Letter to Wally Layne's wife from the Air Ministry

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Title

Letter to Wally Layne's wife from the Air Ministry

Description

Covers some financial matters and birth certificate for expected child.

Date

1943-12-21

Temporal Coverage

Language

Format

Two page typewritten letter

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Identifier

EAirMinLayneAJ431221

Transcription

[Air Ministry crest]
[Air Ministry Letterhead]

Telephone: [Deleted] Holborn 3434 [/Deleted] Sloane 0771

K24759/43/Accts. 16(a)

AIR MINISTRY,
[Deleted] LONDON, W.C.2. [/Deleted]
2, Seville Street,
KNIGHTSBRIDGE,
London, S.W.1.

21 December, 1943.

Madam,

I am directed to acknowledge receipt of your letter of 12th December together with your two family allowance books, which were forwarded to this department by the Senior Accountant Officer, War Casualties Accounts Depot, Royal Air Force Station, Uxbridge, Middlesex.

With reference to the final paragraph of this department’s letter of 9th December, 1943, it is assumed that as you have returned your order books you do not require temporary arrangement[inserted]s[/inserted] to be made this department to divert part of your husband’s R.A.F. emoluments to you, until such time as he is able to make his own arrangements, but confirmation of this would be appreciated. (stamped addressed label enclosed).

/As

[National Scheme for disabled men logo]

Mrs. A.J. Layne,
97 Harlaxton Road,
Grantham,
Lincs.

[Page Break]

As previously explained, in this departments letter of 9th December, 1943, the birth certificate of your expected child should be forwarded in due course to the Senior Accountant Officer, War-Casualties Accounts Depot, R.A.F. Station, Uxbridge, in order that the necessary increase may be made in the married allowance issuable to your husband.

I am, Madam,
Your obedient Servant,
[Signature]
for Director of Accounts.

Collection

Citation

Great Britain. Air Ministry, “Letter to Wally Layne's wife from the Air Ministry,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 19, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/30743.

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