|Includes: Letter from A.E.H.S. for the IWGC Principal Assistant Secretary to Mrs. M. Boyd, mother of the casualty, explaining that the Commission were unable to provide photographs of the grave, but that enquiries could be made with various other organisation to obtain one, dated 21 December 1923; letter from T.J.B. for the Principal Assistant Secretary to Messrs. Mitchell Cotts & Co. stating that Second Lieutenant Boyle was buried in Grave 1 in Jurbise Churchyard, dated 7 March 1924; letter from J.T. Jones, Secretary, The Natal Navigation Collieries and Estate Co. Limited, to the IWGC Finance Department informing the Commission that Boyd’s name was incorrectly spelt on the wooden cross marking his grave, and requesting and providing payment for a personal inscription to be engraved on Second Lieutenant Boyd’s headstone, dated 31 August 1925; handwritten letter from Mrs. Paul Volkaerte to the Air Ministry regarding request to contact the relatives of Second Lieutenant Boyd and to inform them that she had been tending to his grave, dated 2 December 1936; handwritten letter from Mrs. Paul Volkaerte to the IWGC regarding the planned closure of Jurbise Churchyard and enquiring whether Second Lieutenant Boyd’s grave was to be transferred elsewhere, dated 16 October 1956; internal note stating that Second Lieutenant Boyd’s grave was to be transferred to Cement House Cemetery, dated 26 October 1956; letter from J.T. Jones, The Natal Navigation Collieries and Estate Co. Limited, to the IWGC Secretary stating that Leo L. Boyd, nephew of the casualty, should be contacted regarding arrangements for the transfer of Lieutenant Boyd’s grave, dated 15 March 1957.