Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874 - 1965 (Knight, statesman and historian)
- Existence: 1874 - 1965
Found in 4519 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Rev. T Gordon Sharpe, Rector of Ardclinis, Carnlough, County Antrim, to WSC, asking if he was willing to contribute to the Parish's Sustentation Fund and the Sunday School Prize Fund, as Lord Herbert Vane-Tempest had in the past.
Letter from H A Beckenham, Private Secretary to WSC, to Rev. T Gordon Sharpe, asking for information about the amount subscribed to Ardclinis [Carnlough, County Antrim] parish funds by Lord Herbert Vane-Tempest [carbon].
Letter from WSC to Cox & Co., Bankers, London, instructions to pay £12 per year to Rev. T Gordon Sharpe, Rector of Ardclinis [Carnlough, Co. Antrim] [carbon].
Letter from H A Beckenham, Private Secretary to WSC to Rev. T Gordon Sharpe, on WSC's willingness to contribute £10 a year to the Ardclinis Sustentation Fund and £2 to the Sunday School Prize Fund [carbon].
Schedule of Garron Towers securities and transfers received by WSC.
Schedule of personal estate remaining to be transferred to WSC from the Garron Tower estate.
Statement of property passing under the Will of the Late Lady Londonderry to WSC.
Note by Lumley & Lumley, Solicitors, on the background to WSC's inheritance of the Garron Towers Estate.
Inland Revenue - "Account" of property chargeable with Estate Duty on the death of Lord Herbert Vane-Tempest inherited by WSC under the will of his great-grandmother, the Marchioness of Londonderry, known as the Garron Towers Estate.
Letter from WSC to Frederick Foster on account for building work at 2 Sussex Square, London W2 [carbon].
Letter from Bovis Ltd. to WSC, on account for building work at 2 Sussex Square, London W2.
Letter from John Hunt to WSC, recommending the use of half watt lamps instead of arc lights in the studio at 2 Sussex Square, London W2.
Letter from Philip Magor to WSC, on sale of polo pony "Hindoo" for £200, with Veterinary Examination certificate by E. Middleton Percy MRCVS, Wimbledon.
Letter from Bovis Ltd. to WSC, asking for settlement of account for building work at 2 Sussex Square, London W2.
Letter from [Edward Marsh], Private Secretary to WSC to Barker & Co., sending balance of WSC's account for Rolls-Royce Cabriolet [carbon].
Letter from [Edward Marsh], Private Secretary to WSC to Bovis Ltd., sending cheque in partial settlement of account, for building work at 2 Sussex Square [carbon].
Letter from Edward Marsh, Private Secretary to WSC to Donald Macdonald, denying responsibility for car accident in Scotland, as WSC was not the owner or driver of the car in question [carbon].
Account from H A Beckenham, Private Secretary to WSC, for payments made on WSC's behalf on trip to the East, 2 March - 17 Apr 1921, £66 3s [annotated by WSC].
Letter from Thomas Cook & Son, Travel Agents, to WSC, asking for payment of account for tickets supplied, £193 5s 2d.
Note from Sir Archibald Sinclair (later Lord Thurso) to WSC, on accounts for visit to Egypt, and for polo ponies [annotated by WSC].
WSC's Pass Books for Investment Account with Cox & Co., March-Sept 1921, the books contain extensive notes by WSC on his finances, 1921-23, including details of his Childrens' Trust, his South African investments, Chartwell, estimates of his income and expenditure, and expenses and receipts for The World Crisis [2 items].
WSC's Pass Book for Current Account with Cox & Co., Pall Mall, London, Jan 1921 - June 1922.
Letter from WSC to Charles Sims, commenting unfavourably on Sims' portrait of Diana and Sarah Churchill, particularly the expressions on the faces of the children [2 carbon copies].
Note on WSC's military service and his qualification for the Territorial Decoration [carbon].
Letter from WSC to Lt-Colonel E D Miller, on his decision not to play any further polo that year for health reasons, and asking for his ponies to be sent to Sir Archibald Sinclair (later Lord Thurso), who would keep and play them for the rest of the season [carbon].