Item 03: Sydney B. Young war diary, 15 October 1916-14 April 1917 - Page 24
er and more considerate woman to an old man like him, it would be impossible to find.
She treats him just like a little child and her life seems just the desire to look after him. I
am glad he is well looked after for I am satisfied he could not be in better hands.
I also saw my cousin Fanny and her children. I left Harlington at 20 to 7 for London.
About 6 munition girls got in at the next station and the way they were smoking and