Item 20 - Abbot Egan to Bishop: Arrangements for selling property in Strood; Going to Surrey for 3 weeks treatment

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GB ARCHON 2913 PA02-01-01-20

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Abbot Egan to Bishop: Arrangements for selling property in Strood; Going to Surrey for 3 weeks treatment

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  • 6-2-1925 (Creation)

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1 page; 2 sides; headed; manuscript

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(1925)

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1925: mentioned in letter to Bishop
Abbot from 1909 to 1935)

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Pre 2018 holding: XNP1 Aldeburgh 48

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RCDEAA

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Mr Took is dealing with the sale and will try to ensure that a fair price is obtained for the Sisters. The property is well placed for developers to use as the town in expanding rapidly and houses are going up quickly. Any move to get them canonically established should wait until the financials are settled appropriately. Any risk in moving to Aldeburgh will soon work out as the Sisters are courageous and work hard. Any further letters should be sent to "Metcalf's Hydro, Richmond Hill, Surrey", as the Abbot is have 3 weeks treatment for his aches and pains.

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PA02

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202mm x 252mm

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Draft

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Minimal

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