Official: Prime Minister: Private Office: Correspondence Su-W.

Reference code: CHAR 20/99A-C

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CHAR 20/99A/1 Note marked "Duchess of Sutherland" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99A/2 Note [from the Duchess of Sutherland] stating that Janet and the suitcases were immobilised, that they hear nothing from France and that they have written to Mrs Churchill Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99A/3-5 Letter from Millicent Sutherland (333 East 68th Street, New York, United States] to CSC stating that she left France for the United States with only a few of hr possessions and that she has lost all communications with France and does not know what has happened to her belongings, that she became ill on her arrival in the United States which resulted in a large hospital bill, that she is Lady Carnegie is her patroness and that she would like to repay her the money she owes by using her savings in Drumonds Bank, 49 Charing Cross Road, London, and is asking her if WSC would authorise for this money to be sent over to the United States Signed manuscript. 05 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99A/6 Letter from Millicent Sutherland (333 East 68th Street, New York, United States) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] stating that since WSC will not pay for her loan in dollars then she would like to return to England to escape from the humiliation Signed Manuscript. 10 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99A/7 Letter from CSC to John Martin (Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary) enclosing a letter from Millicent Sutherland [see CHAR 20/99A/3-5] and asking him if there is anything that they can do for her, adding that she does not think that it can be good for Anglo-American relations Initialled. 06 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/8 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to CSC marked "Private" stating that: to pay for the war purchases, Britain has sold every investment outside the sterling area and fining anyone who concealed their investments, that although he sympathises with Lady Millicent Sutherland [see CHAR 20/99A/3-5] he cannot approve remittances to any private individual and that she has weakened her case by returning to the United States soon after she was brought back to England, that the only solution is that she is brouht back to England but that she will not be given any facilities to leave and that the debt to Lady Carnegie would remain unsettled until after the war Initialled. Annotated that he wishes that he could suggest a better solution, but that they have been over this ground many times before. 07 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/9 Draft letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to CSC of CHAR 20/99A/8 Initials in typescript. Annotated. 07 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/10 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Priciple Private Secretary] to CSC informing her that he has had a letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland which indicates that she would welcome a return to England Initialled manuscript. 09 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/11 Telegram from Lady Millicent Sutherland to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] asking him to send a small amount of money from Drummonds Bank (479). 10 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/12 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Secretary] to Grace Hamblin [CSC's Personal Secretary] asking her to return the papers so that he can make enquiries about this Initialled. 12 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/13 Note to John Martin [Prime Ministers Principal Private Secretary] informing him that CSC still has the papers Manuscript. 12 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/14 Letter from CSC to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that his minute arrived just before she was going to send the enclosed letter [not present] and is asking him if he would still like the letter to be sent Initials in typescript. 12 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/15 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to N Tucker (Treasury) informing him that he and CSC have recieved various "pathetic" letters from Lady Millicent Sutherland and that she has recently stated that there is now a new decision on allowing money to be sent abroad and is asking if he is aware of this new ruling Initialled. 13 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/16 Letter from N Tucker (Treasury Chambers, Great George Street, S W 1, London) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] informing him that according to the exchange control people there has been no new ruling on this matter and that they warned Lady Millicent Sutherland of this situation before she left for the United States and therefore feel that there are no grounds for reconsideration Signed. 16 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/17 Letter from T Ashley Sparks (British Ministry of War Transport, 25 Broadway, New York, United States, Representative in the United States) to Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 E, 68th Street, New York, United States) informing her that it is not possible to remove her from priority A and that it will be many months before her name reaches the departure list Signature in typescript. 16 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/18 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to CSC stating that in view of the letter sent by the Treasury, she may wish to send the letter which she has already drafted and asking her to send his note Initialled. Annotated. 17 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/19 Final draft of CHAR 20/99A/9. 17 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/20 Letter from CSC to Lady Millicent Sutherland sympathising with her predicament and informing her that she sent her letter to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secratary] and enclosing his reply [see CHAR 20/99A/19] and stating that she should not worry about Mrs Carnegie as she will be able to repay her after the war Signature in typescript. 20 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/21-22 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 E 68th Street, New York City, United States) to WSC informing him of her desperate situation in the United States and the reason's for her first going there [see CHAR 20/99A/3-5] and asking him to either arrange for her to obtain a passage to England in the Summer or to send her an allowance of one hundred pounds a month Signed. Annotated. 21 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99A/23-24 Letter from Louise Carnegie (2 E Ninety First Street, New York, United States) to Mrs Hoare stating thatshe had advised Lady Millicent Sutherland not to return to the United States as the conditions had grown worse and informing her: that since her return she hs been very ill and that she is living in basic conditions in a small flat; that the United States Treasury will no longer allow her to provide for her in the way that she used to and that she believes that Lady Sutherland's health is suffering from this and suggesting that her family may be able to persuade the British Treasury to allow her to bring a small part of her income to the United States and that she has been told that her chances are very slim of obtaining a passage to Britain before the summer Signature in typescript. Copy. 11 May 1943
CHAR 20/99A/25 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 East 68th Street, New York, United States] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that she has received a letter from CSC and that she fears that she will never see England again Signed manuscript. 15 May 1943
CHAR 20/99A/26 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland to John Martin [333 East 68th Street, New York, United States] to WSC informing him why she had to return to the United States and fearing that she will be dead before she obtains a passage to England Signed. Annotated. 18 May 1943
CHAR 20/99A/27-28 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] informing him of Lady Millicent Sutherland's plight [see CHAR 20/99A/3-5] and stating: that the Treasury has allowed her to withdraw reasonable amounts until she is able to return to a sterling area; that she was advised not to return to the United States and that the Treasury have already approved the repayment of one of the loans, but that no more could be done and is asking if he could contact the Embassy or the Ministry of War Transport to see if a passage can be obtained for her and suggesting that she may be removed to a sterling area which is nearer than Britain, such as the West Indies Initialled. 18 May 1943
CHAR 20/99A/29 Telegram from Dorothy to Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 East 68 Street,[New York, United States]) stating that she should talk to WSC today before he leaves (104). 19 May 1943
CHAR 20/99A/30 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that she knows that one word from WSC may change her fortunes and allow her to return to Britain in the summer and adding thatif she has to remain in New York for another winter she did not believe that she would survive it Signed manuscript. 23 May 1943
CHAR 20/99A/31 Note from Leslie Rowan (The White House, Washington, United States) [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] regarding Lady Millicent Sutherland stating that he has taken up her case with the Embassy and that they have been in touch with Sir Orme Sargent at the Foreign Office and that WSC has not been informed about this matter but that he has made it clear that WSC would wish to help her Initials in typescript. 25 May 1943
CHAR 20/99A/32 Letter from Leslie Rowan to Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 East 68th Street, New York, United States) acknowledging receipt of her letters to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] and to WSC and informing that Mr Martin has just got married and that he is dealing with this matter in his place, but that as yet he has nothing definite to report to her Initialled. 25 May 1943
CHAR 20/99A/33 Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Privayte Secretary] to Miss Randall informing her that he has sent a letter to Lady Millicent Sutherland [see CHAR 20/99A/32] and stating that he has heard that some individuals have been able to secure a passage to Lisbon, fairly quickly, by booking privately on Portuguese lines adding that Lady Sutherland would need a lot of assistance if this were to be achieved and that any assistance from the Embassy or the Ministry of War would be much appreciated Initialled. Annotated. 25 May 1943
CHAR 20/99A/34-36 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 East 68th Street, New York, United States) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that she has been given a permit to travel and is asking him if WSC could arrange for her and her companion and her dog to travel together Signature in typescript. Copy. 24 Jun 1943
CHAR 20/99A/37 Original of CHAR 20/99A/34-36 Signed manuscript. 24 Jun 1943
CHAR 20/99A/38 Letter from the British Embassy, Washington, United States to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] enclosing a letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland and informing him that they have discussed the matter with Sir Orme Sargent [Foreign Office] and stating that Lady Sutherland is worried that her dog will not be able to travel by air from Lisbon to England and that therefore she will have to travel directly to England on a British ship which may mean having to wait for a passage Signed. Annotated. 29 Jun 1943
CHAR 20/99A/39 Letter from General Sir Hastings Ismay (Office of the Minister of Defence) [Chief of Staff to the Minister of Defence] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] marked "Secret" stating that he believed that WSC would like to be informed of the private telegram from General Sir Bernard Montgomery [General Officer Commanding the Eighth Army] to Lord Trenchard [Marshal of the RAF] Signed. 19 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99A/40 Letter from the Duke of Sutherland (Sutton Place, Guildford, Surrey) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] enclosing a letter from Mrs Carnegie [see CHAR 20/99A/22-23] and asking if his mother Lady Millicent Sutherland may not be allowed to recieve one hundred pounds a month, which was previously authorised on doctor's orders and which she did not accept Signed. Annotated. 06 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99A/41 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to the Duke of Sutherland thanking him for his recent letter and informing him that he is looking into the question of sterling remittances Initialled. 08 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99A/42 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Norman Tucker [Treasury] enclosing a copy of CHAR 20/99A/40 and informing him that the remittance of one hundred pounds was approved in 1941, but that he was not aware that she had turned this down and stating that the current situation is that Lady Sutherland is trying to obtain a passag to Britain with her companion but that this does not look as though it will be possible for some time Initialled. 08 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99A/43 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to V Lawford (Foreign Office) informing him of Lady Millicent Sutherland's desire for a passage to Britain from the United States and is asking him how the situation now stands Initalled. 08 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99A/44 Letter from the Duke of Sutherland (Sutton Place, Guildford, Surrey) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] enclosing a recent telegram from Mrs Carnegie [see CHAR 20/99A/45] Signed. 12 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99A/45 Telegram from Louise Carnegie to the Duke of Sutherland (Sutton Place, Guildford, Surrey) stating that his mother, Lady Millicent Sutherland is very unhappy and should not stay another winter in New York and is asking him if he could contact the the Foreign Office or WSC to see if he could obtain a special priority for her Copy. [1943]
CHAR 20/99A/46 Telegram from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to the Private Office asking for the recent letters referring to Lady Millicent Sutherland return to Britain to be sent to him Annotated (168). 16 Aug 1943
CHAR 20/99A/47 Note from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that the Duke of Sutherland has asked to see him for a few minutes and is suggesting a time for this meeting Initialled. Annotated. 15 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99A/48 Newspaper extract from The Times stating that the Duchess of Sutherland died on the previous morning Annotated that she is the daughter in law of Lady Millicent Sutherland. 25 Aug 1943
CHAR 20/99A/49 Note outlining the history of Lady Millicent Sutherland's case Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99A/50 Telegram from Lady Millicent Sutherland (60 East 67 Street, New York, United States) to WSC asking his Private Secretary to send her a stamped pape allowing herself, her companion and her dog to return by air. 09 Feb 1942
CHAR 20/99A/51 Telegram from Lady Millicent Sutherland to WSC stating that "a little line with your signature carries such weight" (304). 13 Feb 1942
CHAR 20/99A/52 Note stating that the only air service which Lady Millicent Sutherland could use is Pan American Airways, adding that this is a remote chance and that they do not have any control over this airline. c 1942
CHAR 20/99A/53 Draft Telegram from WSC to Lady Millicent Sutherland (60 East 67 Street, New York, United States) stating that he cannot help her and suggesting that she contact Pan American airwys Signature in typescript. Annotated. c 1942
CHAR 20/99A/54 Note from Leslie Rowan to Kathleen Hill stating that he does not think that WSC needs to see this but that CSC might like to and followed by a note from Elizabeth Layton to Grace Hamblin stating that CSC might write to the United States Embassy on Lady Millicent Sutherland's behalf Initialled. 14 Feb 1942
CHAR 20/99A/55 Note from G H to Miss Layton stating that CSC does not want to take any action Initials in typescript. 17 Feb 1942
CHAR 20/99A/56 Telegram from Lady Millicent Sutherland to WSC asking him to send her a British Certificate (8623). 1942
CHAR 20/99A/57 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to the Duke of Sutherland enclosing a telegram from his mother, Lady Millicent Sutherland, to WSC and stating that it is difficult to know how WSC can help but that he may contact the British Embassy in Washington [United States] and ask them to visit her and discuss suitable arrangements Initialled. 19 Mar 1942
CHAR 20/99A/58 Letter from the Duke of Sutherland (Sutton Place, Guildford, Surrey) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] stating that he thinks that it would be a good idea if someone from the British Embassy in Washington [United States] was to visit his mother, Lady Millicent Sutherland and that he is suprised that she thinks that she can bring her dog over to England without the usual period of quarantine Signed. 22 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99A/59 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Sir Anthony Rumbold [2nd Secretary, British Embassy in Washington, United States] enclosing copies of telegrams from Lady Millicent Sutherland to WSC and asking him if it would be possible to arrange for someone to visit Lady Sutherland to see if any arrangements can be made for her return to England, adding that it should be explained to her that she cannot forego the usual quarantine regulations for her dog Initialled. 24 Mar 1942
CHAR 20/99A/60 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to WSC briefing him on the current situation of Lady Millicent Sutherland, for his meeting with the Duke of Sutherland and of the Duke's desire to recommend his local doctor in Sutherland for a C B E, but that it would be out of scale to consider him for anything higher than a O B E Initialled. 01 May 1942
CHAR 20/99A/62 Letter from Drummonds Bank (Royal Bank of Scotland, 49 Charing Cross, London, S W 1) to Lady Millicent Sutherland (435 Lansdowne Avenue, Westmount, Montreal, Canada) informing her that everything possible is being done to obtain permission to settle her debts with Professor Murray Butler, adding that her personal difficulties will be ended when she returns to Scotland Copy. 02 Jun 1942
CHAR 20/99A/63-64 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland (C/O The Bank of Montreal, St Catherine and Drummonds Street Branch, Montreal, Canada) to Commander Charles Thompson [Personal Secretary to the Minister of Defence] informing him that she had to leave France when the Germans invaded and flee to the United States with a few of her possessions, that when she arrived she fell sick and was assisted by Professor Murray Butler who lent her the sum of one thousand pounds and is asking if this sum can be transferred from her bank account to his Signed manuscript. 20 Jun 1942
CHAR 20/99A/65 Letter from Commander Charles Thompson [Personal Secretary to the Minister of Defence] to Lady Millicent Sutherland (C/O The Bank of Montreal, St Catherine and Drummond's Street Branch, Montreal, Canada) informing her that as he is not familiar with the regulations regarding the transfer of sterling out of a sterling area, he is passing on her letter to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary]. 23 Jun 1942
CHAR 20/99A/66 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Miss R Culhane (Treasury) enclosing copies of CHAR 20/99A/63-64 and CHAR 20/99A/65 and is asking if there is anything more he can say Initialled. 04 Jul 1942
CHAR 20/99A/67 Letter from John Martin [Prme Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Miss R Culhane (Treasury) asking her if it is possible to reply to his recent letter [see CHAR 20/99A/66]. 28 Jul 1942
CHAR 20/99A/68 Letter from Miss R Culhane (Treasury Chambers, Great George Street, S W 1, London) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him that the treasury is prepared to allow for the transfer of one thousand two hundred pounds to Professor Murray Butler from Lady Millicent Sutherland's account, but that this is a special case and that they do not expect this to be repeated Signed. Annotated by Martin that he has informed the Deputy Manager of Lady Millicent's bank. 29 Jul 1942
CHAR 20/99A/69 Telegram from the Duke of Sutherland to WSC informing him that his mother Lady Millicent Sutherland will soon be arriving in England but that shewants to return to the United States as her companion, dog and luggage have not been allowed to join her. 23 Sep 1942
CHAR 20/99A/70 Note from K H [Kathleen Hill, WSC's secretary] to CSC stating that she does not think that she should show WSC the telegram from the Duke of Sutherland [see CHAR 20/99A/69] Annotated by CSC: "Quite right" and initialled. 23 Sep 1942
CHAR 20/99A/71 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland (Savoy Hotel, London) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] asking him if she can see him, on his own, not with "your boss or his lady" to talk to him on an urgent matter Signed manuscript. Annotated that this letter does not mean that she is not devoted to WSC and CSC "at the right time!" [Signed manuscript. 06 Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/72 Letter from the Bank of England, Foreign Exchange control (London E C 2) to the Manager of Drummonds Bank (Royal Bank ofScotland, 49 Charing Cross, S W 1, London) stating that the Bank of England are not prepared to unblock the accounts of Lady Millicent Sutherland which are blocked under regulation 3C (2A) under the Defence (Finance Regulations 1939) but that they will approve the application to repay the loan to Professor Murray Butler but that this will not be granted again Copy. Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/73 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Lady Millicent Sutherland returning the letter which she handed him [see CHAR 20/99A/72] and informing her that he has asked the Treasury to look in to the situation to see if anything can be done Initialled. 08 Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/75 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary to Group Captain Sir Louis L Greig [Personal Air Secretary] enclosing a copy of a letter he received from the Treasury regarding Lady Millicent Sutherland's position and remarking on the harshness of the attitude they take towards this, adding that WSC will not ask for her to be given any treatment which would not be given to anybody else and is asking him if he is discussing this matter with the Secretary of State that he mentions this development Initialled. 08 Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/76 Note [from the Treasury] stating: that when Lady Millicent Sutherland left France she travelled to the United States via Lisbon and therefore did not sign a currency declaration; that she has been allowed to draw some money until time has passed in which she could have returned toa sterling area; that she has been treated very well; that she has accumulated a couple of debts, one of which she has just recieved permission to settle; that now she has returned to a sterling area she should not be allowed to draw funds from this country to pay for herself abroad; that she should sign a currency declaration which only allows her to take abroad £10 Copy. 08 Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/77 Letter from R Culham (Treasury Chambers, Great George Street, S W 1, London) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] enclosing a note from the Treasury on the position of Lady Millicent Sutherland [see CHAR 20/99A/78] Signed. 08 Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/78 Original copy of CHAR 20/99A/76. 08 Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/79 Letter from Group Captain Sir Louis Greig (Air Ministry, Whitehall, S W 1, London) [Personal Air Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him that the Secretary of State does not want Lady Millicent Sutherland to have any special treatment from the Treasury and that her exit permit has been obtained on the grounds that all her belongings are there and that there is some kind of war work that she can go back to Signed. 09 Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/80 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Secretary] to CSC stating that he had better inform Lady Millicent Sutherland of the Treasury's attitude adding that there seemed little point in contesting it Initialled manuscript. 15 Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/81 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Lady Millicent Sutherland informing her that she is only allowed to remove £10 in sterling from this country and that she will not be entitled to receive any remittances Initialled. 18 Oct 1942
CHAR 20/99A/82-85 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 East, 68th Street, New York City, United States) asking him to persuade the Treasury to permit the repayment of a loan to Mrs Carnegie Copy. 11 Nov 1942
CHAR 20/99A/86-88 Original copy of CHAR 20/99A/82-85 Signed manuscript. 11 Nov 1942
CHAR 20/99A/89 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 East, 68th Street, New York, United States) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him of her present situation and of her journey to the United states and claiming that money has been removed from her account by the Trading with the Enemy Department and that she only recieved £10 in Canadian Dollars and not £20 Signed manuscript. 10 Nov 1942
CHAR 20/99A/90 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to CSC suggesting that she may like to see this pathetic letter adding that he must try and send her a cheerful reply Initialled. Annotated by CSC stating that she has also received a letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland and believes that she is glad to be back in New York, United States. 24 Nov 1942
CHAR 20/99A/91 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Miss R Culhane (Treasury) stating that he has been sent some papers by Lady Millicent Sutherland relating to a charge by the Trading with the Enemy Department from her bank account and that she has also sent a telegram asking for permission to repay her debt to Mrs Carnegie [see CHAR 20/99A/92] Initialled. 26 Nov 1942
CHAR 20/99A/92 Telegram from Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 East, 68th Street, New York, United States) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] asking for permission to repay her loan from Mrs Carnegie. 26 Nov 1942
CHAR 20/99A/93 Letter from Miss R Culhane (Treasury Chambers, Great George Street, S W 1, London) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him that the Treasury have looked into the charge made on Lady Millicent Sutherlands bank account and have discovered that it was legally due and stating that they must not allow permission for herloans to be repayed, adding that British people of a certain social standing can always find an American patron Signed. 04 Dec 1942
CHAR 20/99A/94 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland (333 East, 68th Street, New York, United States] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him of Mrs Carnegie's bank details and asking him to arrange for the transfer of $6000 from her account to his Signed manuscript. 05 Dec 1942
CHAR 20/99A/95 Note from CSC to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that she has had a letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland sending her £100 for a charity of her choice, and adding that she is unsure whether to accept it and informing him that she believes that Lady Sutherland has also written to WSC and is asking him to let her know what her request is to WSC Initialled. 09 Dec 1942
CHAR 20/99A/96-97 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to CSC informing her that the letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland to WSC was asking him to obtain permission for her to repay her loan to Mrs Carnegie, adding that permission has already been granted to permit Lady Sutherland the repayment of one loan and that it was stated at the time that this would not be given again and claiming that he did not think that they could do anything more and that he did not think that there would be a problem with the gift of £100 which could be redeemed from her bank account in London Initialled. 10 Dec 1942
CHAR 20/99A/98 Note indicating the address at which Lady Millicent Sutherland could be contacted in Canada Manuscript. c 1942
CHAR 20/99A/99 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary to Lady Millicent Sutherland informing her that WSC received her letter regarding the repayment of her loan and stating that nothing can be done and adding that the charges made on her were looked into by the Treasury and it was discovered that they are legally due Initialled. 16 Dec 1942
CHAR 20/99A/100 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Miss R Culhane (Treasury) informing her that Lady Millicent Sutherland has requested that permission be granted for a transfer of $6000 from her account to Mrs Carnegie's account and stating that he realises that this cannpot be allowed but is asking for the correct form of reply Initialled. 06 Jan 1942
CHAR 20/99B/101 Note fron John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] suggesting that he reply and explain that he is away and enclose a copy of a letter which was sent to New York Initialled manuscript. 12 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/102 Letter from R Culhane (Treasury Chambers, Great George Street, S W 1, London) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] suggesting that he should reply to Lady Millicent Sutherland by stating that the Treasury are not prepared to grant the necessary permission for the transfer of the sum of $6000 from her account to that of Mrs Carnegie Signed. 13 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/103 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Lady Millicent Sutherland informing her that the Treasury are not prepared to grant the necessary permission for the transfer of the sum of $6000 from her account to that of Mrs Carnegie Initialled. 14 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/104 Copy of a letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to the [5th] Duke of Sutherland enclosing a letter from Orme Sargent of the Foreign Office which explains the position regarding a return passage for his mother Lady Millicent Sutherland. He also discusses Lady Millicent's financial position and her signed declaration about not needing maintenance funds from Great Britain, although the Consul General in New York will ensure that she is not deprived of money to live on. He ends by confirming that the Prime Minister [WSC] cannot do more to help. 26 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/105-106 Letter from Lady Millicent Sutherland (The Savoy Hotel, London) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] complaining about his letter to her son [CHAR 20/99B/104], informing him of the details of her escape from France and her stay in the United States, and commenting on the cruelty of Great Britain. 01 Feb 1944
CHAR 20/99B/107 Note marked "SWINTON" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99B/108 Telegram from WSC to Lord Swinton [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe-Lister Swinton, Minister Resident in West Africa] permitting him to carry out the proposed tours and stating that he is pleased that his worries about Philip [his son] are relieved T717. 13 Sep 1943
CHAR 20/99B/109 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to WSC stating that the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Colonel Oliver Stanley has requested that WSC is informed that Lord Swinton's [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe Lister, Minister Resident in West Africa] son [John Yarburgh] has died from wounds received in action Initialled manuscript. 28 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99B/110 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Miss Malleson (Colonial Office) asking her to alter a message from WSC to Lord Swinton [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Phillip Cunliffe-Lister, Minister Resident in West Africa] Initialled. 13 Sep 1943
CHAR 20/99B/111 Telegram from WSC to Lord Swinton [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe-Lister Swinton, Minister resident in West Africa] marked "Private and Personal" of condolence at the death of his son Initialled (Not registered). 29 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99B/112 Letter from C Thornley (Colonial Office, Downing Street, S W 1, London) [Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] marked "Most Secret" enclosing a copy of a telegram indicating Lord Swinton's [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe Lister, Minister resident in West Africa] plans for the period during his stay in Britain Signed. Annotated. 17 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/113 Telegram from Lord Swinton [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe-Lister, Minister resident in West Africa] to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Colonel Oliver Stanley stating: that he believes that a meeting will be necessary, soon after his arrival, to discuss the matter of the United States representative in West Africa; that as well as talking to him he would like to discuss matters with other ministers and would like his views on this and asking him to arrange meetings with these ministers and informing him that he will be pleased to give press conference in whatever vein he and the Ministry of Information beleieves. 13 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/114 Note from Anthony Bevir [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] that Lord Swinton [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe Lister, Minister resident in West Africa] is expected on either the 21st or 22nd of July Signed. Annotated. 18 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/115 Note fron John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that Lord Swinton's [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe Lister, Minister Resident in West Africa] son, Squadron Leader Cunliffe Lister, has been reported missing and reminiding him that his other son was killed a few months ago, adding that Lady Swinton will not be sending a message to Lord Swinton about this until he returns Initialled. Annotated. 19 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/116 Note from Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that he believes that this has been dropped due to the loss of Lord Philip Cunliffe-Lister's [Minister's resident in West Africa] son and that it should be recieved as soon as there had been a reasonable pause Initialled. Annotated. 21 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/117 Letter from K H [Kathleen Hill, WSC's Secretary] to Commander Charles Thompson [Personnel Secretary to the Minister of Defence] informing him that WSC has been asked what his wishes were about inviting Lord and Lady Swinton [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe Lister, Minister resident in West Africa] and that he wanted to know whether such an invitation at this time would be acceptable and that he would like them to visit and is asking him if he would like to have a talk with WSC Initialled. Annotated that Lord Swinton has a sceptic throat and is unable to accept any invitations. 22 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/118 Letter from WSC to Lord Swinton [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe-Lister, Minister Resident in West Africa] stating how pleased he is that he and his wife are visiting them for dinner tomorrow night and expressing his sympthy at the news that his son has gone missing Signed. 01 Aug 1943
CHAR 20/99B/119 Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to F H Sandford (Offices of the War Cabinet) asking him to give the enclosed envelope to Lord Swinton [earlier Philip Lloyd Greame and Philip Cunliffe-Lister, Minister Resident in West Africa] Initialled. 02 Aug 1943
CHAR 20/99B/120 Note marked "T" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99B/121 Note from C P to WSC informing him that a signal has been received from Air Chief Marshal A C Tedder informing them that his wife was killed in a flying accident in the Middle East todat whilst returning from a visit to Benghasi hospital Initialled. 04 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/122 Draft message from WSC to Air Chief Marshal A C Tedder of condolence |Manuscript. Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/123 Telegram from WSC to Air Chief Marshal A C Tedder of condolence (T29/3). 04 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/124 Telegram from Air Chief Marshal A C Tedder to WSC thanking him for his message (T 36/3). 05 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/125 Note marked "[4th] Lord Templemore [earlier Arthur Chichester, Captain of the Yeoman of the Guard]". Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99B/126-127 Note from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] stating: that [4th] Lord Templemore [earlier Arthur Chichester], Captain of the Yeoman of the Guard and Chief Whip in the House of Lords has questioned the propriety of Lord Cranbourne's continuation as half commission man to a firm of stockbrokers; that this matter has been passed on to the Prime Minister; that there is no definite guideline laid down for this situation; that he has spoken to the Chief Whip, who stated that there is no legal necessity for ministers to discontinue their connection with financial firms and that it must be left to their own conscience Initialled. 26 Aug 1943
CHAR 20/99B/128 Note from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] hoping that he agrees with this and informing him that he took on the problem claiming that it was a matter for the Prime Minister to solve and stating that Mieville agreed that there could be no objection Initialled manuscript. Annotated by Martin stating that he agrees. 24 Sep 1943
CHAR 20/99B/129 Letter from (65 Margravine Gardens, London, W 6) to Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] informing him that Jeannette Joyce Lena Thompson has passed her medical for the Wrens and that she wishes to be called up for action at Felixtowe Manuscript. Annotated. c 1943
CHAR 20/99B/130 Letter from Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to C G Jarrett (Admiralty) [Principal Private Secretary] stating that WSC's Senior detective Inspector Thompson has just lost his son who was a Flight Commander in the RAF and is asking him if anything can be done for his recently widowed daughter in law who has passed her medical for the WRNS and is wanting to be posted as an operational Wren to Felixstowe, which was where her father dealt with wren training before being moved Initialled. 04 May 1943
CHAR 20/99B/131 Letter from C Wallworth (Admiralty) [Additional Private Secretary] informing him that Mrs Thompson will be reporting to the W R N S training depot on the 19th May and that she will be drafted to Felixtowe at the end of her training Signed. 10 May 1943
CHAR 20/99B/132 Letter from Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Inspector Thompson [Prime Minister's Principal Detective] informing him that he has contacted the Admiralty regarding his daughter in law's wishes and that she is to report to the training depot on the 19th May and that she will be drafted to Felixtowe at the end of her training Initialled. 11 May 1943
CHAR 20/99B/133 Letter from Inspector Thompson (The White House, Washington, United States) [Prime Minister's Senior Detective] to Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] thanking himm for all his help Signed manuscript. Annotated. 19 May 1943
CHAR 20/99B/134 Note from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] informing him that WSC has sent a letter to Lord Trenchard [Marshal of the RAF] Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99B/135 Telegram from General Sir Bernard Montgomery [General Officer Commanding the Eighth Army] to Lord Trenchard [Marshal of the RAF] informing him that his son Hugh, was badly wounded in action and that he is missing. 18 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99B/136 Letter from Lord Trenchard (Kingston House South, Ennismore Gardens, London S W 7) [Marshal of the RAF] to WSC on the twenty fifth anniversary of the RAF and stating that he believes that it would have died in its infancy if it had not been for him Signed. Annotated. Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99B/137 Letter from WSC to Lord Trenchard [Marshal of the RAF] thanking him for his recent letter and exclaiming his sorrow at having heard that his son Hugh, is wounded and missing Signed. 23 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99B/138 Newspaper extract from The Times on 6th April reporting that Lord Trenchard's [Marshal of the RAF] son Lieutenant Hugh Trenchard of the Grenadier Guards has been killed in action Annotated by Rowan asking WSC if he would like to send anything further to Trenchard. 06 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99B/139 Note marked "Lord Tollemache, Battle of Britain" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99B/140-141 Letter from Lord Tollemache (Clover Cottage, Southcliffe, Eastbourne, Sussex) to WSC stating that it is clear that the battle in the Atlantic is not going well and that there needs to be a change of tactics, and enclosing a paper on a change in submarine warfare and is asking his permission to publish this [see CHAR 20/99B/142-155] Signed manuscript. 01 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/142-155 Paper by Lord Tollemache entitled "The Battle of the Atlantic, how to lose it and a possible way of winning it" stating: that the reasons that the battle at sea is being lost is due to the fact that those with vested interests are persuading the government to retain old fashioned vessels and that the use of the convoy system is wrong as it needs to use slow noisy ships; that submarines are too slow to be of any use; that Britain needs faster ships with noiseless, vibrationless engines; that the size of the Atlantic reduces the value of the submarine; that these ships must have a mulitgun fighter plane; that convoys are easily detected; that Mr Scott Paine has designed a ship which meets these specifications and that his skills should be drawn upon, that these ships should be launched in pairs and not convoy's; that the proceedure for loading ships is tightened up and enclosing pictures of these new vessels Signed. 1942
CHAR 20/99B/156 Letter from Lord Tollemache (Clover Cottage, Southcliffe, Eastbourne, Sussex) to John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] asking him to give the enclosed to WSC and is asking him to inform him of its safe arrival Signed manuscript. 01 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/157 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Lord Tollemache acknowledging receipt of his letter Initialled. 06 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/158 Advertisement from The Aeroplane for The Walton Yacht Works Limited, feacturing a drawing of a ship and annotated by Lord Tollemache stating that this is what theybwant in miniature [sent with CHAR 20/99B/142-155] Initialled. 25 Dec 1942
CHAR 20/99B/159 Advertisement from Flight for the British Power Boat Compnay Ltd. feacturing a drawing of a ship and annotated by Lord Tollemache stating that it gives a good impression of the width of the boat riding over the water Initialled. 17 Dec 1943
CHAR 20/99B/160 Folder marked "W" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99B/161 Folder marked "Papers about F M Wavell's departure, Speeches at farewell Dinner etc" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99B/162 Letter from F Turnbull (India Office, S W 1, London) [Private Secretary] to Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] asking him on Lord Wavell's behalf, [Viceroy of India] if the speeches at the government dinner for Lord and Lady Wavell are to be published, adding that Lord Wavell thinks that this would be a good idea, and that if WSC approves, arrangements could be made to have these speeches reported and stating that it would be useful for Lord Wavell to have some indication of the line that WSC is intending to take in his speech Signed. 27 Sep 1943
CHAR 20/99B/163 Note [from WSC] stating the should be given to the press, and that he cannot forecast the line that he will take. Sep 1943
CHAR 20/99B/164 Note from Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to John Martin, John Peck and Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretaries] enclosing CHAR 20/99B/163, and asking them that if they get any indication on the line that WSC will take in his speech to let F Turnbull [Private Secretary, India Office] know as Field Marshal Sir Archibald Wavell [Viceroy of India] would like to know before drafting his own speech Initialled. 30 Sep 1943
CHAR 20/99B/165 Letter from W Armstrong (Offices of the War Cabinet, Great George Street, S W 1, London) to Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] enclosing a circular note sent to all Private Secretaries of the Cabinet Ministers [see CHAR 20/99B/166] and stating that he is also arranging for the Chiefs of Staff and Buckingham Palace to be notified Initialled. 03 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/166 Circular letter from W Armstrong (Offices of the War Cabinet, Great George Street, S W 1, London) to Private Secretaries of Cabinet Minister's marked "Secret" informing them that Field Marshal Lord Wavell [Viceroy of India] and his wife are leaving Britain on the 11th October and that if their Minister would like to be present for his departure at a private platform at Airway's House, Buckingham Palace Road, then they were to apply to the India Office for tickets Signature in typescript. 03 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/167 Note from Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC informing him of the details of the departure of Lord and Lady Wavell [Viceroy of India] and is asking him if he would prefer Commander Charles Thompson [Personal Secretary to the Minister of Defence] or [George] Harvie Watt [Parlimentary Private Secretary to WSC] to represent him Initialled. Annotated. 04 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/168 Note from WSC to the Private Office stating that Lord Wavell [Viceroy of India] should be told that WSC will certainly mention his military achievements but will mainly refer to the tragedy in India Initialled. Annotated. 05 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/169 Letter from Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to [George] Harvie Watt [Parliamentary Private Secretary] informing him that WSC has requeted that he represent him at a function in London on the 11th October Initialled. 05 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/170 Same as CHAR 20/99B/169 Signed. 05 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/171 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Field Marshal Sir Archibald Wavell [Viceroy of India] marked "Immediate" stating that as CSC will not be at Chequers on Friday evening WSC would like to postpone his meeting with him tonight and arrange it for Friday afternoon at 10 Downing Street and apologising for any inconvenience Initialled. 06 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/172-176 Speech by WSC at the farewell dinner in honour of Field Marshal Sir Archibald Wavell before leaving for his post as Viceroy of India, recalling the events in the war in which Wavell has played a part and commenting on the events in India, stating that he resents the lack of recognition that Britain is given for her great achievements in India. 06 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/177-181 Speech by Field Marshal Sir Archibald Wavell [Viceroy of India] at the farewell dinner in his honour before leaving to take up his new post recalling the events of the past three years in which he has worked under WSC, describing the personality of WSC and stating that although Britains goal is to see a self governing India, the steps towards this must be tentative. 06 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/182 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that having read the previous evening's speeches, Leo Amery [Secretary of State for India] has suggested that the speeches should not be published Initialled manuscript. Annotated by WSC that it is not to be published. 07 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/183 Note from A Gile (Treasury, Parliament Square House) to the Prime Minister's Private Secretary enclosing three copies of the speeches by WSC and Field Marshal Sir Archibald Wavell [Viceroy of India] at the farewell dinner at Claridges [see CHAR 20/99B/172- 181] Signed. 07 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/184-188 Same as CHAR 20/99B/172-176. 06 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/189-193 Same as CHAR 20/99B/177-181. 06 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/194 Letter from F Turnbull (India Office, Whitehall, S W, London) [Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that Leo Amery [Secretary of State for India and Burma] has suggested that the speeches at last nights dinner [see CHAR 20/99B/172-181] are not published, and that if WSC would like them to be published, that certain amendments are made and enclosing a note of the suggested changes [see CHAR 20/99B/195] Signed manuscript. Annotated that he has been informed of WSC's decision not to publish the speeches. 07 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/195-196 Letter from F Turnbull (India Office, S W , London) [Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him of the suggested amendments of Leo Amery [Secretary of State for India] explaining that he is worried about India's reaction Signed. 07 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/197 Letter from (Air Ministry, Whitehall, S W 1, London) to WSC informing him that Lord Wavell [Viceroy of India] arrived safely and on time Signed. 19 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99B/198 Letter from Josiah Wedgwood (Stoke Grange Cottage, Stone, Staffordshire) to his father Lord Josiah Clement Wedgwood informing him that he has read recently a couple of articles on the Jewish question and is asking if WSC has been approached on this matter and stating that the issue should not be of saving the Jews but of saving themselves Signed manuscript. 10 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/199 Letter from Lord Josiah Clement Wedgwood to WSC enclosing a letter from his son [see CHAR 20/99B/198]. 11 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99B/200-201 Letter from Harold Ickes (The Secretary of the Interior, Washington, United States) to Lord Josiah Clement Wedgwood (History of the Parliament Trust, 1 Queen Anne's Gate Building, Dartmouth Street, S W 1, London) enclosing a copy of his book The Autobiography of the Curmudgeon and stating that he had resolved the miners strike by talking to Lewis, but that he has made no concessions or promises to him Signature in typescript. Copy. 07 Jun 1943
CHAR 20/99B/202 Letter from Lord Josiah Clement Wedgwood to WSC stating that he is concerned abou the fraternisation of the I R A and the Roman Catholics and asking him if a fleet could put in defence of the Irish back door, adding that he presumes that the situation in South Africa has been saved by arming the natives Signed manuscript. Annotated that he died later that month. 13 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/203 Draft letter from WSC to Lord Josiah Clement Wedgwood thanking him for his recent letter which he sees as evidence of his lively interest and wishes him well. Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/204 Note from Anthony Bevir [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC stating that he presumes that he does not want to comment on Harold Ickes' [United States Secretary of the Interior] letter and that it should be returned separately Initialled. 17 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99B/205 Original of CHAR 20/99B/203 Initialled. 18 Jul 1943
CHAR 20/99C/206 Note marked "Brig. Orde Wingate" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99C/207-208 Letter from Brigadier Orde Wingate (49 Hill Street, W 1, London) [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] thanking him for allowing his wife to be with him and stating that progress is going well and that they have a good chance of success and suggesting that the Jews should have a fighting representative Signature in typescript. Copy. 11 Sep 1943
CHAR 20/99C/209 Original of CHAR 20/99C/207-208 Signed Manuscript. 11 Sep 1943
CHAR 20/99C/210 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to the War Office stating informing them that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] is in hospital with typhiod and that he will not be able to return to duty until mid December and that his deputy Symes who has commanded the 70th division will be acting for him (T7468/C). 13 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/211 Telegram from WSC to General Auchinleck [Commander in Chief India] asking him to keep him informed of Brigadier Orde Wingate's progress [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] Initialled (T1615/3). 14 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/212 Telegram from Lord Louis Mountbatten [Chief of Combined Forces] to WSC marked "Most Immediate" informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] is in hospital with enteric and that the training of his forces in the lines already laid down by him will be continued by Major General Symes [Commander of the 70th Division] Annotated. 15 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/213 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC marked "Most Secret" informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] has been placed on the seriously ill list (T1631/3). 15 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/214 Telegram from WSC to Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] stating that he is sorry to hear of his illness and asking him not to hurry his convalescence (T1644/3). 16 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/215 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief India] to WSC marked "Most secret" informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] has improved, but that he still has a fever (T1653/3). 17 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/216 Telegram from WSC to General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] marked "Personal and Most Secret" asking him to send him a medical summary of Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] (T1657/3). 17 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/217 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC detailing Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] medical report stating: that on admission to hospital Wingate believed that he was suffering from Malaria; that during his first two weeks in hospital he has had a continuous fever; that all the symptoms indicate that he has typhoid fever but that a prognosis cannot be given yet; that Wingate should recover but that it may be prolonged and informing him that in 1941 Wingate was admitted to hospital with a self inflicted wound to the throat (T1665/3). 19 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/218 Distribution slip for copies of a telegram to C I G S and Brigadier Jacob. c 1943
CHAR 20/99C/219 Same as CHAR 20/99C/216. 19 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/220 Same as CHAR 20/99C/218. c 1943
CHAR 20/99C/221 Telegram from Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] to WSC thanking him for his message and stating that he will carry out his instructions (T1661/3). 17 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/222 Telegram from WSC to General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] informing him that he has shown Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, President of the Royal College of Physicians] Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] medical report and is asking him to inform him of any developments in his illness and inquiring as to whether Wingate's wife has been notified Initialled T1675/3. 20 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/223 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that Mrs Wingate has been informed and that the last sentence of his telegram to General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India, see CHAR 20/99C/222] has been deleted before despatch Initialled. 20 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/224 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] was placed on the danger list as his temperature was too high (T1686/3). 21 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/225 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that their is a slight improvement in Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] health (T1692/3). 22 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/226 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] health appears to be improving (T1702/3). 23 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/227 Same as CHAR 20/99C/226. 23 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/228 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] tp WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition has improved (T1713/3). 24 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/229 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition was unchanged and that he has passed a good night (T17724/3). 25 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/230 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition was improving (T1713/3). 25 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/231 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition lapsed yesterday but that he is improved today T1733/3. 26 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/232 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition has improved (T1746/3). 27 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/233 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition is improving (T1752/3). 28 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/234 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition is good (T1759/3). 29 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/235 Telegram from General Sir Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition is good (T1780/3). 30 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/236 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition is improving (T1791/3). 31 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/237 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] was improving but that further progression was necessary (T1802/3). 01 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/238 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] has been removed from the DI list (T1816/3). 02 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/239 Note from Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that WSC is assuming that Brigadier Orde Wingate's wife [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] is being kept informed of her husband's progress and that he had said that the War Office is taking care of this and asking him if this is so Initialled manuscript. Annotated: "Confirmed from C I G S office. 25 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/240 Telegram from Lord Louis Mountbatten [Chief of Combined Forces] to General Sir Hastings Ismay [Chief of Staff to the Minister of Defence] marked "Immediate" asking him to inform WSC that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] is greatly improved and that he will soon be moved to the Viceregal House where he will be able to deal with a small amount of work (T1830/3). 02 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/241 Letter from L C Hollis (Office of the Minister of Defence) marked "Secret" enclosing CHAR 20/99C/241 Signed. Annotated. 02 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/242 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India) to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] is improving (T1832/3). 03 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/243 Telegram from WSC to Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] stating that he is pleased that he is better and that he should take his time convalescing (T1831/3). 03 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/244 Telegram from Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] to WSC thanking him for his message and stating that he hopes to be back at work within a couple of weeks Copy (T1890/3). 05 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/245 Same as CHAR 20/99C/244Copy (T1890/3). 05 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/246 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commmander of the Special Force, India Command] still has a slight fever, but that he is improving (T1832/3). 03 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/247 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition has improved and that he has been removed from the seriously ill list (T1856/3). 05 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/248 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief of India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commmander of the Special Force, India Command] condition is satisfactory (T1867/3). 06 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/249 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition is improving but that his temperature remains high (T1884/3). 07 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/250 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition is satisfactory and that his temperature is normal (T1892/3). 08 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/251 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] condition remains satisfactory and asking him if he agrees to weekly bulletins in future, unless there is anything serious to report (T1911/3). 09 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/252 Same as CHAR 20/99C/251 (T1911/3). 09 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/253 Telegram from WSC to General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] agreeing and thanking him for all his reports (T1924/3). 10 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/254 Telegram from General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to WSC informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] is leaving the British Military Hospital to stay at the Viceroy's house (T1925/3). 10 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/255 Same as CHAR 20/99C/251Annotated (T1911/3). 09 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/256 Same as CHAR 20/99C/253 (T1924/3). 10 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/257 Telegram from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Brockman (War Cabinet Offices) [Paymaster Captain] informing him: that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] is convalescing at the Viceroy's house; that he is not expected to return to work for another month; that he is receiving a few visitors for short periods and that he is well looked after and that he will not be returning to work until he is fully recovered. 14 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/258 Same as CHAR 20/99C/253 (T1924/3). 10 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/259 Same as CHAR 20/99C/257. Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/260 Same as CHAR 20/99C/257. 15 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/261 Letter from Brigadier Derek Tulloch (Delhi) [Chief Staff Officer to Brigadier Wingate] to Lorna Wingate informing her there is no doubt that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] has typhoid, but that the doctors are satisfied with him and asking her if she would like to come out and look after him Signed manuscript. 01 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/262 Letter from Brigadier Derek Tulloch (Maiden's Hotel, Delhi) [Chief Staff Officer to Brigadier Wingate] to Lorna Wingate (Place of Tilliefourne, Moneymusk, Aberdeenshire, Scotland) informing her of her huband's condition and stating how hard it is for him there and that they are seen as "lepors" and asking her to come out and look after her husband Signed manuscript. 21 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/263 Same as CHAR 20/99C/243 (T1831/3). 03 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/264-267 Letter from Lorna Wingate (Prisoners' of War Appeal) to CSC informing her that she has received a couple of disturbing letters from Brigadier Derek Tulloch [Chief Staff Officer to Brigadier Wingate] regarding her husband's illness and stating that she believes that he was near to death and is worried that unless he rests that he will have a relapse and informing her that Tulloch has asked her to come to India to look after her husband, but adding that she is three months' pregnant and has been warned by the doctors that she might miscarry and is asking her to see if WSC would write to her husband commanding him to return home for a couple of months to convalesce. Signed manuscript. 05 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/268-270 Typescript copy of CHAR 20/99C/264-267. 05 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/271 Telegram from Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander on the Special Force, India Command] to WSC thanking him for his message and informing him that he will be back to work in a couple of weeks Annotated reply by WSC that he forbids this and that his first duty is to get well (T890/3). 05 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/272 Letter from the Office of the Minister of Defence to WSC enclosing CHAR 20/99C/271Annotated. 07 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/273-274 Letter from WSC to General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] marked "Personal and Secret" and that it is to be shown to Lord Louis Mounbatten [Chief of Combined Forces] stating: that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] is not to return to work until he has had a good rest; that Wingate's wife is expecting a baby in six months time and that she has been warned by the doctors that she might have a miscarriage if she travels and informing him that she has suggested that Wingate returns home to convalesce and is asking him what he thinks about this idea Annotated. 10 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/275 Draft letter from CSC to [Lorne Wingate] stating that WSC has always urged Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] to rest and informing her that she has showm WSC her letter [see CHAR 20/99C/264- 267] and is sure that WSC will act on her suggastion Manuscript. Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/276 Note marked with Mrs Wingate's address Manuscript. Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/277-278 Final draft of CHAR 20/99C/275 Initialled. 11 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/279 Telegram from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to the Secretary to Lord Louis Mountbatten [Chief of Combined Forces] informing him that WSC will be sending a telegram to Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] and that until he receives a reply he is relying on Mountbatten and General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] to ensure that Wingate does not return to work until he has has a good rest. 12 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/280 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him that the Wingate papers have been sent and that a telegram has been despatched to Lord Louis Mountbatten [Chief of Combined Forces] stating that WSC is relying on him to ensure that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] does not return to work before having a good rest. 12 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/281 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that he is sorry that he did not return this until after he had left Initialled manuscript. 13 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/282 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to WSC asking him if he would like to send a telegram to General Sir Claude Auchinleck [Commander in Chief, India] about Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] Initialled. Annotated. 18 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/283 Note to the Private Office asking them to despatch a telegram from WSC to Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] marked "Personal and Most Secret" urging him not to return to work until he is fully fit and suggesting that January will be soon enough to return to duty Annotated. 24 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/284 Note from WSC to Lord Louis Mountbatten [Chief of Combined Forces] stating that he suggests that he sends the attached to Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Forces, India Command] and asking him to send a telegram to his wife Annotated by John Martin stating that Mountbatten has informed him that Wingate is already working. 24 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/285 Same as CHAR 20/99C/283 (T2006/3). 25 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/286 Letter from John Martin (Casey Villa, Cairo, Egypt) [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Brockman [Paymaster Captain] enclosing a copy of CHAR 20/99C/283 and informing him that WSC has asked Lord Louis Mountbatten [Chief of Combined Forces] to send Brigadier Orde Wingate's [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] wife a telegram Initialled. 25 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/287 Letter from R Brockman (South East Asia Command Headquarters) [Paymaster Captain] to John Martin (Casey Villa, Cairo, Egypt) [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] enclosing a message from Lord Louis Mountbatten [Chief of Combined Forces] to Mrs Wingate [see CHAR 20/99C/289] and informing him that Brigadier Orde Wingate [Commander of the Special Force, India Command] is now a Major General Signed. 27 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/288 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to WSC enclosing Lord Louis Mountbatten's [Chief of Combined Forces] message to Mrs Wingate and asking him if he wished to add any comment in telegraphing to CSC Initialled. Annotated. 29 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/289 Telegram from Lord Louis Mountbatten [Chief of Combined Forces] to Mrs Wingate informing her that her husband health is improving and that WSC has sent him a telegram instructing him not to be too hasty in his return to duty. 27 Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/290 Same as CHAR 20/99C/289. Nov 1943
CHAR 20/99C/291 Note marked "Mr Tom Williams" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99C/292 Letter from WSC to Tom Williams [Labour MP for Don Valley, Yorkshire] marked "Personal" stating that he has spoken to Sir Charles Wilson [President of the Royal College of Physicians] who has informed him that he is in good hands and urging him to take off as much time as he deems necessary to recover properly Signed. 17 Oct 1941
CHAR 20/99C/293 Letter from Tom Williams (Cartref, 46 Town Moor Avenue, Doncaster) [Labour MP for Don Valley, Yorkshire] to WSC informing him that the final results may be hesitant and uncertain and assuring him that he will take as much time to recover as necessary Signed. 18 Oct 1941
CHAR 20/99C/294 Letter from C W Buckley (5 The Square, Buxton, Derbyshire) to Sir Charles Wilson [President of the Royal College of Physicians] suggasting that the best place for the patient would be at Buxton Clinic, which specialises in spa treatment or rheumatism investigation and informing him of the terms which Tom Williams [Labour MP for Don Valley, Yorkshire] would get and suggesting that the only other alternative would be at the Devonshire Royal Hospital Signed. 25 Feb 1942
CHAR 20/99C/295 Letter from Sir Charles Wilson (Royal College of Physicians, Pall Mall East, S W 1, London) [President of the Royal College of Physicians] to WSC informing him that he has spoken to the Ministry of Health regarding Tom Williams [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] position and that they have suggested that the institution which would be the most economical and efficient is the Buxton Clinic and asking whether the Labour Party Fund would be able to help towards the expenses which he estimates will be about £65 and stating that as the septic focus has not been located his joint condition will become chronic Signed. 26 Feb 1942
CHAR 20/99C/296 Note from WSC to the Chief Whip, James Stuart, marked "Private" asking him to find out whether or not Tom Williams [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] would be embarrased by having to pay a fee of £5.5.0 a week given that he earns £1500 a year and suggesting that if this is the case then his friends, including himself, would help him out Initialled. 27 Feb 1942
CHAR 20/99C/297 Note from James Stuart [Chief Whip] to WSC informing him that the Minister of Agriculture, Robert Hudson, does not see that Tom Williams [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] will have any difficulty in meeting these financial needs and that he believes that Williams does not wish to leave his post for such a long period and suggesting that he sends a message urging him go ahead with the treatment Signed. Annotated. 03 Mar 1942
CHAR 20/99C/298 Letter from WSC to Tom Williams [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Defence] urging him to commence with the treatment for his arthritis Signed. 06 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99C/299 Letter from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (55 WHitehall, London, S W 1) to Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] informing him that he has had WSC's letter to Tom Williams [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] sent on to him and that he was expecting to commence with his treatment this weekend but that he was unable to leave due to a particularly bad attack Signed. Annotated. 09 Mar 1942
CHAR 20/99C/300 Letter from Tom Williams (Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 55 Whitehall, S W 1, London) [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] to WSC informing him that he has returned to duty after his treatment at the Buxton clinic, stating that it was just in time to prevent permanent deterioration and that he is much improved in health and confidence Signed. 12 May 1942
CHAR 20/99C/301 Letter from Tom Williams (Cartref, Town Moor Avenue, Doncaster, Yorkshire) [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] to WSC informing him that he is taking the advise of Sir Charles Wilson [President of the Royal College of Physicians] and arranging to commence treament at Buxton clinic Signed. Annotated. 12 Mar 1942
CHAR 20/99C/302 Draft telegram from WSC to Tom Williams [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] stating that he is glad Initials in typescript. 13 Mar 1942
CHAR 20/99C/303 Note to WSC informing him that Tom Williams [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] is unwell and that he has been advised to take three months leave and is asking if this is possible without having to ask for his resignation Annotated by WSC that this is possible. 1943
CHAR 20/99C/304 Letter from WSC to Tom Williams [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] urging him to take a rest from his work Signed. 12 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99C/305 Letter from Tom Williams (Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 55 Whitehall, S W 1, London) [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] to WSC asking to see him before making his decision and stating that he has been able to work full time for the last eight months Signed. 14 Jan 1943
CHAR 20/99C/306 Note from Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that Tom Williams [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture] would like to see him and suggesting a meeting for tomorrow Signed manuscript. Annotated. 16 Feb 1943
CHAR 20/99C/307 Note marked "Sir Herbert Williams" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99C/308 Minute from WSC to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Duff Cooper [later Lord Norwich], stating that he would like to know the result of his talk with Herbert Williams Initialled. Annotated that he does not believe that Williams thinks that he has done anything wrong and that he informed them of the names of the others who accepted the individual as genuine (M176/3). 22 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99C/309 Same as CHAR 20/99C/308 (M176/3). 22 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99C/310 Note marked "From W of Warsaw to his wife (Ness) via Mrs Macleod of Brighton" Manuscript. c 1943
CHAR 20/99C/311-312 Letter from Warsaw to his wife Ness via Mrs Macleod (95 Overhill Drive, Withdean, Brighton, Sussex) telling her how much he loves and misses her but that his country is "drowning in blood and tears" and that they need immediate assistance Initialled. 04 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99C/313 Airgraph same as CHAR 20/99C/311-312. 04 Mar 1943
CHAR 20/99C/314 Note from Francis Brown [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that he cannot find any sign to show that a telegram was sent to Lord Winterton this winter, but stating that he remembers discussing the matter of Winterton's house being burnt down Initialled. Annotated. 15 Apr 1943
CHAR 20/99C/315 Note marked "To remind to speak to the Archbishop of York about the Patriarch" Annotated. c 1943
CHAR 20/99C/316 Registry form noting the details of a letter from the Archbishop of York, Reverend Cyril Forster Garbett, to WSC, [see CHAR 20/99C/319] conveying a message from the Patriarch of Alexandria Manuscript. Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/317 Note to WSC suggesting that if he wishes to see the Archbishop of York, Reverend Cyril Forster Garbett, then his return visit to Soviet Union would provide a good excuse to invite him to lunch. 12 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/318 Letter from the Archbishop of York, Reverend Cyril Forster Garbett (Bishopthorpe, York) to Anthony Bevir [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] conveying a message good wishes from the Patriarch of Alexandria to WSC and stating that he also visited the Soviet Union opening up the contacts with the church [Signed. Annotated]. 13 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/320 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Miss Sloan informing her that WSC is asking the Archbishop of York, Reverend Cyril Forster Garbett to lunch and that although Anthony Bevir [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] has a doctor's appointment that day, he could see the Archbishop before lunch Initialled. 17 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/321 Letter from Miss Sloan (Bishopthorpe, York) to Miss Prideaux informing her that the Archbishop of York, Reverend Cyril Forster Garbett, is unable to accept WSC's invitation to lunch as he is recieving a degree at Leeds University, which he has already had to postpone and therefore also regrets that he will not be able to see Anthony Bevir [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] Signed. 19 Oct 1943
CHAR 20/99C/322 Letter from the Archbishop of York, Reverend Cyril Forster Garbett, to Anthony Bevir [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] informing him that he is having lunch with WSC on 3rd November and is asking him if he could see him before lunch Signed. 01 Nov 1943