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CHAR 28/124 Acquired Papers. Correspondence and papers covering Lady Randolph Churchill's finances and legal affairs.

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CHAR 28/124/1

Statement of the accounts of Nicholl Manistry and Company appointed as receivers under the terms of an indenture of mortgage between Lady Randolph Churchill and Charles [9th] Duke of Marlborough, [2nd] Lord Tweedmouth [earlier Edward Marjoriebanks] and [4th] Lord Howe [formerly Lord Curzon], Sir Francis Manningham Boileau, Henry Birkbeck and Charles Bignold and the Norwich Union Life Insurance Society including details of receipts and payments. Manuscript.

1 [1],13 p
01 Mar 1914 - 28 Feb 1915
CHAR 28/124/2

Statement of the accounts of Nicholl Manistry and Company appointed as receivers under the terms of an indenture of mortgage between Lady Randolph Churchill and Charles [9th] Duke of Marlborough, [2nd] Lord Tweedmouth [earlier Edward Marjoriebanks] and [4th] Lord Howe [formerly Lord Curzon], Sir Francis Manningham Boileau, Henry Birkbeck and Charles Bignold and the Norwich Union Life Insurance Society including details of receipts and payments. Manuscript.

1 [1],11p
01 Mar 1915 - 29 Feb 1916
CHAR 28/124/3

Statement of the accounts of Nicholl Manistry and Company appointed as receivers under the terms of an indenture of mortgage between Lady Randolph Churchill and Charles [9th] Duke of Marlborough, [2nd] Lord Tweedmouth [earlier Edward Marjoriebanks] and [4th] Lord Howe [formerly Lord Curzon], Sir Francis Manningham Boileau, Henry Birkbeck and Charles Bignold and the Norwich Union Life Insurance Society including details of receipts and payments. Covering letter at CHAR 28/124/4. Manuscript.

1 [1],12p
01 Mar 1918 - 28 Feb 1919
CHAR 28/124/4

Letter from Nicholl Manistry and Company (1 Howard Street, Strand, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill enclosing accounts from Mr Manistry [see CHAR 28/124/3] and explaining why there will be no payment from the account.

1 folio
15 Apr 1920
CHAR 28/124/5

Statement of the accounts of Nicholl Manistry and Company appointed as receivers under the terms of an indenture of mortgage between Lady Randolph Churchill and Charles [9th] Duke of Marlborough, [2nd] Lord Tweedmouth [earlier Edward Marjoriebanks] and [4th] Lord Howe [formerly Lord Curzon], Sir Francis Manningham Boileau, Henry Birkbeck and Charles Bignold and the Norwich Union Life Insurance Society including details of receipts and payments. Manuscript.

1 [1],13p
01 Mar 1919 - 28 Feb 1920
CHAR 28/124/6

Statement of Lady Randolph Churchill's account with H J S Woodhouse including details of receipts and payments. Typescript.

1 folio
14 Jan 1916 - 01 Nov 1917
CHAR 28/124/7

Statement of Lady Randolph Churchill's account with H J S Woodhouse including details of receipts and payments. Typescript.

1 folio
Jan 1918 - Mar 1921
CHAR 28/124/8-10

Statement of charges on Lady Randolph Churchill's account with H J S Woodhouse including fees for transactions on her properties at 16 Berkeley Square [London] and 8 Westbourne Street [London]. Manuscript.

3 folios
Mar 1921
CHAR 28/124/11

Filing slip.

1 folio
[1921]
CHAR 28/124/12

Public Record Office certified copy of the deed poll in which Lady Randolph Churchill renounced her claim to the surname Cornwallis West and reverted to using Lady Randolph Churchill.

1 4p
1914
CHAR 28/124/13

Extract from the Registry of the Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice certifying the dissolution of the marriage between Lady Randolph Churchill and George Cornwallis West on grounds of adultery and desertion on the part of the latter.

1 folio
06 Apr 1914