|Includes: Handwritten letter from Mary Bousfield, mother of the casualty, regarding request to receive the wooden cross marking Nurse Bousfield’s, dated 25 May 1920; handwritten letter from Mary Bousfield requesting that Nurse Bousfield’s age be included on the headstone, dated 2 November 1921; handwritten letter from Mary Bousfield enquiring whether ornaments to adorn the Memorial Chapel would be accepted for donation, dated 3 April 1923; letter from the IWGC Principal Assistant Secretary to Mary Bousfield regarding her offer to provide a brass cross for the Chapel in St. Sever Cemetery Extension, dated 16 February 1926; letter from the Secretary, Works Department, to the Enquiries Branch confirming the erection of a Commission headstone, dated 27 March 1926; correspondence regarding Mary Bousfield’s planned visit to the cemetery and request to bring the wooden cross back with her; handwritten letter from Mary Bousfield requesting that the wooden cross be delivered to her home as she was no longer able to visit the grave due to illness, dated 2 October 1926; letter from the IWGC Principal Assistant Secretary informing Mary Bousfield that no decorative ornaments were required for the Memorial Chapel, but a donation covering the costs of two teak seats would be accepted, dated 1 November 1926; correspondence from Mary Bousfield regarding offer to present two seats to the Memorial Chapel and request that brass plaques bearing the name of her daughter be affixed to the back of each seat; correspondence regarding request by Mary Bousfield for the laying of flowers on Nurse Bousfield’s grave on the anniversary of her birth (27 August) and death (24 February), Easter, Remembrance Day, and Christmas; handwritten postcard from Mary Bousfield to the IWGC regarding receipt of the wooden cross, dated 2 January 1927; letter from William G.R. Bousfield, father of Nurse Bousfield, to the IWGC regarding payment for the placing of flowers on the grave of his daughter, dated 5 March 1937; handwritten letter from William G.R. Bousfield to the IWGC Secretary regarding update on the condition of the grave and two teak chairs, dated 2 November 1944; handwritten letter from William G.R. Bousfield regarding request to resume the placement of flowers on Nurse Bousfield’s grave on the same previously specified dates, dated 19 February 1946; further correspondence from William G.R. Bousfield concerning the continued placement of flowers on Nurse Bousfield’s grave, 1948 - 1955; handwritten letter from Mrs. I. Eileen Weigall, sister of Nurse Bousfield, informing the IWGC Secretary of her father’s death, and request for the continued placing of flowers on the grave, dated 23 January 1956; handwritten letter from Mrs. W. Wigglesworth, sister of Nurse Bousfield, informing the IWGC of Mrs. I. Eileen Weigall’s death, and request for the continued placing of flowers on the grave, dated 1 October 1961; letter from A.E.C. Prentis, IWGC Director-General, informing Mrs. Wigglesworth that the funds provided for the placement of flowers on Nurse Bousfield’s grave were exhausted, dated 13 March 1962.
|ST. SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUEN