Letter to from the Air Ministry to A D Boldy

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Title

Letter to from the Air Ministry to A D Boldy

Description

Letter from the Air Ministry to A D Boldy confirming that half of a war gratuity to be credited to his son, the late Sergeant David Boldy, has been paid through the command accountant, Royal Air Force, Singapore.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1946-08-31

Contributor

Eileen Reddish

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Format

One-page typewritten letter

Language

Identifier

EDirAccBoldyAD460831

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Transcription

AIR MINISTRY,
WHITTINGTON ROAD,
WORCESTER.
31ST August, 1946.

F.831691/Accts.13/W.G.

Sir,

[underlined] The late Flight Sergeant A.D. Boldy [/underlined]

I am directed to inform you that a War Gratuity of £20.16s.0d. (twenty pounds sixteen shilling) has been credited to the Service Estate of the late Flight Sergeant A.D. Boldy.

2. Arrangements have accordingly been made for payment of your half share amounting to £10.8s.0d. (ten pounds eight shillings) to be made to you through the Command Accountant, Royal Air Force Singapore, from whom you should receive a communication in due course.

I am, Sir,
Your obedient Servant,
[signature]
for Director of Accounts.

Mr. A.D. Boldy,
c/o/ Landale Clark Ltd.,
Nalgolla,
Dacca,
Eastern Bengal,
India.

Collection

Citation

Great Britain. Air Ministry, “Letter to from the Air Ministry to A D Boldy,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed December 11, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/840.

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