Private William Roscoe Everett wrote his sister from England two months before being killed during the Normandy Invasion in World War II as a glider infantryman.
Co.F 325th Inf
I received your letter an were glad to hear from you an also know that you are well. These few lines leaves me well. The weather is very pretty. I have been getting quite a few letter from madeline. Well you have been asking me if their were anything that I wanted in your other letters. You can send me some candy cookies. I guess that business is very slack around home. It has been over a year since I have seen you. We are living in tents an we have been them ever since we came to England. I have got Dude Springs address and am going to write to him just as soon as I can. I also got a letter from Raymond M. the other day and he is still in Italy. As I don't know any thing else to talk about, I'll close with love to you. Goodnite and best wishes.
P.S. Has Madeline been behaving her self. I hope that she is haveing a good time.