Letter from the Air Ministry to L Boldy

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Title

Letter from the Air Ministry to L Boldy

Description

Letter from the Air Ministry to L Boldy, confirming that there is no connection between the identity of a man named Boldey and Flight Sergeant David Boldy listed as missing on 11 July 1942.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1945-10-26

Contributor

Margaret Carr

Rights

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Format

One page typed letter

Language

Identifier

EAirMinBoldyLM451026

Spatial Coverage

Temporal Coverage

Transcription

Ref: P.370883/42/P.4.Cas.D. R.605.
26 October, 1945

Madam,

I am directed to refer to your recent enquiries concerning the identity of a man named "Boldey" mentioned in the trial of Warrant Officer Hughes, and to inform you that Warrant Officer Hughes has been interviewed on your behalf a second time and states that the man "Boldey" was in Berlin in 1940 using the name Boldey.
There can therefore be no connection between him and your son, Flight Sergeant D.A. Boldy, who was reported missing on the 11th July, 1942.
It is hoped that this assurance will be of help to you in your present anxiety.
I am, Madam,
Your obedient Servant,
[illegible signature]
for Director of Personal Services.

Mrs. L. Boldy,
5, Chepstow Court,
Chepstow Crescent,
W.11.

Collection

Citation

Great Britain. Air Ministry, “Letter from the Air Ministry to L Boldy,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed April 23, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/567.

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