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(Untitled), [Jun] [1913]

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 28/79/2-3

Scope and Contents

Draft letter from Mrs George Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] to the Directors of the Norwich Union Life Assurance Society in which she requests that H J Woodhouse should be appointed as receiver in place of Edward Manistry in respect of an indenture of mortgage between herself and Charles [9th] Duke of Marlborough, [2nd] Lord Tweedmouth [earlier Edward Marjoriebanks] and [4th] Lord Howe [formerly Lord Curzon] and the Norwich Union Life Insurance Society. Covering letter at CHAR 28/79/1. Typescript annotated in the hand of Lady Randolph Churchill.


  • [Jun] [1913]

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