Letter from Lloyds Bank to Doug Petty

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Title

Letter from Lloyds Bank to Doug Petty

Description

The letter advises Doug Petty that the bank has received £70/1/9 from the RAF and has opened an banking account in his name.

Date

1945-02-20

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Spatial Coverage

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Format

Two typewritten sheets

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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E[Author]PettyD450220-0001,
E[Author]PettyD450220-0002

Transcription

Lloyds Bank Limited
Cox’s & Kings Branch.
6, Pall Mall.
London, S.W.1.
TELEPHONE NUMBER: WHITEHALL 7004
(19 LINES)
PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE
ALL LETTERS TO BE ADDRESSED TO THE MANAGERS.
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS:-
“COX1A, PICCY, LONDON.”
IMPORTANT
IN REPLYING KINDLY QUOTE THIS REFERENCE BOTH ON THE LETTER AND ENVELOPE
R.3. EC/EB.
a/c No. 286075.
20th February, 1945.
Dear Sir,
We have pleasure in advising you that we have to-day received the sum of £70.1.9. representing
Outfit Allowance. - £50.0.0.
Pay. ( - £20.1.9.
with which we have opened a Banking account in your name, in accordance with your request.
We enclose a cheque book for your use, and in this connection would draw particular attention to the rubber-impressed number appearing in the top left-hand corner of each cheque form. We would ask you to be good enough to quote this number in all communications to us, and to refrain from using any cheque except from your own book. Will you also kindly note to address all letters to our R.3. Section, in which your account has been opened and, when changing your address, to ask us to amend our records accordingly. We propose to send you a statement of your account shortly after the – of every alternate month, and trust that this will meet your wishes.
If there is any point upon which you desire our help at any time, please do not hesitate to let us know.
Yours faithfully,
[signature]
pro Manager.
189456,
P/O. D. Petty,
429, Squadron,
R.C.A.F., Leeming,
Yorks.
p.t.o.
[page break]
P.S. We thank you for your letter of the 13th instant, enclosing forms duly completed. We would mention that we communicated with you yesterday regarding your account, and enclosed Advice of Pay slips showing the amount which has been credited to your account. We now have pleasure in setting out overleaf details of your account to date.
With regard to your request for a joint account, we enclose the necessary forms for completion – the Authority 10. requires to be signed by both parties, partly over a sixpenny stamp – and on return of these we shall be pleased to give the matter our immediate attention.
[signature]
pro Manager.

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Citation

Lloyds Bank, Pall Mall, London, “Letter from Lloyds Bank to Doug Petty,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed September 28, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/19785.

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