I have a chap who in 1947 was a Chartered Accountant. He was married and presumably on good terms with his wife and 2 sons when he died 29 November 1950. From the National Probate Calendar ir states his residence was Rede-place, Dormans-park, Surrey [where he died] and 22/24 Old Broad Street, London E.C.4 [which I presume was his business location]. From the Electoral Rolls of 1950: His wife is at Grosvenor Hotel, 101 Buckingham Palace Road and He is at #411, Collingwood House, Dolphin Square, London S.W.1. All these places seem to be fairly 'well-to-do' locations after the family wasn't short of a 'bob or 2'. Can I ask for an explanation of what these addresses could signify?