To Isabel Bain from British Red Cross Society

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Title

To Isabel Bain from British Red Cross Society

Description

In response to Isabel's enquiry about possible news concerning Andrew, stating that nothing has been heard so far.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1943-09-10

Contributor

Frank Batten
Bradley Froggatt

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Format

One typewritten letter

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Identifier

EAmpthillMBainID430910

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Transcription

RAF / A.2

[letterhead]
[British Red Cross Society logo and crest]

In replying quote reference: EW / AT/ RAF C.8616.

10th September, 1943.

Dear Mrs Bain,

We have received your enquiry in which you ask for news of your husband Sergeant A. Bain No. 658930.

We are so sorry to tell you that no information has been received about him up to the present, but all possible enquiries are being made. Any news which may be forthcoming from the International Red Cross Committee at Geneva or from any other source, will be passed to you immediately. If, however, you are the registered next-of-kin, your first notification will come from the Air Ministry.

Yours sincerely,
Margaret Ampthill.
Chairman.

Mrs Bain.
c/o Morrison.
25, Beaufort Gardens.
Bishopbriggs.
Glasgow.

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Citation

Great Britain. British Red Cross Society, “To Isabel Bain from British Red Cross Society,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed December 16, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/16783.

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