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For Wally Layne's wife for professional attendance.

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Receipt for maternity bed.

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Suggest that she does not send officers uniform to him direct but should write to the international Red Cross committee to get a definite ruling.

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Notifies her of transfer of funds to her husbands account at Lloyds Bank Grantham.

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Notes that as they only dealt with officers' allowances not pay. Her enquiry had been passed to the RAF Agents - Lloyds Bank (Cox's & King's Branch).

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Thanks her for letter and returning family allowance book and informs her that the questions raised in her letter have been forwarded to the Air Ministry as they would be dealing with the matter.

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From Red Cross prisoner of war department. Explains that football items of clothing must be sent in next of kin parcel as there was no special label for a sports parcel.

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From Red Cross prisoner of war department congratulating her on birth of her son and that they would cable through Geneva giving information about the birth to her husband.

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Notes her husbands national saving certificates were held in safe custody at their office and could only be released to her on written instructions of her husband.

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Confirms that her husband was promoted to warrant officer with effect from 1 August 1943.

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Glad to note her husband was safe as a prisoner of war. Advises her that effects could not be released without written authority of the prisoner himself. Ask her to forward any letter from him to this respect.

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Notes her change of address and regrets that they were not in a position to give information on her husbands effects as they had not been received yet.

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Thanks her for her letter concerning her husbands bank account and they were in communication with the Air Ministry about her financial position.

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Informs her that Air Ministry has instructed them to issue sums due to her husband in respect of RAF pay and asks for details of his bank account.

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Top - to his wife saying he was writing by flickering lamp. Writes that things are moving quickly and everyone expects to be home by Christmas but he couldn't imagine the war ending.

Middle - front of postcard with address to Mr and Mrs…

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Reports arrival of seventeen letters, eleven from her. Glad to hear her and baby were doing well. Thinks David Ian are good names and mentions odd letter from a friend.

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Top - Says he is keeping well but little news. Looking forward to receiving mail.

Bottom - writes that he is fit and had been to performance at camp theatre. Mentions pantomime starting in a few days.

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Hopes he is well and receiving mail regularly. Catches up with family news concerning baby son. Mentions getting photographs and writes of activities and catches up with news of friends and acquaintances. Writes about parcels sent and asks him to let…

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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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Sending him his caterpillar badge.

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Glad to hear that her husband's life was saved by one of Irvin's parachutes and welcomed him to Caterpillar Club. Regrets that was not possible to let her have badge until after the war.

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Had learned that her husband was missing. Informs her that information regarding allowances should be sought from the Air Ministry. he should let the benevolent fund know if she required any temporary assistance.

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Writes that they were glad to hear that her husband was safe and a prisoner of war. Notes that other crew members were also prisoners. Congratulates her on behalf of husband who received his commission 13 September 1943.

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Informs her that her husband was missing as a result of air operations to Mannheim on night 23/24 September 1943.

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Informs her that no news had been received concerning her husband.
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