Jack Adam, Papers, Letters to Gert after Jack's death

Object Title

Jack Adam, Papers, Letters to Gert after Jack's death

Jack Adam, Papers, Letters to Gert after Jack's death

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ADAM A4

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Series

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35 documents

Contents

  ADAM A4 - Jack Adam, Papers, Letters to Gert after Jack's death
ADAM A4/1 - Post Office Telegram notifying Mrs Gert Adam that her husband Jack Adam had been reported missing on 25 July 1918
ADAM A4/2 - Letter to Mrs Gert Adam from the War Office stating that no further information has been received about Jack Adam since he was first reported missing
ADAM A4/3 - Autograph letter to Mrs Gert Adam from A.J. Bick, 3rd Con Depot, British Expeditionary Force, regarding the action in which Jack Adam was presumed killed
ADAM A4/4 - Autograph letter to Mrs Gert Adam from A.J. Bick, 3rd Con Depot, British Expeditionary Force, relating to the death of Jack Adam, his will and his personal effects
ADAM A4/5 - Autograph letter to Mrs Gert Adams from A.J. Bick relating to the circumstances of Jack Adams death
ADAM A4/6 - Autograph letter to Mrs Gert Adams from Howard James, Chaplain, 8th London Regiment, relating to Jack Adams' death
ADAM A4/7 - Autograph letter to Mrs Gert Adam from Colonel Whitehead (?), officer commanding 8th London Regment, relating to the death of Jack Adam
ADAM A4/8 - Collection of letters from soldiers in the 8th London Regiment relating to the death of Jack Adam
ADAM A4/9 - Autograph letter to the Orderly Room Sergeant, 8th Battalion London Regiment from C.S.M. Wm.S. Brown, Orderly Room Sergeant, 9th Battalion, asking for the names of men who took park in the action in which Jack Adam was killed
ADAM A4/10 - Autograph letter to C.S.M. Brown, Orderly Room Sergeant, 9th Battalion, London Regiment, from A. Rutledge, on behalf of the Orderly Room Sergeant, 8th Battalion, relating to enquiries regarding the death of Jack Adam
ADAM A4/11 - Autograph letter to Mrs Gert Adam from Wm.J. Brown enclosing letters from soldiers of the 8th London Regiment relating to the death of Jack Adam
ADAM A4/12 - Autograph letter to the Secretary, Queen Victoria Jubilee Association, asking for further information about Jack Adam who was missing
ADAM A4/13 - Post card addressed to Gert Adam from the British Red Cross and Order of St. John informing her that C.S.M. J.G.S. Adam, 8th Londons, had been placed on the Searchers' List
ADAM A4/14 - Card sent to Mrs Gert Adam from the British Section of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva informing her that the name of Jack Adam has not yet appeared on the lists of prisoners received from Germany
ADAM A4/15 - Letter to Mrs Gert Adam from the British Red Cross and Order of St John, advising her to contact various Sergeants C. Heather and McKenzie regarding informaiton relating to Jack Adam
ADAM A4/16 - Letter to Mrs Gert Adam from the British Red Cross and Order of St John, containing a report from 2nd Lieutenant Orchard relating to the death of Jack Adam
ADAM A4/17 - Letter to Mrs Gert Adam from the British Red Cross and Order of St John, containing a brief report from Private P. MacPhail who saw Jack Adam lying wounded on the night he was killed
ADAM A4/18 - Envelope address to Mrs Gert Adam from the Central Prisoners of War Committee of the British Red Cross and Order of St John
ADAM A4/19 - Letter to Mrs Gert Adam from the British Red Cross and Order of St John, regarding their attempts to discover what happened to Jack Adam
ADAM A4/20 - Westminster Training College, Victory Bulletin, No. 55, March 25th 1919, Vol. V No. 3, containing an obituary to C.S.M. Jack Gill Simpson Adam
ADAM A4/21 - Notice of the great meeting to be held in Wesleyan Central Hall, Westminster, on 12 February 1920, in honour of the 'Old Westminsterians' that died during the war
ADAM A4/22 - Letter accompanying the notice of the great meeting to be held in Wesleyan Central Hall, Westminster, on 12 February 1920
ADAM A4/23 - Letter from the Wesleyan Training College advising relatives that the great meeting to be held in Wesleyan Central Hall, Westminster, on 12 February 1920, will be in honour of the 'Old Westminsterians' that died during the war
ADAM A4/24 - Westminster College, Record of Service in the Great War, 1914-1919
ADAM A4/25 - Letter from London County Council advising relatives that the ceremonial unveiling of the war memorial in County Hall by Admiral of the Fleet the Rt. Hon. The Earl Beatty will be held on Friday 17 October 1924
ADAM A4/26 - Envelope address to Mrs Gert Adam from the Pensions Issue Office, Widows and Dependents Division, London
ADAM A4/27 - Pamphlet entitled 'Soldiers' Pensions 1918'
ADAM A4/28 - Autograph letter to Mrs Gert Adam from Andrew Tyler, Head Master at a school in Chequer Road, Doncaster, relating to the education of her son
ADAM A4/29 - War Office Memo to Mrs Gert Adam from the War Office stating that the accounts of C.S.M. J.G.S. Adam, 8th (City of London) Battalion the London Regiment have not yet been settled, and promising to inform her as soon as any amount due is known
ADAM A4/30 - War Office Form declaring that No. 388027 Company Sergeant Major John Gill Simpson Adams, 8th (City of London) Battalion, the London Regiment went missing on the twenty fifth day of July 1918
ADAM A4/31 - War Office Memo explaining the procedures for ascertaining whether 'Missing Officers and Men' are Prisoners of War
ADAM A4/32 - Letter from the Imperial War Graves Commission, London, notifying relatives of the change of location of the memorial from St. Quentin to Pozieres Brtiish Cemetery, Ovillers-la-Boisselle, undated
ADAM A4/33 - Obituary to Jack Adam relating to his years as a teacher and his work with children written by J.J.G. Cooke
ADAM A4/34 - Obituary to Jack Adam relating to his years as a soldier written by Wm.S. Brown, former Colour Sergeant, 9th Battalion, London Regiment
ADAM A4/35 - Newspaper clipping relating to the death of Jack's father, William Adam, no date