Ruth Harker Postcard Collection - Undated Paynes Farm - Jane
 
My word! If I catch you Bending!!! ©Davidson Bros
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Addressed to Miss R Harker, Paynes Farm, Nazeing, Waltham Cross, Essex
 
Dear Ruth
you will know that it is so awful hot weather we have finished hay there is a good few that has not done yet we are looking forward for the shows now hope you are all well as it leaves us so at present
with kindest love from Jane

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Addressed to Miss R Harker, Paynes Farm, Nazeing, Waltham Cross, Essex
 
Dyke Heads
Thursday

Dear Friend
Many thanks for PCs received last Hope this finds you will [sic] There is a lot of sickness in Swaledale now Influenza is going about we have all had the influenza colds. Tom Hugill took a fit and died on Sunday the 27th of Feb we have had some very frosty weather but is thawing mostly now
with best love and kind regards
Jane

July 9 ? - Muker
 
Addressed to Miss R Harker, Paynes Farm, Nazeing, Waltham Cross, Essex
 
Hill Top Lodge

Dear Ruth
you will think I have forgotten you but I have not. I am going Rolth [sic] Bottom to night and I shall find a want of you Polly and Mat are here and we were a gunnerside on Sunday and the chapel was nearly full. write back and I will write a letter before hay time
from Jane

If there were no Women ©Living Picture Series
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Addressed to Miss R Harker, Paynes Farm, Nazeing, Waltham Cross, Essex
 
Dyke Heads

Dear Ruth
glad to hear that you got home allright [sic] I'm sure it would be very lonely for you going by yourself We had a very good stir on Shortest Day on account of it being a fine day it was our Reading Room Supper on the 9 & 10th of this month had a very enjoyable time of it we are having some awful stormy weather here I guess you will be having much the same hoping this finds you all well with
kindest love from Jane

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