It was sent to W Marsden of 11 St Mary’s Gate but was returned to the Vicarage in High Wycombe, and the various official stamps tell the story.
It had been sent on August 20 1941 but according to the stamp the building was “Gone No Address” and to confirm the fact there was a hand written message “War Damage of property.”
I have yet to track down William Marsden. I know that in 1911 the address was listed as the Union Bank of Manchester but more than that will need more research.
That said even in wartime the Post Office was more than efficient returning the letter just two days.
Pictures; from the collection of David Harrop