Three letters to Mrs Redgrave from the Royal Air Force

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Title

Three letters to Mrs Redgrave from the Royal Air Force

Description

Letter 1 is a covering letter for Harry Redgrave's Certificate of Service and Discharge, dated 29 July 1941.
Letter 2 corrects Harry Redgrave's service to include his attendance at an Air Observer's course on a new Certificate of Discharge and Service, dated 21 October 1941.
Letter 3 refers to the issue of a Certificate of Service and Discharge for a Bomb Leader's course at RAF Manby, dated 8 December 1941.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1941

Rights

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Format

Three typewritten sheets

Language

Identifier

EVariousRedgraveJM41XXXX-0001,
EVariousRedgraveJM41XXXX-0002,
EVariousRedgraveJM41XXXX-0003

Coverage

Temporal Coverage

Transcription

“B” Unit,
ROYAL AIR FORCE
Waddington,
Lincoln.
8 December, 1941.

[underlined] 713/33/P.1. [/underlined]

Dear Mrs Redgrave,

Thank you for your letter of the 3rd instant.

I have communicated with the Air Officer i/c Records and submitted your late husband’s Certificate of Service and Discharge, suggesting that his Bomb Leader’s Course at Manby may be included thereon. He will either communicate with you direct or through me.

I return the two letters which you forwarded.

Yours truly,
pp signature for
Wing Commander,
[underlined] Commanding,
“B” Unit. [/underlined]

Mrs J.M. Redgrave,
32, Clive Avenue,
Boultham Park,
[underlined] Lincoln. [/underline]
[underline] Encls. [/underline]

[page break]

RECORD OFFICE,
ROYAL AIR FORCE,
RUISLIP,
MIDDLESEX.

34B/743047
Date [underlined] 29 July 1941 [/underlined]

Dear Madam,
Form 1996 (Certificate of Service and Discharge), relative to your late husband’s service in the Royal Air Force, is forwarded herewith for your retention, please.

I am,
Dear Madam,
Your obedient Servant,

[signature]
For Air Commodore,
Air Officer i/c Records,
[underlined] ROYAL AIR FORCE. [/underlined]

Mrs. J. M. Redgrave,
32 Olive Avenue,
Lincoln.

[page break]

RECORD OFFICE,
ROYAL AIR FORCE,
RUISLIP,
MIDDLESEX.

B4B/743047

[underlined] 21st October, 1941. [/underlined]

Dear Madam,

With reference to your letter dated 6th, October, 1941, the matter raised by you has now been investigated. It appears from the records that your late husband attended an Air Observer’s Course from 1/6/40 to 27/7/40, and as a result he was remustered [sic] as an Air Observer on 14th September, 1940.

2. The above particulars you should find entered in the Certificate of Discharge and Service forwarded to you, under the headings Special Qualifications and Promotions, etc.

I am,
Dear Madam,
Your obedient Servant,
B Parkhurst pp

for Air Commodore,
Air Officer i/c Records,

Citation

Great Britain. Royal Air Force, “Three letters to Mrs Redgrave from the Royal Air Force,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 28, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/15937.

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