Archer Windsor-Clive on the Hewell Cricket Ground, September 1907
Archer Windsor-Clive on the Hewell Cricket Ground, September 1907
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Letter from Andrew Alexander Pettigrew to Walburga Ehrengarde Helena Paget, 30th January 1921


Copy made by Andrew Alexander Pettigrew of a letter he sent to Countess Walburga Ehrengarde Helena Paget on the 30th January 1921. Written in pen and ink on six double-sided sheets of paper, the letter is a response to one written in 1917 by Phyllis Windsor-Clive, on behalf of her granmother, asking for reminiscences relating to her grandsons Other Robert Windsor-Clive (died of fever in India in 1908), Archer Windsor-Clive (killed in action during WW1, France, 1914), and Ivor Miles Windsor-Clive. This was to facilitate a memoir that the Countess (their grandmother), was preparing. In response, Andrew Alexander Pettigrew describes reminiscences relating to all three brothers between September 1903 and March 1914