Letter to Joan Wareing from the British Red Cross

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Letter to Joan Wareing from the British Red Cross

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Replying to her recent letter, they were glad that she had reassuring news and hope it would not be long before it was official. They had not yet had any news of her husband or his crew but would pass any news on if received. Suggests she should write to the air ministry.

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1944-09-14

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Two page typewritten letter

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IBCC Digital Archive

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EAmpthillMWareingJ440914

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WAR ORGANISATION OF THE BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY and ORDER OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM
[
Red Cross and St. John emblems
7 Belgrave Square,
London, S.W.1

Ref: PMS/AH/C14353

14th September 1944.

Dear Mrs. Wareing,

We have received your letter of 11th September, 1944, and the copies of the letters you had from Captain Yeoman and your husband, Squadron Leader R. Wareing, D.F.C.

We are so very glad you have had this reassuring news, and trust it will not be long before official confirmation is forthcoming. We have not had any [deleted] news [/deleted] [inserted] information [/inserted] about your husband, or any other members of his crew up to the present [inserted handwritten] but please rest assured should any be received you will be notified without fail.

If you have not already communicated with the Air Ministry, you should do so, and send copies of the letters to:-

The Air Ministry, (P.4 Casualty branch)
73-77 Oxford Street,
London, W.1.

It has given us great pleasure to hear of the good news you have received, and may we send you

P.T.O.

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our best wishes for the future.

Yours sincerely,
[signed] Margaret Aupthill pp TMS [/signed]
Chairman.

Mrs. J. Wareing,
56, West Common Gardens,
Old Bromley, [Brumby]
Scunthorpe,
Lincolnshire.

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M Ampthill, “Letter to Joan Wareing from the British Red Cross,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed October 19, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/27805.

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