Volume 1: Letters written on active service, A-L, 1914-1919 - Page 310
away We could all see he was wounded badly but did not think it was as serious as it turned out to be
as you ask me did he have any message. Well that I could not say there were so many around him and it is that long time ago I really do not know.
I might mention Joe was a great favourite amongst the Battery boys he was always doing something for some of the boys and his death was sad news to all the boys
I have worked with Joe in four or five different Ordenances repairing guns and found him one of the best
We Mr Garbutt I cannot think of any more news about him you
J. H. Shaw