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Pease Pottage army camp (9 of 10)
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Pease Pottage army camp (9 of 10)

It seems that this is a photograph of a farrier at the army camp at Pease Pottage during the Great War, in which horses made a huge contribution.
His name was J. Watson and he sent a message to Miss D. Warren indicating that she was remembered for what she had done.
I guess we are never going to find out the details of this message.
Somebody has added that he was a farrier at the camp in Pease Pottage.
The reverse of the photograph can be seen on the Large Version.

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Picture added on 13 May 2017 at 16:12
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