A chastened gratitude because of the ever-present thought of the price paid for Peace

Ascot and Warfield were thankful for the peace treaty.

Ascot
The services on July 6th, the day of Thanksgiving for the signing of the Peace Treaty, were well-attended. Ours was a chastened gratitude because of the ever-present thought of the price paid for Peace; but it was sincere.

Warfield
Sunday, July 6th, the Day appointed for Thanksgiving to Almighty God on the occasion of the Signing of the Treaty of Peace, was well observed in the Parish.

Winkfield District Magazine, August 1919 (D/P 151/28A/11/8)

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