Dad particulars. I will write to you as soon as possible. Well dearest I must finish now. With fondest love from your affectionate hubby Les

To Mrs EJ Hutchinson , 10 Marine Terrace, Margate


We have not be able to discover to which regiment Les Hutchinson was attached . The shop of Marchant and Tubb, which was a tailors, hatters ,hosiers, glovers and shirtmakers was at 5 The Parade according to Kellys Canterbury Directory of the period.


Location: 5 The Parade Canterbury CT1 2JL


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