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Jack spent 2, possibly 3 years of WW1 in France. They lived at 144 Strathmartin Road, Dundee, and when Kitty was due to give birth to my father in August 1915, she went to stay with her parents, Catherine and Thomas Hellon Smith who lived in a house called Chipperkyle in Kelty, a small mining village in Fife. The message is written in pencil, rather smudged and faded, but I think it says - "How do you like our Divisional P.C.? Sorry at not writing last night but was over at a fire at one of our Ammunition Dumps. It was a great sight. Tonight I have been at our Cinema which starts tomorrow night. Moi is in charge of it and we are getting things in order and testing the engine & machine. We start with the "Somme" films. Will write sure tomorrow. J."

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