Fred Firth's WWI letters

May 29th 1925

The following letter, from Fred's uncle Herbert Firth is in an envelope to Mr Fred C Firth, Gatehead, Marsden, Nr Huddersfield. It is written on Firth Bros headed paper. The "great day" referred to is presumably Fred's marriage. Within the envelope is also a printed poem "Lines on a Remarkable Circumstance Connected with Bretton Hall" which recounts the Ulysses-like return of the Lord of Bretton, after 20 years at sea, to his wife who has just remarried.

Wood Lea
Shepley
Nr Huddersfield 
May 29th 1925

Telegrams 
"Firth Bros. Shepley,"
Telephone No 22 Kirkburton

H. FIRTH
F. FIRTH

Dear Fred
We had fully intended being over to see you before now lent what with one thing & another we have been put of. However we hope to see you before long. Enclosed find cheque for a reminder of the Great Day & With best wishes from all at Wood Lea for your future welfare. With kindest regards to your wife & yourself
Yours Truly
Uncle Herbert