Letter to Wally Layne's wife from effects officer

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Letter to Wally Layne's wife from effects officer

Description

Offers sympathy and informs her that her husband's personal effects would be despatched to the standing committee of adjustments at RAF Colnbrook.

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Date

1943-09-24

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One page typewritten letter

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IBCC Digital Archive

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EJamisonFWLAyneAJ430924

Transcription

Royal Air Force,
Oakington.
Cambs.

OAK/C409/301/5/P1. 24th September, 1943.

Dear Madam,

As the Officer supervising the disposal of your husband’s effects, may I be permitted to offer my sincere sympathy.

In accordance with Air Ministry Orders, his personal effects, assembled at this Station will shortly be despatched to the Standing Committee of Adjustment R.A.F. Colnbrook, Slough, Bucks, who will communicate with you at the earliest possible date, and to whom all future correspondence should be addressed.

The effects, however, cannot be released until the formalities required by the Regimental Debts Act have been complied with.

Yours sincerely
[signature] W. Jamison [\signature] F/O.
PP. Group Captain Commanding,
[underlined] R.A.F. Station, Oakington. [/underlined]

Mrs. T. Layne,
Stoneleigh,
Barroway High Road,
Grantham.

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Citation

F W Jamison, “Letter to Wally Layne's wife from effects officer,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed November 27, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/30779.

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