Lizzy Bennett: Pride and Prejudice, Revisited North Platte, Nebraska, 1943-1946--Part Thirty-Three
Updated: Feb 27
Post by Onna Carr
The solution came in a telegraph from London that following week: Am sorry for the loss of your sister. Have furlough and am flying home. Will be in NP in six days. Wish to marry. Children would become ours.
Children could become ours. Georgia would come and help with children. You could all live together in NP. Send reply to Grand Central Station. Love Dar.
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