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Letter from Ken [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur], Richmond House, Millbrook to his dearest Ka [Kathleen de Carteret]. Responds to questions asked in a letter from Kathleen, refers to his lost overcoat having been found, and describes having seen Lady Houston's yacht Liberty. Includes original envelope addressed to Miss de Carteret, South View School, Clevedon, Somerset.

Reference L/C/142/A1/A2/3/16
Date 11 July 1927
Scope and Content Also refers to: Kathleen's colleagues at South View including Bill [Alice Maude Bailey], Arbraces [Miss Waterman], Pitt [Irene Lilian Pittard]; comments about photographs of a recent eclipse; visiting Vale Farm to pick up cousin Lydia followed by Granny [Elvina Carrel, née Vautier] to go into town; remarks about Kathleen's mother [Lydia de Carteret, née Renouf] going to Belmont Road; visiting Waterworks Valley with Berthé, Granny and Miss Le Brocq; taking Granny, his father and Mrs [Louisa Le Sueur, née Messervy] to Gorey and La Hougue Bie; going for a drive to Grève de Lecq with Berthé, Lydia and Robin.
Names Bailey, Alice Maude
Carrel, Elvina, née Vautier
de Carteret, Kathleen
Le Brocq, Miss
Le Sueur, Henry Sydney
Le Sueur, Kenneth Henry
Le Sueur, Louise, née Messervy
Pittard, Irene Lilian
Radmall, Fanny Lucy, Lady Houston
Waterman, Miss
La Hougue Bie
Liberty (Yacht)
South View School, Clevedon
Keywords Coats | Correspondence | eclipses | Letters | Yachts
Category L/C-Personal and estate
Places Belmont Road, First Tower, Gorey, Millbrook, Grève de Lecq, Richmond House, St Lawrence, Vale Farm, St Peter, Waterworks Valley, Clevedon
Dimensions 5 papers
1 Envelope
Language English
Level of description File


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