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CHAR 1/367 Personal: Trusteeship of Mary Pearman: Correspondence.

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CHAR 1/367/1-2

Will of Violet Pearman, leaving her estate in trust to her daughters, Marguerite and Rosemary [copy].

22 Nov 1938
CHAR 1/367/3

Letter from Rev. E A Graham (The Vicarage, Edenbridge, Kent) to WSC, on the death of Violet Pearman, and the future of her daughters, Marguerite (aged 21) and Rosemary (aged 11).

18 Mar 1941
CHAR 1/367/4

Letter from CSC (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Rev. E A Graham (The Vicarage, Edenbridge, Kent) on the death of Violet Pearman, and the future of her daughters, Marguerite and Rosemary, stating that WSC was very interested in the future of the girls [carbon].

20 Mar 1941
CHAR 1/367/5-6

Letter from Nicholl, Manisty &Co. (Solicitors, Howard St., London WC2) to CSC, enclosing copy of letter from Lloyds Bank (the executors of Violet Pearman's will) on the maintenance of Marguerite and Rosemary Pearman.

02 Apr 1941
CHAR 1/367/7

Letter from Kathleen Hill to Maryott Whyte, on the possibility of Rosemary Pearman entering Christ's Hospital.

04 Apr 1941
CHAR 1/367/8

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson to Kathleen Hill, on the possibility of Rosemary Pearman entering Christ's Hospital, regretting that as she had not taken French, Algebra or Geometry she would not be of the standard required, stating that he had asked Rosemary's present Headmistress about the feasibility of getting her up to the standard by June.

29 Mar 1941
CHAR 1/367/9

Letter from G Allan (Clerk to Governors, Christ's Hospital, Horsham, Sussex) to Group-Captain C T Anderson, on Rosemary Pearman's eligibility for entry to the school, regretting that she was probably not up to the standard of the entrance examination, stating that he was willing to obtain the necessary nomination for her, but only if she stood stood some chance of success.

28 Mar 1941
CHAR 1/367/10

Letter from H L O Fletcher, (Headmaster, Christ's Hospital, Horsham, Sussex), regretting that Rosemary Pearman was too old for a presentation to the school, and that her only means of entry would be by the competitive entrance examination, stating that if she was "reasonably intelligent" she could be coached up to the standard.

28 Mar 1941
CHAR 1/367/11

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Aircraft Production, Millbank, London SW1) to Kathleen Hill, notification that he had forwarded nomination papers in respect of Rosemary Pearman to Christ's Hospital, hoping that she would be able to pass the entrance examination.

02 Apr 1941
CHAR 1/367/12

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Aircraft Production, Millbank, London SW1) to Kathleen Hill, forwarding letter from N R Purchase.

06 Apr 1941
CHAR 1/367/13

Letter from N R Purchase (Edenbridge Motor Co., Edenbridge, Kent) to Group Captain C T Anderson, on the education of Rosemary Pearman, regretting that her present education would not be enough to get her through the Christ's Hospital examination.

04 Apr 1941
CHAR 1/367/14

Note from Kathleen Hill to WSC, on cheque for £12, for Violet Pearman's salary for 4 weeks, which would be paid to an account for her elder daughter, Marguerite.

06 Apr 1941
CHAR 1/367/15

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Aircraft Production, Millbank, London SW1) to Kathleen Hill, on suggestion that Rosemary Pearman should go to The Rectory at Worksop, for coaching for the Christ's Hospital examination.

10 Apr 1941
CHAR 1/367/16

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank, Edenbridge, Kent, sending cheque for £12 to be credited to Marguerite Pearman's account [carbon].

14 Apr 1941
CHAR 1/367/17

Letter from Edward Roberts, Manager, Lloyds Bank, Edenbridge, Kent, acknowledging receipt of her letter of 14 Apr.

17 Apr 1941
CHAR 1/367/18

Note by Kathleen Hill, that Mr and Mrs Williams of Carlton Rectory were willing to coach Rosemary Pearman for the Christ's Hospital exam, for c. £1 10s per week.

[Apr 1941]
CHAR 1/367/19

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Chartwell), stating that Rosemary Pearman's nomination to Christ's Hospital had been accepted, hoping that she would pass the examination [carbon].

[May 1941]
CHAR 1/367/20

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Chartwell), on Rosemary Pearman's application to Christ's Hospital [carbon].

07 May 1941
CHAR 1/367/21

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Nicholl, Manisty &Co., sending letter from Lloyds Bank on Violet Pearman's affairs [carbon].

12 May 1941
CHAR 1/367/22

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Edenbridge, sending cheque for £12, monthly allowance from WSC to be credited to the executors of Violet Pearman, asking the Bank to pay Rosemary Pearman's school fees of £1 12s a month [carbon].

12 May 1941
CHAR 1/367/23

Note from Kathleen Hill to CSC, asking whether WSC wished to pay £100 to the executors of Violet Pearman, noting that Brendan Bracken had offered to pay Rosemary Pearman's school fees if she failed to get into Christ's Hospital annotated by CSC "Mrs Hill, Yes, £100.

12 May 1941
CHAR 1/367/24

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Edenbridge, to Kathleen Hill, acknowledging receipt of WSC's cheque for £12, monthly allowance to be credited to the executors of Violet Pearman.

14 May 1941
CHAR 1/367/25

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Aircraft Production, Millbank, London SW1) to Kathleen Hill, sending past examination papers for Christ's Hospital.

13 May 1941
CHAR 1/367/26

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) sending cheque for £100, a gift from WSC to the two Pearman children, particularly the younger one, Rosemary [carbon].

20 May 1941
CHAR 1/367/27-28

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) acknowledging receipt of cheque for £100, a gift from WSC to the two Pearman children, particularly the younger one, Rosemary, also on the sale of Mrs Pearman's bungalow, "Sleepy Hollow", Edenbridge, Kent, stating that they had received an offer of £500 for the property, but that they proposed to put the bungalow up for auction, where they would get a better price.

21 May 1941
CHAR 1/367/29

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), notification that they had put Mrs Pearman's bungalow, "Sleepy Hollow", Edenbridge, Kent, up for public auction.

04 Jun 1941
CHAR 1/367/30

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Aircraft Production, Millbank, London SW1) to Kathleen Hill, sending letter from Christ's Hospital on Rosemary Pearman.

17 Jun 1941
CHAR 1/367/31

Letter from G Allan, Clerk, Christ's Hospital, Horsham to Group Captain C T Anderson, confirming that entrance examination papers had been sent to Rosemary Pearman.

16 Jun 1941
CHAR 1/367/32

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Aircraft Production, Millbank, London SW1) to Kathleen Hill, sending papers giving am idea of the work her was carrying out.

19 Jun 1941
CHAR 1/367/33

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Aircraft Production, Millbank, London SW1) to Kathleen Hill, sending report on visit to HQ, No.3 Bomber Group [not attached].

20 Jun 1941
CHAR 1/367/34

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Chartwell), on Rosemary Pearman's chances of success in the Christ's Hospital entrance examination, and the sale of Violet Pearman's bungalow in Edenbridge, also explaining that the Private Office were forced to refuse all requests for WSC's cigars and hats for auction, however worthy the cause, as they would otherwise be inundated with applications [carbon].

23 Jun 1941
CHAR 1/367/35

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Aircraft Production, Millbank, London SW1) to Kathleen Hill, regretting that Rosemary Pearman had failed the Christ's Hospital entrance examination, confirming that he and his wife would make all arrangements for her future.

25 Jun 1941
CHAR 1/367/36

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Aircraft Production, Millbank, London SW1), regretting that Rosemary Pearman had failed the Christ's Hospital entrance examination, asking if she was entitled to another attempt, and on the possibility of applying to the Royal Masonic Institution for Girls [carbon].

26 Jun 1941
CHAR 1/367/37

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Davies Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham) to Kathleen Hill, (10 Downing St, London SW1), on Rosemary Pearman's happiness with Mrs and Mrs Williams at Carlton Rectory, Notts., and stating that he felt it would be best for her to remain there for 3 or four years, and that he and his wife would be happy to look after her in the school holidays.

01 Jul 1941
CHAR 1/367/38

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), notification that Violet Pearman's bungalow, "Sleepy Hollow", Edenbridge, hed been sold at auction for £560.

01 Jul 1941
CHAR 1/367/39-40

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (R.A.F. Club, Piccadilly, London W1) to Kathleen Hill, news that he and his wife would be looking after Rosemary Pearman during August.

08 Jul 1941
CHAR 1/367/41

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Supply, Shell-Mex House, Strand, London) to Kathleen Hill, giving details of his new post, working with Lord Beaverbrook.

12 Jul 1941
CHAR 1/367/42-43

Letter from Maurice Beachcroft, Secretary, The Royal Masonic Institution for Girls (Rickmansworth Park, Herts) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St, London SW1) on the possible admission of Rosemary Pearman, stating that although Mrs Hill had served a stewardship for the Institution, this did not qualify her to make a presentation, and that there was an upper age limit of 10 years for admission to the school, but that RP may be eligible for a grant for out-education and maintenance, depending on the details of her father's membership in the Craft.

14 Jul 1941
CHAR 1/367/44

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (R.A.F. Club, Piccadilly, London W1) to Kathleen Hill, on Rosemary Pearman's stay with his family during August.

18 Jul 1941
CHAR 1/367/45

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Ministry of Supply, Shell-Mex House, Strand, London) to Kathleen Hill, stating that he and his wife were delighted with Rosemary Pearman, and that they would be only too pleased to offer her a permanent home.

[Aug 1941]
CHAR 1/367/46-47

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (Davies Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham) to Kathleen Hill, (10 Downing St, London SW1), with photograph of Rosemary Pearman with his daughter Margaret.

27 Sep 1941
CHAR 1/367/48-49

Letter from Henry Osbourn, Nicholl, Manisty &Co., (Solicitors, Howard St., London WC2) to Kathleen Hill, on the estate of Violet Pearman, which had been wound up, leaving £450 in 3% Defence Bonds and £41 3s 1d in cash, enough to be able to make payments to Rosemary Pearman for "some time".

02 Dec 1941
CHAR 1/367/50

Letter from Group Captain C T Anderson (HQ, Flying Training Command, R.A.F., Shinfield Park, Reading) to Kathleen Hill, on enjoyment of "outing to see play by Noel Coward.

08 Dec 1941
CHAR 1/367/51

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Group Captain C T Anderson, on Rosemary Pearman [carbon].

18 Dec 1941
CHAR 1/367/52-53

Letter from Henry Osbourn, Nicholl, Manisty &Co., (Solicitors, Howard St., London WC2) to Kathleen Hill, on the estate of Violet Pearman, enclosing statement from Lloyds Bank showing the position of the Executorship Account.

13 Apr 1942
CHAR 1/367/54

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte, sending details of Violet Pearman's estate, also sending leaflet on the "Rat Destruction Campaign", asking if a rat-catcher was needed at Chartwell [carbon].

14 Apr 1942
CHAR 1/367/55

Letter from Dr Charles Potts (Langold, Worksop, Notts) to Kathleen Hill, sending account for treatment of Rosemary Pearman's throat.

01 Sep 1942
CHAR 1/367/56-58

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey), sending account from Dr Charles Potts, for £1 1s, for the treatment of Rosemary Pearman's throat [carbon].

16 Sep 1942
CHAR 1/367/59

Letter from Lloyds Bank Limited, Executor and Trustee Department, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing Street, London SW1), confirming receipt of her letter of 16 September, and payment of Dr Potts's account for treatment of Rosemary Pearman.

17 Sep 1942
CHAR 1/367/60

Letter from Kathleen Hill to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) on education of Rosemary (now christened Mary) Pearman [carbon].

25 Mar 1943
CHAR 1/367/61-64

Letter from Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell) to Kathleen Hill, on the education of Mary Pearman, hoping that she would be able to go Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Mansfield, as a weekly boarder [manuscript, with typescript copy].

[Mar 1943]
CHAR 1/367/65-66

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), regretting that the funds in the Pearman estate would not allow Mary Pearman to attend Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Mansfield, as a weekly boarder, with statement from Lloyds Bank showing the position of the Executorship Account.

29 Mar 1943
CHAR 1/367/67-68

Note from Kathleen Hill to WSC, on the education of Mary Pearman, regretting that the funds in the Pearman estate would not allow Mary Pearman to attend Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Mansfield, as a weekly boarder, asking if he wished to do anything at this stage.

03 Apr 1943
CHAR 1/367/69

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), stating that the Bank would be prepared to pay school fees for Mary Pearman to attend Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Mansfield, as a weekly boarder, or another suitable school, and to make a contribution of 10s - 15s per week towards her maintenance in the school holidays.

08 Apr 1943
CHAR 1/367/70-71

Letter from Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) on the education of Mary Pearman.

16 Apr 1943
CHAR 1/367/72-73

Letter from Rev Melville Williams to Maryott Whyte, on the education of Mary Pearman, stating that although she should pass the entrance examination for Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Mansfield, she was not certain to pass the School Certificate, suggesting that she undertake agricultural training, as the School Certificate was not necessary, and that if she was to go to an ordinary school, St Michael's Limpsfield, Surrey was preferable to Mansfield [incomplete typescript copy].

12 Apr 1943
CHAR 1/367/74

Application form from Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Mansfield, in name of Mary Pearman [incomplete].

[1943]
CHAR 1/367/75

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte, (Chartwell), on the education of Mary Pearman, stating that she was obtaining details of Ministry of Agriculture Junior Scholarships [carbon].

18 Apr 1943
CHAR 1/367/76

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey), on the education of Mary Pearman [carbon].

18 Apr 1943
CHAR 1/367/77

Press cutting giving details of Ministry of Agriculture Junior Scholarships.

[1943]
CHAR 1/367/78

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to The Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, asking for details of Ministry of Agriculture Junior Scholarships on behalf of Mary Pearman [carbon].

18 Apr 1943
CHAR 1/367/79

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell), on the education of Mary Pearman, stating that the Trustees were keen for her remain at school, recommending a year at St Michael's, Limpsfield, and reviewing the position when she was fifteen [carbon].

21 Apr 1943
CHAR 1/367/80

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell), sending details of Agricultural Scholarships, pointing out that Mary Pearman would not be eligible to apply for two years [carbon].

25 Apr 1943
CHAR 1/367/81

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), on the education of Mary Pearman, regretting that the fees at St Michael's, Limpsfield at over £100 a year, were considerably more than the Trust could afford.

05 May 1943
CHAR 1/367/82

Prospectus for St Michael's School, Limpsfield.

[1943]
CHAR 1/367/83

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell), on the education of Mary Pearman.

15 May 1943
CHAR 1/367/84-85

Letter from Gabbitas, Thring &Co. Ltd., (Broughton House, Sackville St., London W1) to Kathleen Hill, listing suitable schools for Mary Pearman within easy travelling distance of Westerham.

10 May 1943
CHAR 1/367/86

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell), on the education of Mary Pearman, suggesting contacting St Michael's School, Limpsfield, asking if fees could be reduced as the child was an orphan [carbon].

27 May 1943
CHAR 1/367/87

Letter from Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) on the education of Mary Pearman.

31 May 1943
CHAR 1/367/88

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), on the education of Mary Pearman, sending copy of correspondence with St Michael's School, Limpsfield on fees.

02 Jun 1943
CHAR 1/367/89

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to St Michael's School, Limpsfield, on Mary Pearman, asking if they would be wiling to take her at £24 per term.

28 May 1943
CHAR 1/367/90

Letter from St Michael's School, Limpsfield, to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) on Mary Pearman, regretting that the school was not able to reduce the fees in her case, the only possibility would be a Bursary of £10 a year [carbon].

31 May 1943
CHAR 1/367/91

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell), sending details of Fosse Bank School, Tonbridge, suggesting that she visit it to see if it would be suitable for Mary Pearman [carbon].

04 Jun 1943
CHAR 1/367/92

Letter from Gabbitas, Thring &Co. Ltd., (Broughton House, Sackville St., London W1) to Kathleen Hill, asking if they could be of any further help in finding a school for Mary Pearman.

18 Jun 1943
CHAR 1/367/93-94

Letter from Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) on the education of Mary Pearman, reporting on visit to Fosse Bank School, Tonbridge, which was very suitable, except for the "extreme youth" of some of the staff.

18 Jun [1943]
CHAR 1/367/95

Letter from Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) on Bourne Hall School, which was not suitable for Mary Pearman.

10 Jul [1943]
CHAR 1/367/96

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell), on the education of Mary Pearman, regretting that Bourne Hall was not suitable, asking if she would be willing to inspect Wadhurst College [carbon].

12 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/97

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell), on her forthcoming visit to Wadhurst College [carbon].

15 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/98

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey), on the education of Mary Pearman, recommending that Mary Pearman attend Wadhurst College, Tunbridge Wells from Sept 1943, asking the Bank to discuss the fees with the Principal [carbon].

19 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/99

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), on the education of Mary Pearman, regretting that the fees at Wadhurst College (105 gns a year) were too high.

21 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/100-101

Note from Kathleen Hill to CSC, on gift from WSC to Mary Pearman, and his desire that she should be admitted to Wadhurst College.

22 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/102

Clothes list from Wadhurst College, Tunbridge Wells, Kent [printed].

[1943]
CHAR 1/367/103

Letter from Grace Hamblin (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell), sending cheque for £10 from CSC for Mary Pearman's holiday expenses [carbon].

23 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/104

Note from CSC to Kathleen Hill, sending cheque for £40 to be paid into Violet Pearman's estate, confirming that she had sent Maryott Whyte a cheque for £10 from CSC for Mary Pearman's holiday expenses.

23 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/105

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey), on gift of £50 from WSC to Violet Pearman's estate, hoping that this would make it possible for Violet Pearman to attend Wadhurst College [carbon].

27 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/106

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), acknowledging receipt of letter and cheque of 27 July.

29 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/107

Note from Kathleen Hill to WSC, stating that it would cost him about £5 to £6 a year if he paid £100 a year towards Mary Pearman's education, though the figure would rise if the tax rate or his income fell, also stating that the Chairman of the Governors of Wadhurst College, Sir Cyril Norwood, had agreed to admit Mary Pearman at the greatly reduced rate of £25 per term annotated by WSC "Set it in train".

31 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/108

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), on the education of Mary Pearman, confirming that that the Chairman of the Governors of Wadhurst College, Sir Cyril Norwood, had agreed to admit Mary Pearman at the greatly reduced rate of £25 per term.

03 Aug 1943
CHAR 1/367/109

Letter from M M Gowdie, Principal, Wadhurst College (Tunbridge Wells, Kent) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) confirming that that the Chairman of the Governors, Sir Cyril Norwood, had agreed to admit Mary Pearman at the greatly reduced rate of £25 per term [typescript copy].

31 Jul 1943
CHAR 1/367/110

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to M M Gowdie, Principal, Wadhurst College (Tunbridge Wells, Kent), acknowledging receipt of letter of 31 July, confirming that they had no doubt that Mary Pearman would be going to the College in September carbon.

03 Aug 1943
CHAR 1/367/111

Note from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell), on Wadhurst College's decision to admit Mary Pearman at a greatly reduced fee.

06 Aug 1943
CHAR 1/367/112-113

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to H C Osborne, Nicholl, Manisty, Few &Co., Solicitors, instruction to set up Deed of Covenant, paying £100 a year for seven years to the estate of Violet Pearman, for the education of Mary Pearman [2 carbon copies].

12 Aug 1943
CHAR 1/367/114

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey), on arrangements for Mary Pearman to attend Wadhurst College [carbon].

12 Aug 1943
CHAR 1/367/115

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), on the education of Mary Pearman.

14 Aug 1943
CHAR 1/367/116

Letter from Nicholl, Manisty, Few &Co. (Solicitors, Howard St., London WC2) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) on Deed of Covenant, paying £100 a year for seven years to the estate of Violet Pearman, for the education of Mary Pearman.

16 Aug 1943
CHAR 1/367/117

Letter from Gabbitas, Thring &Co. Ltd., (Broughton House, Sackville St., London W1) to Kathleen Hill, (10 Downing St, London SW1), pleasure that a suitable school (Wadhurst College) had been found for Mary Pearman.

17 Aug 1943
CHAR 1/367/118-119

Letter from Henry Osborne, Nicholl, Manisty, Few &Co. (Solicitors, Howard St., London WC2) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) on Deed of Covenant, paying £100 a year for seven years to the estate of Violet Pearman, for the education of Mary Pearman, particularly the possibility of Mary Pearman marrying, or becoming self- supporting during the term of the covenant.

07 Sep 1943
CHAR 1/367/120

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to H C Osborne, Nicholl, Manisty, Few &Co., Solicitors, acknowledging receipt of letter of 7 Sept [carbon].

10 Sep 1943
CHAR 1/367/121

Note from Kathleen Hill to WSC, asking for instructions regarding Deed of Covenant in favour of Mary Pearman.

10 Sep 1943
CHAR 1/367/122

Letter from Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) on the education of Mary Pearman, suggesting that the Trustees insure her against becoming ill.

[Sep 1943]
CHAR 1/367/123

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey), sending Mary Pearman's School Bill of £25, and sending particulars of the school's health insurance scheme [carbon].

17 Sep 1943
CHAR 1/367/124

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), confirming that they had paid Mary Pearman's School fees, and that they would be willing to pay for the school's health insurance.

21 Sep 1943
CHAR 1/367/125

Letter from Kathleen Hill to H C Osborne, Nicholl, Manisty, Few &Co., Solicitors, confirming that WSC wished Deed of Covenant for Mary Pearman to be contingent upon his life, and that the money was to be available for her education, maintenance or other expenditure, and would not cease at her marriage [carbon].

04 Oct 1943
CHAR 1/367/126

Note from Maryott Whyte to Grace Hamblin, on account from Daniel Neal &Sons for school clothing for Mary Pearman.

[1943]
CHAR 1/367/127

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey), sending account from Daniel Neal &Sons for school clothing for Mary Pearman and asking them to pay Maryott Whyte for Mary's board during the summer holidays [carbon].

19 Oct 1943
CHAR 1/367/128

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), acknowledging receipt of letter of 19 Oct.

22 Oct 1943
CHAR 1/367/129

Letter from Maryott Whyte (Stable Cottage, Chartwell) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) on suggestion that Mary Pearman should give up Latin, leaving more time for other subjects.

[Jun 1944]
CHAR 1/367/130

Letter from Margaret M Gowdie (Wadhurst College, Tunbridge Wells, Kent) to Maryott Whyte on the education of Mary Pearman, whose standard of work was well below the rest of her class, suggesting that she should give up Latin, leaving more time for other subjects [copy].

05 Jun 1944
CHAR 1/367/131

Letter from Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1) to Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey), on the education of Mary Pearman, particularly her lack of progress, asking if she should give up Latin, leaving more time for other subjects [carbon].

16 Jun 1944
CHAR 1/367/132

Letter from Lloyds Bank Ltd, Executor &Trustee Dept, (Ewhurst, Surrey) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), on the education of Mary Pearman, particularly her lack of progress, agreeing that she should drop Latin, to leave more time for other subjects.

19 Jun 1944
CHAR 1/367/133

Letter from Henry Osborne, Nicholl, Manisty, Few &Co. (Solicitors, Howard St., London WC2) to Kathleen Hill (10 Downing St., London SW1), confirming that they had obtained copy of Mary Pearman's birth certificate.

13 Apr 1945