|Includes: Handwritten letter from Mrs. Mabel Annie Neville, widow of the casualty, to the IWGC enquiring whether Private Neville was entitled to a Commission headstone, dated 6 May 1930; letter from P.L., for the IWGC Principal Assistant Secretary, stating that the Commission would erect a headstone over the grave of Private Neville, dated 12 May 1930; handwritten letter from Mrs. M.A. Neville to the IWGC enquiring when the Commission planned to erect a headstone over Private Neville’s grave, dated 7 March 1931; handwritten letter from Mrs. M.A. Neville to the IWGC regarding further enquiry about when a headstone would be erected over Private Neville’s grave, dated 29 January 1932; letter from B.S.C.G., IWGC Secretary, to Mrs. M.A. Neville reporting that the headstone was despatched to the cemetery authorities who would arrange for its erection, dated 3 February 1932; letter from N. Dean, IWGC Secretary, to Mrs. M.A. Neville regarding the proposed closure of Leeds General Cemetery by the University of Leeds and decision to commemorate Private Neville and other soldiers buried in the cemetery on a Screen Wall within the war graves plot, dated 30 April 1959; handwritten letter from Mrs. M.A. Neville to the IWGC requesting that Private Neville’s headstone be moved to the Garden of Rest in Leeds (Lawns Wood) Cemetery, dated 8 May 1959.
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