Extract from WW1 letter dated 6th March 1919
From David Henry Taylor in Sheerness to May Muggridge in Beckenham
“My darling,
… the battalion in the meantime had gone off to Rugeley … I had to report to Headquarters at 12 o’clock but it was only give in my name … I cannot get any sort of information as to what is happening with regard to the demobilisation business … I went along this afternoon to see if I could get anything out of the demobilisation officer. He said that demobilisation has not yet started again. It stopped on February 15th, the day after my application went in …”