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58629: Letter from Osborne Pigrome to his elder brother Ted

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posted on 2024-02-18, 15:02 authored by Great War Archive Project Team

Letter from Osborne Pigrome to his brother Edward Pigrome. One of 42 written to the addressee from 18th June 1915 to 8th December 1918. Osborne served in France from 1917 until the end of 1918. Before and after the war, he was a regular weekend watercolour painter. According to family stories, Osborne never spoke about the Great War. He never married and lived quietly with two elder sisters and a niece. Born 4th February 1880, died 26th April 1963.


Editor's Comment:
Pte. 2314 (later 301475) Osborne Pigrome, 2/5th (City of London) Bn. Territorial Force (London Rifle Brigade), later 28th (County of London) Bn. Territorial Force (Artists Rifles).

History

Identifier

9021.cpd| 3888.jpg|GWA_2238_norscan0057.jpg 3889.jpg|GWA_2239_norscan0058.jpg

Creator

Pigrome, Osborne

Date

19th December 1916

Date Created

19/12/1916

Source

Leaf

Medium

Paper

Type

Letter

Pages

1, 2

Number of Pages

2

Contributor

Richard Marshall | Richard Marshall | Geoffrey Seale

Submission Event

Norwich and Norfolk Millennium Library Submission Day, 8th April 2008

Rights

The Great War Archive, University of Oxford / Primary Contributor

Publisher

The Great War Archive, University of Oxford