Personal Letters of William Herbert Wallace

A collection of correspondence written by William Herbert Wallace himself. Transcriptions attempted by myself, may have some inaccuracies.

Response to a Letter of Condolence


83 Ullet Road,
Sefton Park

Dear Mrs ____,

Please accept my sincere thanks for your very kind letter of sympathy.
It is such a dreadful ordeal that I scarcely know where I am.

The whole thing was so brutal and unnecessary that I can barely yet realize it, and at the moment I don’t actually realize that my dear wife has really gone from me. We were so much to each other and so completely happy together that I fear it will be the uprooting of everything.

Nothing can bring her back. My only hope now is that the criminal may soon be brought to book.

Very Sincerely Yours
WH Wallace

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