Letters From The Bowes Brothers – Jan. 30-1918 Director of Graves Registration and Enquiries

War Office

Winchester House

St. James Square

London, England

 

Dear Madam,

In reply to your letter of 7th of December 1917, I regret to say that the grave of Private D.C. Bowes has not yet been located but your enquiry has been noted and I will write you again as soon as I am able to obtain any information.

I am very sorry not to be able to send you a more satisfactory reply.

Yours faithfully,

Staff Captain for Brigadier General

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