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Casualty confirmation letter to Robert Stott's wife, confirming his death and giving the place of burial.

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Covering letter and photograph of Andrew's temporary cross. Letter informs Isabel that the temporary cross will be replaced a permanent stone by the Imperial War Graves Commission in due course. Envelope included.

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Reporting that Andrew Bain had been re-buried in British Military Cemetery Berlin (Heerstrasse), Grave 13, Row K, Plot 4.

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Gives location of Andrew's grave in the Garrison Cemetery, Doberitz, near Berlin.

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Referring to her letter of 12 December 1947, and stating that the aircraft of her late husband, Sergeant Tom Wharmby, was shot down at Nunspeet near Doornspijk on 13 May 1943. The Graves Service is intending to photography the graves of all service…

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Detailing where her late husband, Sergeant Tom Wharmby and his four crew members are buried in Harderwijk Cemetery.

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Covers a report from the Royal Air Force Missing Research and Enquiry Service in Germany. Describes crash of her husbands aircraft which came down 20 miles south of Hamburg. Bodies of some crew were recovered but apart from Flt Sgt Green none were…

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Covers a report from the Royal Air Force Missing Research and Enquiry Service in Germany. Describe crash of her husbands aircraft which came down 20 miles south of Hamburg. Bodies of some crew were recovered but apart from Flt Sgt Green none were…

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To Henry Simpson's father enclosing photograph of grave of Sergeant Henry Evan Wade Simpson DFM.

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From Air Ministry casualty branch reporting that the Royal Air Force Missing Research and Inquiry Service in Holland had located husband's grave in Venlo. Goes on to describe graves of aircrew recovered from same crash. Mentions some facts about…

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The letter states that Ivy's husband has lost his life at Weiswampach in Luxembourg

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A compliments slip enclosed with photographs of the cross marking the grave of George Stone, her husband.
Also two newspaper cuttings, the first referring to the loss of George, the second refers to his promotion to Pilot Officer.

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The letter refers to her husband being buried at Daleiden. In time his body will be reinterred at Rheinberg Military Cemetery.

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The letter advises Doreen that her husband's grave has been located in Eindhoven.

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The first letter advises Doreen that her husband has officially lost his life.
The second letter advises the location of her husband's grave.

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Informs him that a further report from the Red Cross confirms that his son lost his life on 13 June 1944 and was buried in the municipal cemetery Epe. The exact location of Epe was still under investigation. In order to close his son's estate he was…

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The letter advises Albert's father that his son is buried in Dusseldorf.

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The letter advises that Albert has been reinterred at a British Military Cemetery at Cleve.

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From under secretary of state for air to Mr A Adder forwarding photographs of cross marking grave of 175073 Pilot Officer Mervyn Adder.

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The letter advises George's parents on the location of his permanent resting place and the two intermediate graves.

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The letter includes a photograph of his son's grave and explains that the errors on the cross will be corrected when the permanent headstone is installed.

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The letter advises that the grave of Charles has been found and he has been reinterred in the British Military Cemetery at Hamburg.

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The note accompanies a photograph of the grave of Robert Frazer.

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Informs him that information from German records states that the aircraft in which his son was flying was shot down at Dongeren (Gelderland) and that the crew were buried in Epe near Zwolle.
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