12 May 1915

It is not 100% clear when Kittie returned to the B&B at Brockhurst that she and George had stayed in on the weekend of 8-9th before leaving for Devonport on Monday 10th, but the implication of something George says in his letter to her of 16 May is that she was staying on in the hotel at Devonport until she had seen the Orsova leave with George on it.

The Orsova lay offshore at its buoy all through today. The weather seems to have been cloudy in the morning, sunny in the afternoon.

Was she alone, or with other wives?

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About Patrick Miles

I am a writer who specialises in Anton Chekhov and is writing a biography of George Calderon.
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