Assorted documents, Application for relief

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07 Oct 1931

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A file with a cover page headed: Burrows [sic] A. The file contains letters, copies of letters, memorandum and an account relating to a claim for funeral expenses by Mr A Burrow:

Copy of letter, from Secretary, to Mr A Burrows [sic]. Subject: advising that an account for his daughters funeral expenses will be paid out of the Earthquake Relief fund. Dated: 7 October 1931.

Letter, from E P Smyrk (signature indecipherable, may be Smyth), to the Chairman, Napier Relief Office. Subject: lack of response from the committee to an outstanding account from Nicholson and Son for funeral costs for the daughter of Mr A Burrow. Dated: 25 September 1931.

Copy of letter, from Secretary, initials S P S, Tiffen Park House, to Mr A Burrow, Auckland Road, Greenmeadows. Subject: burial expenses claim. The author advises the matter has been taken up with the undertaker and on receipt of a report and its submission to the committee that Mr Burrows will be advised of the decision regarding the claim. Dated: 10 July 1931.

Account, from B G Nicholson & Son, to Mr Burrows [sic], Parke [sic] Island. An account for the interment of the late Miss Burrows [sic] at Parke [sic] Island Cemetery. Dated: 31 March 31 1931.

Memorandum, from A R C, to Mr Spiller. The author asks for an itemised account from Nicholson and suggest he may wish to donate his services. Dated: 6 July 1931.

Letter, from A Burrow, to the Chairman, Napier Relief Committee. A request to the committee, to explain the position of people whose relatives were buried by Napier Police in connection with earthquake fatalities, in regards to an account received for funeral expenses.
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Typed, handwritten and printed in ink on blank, lined and printed paper.
Largest document.: Length x Width: 265 x 210mm
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Post 03 Feb 1931
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