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Letters from The War Office

The Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service at The Hive in Worcester has in its collection eight telegrams received at Seward House between 1915 and 1917 in connection with Cyril Sladden, sent by the Secretary at the War Office, Whitehall, London.  There is also a letter written in December 1918 by Major Maughan of the War Office, in response to Julius Sladden’s query about the whereabouts of Cyril and the 9th Worcestershire Regiment, now that the armistice had been signed.

At the Imperial War Museum there are letters from the War Office to Mela and Cyril Sladden in 1919 and 1920 regarding their participation in the war.

The National Archives has letters and forms relating to the death of Lieutenant John Cecil Brown Constable.