LETTER: Iona J. Williams, Tyddyn-y-Parc, Denbigh to Capt[ain] Conant.
She is very uncertain as to the advisability of her giving consent to him marrying her sweet Morrie.
She would have preferred they waited until she had reached her majority.
She quite appreciates the feeling they both have about the dreadful uncertainty of the war, and because of that she should like him to have the right to go to her in the event of an emergency.
He hopes she is doing right in giving her consent and wishes them both enduring happiness.
She talks about the planes passing over to Merseyside.